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This week

This week

An evening with Caitlin Moran, the 12 Points Festival at the Sugar Club and A Taste of West Cork

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

Elegantly waisted

Elegantly waisted

French women are universally admired for their easy, elegant cool - and there are few cooler than fashion stylist and Marc Jacobs muse Camille Bidault-Waddington

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

The bright side of sweet Sauternes

The bright side of sweet Sauternes

Sauternes has been stigmatised as a dessert wine, but now it’s time for a revival

A ‘tell-all’ of already known things with occasional insights

A ‘tell-all’ of already known things with occasional insights

Omarosa Newman talks of the 'Trump cult', but it is obvious she willingly and enthusiastically worked with him in order to advance her own career

O’Connor delves into Victorian London for a beautifully told story

O’Connor delves into Victorian London for a beautifully told story

Nuala O’Connor’s portrait of Victorian London is deeply researched but carried lightly across the page

Dredging up the truth about Adolf Hitler’s final hours

Dredging up the truth about Adolf Hitler’s final hours

There are far too many self-importantly melodramatic passages. Still, Brisard and Parshina deserve great credit for finally nailing their target

Back to the very beginning

Back to the very beginning

Pat Barker tells Anna Carey how her latest novel – a reimagining of Homer’s epic from the point of view of Trojan women stolen by the Greeks – was inspired by a line from Philip Roth, and why she feels psychoanalysis would ruin her writing

Appetite for distraction

Appetite for distraction

As a nation of little ones head to school for the very first time, it’s easy to remember what our favourite teachers meant to us - even though we were probably absolute hellions to them at the time

Emer’s Week

Emer’s Week

All things bright and bountiful

All things bright and bountiful

It’s time to reap and eat nature’s bounty. From blackberries to shellfish and fruit trees, Jessie Collins looks at ways to make the most of the harvest season

Intimations of mortality

Intimations of mortality

The brilliantly scripted Killing Eve (RTÉ One) is a terrific new series based on the four novellas written by Luke Jennings that make up Codename Villanelle

Album Reviews

Album Reviews

Unexpectedly edgy comedy that’s just the Italian job

Unexpectedly edgy comedy that’s just the Italian job

With a running time of just 45 minutes, Roman Fever offers far more complexity than its summertime surface first suggests. It is frothy and funny, but also dark and deep