NATHAN Carter, the cheeky-chappy accordian playing singer, entertainer, fast car driver and all-round nice guy, is politely sipping his too-hot soup in a Belfast hotel lobby while trying not to laugh at the same time.
HE USED to boast long, wild, corkscrew curls but today Roger Daltrey's short grey hair is more conservative than chaotic – though with his black T-shirt and jeans combo, and sunglasses with smoky blue lenses (which he wears indoors), there's still an air of ageing rock star about him.
1. When did you think about a career in music broadcasting and what were your first steps into it? I fell into it by complete accident while I was a student at university (music at Queen's University).
An bhliain seo chugainn, 2019, beidh Gaeil ag ceiliúradh na hollphléisce a tharla 50 bliain roimhe nuair a bhunaigh meitheal daoine óga an chéad Ghaeltacht uirbeach in Éirinn, ar Bhóthar Seoighe i mBéal Feirste.
Tá sprid na ndaoine sin ina eiseamlair ó shin i leith agus ba mhian le páistí agus le garpháistí s’acu a bhfuil curtha i gcrích acu a chomóradh ...
BASED on a novel by Nick Hornby, Juliet, Naked is a sweet, reserved romantic comedy set in a sleepy English coastal town, which revels in the power of music to anchor our emotions to a specific person or time.
IN AN early scene of Mike Leigh's historical drama, an exhausted mother presides over her brood in Manchester with stoic resolve as the bitter cup of oppression overflows in the corridors of Westminster.