Obituary: Italian playwright, director and performer who wrote ‘Mistero Buffo’ and ‘Accidental Death of an Anarchist’ won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1997
Obituary: ‘She joined the American Civil Liberties Union while she was still in law school and pursued cases that other litigators had given up as lost causes’
Obituary: His work portrayed wartime resistance and workers’ struggles under Communism
Obituary: She formed Eo Teilifís, an independent Irish-language radio and television production company in Spiddal and produced successful children’s programmes
Obituary: He was known for his measured judgments on the elements of the performance, whether he liked the play or not
Obituary: He managed to keep good relations with both nationalists and unionists
Obituary: Academy of St Martin in the Fields has become one of the world’s best known chamber orchestras
Obituary: He worked with Quincy Jones and wrote a string of hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s
Former president, prime minister and foreign minister won Nobel Peace Prize
Seven-time major champion blazed trail for professional game
The word ‘gay’ was not used then, but there was a place for everyone in the cosmopolitan pub
The 1966 film adaptation, starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, turned ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ into his most famous work
Obituary: Bob Dylan said Vee’s voice was as musical as a silver bell
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