Declan Canning of Meath Pumpkin grows and sells pumpkins in Summerhill Co. Meath. This year's good weather resulted in a bumper crop. Video : Bryan O'Brien
We take the Renault Twingo out on the road to see what Renault have done with the new version of its reliable model. Video: Michael McAleer
Tina Fey, Jennifer Garner and Jessica Lange remember late fashion designer Oscar de la Renta. Video: Reuters
Michael Harding reflects on finding inspiration in the ordinary and how accidental incidents can be used to chronicle the Irish life. Video: Enda O' Dowd
Audi race a driverless RS7 against one with a human at the wheel. The driveless car won by 5 seconds.
Street series: Meath Street has Churches, charity shops, hairdressers, bookmakers, greengrocers, butchers and street markets. The guidebooks say it's the real Dublin. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Patrick Freyne is sent to Wexford Opera House to perform Der Vogelfänger bin ich Ja from Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Video: Daniel O'Connor
This autumn/winter, keeping cosy is all about outerwear that is fuzzy and oversized. Dominique McMullan finds out how Dublin women are wearing the latest coat trends.
This week, Lilly Higgins rustles up a cheap and easy beef dish using just five ingredients: balsamic beef over cauliflower mash.
Dublin Cocktail Festival is a six day, city wide event taking in 25 bars from October 13th to 18th. For the Festival the Vintage Cocktail Club unveil their new smoking cocktail 'An Brontannas Beag'. Video: Daniel O'Connor
First drive test: Volkswagen’s new Passat. Video: Michael McAleer
We take the BMW M4 around the track at Mondello Park to see just how quick it is. Video: Ian Beatty
Week 5 of the Stay On Track programme.
A report from Kuala Lumpur as the final preperations are made for the Asian Gaelic Games 2014. Video: Jerome Quinn/GAA
This week, Lilly Higgins makes mango soba noodles using just five ingredients. Video: Kathleen Harris
Ahead of this year's Books Are My Bag, Cecelia Ahern talks about dream dinner party guests, whether she feels more pressure do deliver these days and home-made shepherd's pie.
Bowes is one of Dublin's last remaining Victorian pubs. Originally called McCabes in 1854, it became Bowes in the 1930s. The owners have submitted a planning application to city council to extend into the two buildings next door. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Brown Thomas launched their autumn winter lingerie collection and taught Dominique McMullan the importance of choosing the correct under layer.
Ahead of National Coming Out Day on October 11th, LGBTgroups say it involves patience with the self and otherspeople tell of their own experiences. Video: National LGBT Helpline
Mexican engineers have developed a jacket designed to monitor a users vital signs and fitness level while running. The wearable technology sends performance information via bluetooth to a smartphone in real time. Video: Reuters
The desire, as an older woman, to be seen and valued by society encouraged Maxine Jones to begin a career as a stand-up comedian at an age when many careers end. Here she talks about her upcoming show at the Mill Theatre in Dundrum.
Bridge Street, Callan, Co. Kilkenny was once a busy shopping street. Since the town was bypassed the street is quiet now but undergoing some changes due to the interest of local arts groups. Video : Bryan O'Brien
Punchestown Racecourse is hosting Ireland's first Tough Mudder adventure and endurance challenge which sees over 6,000 participants take on all sorts of hard core obstacles over a 12 mile course. There's a lot of mud involved. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Motoring Editor Michael McAleer reports from the Paris Motor Show 2014.
This week, Lilly Higgins serves up sweet potato mash with spinach, lentils and chorizo. Video: Kathleen Harris
A small studio in the wilds of Galway has established an international reputation for creating film-quality costumes. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Week 4 of the Get Running Stay On Track Programme
Eddie Irvine’s €4m playhouse is back on the market, Madeleine Lyons takes a closer look. Video: Daniel O'Connor
22-year-old Katie O’Flynn, who is in her final year of a theoretical physics degree at Trinity College, identifies as an “aromantic asexual”, meaning she has never experienced sexual or romantic attraction towards anyone. Video: Kathleen Harris
Sean McNamara takes his job as a cleaner seriously, but he believes that many employers don’t. This video follows Sean throughout a day in his life. Video: Darragh Bambrick
More than 150,000 Irish students have participated in the J1 program which began almost 50 years ago.The U.S. Embassy hosted a J1 Connect event in the RDS to celebrate the difference the J1 has made to the US-Irish relationship.
This week, Lilly Higgins makes classic comfort food 'eggs & chips' using just five ingredients. Video: Kathleen Harris
Madeleine Lyons visits the 500 acre Woodhouse estate in Stradbally, Waterford to meet its new owner, American billionaire Jim Thompson. Video: Daniel O'Connor
You may not recognise his name, but you probably recognise his face. Dominique McMullan has a few questions for David Gandy, often referred to as THE male supermodel, starting with 'boxers or briefs?'
17-year-old Lucas Cross came out to his school principal as trans a few weeks ago and put his new name on the school register. Here, Lucas and his mother Catherine talk about coming out, changing names and suiting up for the debs. Video: Kathleen Harris
The aar maker has produced a sports car with looks to rival an Italian supercar. Video: Ian Beatty
Dara O Briain talks comfort eating, technology and good advice as he answers 10 Questions for the Irish Times. Video: Darragh Bambrick
'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