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Interview: Kate O’Riordan on why making Smother was a breath of fresh air

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Interview: Jim Sheridan on why he took up the story of Sophie Toscan du Plantier

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TV review: A busman’s holiday for Bannon as he navigates a small world

Interview: The 2 Johnnies on going global

TV Review: The letters to Gaybo that laid bare our nation’s darker side

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TV Review: Going Underground to revisit America’s grim past

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Appetite for Distraction: our pick of home entertainment