Ciarán Hinds’s Eamon Cunningham agrees to one final showdown

This review contains spoilers. Where does homage end and shameless imitation begin? That is the question that pops up, like a severed horse head in (...)

Amanda: Doesn’t want more blood on the family’s hands

As it eases into its final stretch, Kin (RTÉ One, Sunday, 9.30pm) is getting its crazy on. Episode six of eight concludes with Dublin cocaine godfathe(...)

Charlie Cox and Ciarán Hinds

A supremely menacing Ciarán Hinds has been by far the best reason to watch Kin (RTÉ One, 9.30pm). The return in episode five of his thuggish godfather(...)

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Kin is RTÉ’s best new drama in years though perhaps that isn’t saying a great deal when you consider the competition included howlers such as the Sout(...)

Charlie Cox and Ciarán Hinds

Kin (RTÉ One, 9.30pm) is finally starting to catch fire. The first two episodes of Montrose’s high-profile new crime drama spent so long setting the t(...)

Charlie Cox and Ciarán Hinds

Two episodes in, it’s increasingly clear what sort of series Kin (RTÉ One, 9.30pm) is and what sort it isn’t. RTÉ’s new crime show is a cagey mood-pie(...)

Charlie Cox and Ciarán Hinds

RTÉ’s moody new crime series, Kin, has been heralded as the second coming of Love/Hate. Yet this tale of an explosive blood feud between two drugs car(...)

‘The Tank’ outside the Design Museum in London, part of the ‘New Horizon’ exhibition: Emmett Scanlon’s installation celebrates emerging Irish architects

Over the last 30 years, King’s Cross in London was often a byword for prostitution, crime and decay. Today, it is an architect’s dream, with gleaming (...)