'Connected', a ground-breaking programme on RTÉ 2, will attempt to put the real into reality TV this autumn. Conor Pope talks to series producer Rónán Ó Muirthile.
Lilly Higgins’s new food column shows you how to make a quick, delicious Friday-night meal with just five ingredients (and a couple from the store cupboard). This week, it's minty courgette pasta. Video: Kathleen Harris
Whyte’s auction of collectibles next Saturday in Dublin includes a vast and eclectic array of bits and bobs, including vintage film and travel posters, advertising memorabilia, militaria, sporting memorabilia,coins and banknotes. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The world's hairest men chin-stroked and posed at the UK Beard and Moustache Championships, which awards prizes for the finest facial hair. Video: Reuters
There's a Georgian city centre pile for €295k... whats the catch? Madeleine Lyons aims to find out. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Michael McAleer test drives the i8, BMW’s attempt to create a gorgeous looking guilt-free performance car.
Neil Briscoe reviews the second generation Nissan X-Trail.
Get Running, Stay Running: week 1
Get Running: Stay on Track is an eight-week course for anyone who can squeeze a 30- to 40-minute run into their busy life three times a week, but who needs a kickstart to get going, and support when they run out of excuses.
Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh on critics of the festival and being a gay role model. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Irish Times columnist Ross O’Carroll-Kelly is being honoured with his own ‘walk of fame’ in a series of plaques commemorating landmark moments in his life including one outside The Irish Times building on Tara Street.
Domini Kemp demonstrates ways to get the most out of your weekly shop and your time spent cooking.
Travellers on the Luas are treated to a fashion show as twelve models strut their stuff wearing a range of outfits from BT2 as part of the Dublin Fashion Festival. Video: Bryan O'Brien
22-year-old Ciaran Gormley from Belfast was named the Dublin Fashion Festival Young Designer of the Year last night, September 4th. He was among 12 finalists who showcased their designs at a catwalk show outside the Bank of Ireland on College Green.
12 finalists took part in the Dublin Fashion Festival Young Designer of the Year competition last night, September 4th. Dominique McMullan was there to find out what fashion industry insiders wear to a catwalk show and to talk autumn/winter trends.
Sixty new homes in Gerry Gannon’s Millers Glen scheme go on sale on Saturday at 2pm. Millers Glen is the first major new homes scheme in Swords - and north Dublin - in seven years.Video: Daniel O'Connor
Residents of Virginia, Cavan speak at this years' Virginia Show about how the town has coped through the resession and whether things have improved
The geographical uniqueness of Boxty has given impetus to a new campaign to give boxty protected geographic indication (PGI) status in Europe. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Patrick Freyne spent 24 hours in Temple Bar, Dublin's cobblestoned quarter of 'culture, drunkenness, oddness'. We caught up with him for a few hours on a Friday afternoon to capture a few of his encounters. Video: Kathleen Harris
Mike and Lou Soden bought 37 Mespil Road in 2002 when he became chief executive at Bank of Ireland. They upgraded the canal bank property and are now moving on to the late Albert Reynolds’s former apartment on Anglesea Road. Video: Darragh Bambrick
It's decision time as the Best Shops in Ireland nominations are brought down from 2,700 shops to a top 100. Our judges debate which shops deserve to get through. Video: Daniel O' Connor
Generations series: Rosita Boland speaks to Fred Crowe who has lived in Clontarf for most of his life and has been an early and enthusiastic user of technology and computing. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The shutters have come down on the Best Shops in Ireland nominations and now it’s time to get down to the business of counting votes and visiting shops. our judges give us a few clues about what they're looking for. Video: Daniel O' Connor
Conor Pope meets some of the people who keep Dublin Port ticking over. Video: Darragh Bambrick
A whole village on Devon's South Coast has recently sold £14 million, less than the price of some London houses, highlighting the disparity between property prices across the country. Video: Reuters
Flying unmanned drones in public places is becoming more and more popular with amateur entusiasts. Video: biosed
At the heart of the Italian pasta story is the mind-bogglingly vast Barilla factory in Parma. Cahterine Cleary got the tour. Video: Kathleen Harris
Elva Carrie from Girl Crew Ireland explains why many people found themselves matched with Mary Robinson on the dating application Tinder. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Wonderful sunshine brought the crowds and the style to the RDS for Ladies Day, the second day of the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show. The title of 'Best Dressed Lady' went to Carol Kennelly from Tralee, Co.Kerry. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Nick Miller is artist-in-residence at arthouse in Stradbally, and he painted Ann Marie Hourihane for a recent series. Video: Lisa Fingleton
