Grow, Cook, Eat, Repeat: We talk to Karen O’Donohoe and Michael Kelly about supermarket plastics

Karen O’Donohoe and Michael Kelly tell Ciara McDonnell what to expect from series two of Grow, Cook, Eat.

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Learning Points: Game, set, and match for toxic masculinity?

Toxic masculinity. Nothing has divided public opinion quite like this topic in recent times.

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Maketime for kids

As Benji Bennett marks the 10th anniversary of ‘Before You Sleep’, he continues to deliver a powerful message, writes Áilín Quinlan.

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As Tom Ford gets a big new fashion role, what’s his legacy in the industry?

He cut his teeth at big brands like Gucci, before going on to set up his own label and then delving into the world of film.

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Should you be applying SPF to your eyelids?

A new eyeshadow contains SPF in the hope of protecting this delicate area.

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50 shades of beige. How did boring beige get to be such a fashion trend?

It’s official. Beige is the new black or, should I say, the new bland. Once an outlier on the Pantone charts, the non-descript neutral-turned-modern day insult ...

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Try an Indian breakfast recipe with Darina Allen

To celebrate Holi, the festival of colour and love- a piece on India.

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Are you drinking out of the right wine glass?

To help you get the most out of your stemware, we size up the best shape for your favourite sip, says Sam Wylie-Harris.

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Cookbook review: The Flexible Pescatarian by Jo Pratt

It’s time to cook some fish, discovers Ella Walker.

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Full disclosure: 'I told my kids I had cancer'

Helen O’Callaghan on the need to be open about serious illness.

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7 things to eat and drink to help beat disease – according to a Harvard-trained doctor

In his new book, Dr William Li explores how certain food stuffs can influence our health. Lisa Salmon finds out more.

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Want to up your at-home yoga game? 7 best buys to add to your wish list

Liz Connor reveals her top kit picks – so you can tone, stretch and soothe stress from your living room floor.

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What is Bauhaus and why does it matter today?

Kya deLongchamps explains what Bauhaus is, and why it matters today.

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Can a craft exhibition have Brexit influences?

With Ireland chosen to host a major exhibition on European craft, we’re treated to everything from unconventional ceramics and traditional basket making, to ...

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Interiors profile: Senior Designer at DFS Rob Ellis

Rob Ellis is Senior Designer at DFS. Here he speaks to Aileen Lee about his role.

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As seen on screen: Seville is the perfect backdrop for a cinematic weekend break

Countless TV and film crews have used the Spanish city in their productions. Laura Paterson finds out why

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Keeping up with Los Cabos – the Mexican resort the A-list loves

Celeb haunt Cabo San Lucas is famous for its raucous nightlife, but is there more to the town than just bar-hopping? Katie Wright finds out.

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Amsterdam – a destination so Instagrammable, even 16th-century artists were painting snapshots

The Dutch city celebrates 350 years since the death of Rembrandt. Gabrielle Fagan goes in search of the original selfie.

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The early career and defection of Rudolf Nureyev who captivated Paris

David Hare tells Esther McCarthy about writing a film on the early career and defection of Rudolf Nureyev.

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Double act on a one-woman play

Hanging by the telephone, waiting for offers of work, was not something that actor and writer, Clare Monnelly, could tolerate.

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A Question of Taste: Derek Burke

Derek Burke is from Lisgoold, near Midleton, Co Cork.

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How to make your garden a plastic-free zone

There are different materials and products out there to help you go plastic-free in the garden. Hannah Stephenson looks at 5 options.

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Kunta Kinteh: A tiny island’s huge impact on world history and culture

ONE of the most famous names from the modern TV era is that of Kunta Kinte, whose fame in television land, for a certain audience, may only be surpassed by JR Ewing ...

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Donal Hickey: It’s in our interest to help bees

Even people with only a slight interest in the natural world seem to be talking these days about varied weather in winter and early spring, which is again highlighting ...

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