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ITV escapes censure over bad language by Miriam Margolyes

9 April 2018

The Harry Potter actress, 76, uttered the F-word in January while regaling an anecdote involving Hollywood star Warren Beatty. ITV apologised and said that Margolyes had been briefed about offensive language beforehand. Watchdog Ofcom launched an investigation but has now said it considers the matter “resolved”. The veteran actress had asked Peston: “I’m going to […]

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Geoffrey Rush ‘barely eating and virtually housebound since allegation’

9 April 2018

Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has become virtually housebound and barely eats since a Sydney newspaper alleged inappropriate behaviour towards an actress, his lawyer has sworn in an affidavit. Nicholas Pullen’s affidavit submitted to the Australian Federal Court in Sydney said the 66-year-old Australian actor had suffered “tremendous emotional and social hardship” since The Daily Telegraph […]

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Bryan Cranston wins Best Actor award at Oliviers

9 April 2018

Bryan Cranston has used his acceptance speech for his award for Best Actor at Sunday night’s Olivier Awards to call for more funding for the arts. The Breaking Bad star won the award for his portrayal of deranged TV newscaster Howard Beale in Network. He took the opportunity to urge governments to spend more money […]

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Where to eat in Dublin One

6 February 2017

Thinking of where to eat in Dublin One? The one problem you’re going to have is choosing where! In the heart of Dublin’s City Centre, the Dublin One district spans from O’Connell Street to Capel Street and from Parnell Street to the Liffey Street Lower. This is an area steeped in history that has helped […]

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‘Mia Gallagher is a writer with an artist’s imagination’

6 February 2017

Mia Gallagher displayed an exceptional flair for voice and characterisation in her 2006 debut novel, HellFire, which depicted a young Dublin woman just released from jail and her quest for answers. Beautiful Pictures of the Lost Homeland is set in Dublin, too, and its characters are also searching for answers, but their minds roam beyond […]

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Mills and boon story of Ella Mill's recipe for success

6 February 2017

‘I want to give you a way to eat your broccoli in a way that you actually want to eat it,’ insists Ella Mills Ella and Mathew Mills got married last summer on the island of Mustique Ella is the daughter of Camilla Sainsbury (of the supermarket family) and the UK’s former Northern Ireland secretary […]

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Watch as Phillip Schofield does 'the dab'

6 February 2017

Phillip Schofield proved he is down with the kids by attempting a spot of dabbing. The TV presenter posted a video on Instagram showing him tackling the dance move, in which which the dancer simultaneously drops the head while raising their arm. Phillip Schofield (Ian West/PA) Sitting in what appears to be his kitchen, Phillip […]

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10 of the best from DWTS as Dr. Eva says goodbye

5 February 2017

Dancing With the Stars said goodbye to Dr. Eva Orsmond and dancing partner Sean Smullen this evening, with the pair finding themselves at the bottom of the leaderboard and didn’t receive enough of the public vote to go through Judge Julian Benson was feeling under the weather so Creative Producer of Dancing with the Stars Darren […]

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Gold

5 February 2017

Director: Stephen Gaghan Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Edgar Ramirez, Bryce Dallas Howard Certificate: 15a Running Time: 121 minutes Release Date: February 3rd It would be entirely fair and justifiable to make the calculated assumption that a movie aptly titled Gold would leave you with, if nothing else, a greater appreciation for the shiny rock. It would […]

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Are you ready to ‘Bring Your A Game’ with Lifestyle Sports?

5 February 2017

Are you looking to start this year off by smashing those fitness goals? Looking for some high quality yet fashionable gym gear? #NewYearNewMe? We took a trip down to Lifestyle Sports’ on Mary Street to have a look at their new ‘Bring Your A Game’ collection (we’re warning you, you will want one of everything!) It’s all about feeling […]

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