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5 days agoPoems by Kate Caoimhe Arthur -- Kate Caoimhe Arthur was born in Co Down and has recently returned there after several years in the Cambridgeshire Fens. In 2017, she was the Fenland Poet Laureate. In 2018, she was selected for the Poetry Ireland Introductions Series. She has been published in The Fenland Reed, The Tangerine, Abridged and The Best New British and Irish Poets 2018. She works in collaboration with the fine-art printmaker Iona Howard.
9 hours ago'The power to investigate is a bit of a drug' - Katie Hannon on live radio, her Kerry background and the danger of media groupthink -- 'What's that line?" Katie Hannon asks. "'There's a million stories in the naked city, and this is one of them...'"
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8 days agoWeekend Magazine -- 'A lot of the time when you're hearing queer stories, it's about the struggle' - Indie-pop band Pillow Queens -- Self-acceptance is often a hard-fought battle, as indie-pop band Pillow Queens know all too well. Growing up in the early 2000s, when social media consisted solely of Bebo, cameras were mostly disposable and music was still burned on to mixed CDs, Pamela Connolly, Sarah Corcoran, Rachel Lyons and Cathy McGuinness used to think that to be queer - to be themselves - they would have to leave Ireland.
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8 days agoIrish News -- 'We are the best nights of your lives' - Hozier, Sinead O'Connor and Tommy Tiernan urge Government to support struggling arts sector -- Hozier, Sinead O'Connor, Tommy Tiernan and U2 are just some of the biggest names which have penned an open letter to the government from the live events and entertainment industry.
5 days agoTV News -- Can Emily In Paris make a French connection with a post-Covid audience? -- If you thought the coronavirus pandemic would mean we'd be stuck watching repeats for the rest of the year, think again. Autumn sees a rake of new TV shows filmed pre-social distancing arriving on screens, including a hotly anticipated romantic comedy series from Sex And The City creator Darren Star.
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