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Get a Taste of this lot

Get a Taste of this lot

This week, try four recipes from a group of chefs who will be appearing at the festive edition of Taste of Dublin later this month.

Fighting words: When interviews go wrong

Fighting words: When interviews go wrong

What happens when an interview goes badly wrong? That’s entertainment, says Nadine O’Regan - even if it can ruin a career or two in its aftermath

Book review: The Globalist: Peter Sutherland, His Life and Career by John Walsh

Book review: The Globalist: Peter Sutherland, His Life and Career by John Walsh

A reverential look at the eventful life and times of Suds

Album reviews

Album reviews

Theatre review: Much Ado About Nothing by Rough Magic Theatre

Theatre review: Much Ado About Nothing by Rough Magic Theatre

Modern twist on gender-bending comedy comes in from the cold

The rise and rise of the Young Offenders

The rise and rise of the Young Offenders

Cork’s Young Offenders are set for another season of mayhem this month. Paulie Doyle sat down with the cast to chat about the show’s success, and what the famous langers are getting up to this time round

The native tongue follows the lieder

The native tongue follows the lieder

Classical Notes with Dick O'Riordan

This week

This week

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

To try, buy  and put by

To try, buy and put by

Natural wine: the surprise element

Natural wine: the surprise element

Far from being part of the radical fringe, natural winemaking is the only way to ensure a safe future for the world’s grape harvests

What teenagers can teach you about climate change

What teenagers can teach you about climate change

The RTÉ Youth Assembly on Climate will see 157 young people take over the Dáil to tell grown-ups what to do to prevent climate catastrophe. Spoiler alert: their ideas are spot-on

Bite size

Bite size

The regular foodie round up by Gillian Nelis

Book review: Boulevard Wren & The Stories by Blindboy Boatclub

Book review: Boulevard Wren & The Stories by Blindboy Boatclub

Fearless second look at modern Ireland, but not as we know it

Book review: Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas by Adam Kay

Book review: Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas by Adam Kay

Mince pies and mortality: cautionary tales from a Christmas casualty ward