Mateo Alessi on good and bad design and who gives the final verdict : eBay.
One thing worse than working as an actor? Not working as an actor. In his latest diary, playwright Phillip McMahon remembers why he’s not an actor. Anymore.
A brace of lost songs by 19th century composer, Horatia Fielding, get an airing at Howth Castle.
Can Regan come out to play? Culture File deals with the swings and roundabouts with help from DanceXchange, a troupe who are performing in the playground of Dublin for DDF 2013.
Cookbook writer and recipe collector supreme, Claudia Roden, on a life in search of food culture.
A pyrex tea cup containing nothing less than the entire universe, is among the objects sculptor Maud Cotter has brought along as Dublin’s Rubicon Gallery takes temporary residence in Brussels.
When are choreographers like fleas? When they’re thinking about the future of management, of course. Fearghus Ó Conchúir on his notion of fleadership in dance.
Tales of Herb, Lenny, Vov… and Ted, as Joy Bryer remembers the EUYO’s great conductors. (Part 2 of 2)
To celebrate Europe Day, Luke Clancy shares a toast with Joy Bryer, the storied founder and President of the European Union Youth Orchestra. (Part 1 of 2)
Tom Spalding, author of a new study of the street signs of Cork, leads us down those pleasant streets, pointing upwards regularly at the layers of typographical history.
Ulster-raised, Brooklyn-based book artist, Oliver Jeffers, on skipdiving for paintings and other secrets of his art.
A little lighthouse keeping? Gerald Butler, author of the memoir, The Lightkeeper, takes us up the 52 steps well-worn steps of his station at Galley Head.
Not your grandmother’s high tea! We meet the “Dada Gastronomes” behind food art group, The Domestic Godless.
The king of slow music, Morton Feldman, as interpreted by Pianist, Ivan Ilic.
Mo’ broadband, mo’ problems. Philip McMahon dabbles in the mysterious offline world.