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Ardal O’Hanlon: ‘As a writer, you want to look into the abyss’
Culture

Ardal O’Hanlon: ‘As a writer, you want to look into the abyss’

With his new novel Brouhaha, Ardal O’Hanlon joins Derry Girls writer Lisa McGee in finding a way to talk about Irish history that actually gets people to listen.

Lisa McGee: ‘Writing Derry Girls, I’ve realised I really like teenagers’
TV

Lisa McGee: ‘Writing Derry Girls, I’ve realised I really like teenagers’

Lisa McGee on the final series of Derry Girls, the end of innocence and her memories of Northern Ireland in the 1990s

‘A lot of Disney soundtrack vibe’: Neil Hannon reveals the music that made The Divine Comedy
The Music That Made Me

‘A lot of Disney soundtrack vibe’: Neil Hannon reveals the music that made The Divine Comedy

What do you get if you mix The Bare Necessities with Scott Walker, ELO, U2 and The Undertones? The Divine Comedy, says Neil Hannon.

Lord Frost is playing chicken with the EU over the NI Protocol. What happens next?
Patricia Devlin

Lord Frost is playing chicken with the EU over the NI Protocol. What happens next?

As it reaches its centenary, Northern Ireland is not ok
Opinion

As it reaches its centenary, Northern Ireland is not ok

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What’s happening in Northern Ireland? It’s complicated
Opinion

What’s happening in Northern Ireland? It’s complicated

Metro front page shows a dangerous British indifference to Northern Ireland
Opinion

Metro front page shows a dangerous British indifference to Northern Ireland

Paul McNamee: Gerry Anderson – a local and national hero
Opinion

Paul McNamee: Gerry Anderson – a local and national hero

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