Four decades into her illustrious career, music is still a family affair for Mary Black – but only up to a point, writes Nadine O’Regan
The media have been getting their knickers in a knot over the opening of Ireland’s new Victoria’s Secret store. Personally, I’m delighted I don’t have to travel stateside for nice underwear, but I could do without the frothy, patronising PR spin
As Meghan Markle readies herself for a starring role in Windsor Family Values and a life devoid of bellytops and privacy, it is the royal family who should count themselves lucky
Culture vultures have a rich selection of offerings to delve into this holiday season. Nadine O’Regan picks out some of 2017’s best works in the areas of pop culture, entertainment, memoir and beyond
Pugwash mainman Thomas Walsh knows what it’s like to suffer for his art - but he also knows what it’s like to hang out with rock titans like Jeff Lynne in LA, writes Nadine O’Regan
It’s been a bountiful year for brilliant new books from the world of fiction. Cast your eye upon the top fiction picks of the year, with Nadine O’Regan selecting her favourites
For someone who, by his own admission, has been ‘high since 1969’, the bestselling thriller writer Child is a sharp and articulate interviewee.
As the daughter of a well-known musical family and muse to Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger was always going to make her mark in the folk music world