The Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile has joined forces with filmmaker Luc Besson (The Fifth Element) to produce a film designed to promote children’s road safety across the world. Video: FIA
Irish singer Hozier says he has received an apology from Canadian musician Chilly Gonzales who last week pointed out similarities between Hozier’s 'Take Me to Church' and Feist’s 'How Come You Never Go There'.
British singer Sam Smith unveils the video for 'Writing's on the Wall', the theme song for the upcoming James Bond film 'Spectre'. Video: Reuters
One of Ireland’s best known playwrights Brian Friel has died aged 86, Peter Crawley of The Irish Times and Fiach Mac Conghail of The Abbey Theatre speak about his career and legacy.
This week, Donald reviews Ridley Scott's space thriller The Martian, while Tara reviews Robert Zemeckis's tight-rope biopic The Walk. Plus, the best and worst films of September.
The Intern, starring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro, is released in cinemas on Friday October 2nd. Video: Warner Bros.
From the team behind 'Senna' and 'Amy' comes 'Ronaldo', a look at the life of Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the world's most famous footballers, out in cinemas on November 9th. Video: Universal
Behind the scenes of The Last Hotel, a new opera by composer Donnacha Dennehy and writer/director Enda Walsh. The show from Landmark Productions and Wide Open Opera runs at O’Reilly Theatre Belvedere for Dublin Theatre Festival. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Director Catherine Hardwicke talks to Donald Clarke about her latest film Miss You Already, her previous life as a production designer and her experience with gender bias in the film industry.
The Queen of Ireland opens in Irish cinemas on October 21st.
Donald reviews Older than Ireland, and Tara reviews Anton Corbijn’s Life. Plus, Donald talks to Miss You Already director Catherine Hardwicke
Glen Hansard talks to Tony Clayton Lea about the origin of songs, not mastering the guitar and his left field musical tastes. Video: Enda O'Dowd
The National Print Museum in Dublin hosts the Victoria and Albert Museum's touring exhibition, 'A World to Win, Posters of Protest and Revolution', which explores a century of posters agitating for political change.
As part of Culture Night and Galway 2020 eight volunteers were locked inside a 20 foot container in Galway city centre with only water to drink and a bucket for waste, simulating the conditions experienced by forced migration. Video: Joe O'Shaughnessy
'Game of Thrones' earns 12 awards at the 67th Primetime Emmy awards.
The story of the Irish Women’s Liberation Movement bringing condoms down from Northern Ireland in 1971, is being brought to the stage in the form of a musical, The Train.
On it's tenth anniversary, Culture night hosted over 3,000 events in Ireland. Everything from access to the Freemasons lodge to a basement makeover extravaganza happened in Dublin’s Merrion Square, as cities and towns of Ireland were transformed into cultural hot spots.
Stereoscopist Chris Parks details how a 3D Neverland was created for 'Pan' - a wholly original adventure about the beginnings of Peter Pan, coming to cinemas on October 16th. Video: Warner Bros.
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