Róisín Dwyer and Adam Hogan review 'The Art of Pretending To Swim' from Villagers, 'Chris' from Christine and the Queens and 'The Blue Hour' from Suede
Colm Keegan with an essay about what the notion of home means in today's Ireland
Sarah Taaffe Maguire and Stephen Boyd review 'The Little Stranger', 'A Simple Favour' and 'Mile 22'
Sonny Condell and Brigid Mae Power at the Drimoleague Singing Festival 2018
Sonny Condell and Brigid Mae Power, who are both performing at the Drimoleague Singing Festival
'Frank Pig Says Hello', the 25th anniversary production
Darragh Byrne and John D Ruddy chat about performing in the 25th anniversary production of 'Frank Pig Says Hello'
Review: 'Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.', a documentary by Stephen Loveridge
Jess Kavanagh reviews 'Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.', a documentary about the rapper M.I.A.
'Summertime' by Slip&Sync at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Slip&Sync perform an extract from their play 'Summertime'; it runs at the Dublin Fringe Festival
'An Ark of Light' by Dermot Bolger
Dermot Bolger chats about his novel 'An Ark of Light' (published by New Island)
'Drip Feed' by Karen Cogan at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Karen Cogan chats about her one-woman play 'Drip Feed'
100th anniversary of the film 'The Sinking of the Lusitania'
Paul Young marks the 100th anniversary of the film 'The Sinking of the Lusitania' by Windsor McKay
'When All Is Ruin Once Again', a documentary by Keith Walsh
Keith Walsh, director of the documentary 'When All Is Ruin Once Again'
'Witness', an art installation by Jessica Lauren Elizabeth Taylor
Video artist Jessica Lauren Elizabeth Taylor, whose video work 'Witness' explores testimonies dealing with race and identity
New Music Dublin Defrosted at the National Concert Hall
John Harris and Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh explain what's in store at the New Music Dublin Defrosted series this weekend
'Infinity' by Eoghan Carrick and Nessa Matthews at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Eoghan Carrick and Nessa Matthews perform an extract from their play 'Infinity'; it runs at the Dublin Fringe Festival
TV preview: 'Maniac' on Netflix
Mary McGill previews 'Maniac', a new series with Emma Stone and Jonah Hill starting on Netflix this Friday
Review: 'Paris Echo' by Sebastian Faulks
Eithne Shortall reviews 'Paris Echo' by Sebastian Faulks(published by Hutchinson)
Jackie Fox and Simon Maher review 'True Meanings' from Paul Weller, 'For Ever' from Jungle and 'Double Negative' from Low
Visual art reviews
Declan Long reviews 'Borderline by Elaine Byrne at the Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Daniel Rios Rodriguez at the Kerlin and 'This Is The Day' by Phil Collins at The MAC Belfast
'The Misfits' by Annie Ryan at the Dublin Theatre Festival
Annie Ryan and Aoibhinn McGinnity discussion 'The Misfits', their re-interpretation of the Arthur Miller story
'Billy' by Sarah Gordon and Alice Malseed at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Sarah Gordon and Alice Malseed perform an extract from their play 'Billy'
'Normal People' by Sally Rooney
Sally Rooney chats about her latest novel 'Normal People' (published by Faber)
Ruth Barton and Chris Wasser review 'King of Thieves', 'Lucky' and 'The Predator'
Fringe Short - 'Split Ends' by Lauren Larkin
Lauren Larkin performs an extract from 'Split Ends', her play about a hairdresser who thinks she has her life sorted
'Becoming Belle' by Nuala O'Connor
Nuala O'Connor talks about her latest novel 'Becoming Belle' (published by Piatkus)
Ruth Wilson, star of 'The Little Stranger'
Kay Sheehy met the actress Ruth Wilson, who stars in the latest Lenny Abrahamson film 'The Little Stranger'
Helen Zaltzman at the Dublin Podcast Festival
Helen Zaltzman, creator of the podcast 'The Allusionist', about how we use language
Winner of the 2018 RTÉ Radio 1 Short Story Award in honour of Francis MacManus
