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  1. Jim Gibney: Everyone wants to talk about Brexit - apart from the DUP

    Jim Gibney: Everyone wants to talk about Brexit - apart from the DUP

    THERE is an episode in the now classic Fawlty Towers where a manic John Cleese, in full tilt, creates chaos in the restaurant of his hotel, for the staff and for other guests in the absurd, hilarious and desperate lengths he goes to to protect a German couple from hearing any mention of the Second World War from staff and other guests.

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  1. Choosing between food, heat or toys this Christmas

    Choosing between food, heat or toys this Christmas

    "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.

  2. Finding faith in the Borderlands

    Finding faith in the Borderlands

    "We felt there was a growing space in society of people on the borders of faith," says Jonny Clark, talking about Borderlands, a monthly event carving out space to explore themes of music, art, faith and peacemaking 

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Scannán atá ina chuireadh dúinn sult a bhaint as na rudaí coitianta sa tsaol

Scannán atá ina chuireadh dúinn sult  a bhaint as na rudaí coitianta sa tsaol

Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville star in a new film about how illness can transform ordinary love into something heroic. Manville is superb in portraying the physical effects of breast cancer while emotionallly she struggles with her own mortality - and a cantankerous husband, himself strugglng to find the middle ground between empathy and tough love.

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