Admitting you’re wrong is a sign of great strength!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley If you’re lucky enough to have a job, chances are you’re unlucky enough to have a boss who drives you just a little crazy. For me...

A rocky road but still not afraid to mince his words

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Outspoken RTE pundit and former Republic of Ireland international Eamon Dunphy says he is optimistic about the national side qualifying for the 2016 European Championships following the FAI’s unveiling...

Ciaran adds a blast of colour to city streets

City Lives - Bernie Ní Fhlatharta meets artist Ciarán Dunlevy who is commissioned to create public work Street art is often confused with graffiti but artist, Ciarán Dunlevy says it’s very simple to tell...

Corofin weren’t as good as we thought they were

Inside Track with John McIntyre The conclusion is unavoidable. Corofin’s virtual stroll to the Galway senior football title was significantly over-valued. Sure, they cut an impressive dash in regaining the Frank...

Love may not last forever – but your tattoo surely will

A Different View with Dave O’Connell There are few things to turn the stomach more effectively than the sight of an ancient tattoo on some part of an old age pensioner’s crinkled anatomy. ...

Disappeared documentary shows Adams’ baggage is too much for Sinn Fein to bear

World of Politics with Harry McGee – The power of television to have a massive impact on the world of politics can never be underestimated. The Birmingham Six won their...


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