Claire Zwaartman, winner of the 2018 RTÉ Radio 1 Short Story Award in honour of Francis MacManus
'My Dad's Blind' by Anna Sheils McNamee at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Anna Sheils McNamee performs an extract from her play 'My Dad's Blind'
How poets responded to the banking crisis
Dr Philip Coleman, one of the speakers at a Trinity College public discussion on The Banking Crisis, A Decade On
'Richard III', a production by Druid
Garry Hynes and Aaron Monaghan chat about the upcoming Druid production of 'Richard III'
Loves - the Rembrandt painting 'The Return of the Prodigal Son'
Sebastian Faulks explains why he loves the painting 'The Return of the Prodigal Son' by Rembrandt
'The Human Presence', a solo exhibition by Ann Quinn
Ann Quinn explains her work in 'The Human Presence', her solo exhibition at the Taylor Galleries Dublin
TV preview: 'Trust' on BBC2
Carl Austin previews the Danny Boyle tv series 'Trust'
'The Fattest Dancer at St Bernadette's' by The Breadline Collective at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Thommas Kane Byrne of The Breadline Collective chats about his play 'The Fattest Dancer at St Bernadette's'
Aoife Barry and Eamon Sweeney review 'Egypt Station' from Paul McCartney, 'And Nothing Hurt' from Spiritualized and 'Family of Aliens' from Teleman
'Breaking Pointe', a documentary about Cork City Ballet
Alan Foley, dancer/choreographer/founder of Cork City Ballet and subject of documentary 'Breaking Pointe'
'Ireland's Call' by John Connors at the Dublin Fringe Festival
John Connors talks about his one-man play 'Ireland's Call'
'The Silence of the Girls' by Pat Barker
Pat Barker talks about her latest novel 'The Silence of the Girls' (published by Viking)
Maia Mathieu and Paul Whitington review 'American Animals', 'Black 47' and 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post'
Fringe Short - 'Appropriate' by Sarah Jane Scott
Sarah Jane Scott performs an extract from her comic play 'Appropriate'
Science fiction films and food of the future
Diarmuid Cawley examines what science fiction films can possibly tell us about the food of the future
Review: 'Trenton Makes' by Tadzio Koelb
Dave Lordan reviews 'Trenton Makes' by Tadzio Koelb (published by Doubleday)
Re-imagining the film score for 'Night Of The Living Dead'
Matthew Nolan and Stephen Shannon explain how they re-imagined the score for horror film 'Night Of The Living Dead'
'Lomax In Éirinn', a documentary by Declan McGrath
Declan McGrath, director of the documentary 'Lomax in Éirinn'
Review: 'Transcription' by Kate Atkinson
Anna Carey reviews 'Transcription' by Kate Atkinson (published by Doubleday)
'Now We Shall Be Entirely Free' by Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller reads an extract from his latest novel 'Now We Shall Be Entirely Free' (published by Sceptre)
'Oneday' by Dick Walsh and James Moran at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Dick Walsh and James Moran, creators of the play 'Oneday', which re-enacts on stage stories from newspapers published on 13th March 2012
'Léargas: Connemara Observed', an exhibition including Dorothy Cross at Clifden Arts Festival
Dorothy Cross, whose work is included in 'Léargas: Connemara Observed' at the upcoming Clifden Arts Festival
Stephen Rea, stars in 'Black 47'
Stephen Rea, one of the stars of the Lance Daly famine film 'Black 47'
The history of the twin movie
Chris Wasser looks at the phenomenon of twin movies, films with almost identical plotlines being released at the same time
'Everything Can Be Dismantled' by Joan Somers Donnelly and Donncha MacCóil at Dublin Fringe Festival
Joan Somers Donnelly and Donncha MacCóil explain how the current housing crisis inspired their play 'Everything Can Be Dismantled'
Review: 'See What Can Be Done' by Lorrie Moore
Nuala O'Connor reviews 'See What Can Be Done', a collection of essays by Lorrie Moore (published by Faber & Faber)
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