Nadine O’Regan

Nadine O’Regan

Nadine O'Regan is Books and Arts Editor with The Sunday Business Post. Raised in Skibbereen, Co. Cork, she joined the paper as a freelancer contributor in 2000, after graduating with an M.Phil in Creative Writing from Trinity College Dublin. O'Regan has worked for publications including The Irish Times, The Irish Independent, Hot Press and Spin magazine (US), and served as a reporter for RTE's arts television programme The Works. A regular contributor to TV and radio shows, she also presents the Sunday evening programme Songs in the Key of Life on Irish radio station Today FM.

Riviera Wars: Jordan disowns Sky’s glitzy new series

Riviera Wars: Jordan disowns Sky’s glitzy new series

'Am I annoyed with Paul McGuinness? I’m surprised, let me put it that way.'

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

ELECTRONICA Lorde: Melodrama (Universal) David Bowie once described Lorde as “the future of mu...

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Delusions of blue skies? Legs turning even bluer? Don’t be alarmed: it’s just a bad case of festival fever and when it comes to being painfully hip in fields of mud and music, Irish women are expected (and prepared) to give it lots of artistically designed welly

The art of noise: why female DJs are on the rise

The art of noise: why female DJs are on the rise

Sorca McGrath loves music, but there are things that rankle in the business. In a new documentary and initiative called Move the Needle, she joins fellow female DJs in tackling prejudice

Meeting Halfway: James Fergusson

Meeting Halfway: James Fergusson

For his book Al Brittania, My Country, the journalist took a journey through Muslim Britain. What results is an absorbing, timely read that explores cultural commonalities and differences

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He has done all the heavy lifting and achieved the look to match, but whether Taoiseach-in-training Leo Varadkar truly is a fit for high office, only time will tell

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In a week that finds Vogue Williams ranting about Muslims while wearing a bikini, it’s worth looking at the larger picture: journalism is under threat, and has been for some time

It’s All Greek To Colm Tóibín

It’s All Greek To Colm Tóibín

With bestsellers and box office success to his name, author Colm Tóibín is free to move in whichever direction he likes – and this time it’s to Greece, for a modern retelling of an ancient tragedy

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The ‘smart’ way of living may appear clever on its shiny, happy, flat-screen surface, but look beyond and you’ll notice an elephant in the room - it’s wearing a Fitbit

Touched by their presence

Touched by their presence

Drummer Clem Burke has been with Blondie since 1975. Ahead of their support gig at the Aviva Stadium for fellow sticksman Phil Collins, he tells Nadine O’Regan about sleeping next to Debbie Harry and why he is buzzing about Blondie’s latest album, Pollinator

Sally Rooney has plenty to talk about

Sally Rooney has plenty to talk about

Rooney deals with sexuality and romantic disorganisation in her debut novel Conversations With Friends. But in reality, the forthright millennial leads a ‘quiet life’ and is angry about society’s pervasive millennial-bashing

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After reading Ivanka Trump’s new book about female empowerment so you don’t have to, let me share with you what I learned from it. (Spoiler: not a lot)

Author Colm Tóibín calls to replicate British abortion system here

Author Colm Tóibín calls to replicate British abortion system here

“If we don’t have the same system as Britain, then we will end up using Britain’s facilities, so that’s the only thing that will work"

Damien Dempsey: Speaking Through The Music

Damien Dempsey: Speaking Through The Music

He sees himself as ‘a Druid on the edge’, yet he embraces his ability to bring community to people. As he releases his seventh album, Dempsey discusses musical collaborations, spirituality and love

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There’s compelling evidence to indicate that a sea-change in our thinking and behaviour is afoot, so has monogamy been cast adrift on the shifting sands of sexuality?