Success stories that involve innovative theatre companies are incredibly rare, so let's hear for Origin and its artistic director George Heslin, who this month is celebrating the conclusion of the company's dynamic 15th season.
The double standards are so omnipresent that most of us can't even see them. Undeniably, men are half of the reproductive cycle, but did you know that represent only about a quarter of the total contraceptive use?
In "Eunice, The Kennedy Who Changed The World," Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eileen McNamara successfully rescues her subject from the fringes of her brothers lives and places her back where she belongs, at the center of her own story.
In his new book "I Will Not Serve: The Priest Who Said 'No' To Hitler," Irish author David Rice has found a timely subject in the moral courage of one Catholic priest who refused to tailor his conscience to suit the times he lived in.
Book review: "The Adoption Machine" by Paul Jude Redmond - Ireland, from the year it received it's independence in 1922, set the global standard for the mistreatment of single women and girls aged from 12 to 48, as well as the neglect or cruel mistreatment of their babies.
Irish writer and director Imelda O'Reilly has just been invited to the Cannes Film Festival where her latest project We're The Kids In America has been selected for development by the Cinefondation Atelier program.