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Netflix’s The Crown received 24 nods, including for Josh O’Connor (left) as Prince Charles and Olivia Coleman as the queen

The Crown and The Mandalorian led nominations on Tuesday for the Emmy Awards in a field packed with newcomers and feel-good TV shows that reflected th(...)

Ciara McQuillan with her sister. ‘It had taken my mother’s daughter many years of searching and overcoming obstacles, but she had persevered.’

As a child, I was something of an amateur sleuth. I never liked the word nosy, it held negative connotations for just being curious or inquisitive. It(...)

Matthew Rhys as down-and-out private eye Perry Mason. Photograph: HBO

Was the world really crying out for a Perry Mason reboot? Raymond Burr’s crime-fighting lawyer occupies a beloved place in the pre-history of the mode(...)

US president Donald Trump and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin in 2017. Photograph: Jorge Silva/File Photo/Reuters

I had dinner with Vladimir Putin once. He made me lose my appetite. The then-fledgling president of Russia was polite and smiling at first with me an(...)

Adam West as Batman: He also appeared in close to a dozen feature films, among them ‘The Young Philadelphians’ (1959), ‘Tammy and the Doctor’ (1963) and ‘Robinson Crusoe on Mars’ (1964)

Adam West, the classically handsome baritone actor who turned a comic-book superhero into live-action pop art in the 1960s television series Batman, d(...)

Barbara Hale: April 18th, 1922-January 26th,  2017. Above,  at a stamp dedication ceremony held at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Hollywood, California in 2009. Photograph:  Alberto E Rodriguez/Getty Images
Obituary: Barbara Hale
  • People
  • February 4, 2017, 14:57

Barbara Hale, the Emmy Award-winning actor who typified the ideal mid-20th-century secretary as the beautiful, loyal, confident but soft-spoken Della (...)

Kerry’s Marc Ó Sé is shown a black card by referee Maurice Deegan who had a good match  in filthy conditions in the semi-final at Croke Park. Photogrraph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

August has so far been a wicked month for the administration of discipline in the GAA. The evidence of recent years has been that the games have becom(...)