Willie O’Reilly: The unlikely stars whose little treats brighten our days

From 1980s pop stars to gifted musicians, thank heavens for those social media performers coming up with new ways to make lockdown more bearable

12th February, 2021
Willie O’Reilly: The unlikely stars whose little treats brighten our days
Patrick Dexter, cello player, posts his performances online from outside his home in Co Mayo

Binging is the new word we used to describe our TV consumption. The arrival of Netflix and the catch-up players make it possible to consume multiple episodes in one sitting: we bloat ourselves watching an entire season of Schitt’s Creek while lying almost comatose on a sofa. It’s a great indulgence for the long winter nights, but we know we shouldn’t binge. It’s overkill. Binging is bad.

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