Friday 14 December 2018
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The Young Offenders Christmas Special will air on RTE One on Christmas Day
WATCH: The outrageous trailer for The Young Offenders Christmas Special has landed Those of you still digesting your lunch may want to give The Young Offenders Christmas Special trailer a miss!
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Bob Dylan will headline together with Neil Young (Gareth Fuller/PA) Bob Dylan and Neil Young to play Irish concert next year Aoife Kelly Bob Dylan and Neil Young have announced an Irish date for 2019.
Fair City will tackle the homeless crisis this Christmas Homeless crisis hits Fair City's Carrigstown in hard-hitting Christmas episodes Sorcha O'Connor FAIR City will tackle the theme of the homelessness crisis this Christmas, as two characters from Carrigstown fall on hard times over the festive season.
Ray D'Arcy Revealed: RTÉ's top 10 highest paid presenters - Ray D'Arcy sees €50,000 increase Aoife Kelly RTÉ has revealed the earnings of the top highest-paid presenters for 2016.
Aquaman Aquaman review: 'It’s silly stuff, awash with clumsy CGI, daft beyond compare' Paul Whitington With all due respect to the DC cinematic universe, it’s very much the poor relation of the Disney/Marvel behemoth, and while its films always cost a lot of money, they rarely seem to make much. Wonder Woman is the franchise’s glowing high point, but more typical of the DC output are the deadly dull Batman vs. Superman and the positively stinky Justice League. Aquaman is the sixth instalment, and at least promises some of the wry humour that so distinguished Wonder Woman.
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Bruce Willis as John McClane in Die Hard What makes a Christmas movie work? Here are the essential ingredients for festive flicks Caomhan Keane Christmas, like the next recession, is just around the corner. And as your blood pressure spikes, your teeth grit and your arteries clog, we recommend you skip the cloying carols and the soul-sucking sales and, instead, enjoy Christmas the only way it truly can be enjoyed… through the prism of someone else’s imagination. 
'Crucified in Cannes': Dillon has teamed up with controversial director Lars von Trier for his latest film, The House that Jack Built I literally thought, 'I'm not sure if I can do this' - actor Matt Dillon on his serial killer role in one of 2018's most extreme films Tim Robey In 1983, critic Roger Ebert interviewed Matt Dillon at the apex of his teen-idol celebrity. The 18-year-old had just made a hit of Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders, luring in hordes of hyperventilating female fans. Ebert found him puffing on a cigarette, in a leather jacket, in Santa Fe's old town square. With his brooding, all-American sex appeal, Dillon could hardly avoid the comparisons to James Dean that were falling all about him, from Ebert and everyone else.
Saint Sister (l) Jafaris (m) and Kormac (r) PIC: Brian McEvoy WATCH: Jafaris, Kormac, Saint Sister release video for stunning collaboration on 'Causing Trouble' Aoife Kelly Kormac and Jafaris teamed up with Saint Sister to record a version of their track Causing Trouble, with the video filmed at their recent Olympia headline show.
Annie Lennox Annie Lennox, Jamie Cullum, Paloma faith among artists who sign letter warning of Brexit threat music industry Andrew Woodcock Music stars including Annie Lennox, Jamie Cullum and Paloma Faith have joined figures from across the industry to sign a letter calling for an alternative to Brexit.
Ray D'Arcy. Photo: Andres Poveda D'Arcy received €50,000 pay hike as TV show aired Sorcha O'Connor Ray D'Arcy has enjoyed a €50,000 pay hike, bringing his earnings to €450,000, the latest figures on RTÉ's high earners revealed.
Fleur East (PA) 'It's gotta be Hazza' - Fleur East backs Harry Redknapp to win as she finishes fourth on 'I'm A Celebrity' Bang Showbiz Fleur East has finished fourth on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here'.
Author Laura Sebastian Must-reads for all young adults We all love stories, be they songs, movies or novels, and 2018 has delivered a wealth of relevant and engaging tales for the teen or young adult in your life. So as you gear up for the gift-giving season, consider sharing some of these great books with friends and family.
Barack Obama The best reads of 2018: Our critics name their top picks After another bumper year for books, our critics pick the best reads of 2018
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