Friday, December 20, 2013
Once upon a time, crime writers in Ireland were few and far between. These days it’s not so much a case of “whodunnit”, or even “who’s doing it”, as “(...)
“There is a long winter ahead, and I hope we have something for all of you to shorten those long winter nights,” said RTÉ Television managing director(...)
It is a given that the French invented restaurants. But when? The accepted story used to be that restaurants were a by-product of the French Revolutio(...)
Gore Vidal was fond of remarking, in his elegantly waspish way, that Hollywood never destroyed anyone who was worth saving. This seems a somewhat c(...)
The prospect of getting a belt of the crozier was no small threat in 1950s Ireland, and the power wielded by the Catholic Church provides a sinister u(...)
This detached Edwardian property in Monkstown has played a supporting role in a new noir television series starring Gabriel Byrne.
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