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Louise O’Neill: the novelist has been canvassing for a Yes vote in the Eighth Amendment referendum. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

“It’s a story about a young woman who literally silences herself, sacrifices her family, sacrifices her home and mutilates her body in order for a man(...)

On the latest Róisín Meets podcast, David Nadelberg, creator of Netflix’s The Mortified Guide, talks to Róisín Ingle about the teenage crush that spaw(...)

Crime novelist Jo Spain is writing ‘Taken Down’, an RTÉ drama produced by Suzanne McAuley’s Spiral Pictures.

RTÉ has commissioned a new six-part contemporary drama from the makers of Love/Hate and Irish crime novelist Jo Spain. The series, called Taken Down(...)

When Vicki Ashman and her husband Ian sold their stake in an international law firm in 2013, they were looking at retirement in their 40s with their s(...)

“I don’t know if anybody else looks back at their life and wonders, ‘how did I get here?’ But for me, there was a definite, Camille before the car acc(...)

In the United States, there have been more than 30 mass shootings so far this year, while the total for 2017 was 346, according to data from the (...)

US defence lawyer Dean Strang shot to fame when he provided legal representation for Steven Avery, twice convicted of murder in Wisconsin. Avery came(...)

Tara Westover talks to Róisín Ingle about her memoir, Educated, in front of a live audience at The Gutter Bookshop in Dublin.

Tara Westover grew up in on Buck Peak, a beautiful mountain in rural Idaho, in a household that was in a perpetual state of preparation for the End of(...)

“It’s funny when you meet someone as famous as that because they look so familiar,” says Nora Twomey, about her first meeting with Angelina Jolie. T(...)

“The government at Westminster is utterly, totally, taken up with Brexit. That’s where the really dark shadow is coming from,” says Alastair Campbell,(...)

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