Eoin McDevitt, Ken Early, Ciaran Murphy, Simon Hick and Mark Horgan will continue to produce outstanding online radio content for The Irish Times.

The Irish Times today announced the signing of an extended contract with the Second Captains team who provide The Irish Times Second Captains Podcast;(...)

Donegal goalkeeper Paul Durcan celebrates with his  captain Michael Murphy after the final whistle at Celtic Park.

Everything we’ll watch between now and the first week of August in the football championship will be processed through the prism of Dublin - they’re t(...)

Playing a blinder: Cillian Murphy runs a gangland empire in Birmingham in Peaky Blinders

There’s no getting away from it: Peaky Blinders (BBC Two, Thursday) is the daftest, most unlikely name for a vicious mob drama, never mind one that’s (...)

Second Captains: Eoin McDevitt, Ken Early, Ciaran Murphy, Simon Hick and Mark Horgan. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

There are no second acts in American life, F Scott Fitzgerald famously said. He turned out to be wrong, but in the media world the sentiment is much m(...)

 The Second Captains team Ken Early, Mark Horgan, Eoin McDevitt, Simon Hick and Ciaran Murphy.

The Second Captains podcasts at The Irish Times will move to four shows per week from the start of August, it was announced this afternoon. The(...)

The Second Captains - Simon Hick, Ciaran Murphy, Eoin McDevitt, Ken Early and Mark Horgan - make themselves at home in The Irish Times’ studio. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Second Captains, the artists formerly known as the Off the Ball 5, will make their return to the airwaves from next week in a series of shows i(...)

Liberty Counsel (left) is given a peach of a ride by conditional jockey Ben Dalton.

Liberty Counsel’s shock 50 to 1 victory in yesterday’s Ladbrokes Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse was a skinning result for the bookies but a(...)

A file photograph of Minister for Justice Alan Shatter who will spend most of this week visiting Israel. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill.

Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence Alan Shatter has praised Ireland ’s contribution to peacekeeping efforts in south Lebanon. Mr(...)

 Ger Gilroy photographer at the museum in Croke Park in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

It was the end of an era, as swift as it was unforeseen. Ger Gilroy, unexpectedly thrust into his new role as host of Off The Ball (Newstalk, w(...)