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  • Bliss for Bono as Imelda rocks U2

    Local girl Imelda May and LGBT icon Panti Bliss joined U2 on stage for a performance of Desire on the last show of the band's four-night stand in Dublin's 3Arena on Saturday night.

  • Stig it up your jumper! Top Gear back on May 8

    New Top gear has confirmed that BBC motoring show Top Gear will be back on screens on May 8 next year. He also said filming on the new series has already begun but would not reveal who his co-presenters are, , although Stig will be back.

  • Olly Murs scolded by his mum over X Factor gaffe

    X Factor presenter Olly Murs has revealed that his mother rang him up to call him a "plonker" after his elimination gaffe led to accusations that the show had been fixed.

  • TEN's Movie Round-Up: This week's new releases

    It's a bumper week for new movies - but before you decide what to shell out your hard-earned cash, read and watch our reviews of the latest releases.

  • TV picks for today Sunday November 29

    Anne Doyle features in Ireland's Rising (8.30pm, RTÉ One), Bressie's Ironmind (9.30pm, RTÉ2) comes to a dramatic conclusion, as does Ireland with Simon Reeve (8.00pm, BBC Two).

  • Moffat responds to Doctor Who misogyny claims

    Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat has hit back at claims that the show is  misogynistic and says the women in the show are not like "Bond girls".

  • Review: Gavin James - Bitter Pill ***

    The Dublin singer does something a lot more than mere Ed Sheeranisms on his debut studio album

  • Elba says "enough is enough" over Bond rumours

    Idris Elba has said "enough is enough" over speculation about him becoming the next James Bond star and he's joking that he's the most famous Bond actor in the world without ever gracing the screen as 007.

  • Adele sweeps all before her to claim Irish No 1

    Adele's new album 25 has left new releases from Enya, Gavin James and boyband Hometown for dust in the new Irish album chart. She's also dethroned One Direction from the top after only one week.

  • Weller slams The Jam reunion rumours

    Paul Weller has slammed rumours that The Jam are reuniting for an anniversary celebration because he feels it would go against everything they stood for as a band.