The struggle to get in the zone when working from home
The coronavirus could result in a lot of us working from home in the coming days. It’s an arrangement that seems cushy at face value, but it can turn out to be anything but
“No, really, I’m busy. Leave me alone.”
It’s the doorbell that I’ve come to find most annoying. After 20 years working from home, it’s probably the single irritation that most endures.
It always rings just when I’m really getting stuck into something, be that a pitch, an email or an article. Invariably, the person at the door is selling something I don’t want, or hoping I’ll...
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Emer McLysaght: Dazed and confused in a new age of A&E
Our columnist takes a rather thrilling trip to hospital for a headache that just won’t go away
The Ministry of Bodies: Looking back in anger at medical misbehaviour
Seamus O’Mahony’s memoir of working life at Cork University Hospital is a fascinating mix of contrariness, despair and resignation
Merciful hour: Stephen Rea and Judith Roddy interviewed
The Northern-born actor and his compatriot Judith Roddy jumped at the chance to appear in Frank McGuinness’s eagerly awaited new work, The Visiting Hour