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Bill Cosby: Bringing down a TV titan

Bill Cosby: Bringing down a TV titan

A quietly devastating piece of television

Previews Of The  This Week

Previews Of The This Week

Joyce In Court: Hardiman's fascinating take on Ulysses writer and the law

Joyce In Court: Hardiman's fascinating take on Ulysses writer and the law

New book by late Supreme Court judge "is a pleasure to read", writes his friend Michael McDowell

Theatre: Pitch black comedy still rocking along nicely

Theatre: Pitch black comedy still rocking along nicely

Stones in His Pockets has aged badly in some respects - but remains a sturdy piece of storytelling

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

The lives of others: Richard Ford

The lives of others: Richard Ford

The American author has long been fascinated by the everyday lives of ordinary people. Now he’s made his parents the focus of his latest, non-fiction, book

Film: A superhero to pummel the patriarchy

Film: A superhero to pummel the patriarchy

The challenge of combining Diana’s mythological origins with a full-scale WWI film leaves a lot to accomplish

Chess with Sam Collins

Chess with Sam Collins

Stefan Mazur v Maxim Matlakov

Classical Notes: The fearless diva DiDonato returns with war and peace

Classical Notes: The fearless diva DiDonato returns with war and peace

DiDonato is a fearless and inspirational artist, no matter what she tackle

Review: Trio’s jazz spiced with Middle Eastern flavours

Review: Trio’s jazz spiced with Middle Eastern flavours

All three players are brilliant exponents of contemporary music

Nothing matters in Kureishi’s novel about adultery

Nothing matters in Kureishi’s novel about adultery

FICTION: The Nothing, By Hanif Kureishi, Faber & Faber, €20

Kasparov’s polemical move offers insight but lacks real depth

Kasparov’s polemical move offers insight but lacks real depth

Science: Deep Thinking: Where Machine Intelligence Ends and Human Creativity Begins, By Garry Kasparov with Mig Greengard, John Murray, €17.25

Banville whips up a heady brew in his favourite city

Banville whips up a heady brew in his favourite city

FICTION: Prague Nights, By Benjamin Black, Viking, €17

Television: How a once-great show was Trumped

Television: How a once-great show was Trumped

While this is still an undeniably well made show, it’s hard to give a hoot what goes on in it

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Previews of the week

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