Nationwide at the Fleadh Cheoil, plus Olivia O’Leary on the great Emancipator, Ireland’s first exorcist movie, surfing life in Lahinch, and how to train your baby . . . like a dog?
From love interest in GameFace to sensible friend in Brassic, Molony’s technique is to stand out
The Peaky Blinders star on gangsters, the IRA and playing one of the great anti-heroes
Uber-diva Cher profiled, plus Woodstock and royal princeses documentaries, an Irish-languge short on TG4, and new French thriller on Walter Presents
Joe Duffy's RTÉ Radio 1 show scratches an itch listeners barely even knew they had
Review: RTÉ’s history of the game pulls no punches, tackling colonialism, class war and sexism
A harmless doctored video of Bill Hader becoming Tom Cruise has triggered full-on panic
An exceptionally gloomy Who Do You Think You Are? introduces the actor to her dodgy forebears
Field of lepers? Deceitful strand? Town of thieves? Our ancestors clearly didn’t want visitors
New drama Deep Water, a history of rugby, Kathy Burke on women today, and Woodstock revisited
Radio: The Newstalk host appears to share callers' doubts about reunification
Government must face new realities when replacing TV licence with broadcasting charge
John Creedon searches for the places behind the names, plus the dragons are back in their den with a new fire breather and WWII by the (horrendous) numbers
Review: Áine’s attraction to the upper-crust Richard is the stuff of standard romcom fantasy
The Peaky Blinders star talks PTSD, #MeToo, 007, and what Brexit means for Ireland
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