Jonathan O’Brien

Jonathan O’Brien

Radio: Rabbits are not the only food

Radio: Rabbits are not the only food

Reviewed this week: The World At One, BBC Radio 4. Second Captains, Irishtimes.com.

Radio: Calling from the void

Radio: Calling from the void

Reviewed this week: Drama On One: One Way Telephone, RTE Radio 1. The Right Hook, Newstalk 106-108.

Radio review

Radio review

Gaybo at warp speed

Radio review

Radio review

Unhappy and Gay – and doing himself few favours

Hitchens remains sharp and contrary to the end

Hitchens remains sharp and contrary to the end

Arguably By Christopher Hitchens, Atlantic Books, €21.40

It’s all Greek and misnomers to Marian

It’s all Greek and misnomers to Marian

Greek issues, as we know, almost scuppered David Norris’s Aras bid before it had begun – and I ain’t talking about the eurozone debacle.

CDs

CDs

Surfer rock

Waving a magic wad in west Dublin

Waving a magic wad in west Dublin

By the time I’d finished watching The Secret Millionaire (RTE One), I was gripped by the sort of mixed feelings that are usually experienced when tearing up a betting slip after you have put money on your least favourite team to win a crucial match.

Radio review

Radio review

Tennessee waltz was all steps and no tune

Channelling the essence of sport

Channelling the essence of sport

Inside The World Of ESPN By James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales Little, Brown, €25.20 Those Guys Have All The Fun

Radio review

Radio review

Loyalty most wanted among brothers

Radio review

Radio review

Are you right there, Micheál, are you right?

TV review

TV review

Pundits and politicians were a riot

Radio review

Radio review

The Vatican’s canons ring increasingly hollow

Radio review: Why Steve Silvermint is no party animal

Radio review: Why Steve Silvermint is no party animal

Sean Gallagher is categorically not running for the natural party of government in the presidential election.