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Lá Fhéile Bríde: honoring established traditions and welcoming the spring time
Caitríona Bolger
Caitríona Bolger takes a look at what is on as the country prepares for a historic public holiday next weekend.
25 January 2023 Country Sound
‘Nostalgia and sweet country music coming up in Longford and the City of Tribes’
Michael Commins has a full diary of country music events from familiar names, to new faces this week on Country Sound.
25 January 2023 Living Life
Herstory: lighting up the country for Brigid’s Day
As we look towards our first national holiday celebrating the women of Ireland, Melanie Lynch, founder and CEO of Herstory, is looking forward to lighting up buildings in honour of Brigid.
‘Ursula Jacob on what the new sponsorship deal for the camogie association means
Wexford camogie star Ursula Jacob is dancing at the crossroads to have such an endorsement for today’s young camogie players.
25 January 2023 Sport
Another fine mess for Watty Grahams
Appeals have become a bad habit of modern GAA, so the decision by Watty Grahams GAC not to appeal after Kilmacud Crokes fielded 16 men is a welcome change writes Denis Hurley
25 January 2023 Sport
Shirley Valentine: set in Cork and finishing her tour of Ireland this spring
From a farm in Co Cork to adapting a world-famous play, Norma Sheahan talks to Caitríona Bolger about bringing this ‘part of a lifetime’ to the theatres of Ireland.
18 January 2023 Living Life
In concert: Finbar Wright on returning to the stage, lockdown life in Cork
Returning to venues around the country this February, singer Finbar Wright tells Caitríona Bolger how life in the Cork countryside helps him prepare for his performances.
18 January 2023 Living Life
The Front Row: a look at what is happening in the world of theatre for 2023
Leo Powell considers the theatrical highlight of 2022 and shares his highlights for the coming months.
18 January 2023 Living Life
Rowntree makes the right calls
The quality of a manager is judged b the decisions they make. Denis Hurley looks at whether Graham Rowntree made the right call for Munster's clash against the Northampton Saints on Saturday
18 January 2023 Sport
Backchat: One Act Drama Festival returns to Bray
The seaside town of Bray will welcome back its drama festival to brighten up January.
18 January 2023 Around the country
Invitation to the autistic world from Ireland’s first non-verbal autistic author
Fiacre Ryan had no means of communicating until he was 13. Along came a documentary and after that a book. Caitríona Bolger finds out how it all happened.
11 January 2023 Books
Ben Healy is Edinburgh bound
The endless transfer talk that plagues soccer fans every January looks to have filtered through to rugby, with Ben Healy's impending move to Edinburgh. Denis Hurley writes.
11 January 2023 Sport