Tom Jones

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Ireland’s Iain Henderson is wary of the Welsh threat from the lineout. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho.

Two and two equals five. That’s the media for you. It was suggested to Iain Henderson, originally studying mathematics at Queen’s University, Belfas(...)

 Lewis Cummings of Kerala Kitchen

Happy birthday Kerala Kitchen A south Indian cafe and takeaway on Baggot Street in Dublin run by former newspaper executives Lewis Cummings and Grain(...)

England’s coach Eddie Jones wants his team to improve on their record against Wales. Photograph: Getty Images

Eddie Jones has added extra spice to Saturday’s match in Cardiff by suggesting England should always beat a country the size of Wales. The Australian (...)

Harvesting the crop on Rathlin Island.

Once regarded merely as the stinking gunge one steps over on the way for a swim, seaweed these days is having a renaissance. The excitement surroundi(...)

There was no need for a Child of Prague at Electric Picnic today as the clouds parted just in time to see happy couple Jacky and Aisling say their vow(...)

Vera Twomey-Barry from Aghabullogue, Co Cork, with her daughter Ava who suffers from Dravet’s Syndrome. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

The mother of a six-year-old girl with a rare and catastrophic form of epilepsy fears her daughter will die unless a consultant goes out on a limb and(...)

 Little Mix are one of the acts scheduled to play this year’s Live at the Marquee concert series in Cork. File photograph: Ryan Phillips/PA Wire

The country may be going soccer mad over the Republic of Ireland’s appearance in Euro 2016 in France, but not even the boys in green can quell Cork’s (...)

The cast of And Then There Were None, in which an excellent Aidan Turner gets all the best lines

It will not come as a great shock to discover that veteran Eastenders writer Tony Jordan is the man behind BBC’s ambitious Dickensian (BBC One), a spr(...)

Fintan O’Toole: “I thought perhaps JG Farrell might have been excluded on the basis that he was half-Irish, but so was Laurence Sterne, and Elizabeth Bowen, CS Lewis, Joyce Cary, Jonathan Swift and Iris Murdoch, none of whom was British, got in. Puzzling”

I was one of 82 foreigners enlisted for BBC Culture’s poll of the best 100 British novels. Each of us was asked to pick a top ten. Only half of mine (...)

Mark Guiliana: ‘Listening to Coltrane play a melody on the saxophone makes me want to go practise drums’

In the search for the future of drumming, the end of a leafy, pot-holed lane in the midlands is not exactly the first place you would look. But on (...)

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