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  • Rod Stewart to rock Kilkenny's Nowlan Park

    09 Oct Rock royalty Rod Stewart is coming to Kilkenny's Nowlan Park next summer as part of his Hits 2016 tour. Meanwhile for younger music fans there's good news too as 5 Seconds of Summer announce two Irish dates.

  • Bruce Forsyth suffers concussion during fall

    09 Oct Veteran UK TV host Bruce Forsyth is recovering at home after being admitted to hospital suffering from concussion he picked up during a fall.

  • Enya is back with her first album in seven years

    09 Oct Sssssh, she's back! One of Ireland's most successful recording artists of all time, Enya, releases Dark Sky Island, her first studio album in seven years next month.

  • EastEnders cast its first transgender actor

    09 Oct EastEnders has made British soap history after producers cast the first ever transgender actor to play a transgender character in a permanent role.

  • Bieber sends love to the Boys in Green after win

    09 Oct Following their epic 1-0 triumph over world champions Germany at the Aviva Stadium last night, the Ireland team celebrated by belting out Justin Bieber's hit 'What Do You Mean' - and their win didn't go unnoticed by the man himself.

  • Fast and Furious 8 ready to speed into action

    09 Oct Straight Outta Compton's F. Gary Gray has confirmed he will succeed James Wan as the director of the latest instalment in the Fast and the Furious franchise.

  • TEN's TV picks for Friday, October 9

    09 Oct Colin Farrell and Nigel Farage are on tonight's Late Late; Beeb Four continues its story of indie music; and there's a special celebrity version of Googlebox on Channel 4 - here's our top telly for tonight.

  • Film review: Sicario *****

    08 Oct Denis Villeneuve's nervy thriller about the US war on drugs runs on pure adrenalin. It's set in a moral abyss where nothing or no one is as they seem

  • Colin Farrell admits he didn't get Lobster movie

    08 Oct Colin Farrell mingled with fans on the carpet thing at the Dublin premiere of his quirky new movie, The Lobster on Thursday night. Though he admits the script was initially a bit of a head scratcher.

  • Terry Wogan's new book out today, Super Thursday

    08 Oct Terry Wogan's Those Were the Days is described in the publisher's blurb as a collection of "tales of love, loss and friendship from a national treasure."

  • Movie Review: Suffragette **

    08 Oct This rather safe, solid drama recalls the Suffragette struggle of early 1900s England, through the story of one woman, a laundry girl, played by Carey Mulligan. It is no more or less exciting than a reliable Dickens TV adaptation.

  • Pogues and Joni Mitchell go gaeilge for festival

    08 Oct IMRAM, the Irish Language Literature Festival, returns to Dublin next week and amid the myriad of readings and workshops there's also a unique chance to enjoy the music of The Pogues and Joni Mitchell as gaeilge.

  • Director admits he didn't click with Farrell

    08 Oct The director of the upcoming Irish-filmed movie, The Lobster, says his first introduction to Colin Farrell was a tad akward and despite casting him in the quirky love story, there wasn't an immediate connection.

  • Svetlana Alexievich wins the Nobel prize

    08 Oct The Belarussian novelist Svetlana Alexievich has won the 2015 Nobel prize for literature

  • Super Thursday sees 400 books published today

    08 Oct Today is Super Thursday in the book trade as in excess of 400 books are published with an eye on the Christmas market.

  • Daniel Craig is Doctor No over next Bond

    08 Oct Daniel Craig has given his strongest indication yet that his time playing 007 might be coming to an end, telling a British magazine he wants to move on and would only do another Bond film for the money.

  • Lady Gaga finds American Horror Story exhilirating

    08 Oct Fans of Lady Gaga will see her in a new light when she stars in American Horror Story: Hotel, the fifth season of Ryan Murphy's spooky TV show.

  • Pat Kenny shocked over axing of UTV Ireland show

    08 Oct Broadcaster Pat Kenny has revealed his shock and disappointment over the axing of his chat show, In the Round, by UTV Ireland.

  • Strictly private! O'Donnell rules out reality show

    08 Oct Daniel O'Donnell won't be welcoming the world into his home any time soon and said he has ruled out the idea of doing a fly-on-the-wall reality show.

  • TV highlights for Thursday October 8

    08 Oct Tonight there's live coverage of Ireland's 2016 Euro 2016 qualifier, Glen Hansard recalls 30 heady years of being a musician and actor Mark Gatiss goes in search of his roots.