Boys in Blue: Kian Egan and seven Sligo friends reconnect on a surfing trip
Taken in the skies above Lough Ree, preperations and practice runs are in full swing ahead of the Abbeshrule Air Show taking place over the June Bank Holiday weekend. Video: William Hillick. Music: krackatoa.
A stylish mews on Church Lane in Dublin 6 originally designed for its architect owners extends to 2,750 sq ft over three storeys and is on the market at €1.4 million. Video: Daniel O' Connor
Beauty and the Best is an Irish Times series of make-up tutorials and beauty tips from our experts Laura Kennedy and Aisling McDermott. This week, how to master the holy grail of make-up, cat-flick eyeliner. Video: Niamh Guckian
In Week 1 of the Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Knocher focuses on Push and Glide, Breathing and the Front Crawl Kick. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
Over the 12 weeks of the Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Knocher and Swim Ireland will take you through techniques and exercises to get you swimming a mile by the end of the course. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
There was plenty of glamour on display as A-listers turned heads on the Oscars red carpet. Video: Reuters
A project within the Galway docks, focuses on the restoration and revival of the galway hooker boats.Video: Daniel O'Connor
Cup of hotdog water? Check. Cruel jibes to aim at actors who are wearing their clothes all wrong? Check. Here's how to watch the Oscars, according to Patrick Freyne. Video: Kathleen Harris
The Cork bike scheme was introduced last December but it has left disgruntled taxi drivers and Councillors in its wake.
Pans at the ready, it’s that time of year again. Donal Skehan demonstrates the art of brilliant pancakes for Pancake Tuesday. Video: HomeCooked Productions
Four-wheel drive and an open roof bring new dimensions to the 300kmh roadster. Video: Neil Briscoe
Ford’s hot Focus rekindles childhood dreams, but all dreams come at a price… Video: Neil Briscoe
Jimmy and Mary first met as teenagers in the Whitegate oil refinery in Cork in 1957, and romance blossomed. Both emigrated to England and never heard from each other again, until a note was passed to Jimmy in a restaurant in Cork. Video: Cathal Kenna
Polyamory Ireland is a 300-strong group of people who practise the relationship model of having more than one partner at any given time. We talk to one member, Tim Sinnott, about his own experience as a polyamorist.
We visit Aviva Stadium as the staff of Emerald Facility Services use hoists and abseiling methods to clean the high level polycarbonate sheeting of the stadium’s facade,
ahead of the first Six Nations home game against France. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Artist Brien Vahey brings in spring by painting witch hazel at his home in Co Wicklow. Video: Cyril Byrne
Elks, a young Dublin clothing company for kids, is kicking against disposable clothing with designs in traditional Irish textiles such as tweed, wool and linen. We speak to its founder Lucy Clarke and her daughter JoJo. Video: Kathleen Harris
The creative team behind the annual Governors Ball unveils this year's menu items and specialty cocktails that will be served at the official Oscars after party. Video: Reuters
Thousands of runners endure a gruelling obstacle course in freezing conditions in the self proclaimed 'toughest race in the world'. Video: Reuters. Music: Jason Shaw
Coffee vs Gangs: Kenco's training programme in Honduras continues. In this video we meet Pablo, a young man who has seen murder and death mark his personal life.
Beef stew? Bacon and cabbage? We visit three Dublin restaurants to find out what exactly is contemporary Irish food. Video: Kathleen Harris
If you work in a Dublin city office block you may feature in this video. Bryan O’Brien has been shooting around the city at dusk capturing that time of the day as offices close and workers leave for home. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Alerting the driver to cyclists with technologies that use colours, sounds and touch inside the car, 'Bike Sense" is the latest innovation from Jaguar Land Rover.
