While the return of Alan Partridge has led to household splits not seen since the Civil War (for the record, we’re former loyalists who’ve gone over to the anti-Coogan side), one show for your diaries next week should be series two of Fleabag (Monday, BBC Two).
James O’Leary founded the band Interference with the late vocalist Fergus O’Farrell. The remaining members of the band will be joined by special guests for a gig at Cork Opera House tomorrow night as part of the Right Here Right Now series of concerts at the venue over the weekend.
After numerous death-defying stunts, from shark cage-diving and alligator wrangling to bungee jumping and white-water rafting, Baz Ashmawy and his mother Nancy hit New York for their latest adventure — and showed there is just one way to win an Emmy.
LOUISE COTTER is originally from Tralee in Co Kerry, but lives in Cork. She is one of the lead architects and co-founder of Carr Cotter Naessens (CCN) Architects, the firm that has won several awards for its work on dlr Lexicon, the library and cultural centre in Dún Laoghaire.