After weeks of deliberation the judges finally came to a decision on the winners of The Irish Times amateur photographer of the year awards. Frank Miller hightlings what made the winning photos so special.
This week, Donald reviews Terminator Genisys and Tara reviews Magic Mike XXL. Plus, Donald picks a few Irish favourites screening at this year's Galway Film Fleadh.
Woman's Way was Irelands biggest selling magazine in 1960's Ireland. Dr Ciara Meehan looks at what made is so popular and what it tells us about Ireland at the time.
The first day of the Battle of the Somme was the worst in British military history. Some 19,240 men were killed and among the dead were thousands of Irishmen especially those from the 36th (Ulster) Division. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Notes from the Margins, a new exhibition at Dublin's Gallery of Photography, brings together the work of five photographers who address important social issues in Ireland today, including sexuality, mental health and living in limbo.
This week, Donald reviews John Maclean’s ‘strange and exciting’ Slow West, and Tara reviews Despicable Me spin-off, Minions. Plus, Donald talks about the director behind the latest Spider-Man reboot.
The answer is an art performance for Ragnar Kjartansson, and it's coming to Cork's Sounds from a Safe Harbour - Bryce Dessner meets Cillian Murphy and tells all. Video: Myles O'Reilly
Music fans begin pitching their camps at the world-famous Glastonbury Festival in western England after the gates opened for this year's event. Video: Reuters. Music: The 126ers
In a Paraguayan slum people of all ages have learned, out of necessity, to create musical instruments made entirely out of rubbish. Video: LandfillHarmonic
The official trailer for Boulevard, starring Robin Williams in his final film before his death in 2014, has been released. Video: Starz Digital
120 building projects were entered in this year's RIAI awards. The winners varied from cathedrals to libraries and restaurants.
This week, Tara and Donald review new releases Entourage and Mr Holmes. Plus, Donald talks about Jurassic World's incredible success at the box office.
The cast from the musical 'Once' go busking on Grafton Street playing the oscar winning song 'Falling slowly' from the film.
A sneak peak of what to expect at the Body and Soul Festival, which takes place from Friday the 19th to Sunday the 21st of June. Video: Daniel O'Connor
The 270ft, Cuauhtémoc, docked in Dublin where it will be open to tourists until Sunday June 20. A training vessel for the Mexican Navy sailed into Dublin Port with sailors standing on masts in traditional salute to the city.
The annual Bloomsday event at Glasnevin Cemetery took place featuring a reenactment from the 'Hades' chapter of James Joyce's Ulysses. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Former sports broadcaster Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh plays Battle of Waterloo veteran Maurice Shea in his first acting role, aged 84. Video: Tile Films
To celebrate the 150th birthday of WB Yeats, Damien Dempsey performs The Death of Cuchulainn. The video is also in support of Dublin2020, Dublin's bid to be European Capital of Culture 2020. Video: Jonathan Lambert and Dean Scurry
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