Critics, Magazine /

The lady reappears: Princess Diana

The lady reappears: Princess Diana

Twenty years after her death, Princess Diana’s latest instalment of thoughts from beyond the grave will cause yet more discomfort to an already nervous British monarchy

Television: The Byrde trail that’s worth following

Television: The Byrde trail that’s worth following

Ozark improves as it goes along, with excellent performances from Bateman and Laura Linney

Jason Blum: The film producer breaking convention

Jason Blum: The film producer breaking convention

'I work for free. If the movie is a success, everyone gets paid. If it doesn’t work, we go back and try again'

Television: Circus Vincenzo rolls out of town

Television: Circus Vincenzo rolls out of town

Tonight with Vincent Browne: TV3

Previews Of The Week

Previews Of The Week

Preview: Best of TV, film and downloads

Theatre: Misery memoir musical rises up from the Ashes

Theatre: Misery memoir musical rises up from the Ashes

Angela’s Ashes is a triumphantly old-fashioned crowd-pleaser

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

Reddy for her close-up

Reddy for her close-up

Terenure singer/songwriter Ailbhe Reddy has come a long way in a short time, but she’s adamant that her career won’t be rushed along

Film: An epic approach to a WWII drama

Film: An epic approach to a WWII drama

As much a departure as a real-life subject like Dunkirk is for Nolan, his intricate mark is all over it

Classical Notes: The marvel of the Marble City

Classical Notes: The marvel of the Marble City

The Kilkenny Arts Festival has something for everyone

Chess with Sam Collins

Chess with Sam Collins

Shakhriyar Mamedyarov v Magnus Carlsen

Isolation and loss at heart of rural fable

Isolation and loss at heart of rural fable

FICTION: This Family of Things , By Alison Jameson, Doubleday Ireland, €19

Stone serves up a series of softballs to Russia with love

Stone serves up a series of softballs to Russia with love

Politics: The Putin Interviews: Oliver Stone Interviews Vladimir Putin, By Oliver Stone, Hot Books, €15.50

Shining a light on the dormant potential of women’s football

Shining a light on the dormant potential of women’s football

SPORT: Under The Lights And In The Dark: Untold Stories of Women’s Soccer, By Gwendolyn Oxenham Icon Books, €17.25

Television: Behold an empty throne

Television: Behold an empty throne

I’ve quite an aversion to fantasy history and makey-up worlds