Can the new Jaguar XE rival the BMW 3 Series? We take it out on the roads to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
When land meets sea and nature and beauty collide, the result is a varied and majestic coastline, unique to the West of Ireland. Video: Fáilte Ireland/Raymond Fogarty/www.wildatlanticway.com
An exhibition by Irish artist Marie Brett explores infant loss, and features amulets, or small meaningful objects, provided by bereaved parents. Video: Enda O' Dowd
Olive "Raindance" McGloin on the Pacific crest trail Yo-Yo
This winter, wearing mulitiple layers to keep in the heat has become hugely important. Dominique McMullan finds out how Dublin women are wearing their layers. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Josephine, a young U-reporter from Zambia, tells us her story. video: UNICEF
BMW have created a four door version of the Coupe, but is it worth the extra money over a four door saloon? Video: Neil Briscoe
We get a tour of Dublin’s Mansion House which celebrates it’s 300th anniversary this month. The Dublin City Assembly, now Dublin City Council, purchased Joshua Dawson's house as the Lord Mayor's Residence in 1715. Video: Bryan O'Brien
76 Merrion Rd, Ballsbridge has been spectacularly refurbished by internationally renowned interior designer Karen Barrett Baral. Combining Edwardian elegance with modern convenience the 3,855sq.ft. home is on sale for €2.75mill. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The shop Nowhere has opened on Aungier Street with clothes for men who aren’t afraid to step outside convention. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Mercedes-Benz debuts new concept car at the 2015 CES, putting the reality of autonomous driving in the fast lane. Video: Reuters
What happens when you put a boy in front of a girl and ask him to slap her? Here is how children react to the subject of violence against women. Video: www.fanpage.it
Alice O'Donovan celebrates her 100th birthday, and reveals her secrets to a long fruitful life. Video: Cyril Byrne
Tom Stafford from Vice Coffee Inc demonstrates how to make the perfect irish coffee,
Juan's story: a young Honduran reflects on the life, and violence, he is trying to leave behind
We look at the people who passed away this year that made a lasting impact on Ireland.
Shoppers are out in force in Dublin for the sales despite the bad weather. Arnotts Dept Store opened it’s doors at 9am and the queue featured for the first time many young male customers according to Arnotts CEO Ray Hernan. Video: Bryan O’Brien
What is the best thing about Christmas day? This is the question we put to last minute shoppers on Dublin’s O’Connell Street. One answer crops up again and again. Can you guess what it is? Video: Bryan O'Brien
What inspires some Dublin residents to light up their houses with hundreds of plugs and thousands of Watts every Christams? We spoke to some of the main title contenders. Video: Enda O' Dowd
The Shackleton Endurance exhibition Dun Laoghaire is hosting the Christmas dinner from the doomed ship Endurance 100 years ago. 28 guests filling in for crew members will enjoy hooch and dried meat, washed down by stout and rum. Video: Bryan O’Brien
An 81-year-old Chinese grandmother, who went skydiving from 12,000 feet in Australia, says she is not going to submit to aging and will pursue her dreams. Video: Reuters. Music: "Ring The Bell (Instrumental)" by YACHT.
Blood Bike East is a group of motorcycle enthusiasts who deliver blood and tissue samples and essential supplies to hospitals out of hours for free. We speak to founder Pat McCabe. Video: Kathleen Harris & Daniel O'Connor
Rainy J Dillon is a co-founder of the Ferocious Mingle Marcade on Dublin's Camden Street, a bohemian circus of market stalls, live music sessions, classsic film screenings, coffee, cake and fancy dress. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Vicki Elward of Golden Cat Tattoo Studio which she and her husband Jay own and run in Dublin’s Temple bar. Vicki is Ireland's longest serving female tattoo artist with over 20 years experience. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Philip Keogh is well known drag queen Victoria Secret who regularly graces the stage of The Dragon on Dublin’s South Great George’s Street. Video: Daniel O’Connor Gig Footage: Sam Foxton
Eoin Crudge is 'Barber on a Bike'. Based in Dublin he cycles to your home or business to cut your hair and promotes his business on social media @barberonabike Video: Bryan O'Brien
Tony McDonald runs ‘Deke’s Diner’ from a 40 ft shipping container in Ringsend where he serves fry-ups, burgers and more to truckers, dock workers and locals. 'Deke' was the name of a character played by Elvis in a movie. Video: Kathleen Harris
Ruth Clinton is a visual artist who occasionally fills in as organist in St Mary’s Church in Howth. Video: Darragh Bambrick
68 year old Ciaran Bass is Head Concierge at Brown Thomas on Grafton Street He's worked for the group for 33 years. He started working at age 14 as a bell boy in the nearby Central Hotel. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Lilly Higgins whips up the ultimate turkey sandwich with all those Christmas leftovers.
Lilly Higgins kicks off the new year with a healthy citrus salad flecked with beautiful pomegranate seeds.
The Arnotts Santa Claus speaks about what kids are asking for this year, the elf on a shelf and how he gets into houses with no chimneys.
Dominique McMullan visits jewellery designer Muireann Walsh at her studio in The Chocolate Factory in Dublin to find out how she makes her funky contemporary Tara brooches. Video: Kathleen Harris
Have you ever wondered how Christmas letters and cards get to their destination after you drop them in the post box? Video: An Post
Irish Times Travel writer Fionn Davenport on his travel destination recommendations for 2015. Very unusual they are too. Good luck guessing where. Video: Bryan O’Brien
Fresh from the announcement of a brand new Aston Martin for the new James Bond movie, we take two of their current models out on the road to see if the price tag is justified. Video: Neil Briscoe
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