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At the heart of Ireland’s progress to a more inclusive society is Irish broadcasting. Radio and television broadcasters, like their newspaper c(...)

For anybody involved in the Irish-language movement, Domhnall Ó Lubhlaí (above) was revered and respected

Gearóid Ó Conchubhair was watching TV at home last October when news broke that Jimmy Savile had sexually abused scores of underage girls durin(...)

Kelly Gough as Eileen in Bás Arto Leary. Its writer Manchán Magan says: ‘All I wanted to do was make people aware of a poem . . . It’s now more about cocaine snorting and sex in dark lavatories’

We are all supposed to be TV literate now: au fait with story arcs, enabling protagonists and third-act denouements. If you can’t anatomise a (...)

Fiona Neary of the Rape Crisis Network: “It appears that at least two opportunities in 1991 and 1998 were presented to the gardaí to investigate allegations against this very influential and powerful figure.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There have been calls for a full review by the authorities into how a leading figure in the Irish language movement escaped prosecution over allega(...)

Pat Rabbitte: to get broadcasting report in May. photograph: alan betson

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has given “primary consideration” to a major funding review of public service broadcasting co-ordinated b(...)

Jockeys Ross O'Sullivan, Áine Ryan & Dawn Leadon-Bolger, who participated in the first series of TG4’s Jockey Eile

Like their counterparts in film, television executives are not stupid: for their annual spring marketplace, they descend on warm and sunny Cann(...)

Takes of a travel addict
  • Travel
  • March 23, 2013, 06:00

It’s been over a decade since I spent three months in China, travelling from the diamond sky-lined eastern cities to the furthest reaches of th(...)

Chris O'Dowd and David Rawle in Moone Boy. Photograph: Pat Redmond

Comedy, says Billy McGrath, is like music. “There’s often a zeitgeist, people latch onto it, and then it burns out.” The laughs start to come f(...)

Memoirs, like memories, are subject to the usual vagaries of life. Often selective, romantic, self-aggrandising and sometimes downright fiction(...)

St Brigid’s Karol Mannion celebrates scoring a goal against Ballymun Kickams during the AIB All-Ireland Club Senior Football Final at Croke Park. Photograph:   Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Romance is no stranger to AIB club finals but even by those standards yesterday’s riveting football decider was pure Hollywood. Seven times Ros(...)

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