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Last year
'We’re just so proud': Here's how the Oscars looked from inside the winners' room
'People's perception of what an Irish film is, and the quality of it, has totally changed'
Darach Ó Séaghdha: Why Martin McDonagh’s Englishness shouldn’t be disregarded
Darach Ó Séaghdha
Analysis: In the trial of Gary Lineker, he'll probably leave and critics will find another target
Richard Sambrook
'The Irish are on fire': Stars walk the 'green carpet' for Oscar Wilde Awards in LA
'A mad train that goes 100 miles an hour' - Paul Mescal on his 'whirlwind' Oscars experience
Arctic Monkeys and Guns N'Roses to headline Glastonbury along with Elton John
Novel set in Ireland's 'year without a summer' chosen for One Dublin One Book
'Everything Everywhere' sweeps at SAG awards but Irish nominees lose out
'Witnesses telling their stories, while they're still alive, is very powerful'
The most popular baby names in Ireland for 2022 have been revealed
Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?
The Banshees Of Inisherin has won four BAFTAs
Irish Oscar hopefuls gather for annual celeb-packed nominees luncheon
Opinion: I'm telling the story of Ann Lovett on screen because it must be told
Ciaran Creagh
Highly-nominated actress left out from Oscars says racism and misogyny play role in awards
Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?
Opinion: The Bell - the almost-forgotten Irish literary journal that 'took on the sacred cows'
Phyllis Boumans
Poll: Do you like Beyoncé?
Eurosong result: Dublin band Wild Youth to represent Ireland at Eurovision
Hearing from the six artists hoping to end Ireland's 25 years of Eurovision hurt
Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?
The Explainer: How did Ireland get so many Oscar nominations?
What Irish films and actors could be up for nomination at this year's Oscars?
20 years on, does anybody actually like The Spire? As it turns out, yes
Opinion: Refurbished Clerys clock unveiled above a Dublin struggling to maintain its identity
Carl Kinsella
Cate Blanchett on Tár: 'I don't think there was ever a safety net with the whole thing'
Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?
Sex Pistols singer John Lydon is in the running to represent Ireland in the Eurovision
It's 100 years since Limerick man Conor O'Brien's historic round-the-world voyage
All time
Quiz: Who Said It? 2022 Edition
Here is the fiction to keep an eye out for in 2023
Books from Pamela Anderson and Frances Haugen among the non-fiction to look out for in 2023
Larry Donnelly: Ten more movies to watch at Christmas
Larry Donnelly
Quiz: Can you name the Christmas movie from a single frame?
Trailer Watch: Which Christmas film will you watch this weekend?
Poll: Have you watched any of Harry & Meghan's Netflix documentary?
The Irish Read: David Hayden writes about boyhood and home
Council puts security in place at Iveagh Markets as calls grow for building to be restored
Ronan Collins Show to finish on RTÉ Radio 1 after 37 years on air