Exquisitely cast: Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal in Normal People. Photograph: Enda Bowe/Element/BBC

Everything has to end sometime, whether it be young love or a global lockdown. To many watching Normal People (BBC One, Monday, 9.05pm and 9.35pm) tho(...)

Normal People: Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones on set. Photograph: Enda Bowe/Element/RTÉ

The producers of the hit TV series Normal People have issued Pornhub with a takedown request after sex scenes from the programme were uploaded to the (...)

Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) and Connell (Paul Mescal) in Normal People. Photograph: Enda Bowe / BBC / Element.

Normal People, the hit Irish drama made by Element Pictures, has been sold to more than 20 countries worldwide by its international distributor Endeav(...)

Normal People: Paul Mescal as Connell. Photograph: Enda Bowe/Element/RTÉ

Hettie Macdonald directed the all-time-classic Doctor Who episode Blink, a phantasmagorical tour de force rightly regarded as one of the Time Lord’s g(...)

The task of bringing literature to television is always a fraught one, but the team-up between two of Ireland's most talented artists, director Len(...)

Irish film Herself, developed from an idea by its lead actor and co-writer Clare Dunne and supported by Screen Ireland.

The Irish housing crisis film that won a standing ovation at Sundance, the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney novel Normal People and the 17th century Kilk(...)

Normal People: Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones in the BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s coming-of-age novel

The first official trailer for Normal People, Sally Rooney’s award-winning novel, has been released. Rooney has adapted her coming-of-age book as a 1(...)

Normal People: Daisy Edgar-Jones (left, in Cold Feet with Hermione Norris), is playing Marianne in the BBC version of Sally Rooney’s novel. Photograph: Ben Blackall/ITV

The stars of the BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s award-winning novel Normal People have been announced as filming gets under way in Ireland. The com(...)

Howards End, which stars Hayley Atwell as a  beautifully played Margaret, who can say, ‘I am really distressed that he had no tea’

“What is the good of the arts if they’re interchangeable?” complains Margaret Schlegel, as relentless as a steamroller, while dismissing a sister who (...)