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Friday 25 April 2014

Five things learnt this week

ROSANNA DAVISON splits public opinion by becoming the first Irishwoman to appear on the cover of Playboy magazine.

Will this be the opening of the floodgates for Irish women exposing themselves, one wonders, as Hugh Hefner could be viewed as a viable alternative to help pay that ever rising pile of bills in the drawer? RTE's new digital television platform will contain an Irish movie channel, when the big switch is finally made on October 24. It would be a good move for the Irish film industry. AVB SECURES his first league win as Tottenham boss and a weight is lifted from the shoulders of the young Portuguese man, however, his side needs to go on a decent run of good results before the vultures stop circling above his head. WEXFORD'S CAMOGIE girls put in a battling performance to secure three All-Ireland senior titles for their county and a prestigious place in our sporting history books. Hats off. RTE RADIO ONE announces that Claire Byrne will host a new current affairs programme to air on Saturday afternoons. A return to where she belongs, for a talented broadcaster.

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