John Byrne profiles Kevin McBride, the man from Clones who beat Mike Tyson
He was hospitalised, robbed and teargassed, but Shimmy Marcus was making his film if it killed him. Colin Murphy talks to the director of the newest Irish feature film, Headrush
On the morning of Saturday, 1 June 1998, Vincent Browne interviewed playwright John B Keane in a room overlooking the square in his native Listowel for the radio programme Tonight with Vincent Browne. It was the last interview he gave before his death in 2002. This is an edited transcript of that interview
In Dublin, South African anti-apartheid icon Bishop Desmond Tutu speaks out against religious fundamentalism, calls for ordination of women priests 'across all denominations'.
She spent years wooing Charles Haughey to get his support for her television series about him, but can she make the transition from current affairs to chat show? John Byrne profiles Miriam O'Callaghan.
Emma Browne profiles Newstalk's newly appointed station editor, Damien Kiberd.
Colin Murphy sits in John Mortimer's study for a morning of white wine, witticisms and reflections on life and on writing
Michael O'Leary is a houshold name in this country, but he is actualy a retiring and private individual. Hilary Curley profiles a new man for new Ireland.
Regarded as the best political strategist the Labour party has ever had and the brains behind Dick Spring's leadership, Fergus Finlay is finally bowing out. Fergal Keane wonders how he will he cope without the buzz of the political game.