Paul O’Connell: Toulon’s owner Mourad Boudjellal linked him  with the French club. Photograph: INPHO/Dan Sheridan.

(...) season.Boudjellal was interviewed by the Paris-based radio station RMC yesterday and when asked if O(...)

‘Our system cannot accept a membership application without the applicant manually entering their credit- or debit card details into the sign-up page,’ says Complete Savings

(...) from Irish Water told us on radio recently it was because single people use more water! Do you think(...)

A dispute between Anglo Irish Bank and the Quinn family over loans totalling €2.4 billion is likely to end in court rather than being resolved by negotiation, according to Minister of State at the Department of Finance Simon Harris.

(...) relationship framework (between the bank [IBRC]and the department) was not intrusive enough,” he told RTÉ Radio(...)

The family of the late Brian Lenihan has strongly criticised Jean Claude Trichet for comments he made about the former Minister for Finance. Mary O’Rourke (above) said she believed Mr Lenihan’s version of events over that of the former European Central Bank President.

(...).Speaking on RTÉ radio on Sunday morning, Ms O’Rourke said: “He said he did not telephone. He may not have(...)

(...), electric guitar and bass. In July 1976, the orchestra visited the Radio Mali recording studio in Bamako to(...)

 Nick Cave in 20,000 Days on Earth, a film directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard

(...) lighting. Sinéad Gleeson presents The Book Show on RTÉ Radio 1 (...)

WB Yeats: His legacy still resonates with those negotiating the parameters of love, displacement, individual liberty, Irish identity and the politics of culture.  Photograph: George C Beresford/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

(...) the wider commemoration of the revolutionary era. During the week, a BBC radio producer working on a(...)

"On May 22nd, kindness will surge through the high roads and byroads of our little island, lighting up the darkest corners."

(...) their sexuality before. It was just that when he listened to the debate on the radio or TV, he had a(...)

Iarla O Lionáird: the sean-nós singer wants to know “why we sing and what happens to us when we do”

(...) displays admirable ambition and a sonic chutzpah ideal for radio. But alongside these qualities lies a(...)

(...) as a law clerk and Maureen had her own Radio Éireann programme, Ask Mrs Curran. He was educated at St(...)