Paul Clements

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Sir Richard Wallace aged 70. Photograph: Copyright The Wallace Collection

They are first and foremost places to watch the river of life float by, to enjoy a busking troubadour or catch a whiff of Gauloises smoke. The public (...)

Lovers of Ireland’s Atlantic coastline hardly needed it to be branded the Wild Atlantic Way. But sure, doesn’t it bring the tourists? The local folk P(...)

There’s a literary feast awaiting the country in the coming week, with three festivals taking place. We’ve rounded up some places to fill your bell(...)

Paul Clements: “Cross-pollination plays a large part in archival research and led me to government files in the Public Record Office in Belfast; BBC written archive files at Caversham near Reading; census, and film censor forms in the National Archive of Ireland, and correspondence with his associates reflecting the overlap in his life of literature, theatre, film, music and broadcasting”

My initial plan was to write a foot-stepping book, travelling around Ireland to see if any tangible signs of Richard Hayward existed but I was advi(...)