Rihanna has teamed up with Calvin Harris for a new track, which was released today

Tunes!! Rihanna/Calvin Harris & Kesha release new music

28 Apr As Calvin Harris himself might say, get ready for the weekend - he's just droppd a second collaboration with Rihanna. Meanwhile Kesha has just release her first song following her well-publicised battle with producer Dr. Luke.

Risteard O Domhnail working on his new documentary, Atlantic which has gone on release

In Focus: Atlantic director Risteard O Domhnail

13.33 Risteard O Domhnail, made a name for himself with his first feature length docmentary, The Pipe, about the establishment of the controversial gas project in Co, Mayo. Now he's turning his camera on the economic challenges faced fishing communities.

Susan Boyle was said to be distressed during an incident at Heathrow Airport on Monday

Susan Boyle airport incident a symptom of Asperger's

28 Apr Singer Susan Boyle's recent incident at Heathrow Airport has been attributed to her Asperger's diagnosis. She was due to fly to Scotland on Monday when police were called after reports of a woman in distress in the airport lounge.

Bono: acceptable in the eighties?

Bono goes eighties gaga over Sing Street

28 Apr Bono loves Sing Street, John Carney's movie about a fledgling eighties band in Dublin, so much that he has released a statement in which he says that U2 were never as good as the kids in the movie.

Travis: L-R - Dougie Payne. Fran Healy, Neil Primrose, Andy Dunlop

Travis: All they still wanna do is rock!

28 Apr 15 years ago, Travis were one of the biggest bands in Ireland. Now they're back in fighting form with a new album that recaptures the bittersweet haze of their heyday. Lead singer Fran Healy and bassist Dougie Payne talk to Alan Corr

Maitre D Matteo will welcome a new set of daters tonight

Dating Déjà vu on tonight's First Dates Ireland

28 Apr A new set of daters will take to the First Dates Ireland restaurant tonight in the hopes of meeting the one, but for one couple it's a case of dating Déjà vu when they realise they've already been out together in the past.

Ryan Tubridy sees an increase of 35,000 listeners

Big names in Irish radio enjoy listenership increases

27 Apr Big names in Irish radio including Ryan Tubridy, Miriam O'Callaghan, Joe Duffy and Marian Finucane have seen a big rise in listenership according to the latest  Joint National Listenership Research figures.