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A Classé act in Bordeaux

A Classé act in Bordeaux

To taste the new vintage of Bordeaux’s Grand Cru Classé is to experience the divine

Oscar music to make you swoon

Oscar music to make you swoon

Get Out There

Get Out There

From fundraisers to fun runs and hikes, there’s an outdoor adventure with your name on it coming up soon

TV Review: When the cops cause offence

TV Review: When the cops cause offence

Reviewed this week: No Offence, Channel 4. The C-Word, BBC One. Dark Secrets Of The Lusitania, RTE One. Lusitania: 18 Minutes That Changed The World, RTE One.

Mourne-ful service without a smile

Mourne-ful service without a smile

Mourne Seafood Bar, Millennium Tower, Charlotte Quay, Dublin 4. Tel: 01-6688862. Web: mourneseafood.com. Chef: Andy Rea

The cutting edges of McQueen

The cutting edges of McQueen

Fashion designer Alexander McQueen still provokes strong reactions, even from beyond the grave, writes Ruth O’Connor

Time is the theme for Galway’s early music festival

Time is the theme for Galway’s early music festival

COCKTAIL CABINET NO. 6: Champagne Cocktail

COCKTAIL CABINET NO. 6: Champagne Cocktail

Dont miss: Elegance of Vienna waltzes into Limerick

Dont miss: Elegance of Vienna waltzes into Limerick

Classical: Irish Chamber Orchestra Viennese Prom

3 wines to try, buy and put by

3 wines to try, buy and put by

Two treats for a tasty summer

Two treats for a tasty summer

THIS week, Tara Walker of the East Coast Cookery School in Termonfeckin, Co Louth (eastcoastcookeryschool.ie), has two recipes for a summer lunch party.

Bite size

Bite size

Kensington Hotel: Always in fashion

Kensington Hotel: Always in fashion

The Kensington Hotel is Ruth O’Connor’s favourite place to stay in London, especially for a weekend of culture and haute couture

Screen test: Jon Stewart interview

Screen test: Jon Stewart interview

Jon Stewart made his name as the face of liberal America, fronting The Daily Show for 16 years. But now he’s moving behind the cameras – and is unfazed by any critical kickings. Interview: Stephen Milton. Picture: Victoria Will/AP.

Dylan McGrath: Don’t look back

Dylan McGrath: Don’t look back

Just six years after his Michelin-starred Mint had to close its doors, Dylan McGrath is about to open his third new restaurant since 2011 – and it has a distinctly Japanese flavouring. Words: Gillian Nelis. Pictures: Fergal Ward.