Listen up: Australian coach Michael Cheika lays down the law. Photo: Xavier Laine/Getty Images

“You don’t got to love me but you will respect me.” Tony Soprano to Christopher Moltisanti, in the doctor’s surgery after Jackie Jnr shot Furio in the(...)

Former editor of the News of the World Andy Coulson leaves the Old Bailey courthouse in London yesterday. Photograph: Reuters/Luke MacGregor

Andy Coulson has admitted that he “rubber-stamped” a £1,000 (€1,200) cash payment to a source described by one of his News of the World reporters a(...)

The stars of Mupets Most Wanted arrive for their interview with The Irish Times. “Everybody got on famously and did not compete with moi at all,” says Miss Piggy 1:04

Well, this is strange. One gets to meet all sorts in the interviewing lark: faded, fetid heartthrobs; just-about-living legends; distinguished avat(...)

Paul Henderson, managing director of Associated Newspapers Ireland on his company’s new website which will focus on showbiz, style, health, food, beauty and travel: ‘If we put Enda Kenny or Seánie Fitz in there, we’ll just kill the vibe,’ he says.

Associated Newspapers Ireland is throwing its considerable weight behind Evoke.ie, a new website that focuses on showbiz, style, health, food, (...)

James Bond films are a staple of Christmas television. I thought I had seen them all until my son tuned in to Quantum of Solace over the festive perio(...)

Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie arrive at the Old Bailey courthouse in London last Friday. Photograph: Reuters/Stefan Wermuth

I asked Mike Nichols, the director of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal on Broadway, why love triangles have such a mythic hold on the imagination. “We’re born(...)

There’s more than a touch of star quality to Violet Hill House, a six bedroomed Victorian pile just outside Bray, which was once owned by film star(...)

Robert Harris: trademark approach. Photograph: Geoffrey Swaine/Rex

It was the dodgiest of all dossiers. “It’s quite small,” says Robert Harris. “It was written on very flimsy paper – rice paper, or old-style typing pa(...)

British stuntman Mark Sutton parachuting into the Olympic Stadium dressed as James Bond during the Olympic Games 2012 Opening Ceremony. Sutton died yesterday after crashing into a mountain ridge in the Swiss Alps while wing-diving. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire.

A stuntman who parachuted into the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics dressed as James Bond alongside a double of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth(...)

Marion Bartoli of France trains on a practise court at the Wimbledon.   Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

Marion Bartoli completes her journey from rock bottom to the most prestigious match in women’s tennis tomorrow when she steps out on Centre Court to (...)