With the IFI Horrorthon taking place from
October 23rd to 27th in Dublin, we talk to scream queen
Jessica Cameron about her controversial
horror flick Truth or Dare.
International music artists keep thousands of Israelis and tourists dancing from sunset until sunrise at a rave at the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth. Video: Reuters
Donald Clarke meets Sam Claflin to discuss his roles in Love, Rosie and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.
Air New Zealand transports passengers to Middle-earth with a Hobbit-themed in-flight safety video, featuring some of the cast from the fantasy film trilogy. Video: Air New Zealand/Reuters
Yale Professor who caused a worldwide debate about parenting talks about her new book The Triple Package. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Kevin Grennan joined Guinness as a youth and spent his working life there. A recent visit to the Guinness storehouse stirs up vibrant memories. Video: Darragh Bambrick & Daniel O'Connor
We meet artist Stephen Rinn in his Dublin studio before the opening of his new exhibition “Inchoate Ground” which runs in Smock Alley Theatre, Temple Bar from October 25th Video: Bryan O'Brien
Almost 100 years on it is hard to imagine the carnage that ensued in this peaceful, Turkish seaside resort. Only the graves bear testament. Video: Peter Murtagh
Irelands first ever spoken word festival takes place this weekend in Dublin.Paul Timoney, an Irish stroryteller artist gives us a preview of what to expect.
Michael Harding reads an extract from his acclaimed new novel 'Hanging with the Elephant' in his studio in Leitrim
'Types for the New Century’ is an exhibition of contemporary design and typography at the national Print Museum featuring outstanding typeface designs from over 14 countries.Video: Bryan O'Brien
Paul Howard speaks about the online petition to replace the Molly Malone statue with Ross O'Carroll Kelly, at the bottom of Grafton Street. Video: Daniel O'Connor
The Irish Times, in association with Dublin Theatre Festival, concocted a project which saw ten playwrights contribute ten parts to one play. The play, La Reine Claude, has a rehearsed reading as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival.
Film maker Laura Poitras says her new film, Citizenfour, is about whistle blowers and those who speak up when they see wrongdoings. Video: Reuters
Dublin’s oldest house, 9/9A Aungier Street is open to the public for the first time this weekend. We meet the architect behind its conservation, and a mother and son who lived there. Details of tours at openhousedublin.com Video: Bryan O'Brien
Ahead of the highly anticipated new episode this Sunday, we talk to Johnny Ward about his career, how he landed his role in Love/Hate and what he thinks of his character Paulie. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Donald Clarke in conversation with Killian Scott, one of the stars of '71, the thriller by Yann Demange set in Belfast in 1971.
Radiator from Space, Steve Averill has had a life full of creative output. Here he talks about the early days as well as working with U2, Elvis Costello and the Script. Video: Darragh Bambrick
As a self-employed musician, Ó Raghallaigh’s workload was becoming a strain. So the fiddler, equally at home to the traditional and experimental, made a key change
Five years ago Simon Fitzmaurice was diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND). Despite being completely paralysed and only able to communicate with his eyes, he is still directing his first feature film My Name is Emily. Video: Ronan McGreevy