Known for its imense film library, Dublins Laser closed its doors for the last time today.
The teaser trailer of JJ Abrams much-anticipated Star Wars 7 has been released, unfortunately you'll have to wait a year for the movie.
Rathfarnham Ukulele Group (RUGS!) perform the Elbow classic “One Day Like This”. The group of over 50 meet weekly, offer lessons and play regularly at community and charity events throughout Dublin. Video: Bryan O’Brien
Professional ballet dancer Melissa Hamilton speaks about 'From Bolshoi to Belfast' which is currently running in the Crumlin Road Gaol. Video: Belfast City Council/JPR
The trailer for an upcoming documentary on Inez McCormack. Video: Fine Point Films
Humans return to the famous dinosaur theme park in the brand new action-packed trailer for "Jurassic World", a sequel to the 1993 smash hit "Jurassic Park". Video: Universal Pictures/Reuters
Music's hottest stars, including One Direction and Jennifer Lopez show off the latest fashions ahead of the American Music Awards. Video: Reuters
Ireland’s largest Anime Event takes place this weekend in Croke Park, Dublin. A competition to represent Ireland in in the european Cosplay championships. Warning Spoilers.
Taken as part of the Glendalough PhotoPost Art Project this timelapse video shows dawn in November at Glendalough, Wicklow Mountains National Park. Video: Glendalough PhotoPost Art Project Facebook/Frank Corry
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF have released a new version of 'Imagine' by John Lennon. People are also encouraged to take part in 'the largest sing-along ever' via their new app. Video: UNICEF
A new version of the Band Aid track "Do They Know It's Christmas?", is released thirty years after the original track was recorded. Video: Virgin EMI Records/Reuters
Ahead of the centenary celebrations of 1916 Ireland 2016 have released a promotional video: Video: Ireland 2016
Ahead of the release of 'Dublin 1847: city of the Ordnance Survey', Dr Frank Cullen tells us the changes and the stories brought out by the ordnance survey map of the time.
In ‘Neither Either’ at the Project, two dance companies, one from Belfast and one from Dublin, come together to perform a new dance work that looks at the predicament of living out two conflicting states of mind at once. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Pablo Escobar's only son, Juan Pablo, releases a tell-all memoir on his infamous father where he claims Colombia's cocaine king committed suicide, contradicting the official account that he was gunned down by police back in 1993. Video: Reuters
Gordon Buchanan, the acclaimed BBC nature programmes cameraman and presenter tours Ireland this week and talks about his incredible experiences with some of the world’s most fearsome and majestic animals. Video : Bryan O’Brien / Archival footage: BBC
Comedian Russell Brand and Irish band The Rubberbandits have released a parody version of 'Parklife' by Blur. Video: Russell Brand
The Gretsch 6120 guitar John Lennon played on 'Paperback Writer' is being sold at auction and is expected to bring in bids of up to $1 million. Video: Reuters
Before he was an actor, Chris O’Dowd was a Roscommon goalkeeper. Here he pays tribute to his hero Shane Curran who recently launched his autobiography 'Cake'. Ghostwriter Tommy Conlon also speaks about Shane Curran. Video: Ronan McGreevy
'Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks' is a new series on key peieces of art and literatiure from 1916 to today. Our first entry is James Joyce's 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.' Video By: Enda O'Dowd