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Television - Premium - Fargo: There's something a little off about season four - There's something grimly fascinating about watching a once great series go bad, even if it's a series you love. Sometimes it can happen startlingly fast.

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TV News - Blinders has peaked: Final season of crime drama Peaky Blinders is in production - The curtain will come down on Peaky Blinders after its upcoming sixth series, it has been confirmed.

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Books - Premium - 'Before my dad left there was normality and then there was the trauma of him going and a lot of children deal with that by inventing a narrative that isn't quite true or quite right' - Richard Osman

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Movie News - Liam Neeson got 'such a kick' out of playing Zeus as he says he would love to reprise the role

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Celebrity News -- Matt Damon 'so excited' to be in new 'home' Australia after joining cast of Thor movie

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Television -- Top 12 Things to watch if you loved Bridgerton

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Movie News -- Film office to overhaul age bands following independent review

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Entertainment -- 'My cousin played my double at times, and my family got to visit me on set for the first time' - Anna Friel on why filming in Ireland feels like a homecoming

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Entertainment - Premium - Sex and the City: Can the new show avoid the pitfalls of other disastrous TV reboots?

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Radio - Radio... Paddy's Covid antics drive poor Pat to despair

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Irish chaser Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis puts rumours to bed that he was sacked from The Chase

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Countdown game leaves Ireland AM presenters red-faced

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Shakira sells song rights to Hipgnosis

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Gaming firm unveils concept face mask including lights and microphone

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Fat cat weighing twice its recommended weight sheds more than 3kg

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Sony unveils new camera drone at CES

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Television - Ireland AM and rugby star Tommy Bowe: 'Doing live TV is like running out to 80,000 people'

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'How are you going to survive today if you take yourself so seriously? We live in this weirdly complex culture where everyone is offended all the time...' Paloma Faith takes on modern life

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'Men don't buy crime novels written by a female' - bestselling crime novelist Vanessa Fox O'Loughlin on becoming Sam Blake

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TV News -- 'I am happy to talk about who I am because diversity matters on television'

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Movie News -- 'I can't be blamed for those accents - I didn't even get to speak to the cast' says Wild Mountain Thyme voice coach

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Books -- Booksmart: How millennials reinvented the self-help genre

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Movies -- White Tiger anti-hero delivers in biting satire

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Theatre & Arts -- Fascinating interpretation of Beckett's French novel

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Movie Reviews - Premium - Film reviews: Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X and a timely look at the battle for the soul of black America

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TV Reviews -- You'll have no trouble erasing RTÉ's woefully unfunny panel show Clear History from your memory

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Music - Paul McCartney finds his way with songs for lonely hearts

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TV Reviews -- Fargo returns with season four and a shake-up

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Books -- Rachel Ryan: 'What my agent told me was terrifying, but such a privilege' -- The literary slush pile — the manuscripts that writers send cold to agents and publishers — can yield treasure. Philip Roth, Stephenie Meyer and Judith Guest were all found there by executives knowing that an unsolicited manuscript could well contain the next writing sensation.

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Book Reviews -- The Survivors: A gripping story of the sea, hidden pasts and murky deeds -- The Survivors, we discover early in Jane Harper's crime novel, are in fact a trio of large statues: pointing out towards sea, in a sense keeping guard over the Tasmanian coastal town of Evelyn Bay.

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Book Reviews -- Questions of innocence in tension-filled thriller -- Twenty-five years after the murder of eight-year-old Kelly Doherty, Derry journalist Ingrid Devlin is running an anniversary piece for The Chronicle. This piece resonates more than others as Ingrid knew Kelly and the memories are never far from her mind: a Halloween night which ended in tragedy and a murder trial that shook the residents of Derry City.

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Books -- Perfect escapism as godmothers make an offer not to be refused -- Monica McInerney is a very successful Aussie writer (voted Australia's favourite novelist four times in the last decade), who began her career in 2001 with A Taste for It - about an Australian chef called Maura travelling around Ireland. Her latest novel, The Godmothers, takes her back to our shores once again.

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Race, culture and family dynamics

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Definitive portrait of the great Ginsburg

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Lessons from The Happiest Man on Earth: 'After surviving Auschwitz, I believe that if you can hang on to hope, the body can do miraculous things'

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New Irish Writing -- New Irish Writing Podcast: Luke Power reads Eloise -- Luke Power reads Eloise, the winning New Irish Writing short story for December 2020.

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Books -- Mustard and Custard

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Poems by William Leo Coakley

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Flowers by Dee Collins

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Poems by John Harris

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New Irish Writing - Premium - 'Promise' by John O'Donnell

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