with Alan Corr - death announced of Greek singer Demis Roussos, anti-Muslim threats increase since release of film "American Sniper", James Blunt comes last in list of tickets sales at Dublin's 3 Arena last year
with Rachel Breslin - the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo will go to print next week, Meryl Streep defends Russell Crowe's comments about women, ageism and Hollywood, movie "Fifty Shades Of Grey" gets R-rating in the USA
with Alan Corr - line-up announced for Dublin's Tradfest 2015, the creator of The Sopranos on the bill for this year's film-making Digital Biscuit event, new Irish soap "Red Rock" begins tonight on TV3
with Alan Corr - large audience for first episode of RTÉ drama "Charlie", backlash against a Channel 4 proposal for a sitcom set in the backrop to the Irish famine, Russell Crowe offers his opinions on allegations of ageism against Hollywood
with Abie Philbin Bowman - President Barack Obama reveals his favourite film of the year, fallout continues from the leaked/hacked Sony emails, first glimpse of Robin Williams' final role in the film "Absolutely Anything"
with Alan Corr - Minister Heather Humphreys announces competition for Ireland's nominee for European Capital of Culture 2020, tracks from Madonna's new album leaked online, Sinead O'Connor re-writes the Irish national anthem
with Alan Corr - Garth Brooks and Frozen top the list of most-Googled subjects this year, celebrities slam the publication of hacked Sony emails, the Kerry actor Timothy V Murphy lands lead role in "True Detective"