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Níl tú leat féin – tá i bhfad níos mó daoine a bhfuil meabhairghalair orthu

Robert McMillen
Le blianta beaga anuas, tá an stiogma a bhaineann leis an mheabharshláinte ag dul i leig. Sin ráite, tá leisc nó aifealtas nó imní ar dhaoine an chéad chéim a ghlacadh agus coinne a fháil leis an dochtuir agus fiú ansin, is doligh le daoine theacht ar na focail chearta le cur síos ar na fadhbanna atá acu ....  

Dark delights

GENIAL and witty, Stuart MacBride does not initially strike me as the type of man who would make his living writing about grisly murders, the stench of post-mortems, rotting bodies and smoked corpses.

Album reviews: new releases rated

SHERYL CROW – BE MYSELF Although this is a return to form for Crow after 2013's country-based and too-cosy Feels Like Home, it's an odd pastiche of her 1990s work.

Bill Nighy and Gemma Arterton in wartime comedy Their Finest

SET during a tumultuous period when upper lips were kept jolly stiff and women on the home front actively served a bomb-ravaged nation pre-occupied with its role in the Second World War, Their Finest is based on Lissa Evans' novel Their Finest Hour And A Half.

Review: The Habsburg Tragedies

Jane Hardy
It's always tricky, post-Python, to make straight references to the Spanish Inquisition but the Queen's imagined confession was powerful.

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