Next week, to celebrate her 70th birthday, Maura Ward and her son, Johnny, will climb Mount Fuji, in Japan. It’s not their first big trip, says Ailin Quinlan
It's been a challenging few months for actor Johnny Ward. Last March, while wowing the nation with his gravity-defying dance moves in RTÉ’s Dancing With The Stars, his beloved dad died.
The news comes just one month after Johnny’s father passed away.
Yowsa. Tonight’s grand finale of Dancing with the Stars was loaded with talent, glamour and brio, and I don’t mean Westlife or Leo.
You won't want to miss it.
It’s Dancing with the Stars finale weekend. Esther McCarthy goes behind the scenes to meet the backstage team
The Love/Hate actor is up against presenter Mairead Ronan and singer Cliona Hagan in Sunday's final and thinks a woman will be crowned champion in 2019.
All the contestants had to dance on the double, with the St Patrick’s Day special featuring one dance apiece to contemporary Irish music.
In what was a Eurovision-themed Dancing with the Stars quarter-final, Johnny Ward was the celebrity who was singing the high notes as he not only got a maximum 30 points from the judges, but also won the ‘Eurothon’ dance-off.
It was the final whistle for former Dublin footballer Denis Bastick, who last night became the sixth
Noel Baker It was black tie night on Dancing With The Stars, but not all contestants will go to the ball.
It’s the end of the line for The Young Offenders star Demi Isaac Oviawe, who is the latest celeb to get the boot from Dancing with the Stars.
After a tough week last week, Dancing with the Stars’ Johnny Ward turned it around and tonight landed a score of 27.
Switch-up week in Dancing with the Stars saw some of the contestants really switch-on with a change of partner — but for others it proved to be a real turn-off.
Carolyn Moore meets the writers who have made a living out of going on holidays
The new series kicks off Sunday, January 6 for a 12-week run.
Catch heart-warming, memory provoking, hilariously Irish production from July 10 - August 3.
We’ve grown up with thick skin from years of being subjected to Kerryman jokes and to be honest, no one loves a Kerry dig more than we do.
Your home viewing entertainment wrap for the week ahead, with Des O’Driscoll.
Fans can experience the fear, claustrophobia and loneliness of the bunker from Katy’s perspective.
The storyline has been going on for so long that fans have come to the end of their tether - one fan has even set up a petition to put an end to the madness.
The progressive Algonquin completed a four-timer with a typically gamebattling display in the listed Vincent O’Brien Ruby Stakes last night at Killarney last night.
When Mckinley landed a Grade 1 novice hurdle at Naas last Sunday, you would have expected connections to be absolutely thrilled, writes Pat Keane,
From the toe-tapping tunes in Peter Pan to Boyzone’s Keith Duffy as the Baddie in in Jack and the Beanstalk, we pick the best of the festive fun with Colette Sheridan
RTÉ One have released their autumn/winter schedule and Imelda May is getting her own show!
Despite travelling the world for 12 months himself, Niall Doherty feels like a novice compared to two hardy, intrepid Irishmen
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