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Screenwriter Maire tackles the big themes in Cinemagic's Grace and Goliath

Joanne Sweeney
ONLY a true optimist could bring light out from the darkness of the power-crazed murder lust that drives Shakespeare's Macbeth but that's exactly what Omagh-raised screenwriter Maire Campbell succeeded in doing last year as artistic director of Youth Action Northern Ireland.

20 Questions: Nathan Carter on why he's off Wagon Wheels

1) Up and at it – what is your morning routine? I don’t generally have a routine every morning, as I’m gigging a lot at weekends and don’t get to bed until the wee small hours, so my alarm is set for different times every morning.

Iontais úra le fáil in Barcelona taobh leis na pleisiúir a bhíonn i gconai ann

Robert McMillen
Chaith Robert McMillen seal in Barcelona an tseachtain seo caite agus fuair sé cuireadh nach dtiocfadh leis a dhiúltú - cé gur thug sé iarraidh - ó fhear as Baile Átha Cliath a dhéanann curaí i bpríomhchathair na Catalóine. Ach tá níos mó ná bádaí Éireannacha le suim a chur iontu sa chathair álainn seo ...

The joy of watching Barry work

Anne Hailes
“MY DREAM job! Imagine, I was paid to go to the pictures with Barry Norman – a bit like being paid to have tea and cake with Mary Berry, only much, much better!" So says John Marley, originally from Andersonstown but now living in London, of his time working with the late great film critic, who died last weekend at the age of 83.

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