Voice of her people comes to Clonakilty festival

Voice of her people comes to Clonakilty festival

Emily Wurramara grew up on an island of a couple of thousand people, off the northern coast of Australia. People fished and camped.

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What’s the story Rory? Comedian who carved a career from social media hits the limelightThis story is enriched with multi-media content

What’s the story Rory? Comedian who carved a career from social media hits the limelight

Rory O’Connor, aka Rory’s Stories, is part of a new wave of Irish and international comedians – including Conor Moore, The 2 Johnnies and Giz a ...

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TG4's Cork-made documentary on Éamon de Valera recalls his trip to the USThis story is enriched with multi-media content

TG4's Cork-made documentary on Éamon de Valera recalls his trip to the US

A Cork-made documentary recalls Éamon de Valera’s eventful trip to the US to drum up support for Irish independence, writes Richard Fitzpatrick.

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The rocky road to Cape Clear’s storytelling festivalThis story is enriched with multi-media content

The rocky road to Cape Clear’s storytelling festival

Ruth Kirkpatrick will never forget her first journey to the island’s storytelling festival, which begins its 25th edition today, writes Richard Fitzpatrick.

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3 Ages of Summer: Camille O'Sullivan

3 Ages of Summer: Camille O'Sullivan

Three ages of summer with Camille O’Sullivan who recently finished her run at the Edinburgh Arts Festival.

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Three ages of Summer with Neil Delamere

Three ages of Summer with Neil Delamere

Neil Delamere in conversation with Richard Fitzpatrick.

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Ready and gable: Waterford Wall artists on their plans for allotted sites in the city

Ready and gable: Waterford Wall artists on their plans for allotted sites in the city

As the annual Waterford Walls festival gets under way today, Richard Fitzpatrick chats to some of the artists involved about their previous work and plans for their ...

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New portrait of Phil Lynott to take centre stage in exhibition

New portrait of Phil Lynott to take centre stage in exhibition

Claire Guinan’s exhibition includes a new painting of Phil Lynott, writes Richard Fitzpatrick.

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From Gallarus to Slane: Dáithí Ó Sé

From Gallarus to Slane: Dáithí Ó Sé

Dáithí Ó Sé in conversation with Richard Fitzpatrick.

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From the White House to sweaty Belfast gyms, the best non-fiction reads this summer

From the White House to sweaty Belfast gyms, the best non-fiction reads this summer

The best non-fiction books for the summer transport you from the White House to Hollywood and from pristine greens at Augusta to sweaty gyms in Belfast. Richard ...

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Baring all for the sake of art: Cork based artist Ian Brennan's latest exhibition

Baring all for the sake of art: Cork based artist Ian Brennan's latest exhibition

Last year, the artist Ian Brennan put the word out on Facebook that he was looking for volunteers to pose nude.

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Danny O’Reilly: Culture that made me

Danny O’Reilly: Culture that made me

Danny O’Reilly plays in Cork this weekend with The Coronas. He tells Richard Fitzpatrick about some of his major musical touchstones and other influences

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Angela Barnes will be tickling Kilkenny crowd at Cat Laughs

Angela Barnes will be tickling Kilkenny crowd at Cat Laughs

Cat Laughs-bound Angela Barnes reckons she got some of her humour from her dad, who ran a sex shop in the UK, writes Richard Fitzpatrick

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Authors4Oceans: The children's writers raising awareness of plastic pollution

Authors4Oceans: The children's writers raising awareness of plastic pollution

Authors4Oceans will be at the International Literature Festival as part of their efforts to use kids’ books to raise awareness about the destructive powers ...

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