We're joined by Ros and John Hubbard. One of their early protégés Saoirse Ronan is in line for an Oscar this weekend. Ros and John have been central in the world of movie casting for years now. They were early champions of talent such as Kate Winslet, Sienna Miller, Colin Farrell and Jonathan Ryes Meyers.
Is it as glamorous as it sounds?
In the Dolby theatre in LA, Irish woman Eimear Noone will make history as the Academy Awards' first female conductor. She'll be guiding the 42 piece orchestra through their paces on five scores.
Her colleague David Brophy feels there's a lot that managers and leaders can learn from this world of music
The coronavirus is making headlines again.
Over 700 have died from the virus, including the doctor who blew the whistle on its very existence. And it's really started to impact on trade to and from China.
We're joined by Frank O'Mahony, Managing Director of Wilson Architecture and Samantha McCaughren, Business Editor with the Sunday Independent
The red carpet rivalry is in full action mode again this year as Netflix vie to win the Best Picture category. It seems like Hollywood isn't ready for the 'meet cute' yet as they keep the streaming service at arms length.
Has the way we watch films changed? We ask Ruth Barton, Head of the School of Creative Arts at Trinity College
This year is the 10th anniversary of the first Irish animation nomination at the Oscars. It was for Kilkenny's Cartoon Saloon, The Secret of Kells. In the last decade Irish animation has continued to grow and grow. Our reporter Liam Geraghty has gone right back to the start to find out about one of the pioneers in Irish animation.