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Film: Loach trains his fire on the Tories to righteous effect

Film: Loach trains his fire on the Tories to righteous effect

If you’re not furious after seeing it, you haven’t been paying attention

Deciding the fate of the oldest profession

Deciding the fate of the oldest profession

It would be hard to find two women more polarised in their arguments than Kate McGrew and Rachel Moran

Previews Of The Week

Previews Of The Week

TV, downloads and films

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

Picks of the week

Picks of the week

TV & Streaming

Bridget Jones is back for more with baby on board

Bridget Jones is back for more with baby on board

Still vulnerable, neurotic and a bit of a mess

Science is no laughing matter

Science is no laughing matter

Jimmy Carr and the Science of Laughter: BBC Two

Television: Getting to the heart of health

Television: Getting to the heart of health

Keeping Ireland Alive: The Health Service in A Day -- unfortunately, the dog didn’t bark

Something about Mary hits a nerve

Something about Mary hits a nerve

A Date For Mad Mary; Directed by Darren Thornton

Gay Byrne’s history of keeping the faith

Gay Byrne’s history of keeping the faith

Last Orders with Gay Byrne (RTÉ One)

Face to face with our deepest fears

Face to face with our deepest fears

The Shallows: Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra

Suicide Squad: Just another platoon of psychopaths

Suicide Squad: Just another platoon of psychopaths

A deliberate subversion of the bloated comic-book cinema of the last decade

NYPD Ganging up on the people of NYC

NYPD Ganging up on the people of NYC

Training of NYPD cops allegedly induces a ‘them and us’ attitude

Sweet return of Nemo’s sidekick

Sweet return of Nemo’s sidekick

Finding Dory is Pixar's 17th feature film

On again, off again: Naked Attraction

On again, off again: Naked Attraction

A show that doesn't, er, beat around the bush