Bob Geldof has said Brexit can still be stopped. File photograph: David Crosling/EPA

Bob Geldof has accused the English of “knifing themselves in the guts” over Brexit and says it can still be stopped. Geldof was one of the most prom(...)

Julia Stiles, ‘a fascinatingly flat actor’, as Georgina Clios in Riviera

Even the extravagant playgrounds of the world’s mega rich are not so well guarded that – with enough wicked intent – someone cannot sneak in and leave(...)

Susan Ateh as Bernie with Fionnuala Flanagan as   Agnes, ‘who alters between being casually disparaging or stridently demonic’. Photograph:  Patrick Redmond/BBC

Just when you thought it was safe to get back in to Redwater (RTÉ One, Sunday, 9.30pm), the EastEnders spin-off set in an Irish seaside town, along co(...)

Dermott (Oisin Stack), possessor of the ‘maddest stare on TV’and Alfie (Shane Richie) in ‘Redwater’. Photograph: Patrick Redmond

Mother issues, religious hokum, secrets, grudges, stunning seascapes and occasionally wooden dialogue returned to Irish TV screens last night for the (...)

Shot in muted hues and pale light which make its real location, Dunmore East, look especially serene it is hard to decide whether Redwater is a silly show redeemed by its seriousness, or a serious show alleviated by its silliness

It’s an unusual place, this Redwater (RTÉ, Sunday, 9.30pm), a small Irish seaside town festering with secrets, which still comes together to celebrate(...)

Lancers charge on O’Connell Street for RTÉ’s 1966 series  ‘Insurrection’.

“Undoubtedly the most difficult and ambitious project ever attempted by Irish television.” That’s how the RTV Guide (as it then was) described the TV (...)

Actor Steve Coogan with Philomena Lee, at the 11th annual Irish Film & Television Awards (Ifta) at the Double Tree by Hilton Dublin Hotel tonight. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The stars of the Irish television and film industry have arrived for their annual award ceremony tonight in Dublin. The Irish Film and T(...)

 Psychiatrist  Ivor Browne, pictured at his home in Ranelagh. Photograph: Dave Meehan
The Gentleman Browne

‘Is he still alive?” people keep asking. Yes he is, very much so, and is as challenging as ever. Visionary, revolutionary and preparing to take lea(...)

Saoirse Ronan at the Ifta awards. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

On the eve of its annual film fleadh, Galway is set to bid to become Ireland’s first dedicated Unesco city of film.Details of the bid to join the Unes(...)