Irish Times food series 'Feast' tucks into some festival food with a special look at 'Homefries' food truck. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Known for its great service and friendly staff,Toweys Topaz in Ballaghaderreen is a hub for the local community. It's been nominated by readers for the Irish Times Best Shops 2014 competition. Video: Daniel O'Connor
The French firm’s latest model is pleasant, but range anxiety means its appeal is still too narrow. Video: Neil Briscoe
We gave five treasure hunters €100 each and sent them off to flea markets and car-boot sales to seek bargains. So how much would the five items fetch at auction? The news is not good. Video: Darragh Bamrick
Tommaso Moroni, senior chef at the Academia Barilla cookery school in Parma, Italy, shares his thoughts on pasta. Video: Kathleen Harris
Kathy Sheridan visits Lissadell House and speaks with owners Constance Cassidy and Edward Walsh who have moved back into the house with their family after their recent court victory. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The Hare is a food and art project that set up a pop up lunch in the garden of the Irish Musuem of Modern Art. Their signature dish variation of the 3 in 1 including locally sourced, plant-based produce. Video: Daniel O'Connor
The Frock Exchange in the heart of the sea-side town Skerries, is known for its great deals on high street fashion and friendly staff. Video: Daniel O'Connor
The Musical Memories choir in Stillorgan is designed for the wider community and dementia sufferers. Singing is one of the faculties that stays with people longest after they have been diagnosed with dementia. Video: Darragh Bambrick
So is sports car Pug Porsche-Cayman-good? No, but it gets closer than you would ever have thought possible. Video: Neil Briscoe
Few people from the Republic of Ireland are habitual visitors to the North. And many people in Northern Ireland have never been South. The Irish Times invited eight people to cross the Border for the first,or almost first time and share their impressions Video: Kathleen Harris & Darragh Bambrick
Filmmaker Lorcan Finnegan talks about snapping stylish grannies on the streets of Dublin. Video: Kathleen Harris
Kevin Powell invites us into his Temple Bar apartment for one of his monthly 'News of the Curd' supper club dinners. Video: Kathleen Harris
The small town of Delgany in Co. Wicklow is home to Farrellys' Butchers, a family shop famed for both its meat and friendly banter. It's been nominated by readers for the Irish Times Best Shops 2014 competition. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Kevin Courtney reports from Teddy's Ice Cream shop, Dun Laoghaire, as The Irish Times searches for Ireland's Best 99. You can nominate yours via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter and Instagram using #best99. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Photographer David Monahan follows up his very succesful series 'Leaving Dublin' by going around the globe to catch-up with his sitters. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Ibrahim Halawa from Dublin has spent the last 11 months in a prison in Egypt. Ahead of his trial on July 16th, his sisters Soumaia and Omaima open up about conditions in prison, his letters home and how the family is coping. Video: Kathleen Harris
The eco-friendly hybrid sports car takes on the top competitor for power and pace.
Kevin Hurley of The Liquor Rooms on Dublin's Wellington Quay serves up his ideal summertime tipple: the Redleg Rebellion. Video: Kathleen Harris
This mid-engined sports car heralds an Alfa revival, but all-new saloons are still a year away. Video: Neil Briscoe
Cheese sambos as her death row meal, and on pretending to work while tweeting.Ten tough questions for Caitlin Moran. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Catherine Cleary makes the side dish so beloved of Germans, sauerkraut. Chopped cabbage and a whole lot of vinegar. But how will King of Fermentation Sandor Katz rate it? Video: Daniel O' Connor
Tans, tattoos, mayhem and sugary drinks. To thousands of post-Leaving Cert teens, that sounds like the perfect holiday in Magaluf, Mallorca. Sorcha Pollak reports from the island.
Looming is a popular trend with children who use elastic bands to to weave bracelets in a variety of patterns using a small plastic loom or, more often, nimble little fingers. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Dominique McMullan went along to 'Morning Gloryville', a 6am sober rave to kickstart your day. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Dominique McMullan was out and about on the streets of Dublin checking out some Pride street style. Video: Dominique McMullan
Conor Pope looks at the new fad of 'Bulletproof' coffee which includes two tablespoons of butter. Video: Darragh Bambrick
A pizza chain in the northern Russian city of Syktyvkar has begun pizza deliveries by drone. The chopper drones involved were developed by a Russian company who says they can fly at a speed of up to 25 mph.Video: REUTERS
Ronan McGreevey travelled to Ypres in Belguim, which still bears the scars of the 'Great War'. Video: Ronan McGreevey
Dunboyne Castle is a classic development which offers a return to a larger, more traditional type of housing