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Kelly Gough as Eileen in Bás Arto Leary. Its writer Manchán Magan says: ‘All I wanted to do was make people aware of a poem . . . It’s now more about cocaine snorting and sex in dark lavatories’

We are all supposed to be TV literate now: au fait with story arcs, enabling protagonists and third-act denouements. If you can’t anatomise a (...)

Fiona Neary of the Rape Crisis Network: “It appears that at least two opportunities in 1991 and 1998 were presented to the gardaí to investigate allegations against this very influential and powerful figure.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There have been calls for a full review by the authorities into how a leading figure in the Irish language movement escaped prosecution over allega(...)

Pat Rabbitte: to get broadcasting report in May. photograph: alan betson

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has given “primary consideration” to a major funding review of public service broadcasting co-ordinated b(...)

Jockeys Ross O'Sullivan, Áine Ryan & Dawn Leadon-Bolger, who participated in the first series of TG4’s Jockey Eile

Like their counterparts in film, television executives are not stupid: for their annual spring marketplace, they descend on warm and sunny Cann(...)

Takes of a travel addict
  • Travel
  • March 23, 2013, 06:00

It’s been over a decade since I spent three months in China, travelling from the diamond sky-lined eastern cities to the furthest reaches of th(...)

Chris O'Dowd and David Rawle in Moone Boy. Photograph: Pat Redmond

Comedy, says Billy McGrath, is like music. “There’s often a zeitgeist, people latch onto it, and then it burns out.” The laughs start to come f(...)

Memoirs, like memories, are subject to the usual vagaries of life. Often selective, romantic, self-aggrandising and sometimes downright fiction(...)

St Brigid’s Karol Mannion celebrates scoring a goal against Ballymun Kickams during the AIB All-Ireland Club Senior Football Final at Croke Park. Photograph:   Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Romance is no stranger to AIB club finals but even by those standards yesterday’s riveting football decider was pure Hollywood. Seven times Ros(...)

Father-and-daughter trainers: Richie and Joanna Clifford on Reality Bites, on RTÉ Two, a series whose lateral approach can generate unexpected results

I like this year’s series of Reality Bites, and not just because each slice-of-Irish-life documentary is well made but also because they are pl(...)

The British broadcaster received ¤382 million in subscription and advertising revenues in the Irish market in 2011, the last year for wh(...)

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