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Bibi Baskin: “I feel that feminism can be taken too far, it can become anti-man”

A loaded and often polarising term, the word feminism means many different things to different people. For some, it is absolutely essential to continue positioning women in a more equal place in society, while others would argue it is an antiquated word designed to divide the genders and something they’d prefer not to be associated […]

A Night To Remember With Laura Woods

Debs season is almost here and the class of 2017 are busy spending a small fortune on stylish dresses and suits. This is their one chance to take centre stage after the Leaving Cert and feel like a celebrity dressed in their finery! For some, it’ll be the best night of their lives, while others […]

A Night To Remember With James Kavanagh

Debs season is almost here and the class of 2017 are busy spending a small fortune on stylish dresses and suits. This is their one chance to take centre stage after the Leaving Cert and feel like a celebrity dressed in their finery! For some, it’ll be the best night of their lives, while others […]

A Night To Remember With Síle Seoige

Debs season is almost here and the class of 2017 are busy spending a small fortune on stylish dresses and suits. This is their one chance to take centre stage after the Leaving Cert and feel like a celebrity dressed in their finery! For some, it’ll be the best night of their lives, while others […]

A Night To Remember With Bonnie Ryan

Debs season is almost here and the class of 2017 are busy spending a small fortune on stylish dresses and suits. This is their one chance to take centre stage after the Leaving Cert and feel like a celebrity dressed in their finery! For some, it’ll be the best night of their lives, while others […]

Derek Burke shares his debs memories with Lucy Kennedy

Debs season is almost here and the class of 2017 are busy spending a small fortune on stylish dresses and suits. This is their one chance to take centre stage after the Leaving Cert and feel like a celebrity dressed in their finery! For some, it’ll be the best night of their lives, while others […]

THE MODERN FEMINIST: with Maia Dunphy

A loaded and often polarising term, the word feminism means many different things to different people. For some, it is absolutely essential to continue positioning women in a more equal place in society, while others would argue it is an antiquated word designed to divide the genders and something they’d prefer not to be associated […]

THE MODERN FEMINIST: with Lorraine Keane

A loaded and often polarising term, the word feminism means many different things to different people. For some, it is absolutely essential to continue positioning women in a more equal place in society, while others would argue it is an antiquated word designed to divide the genders and something they’d prefer not to be associated […]

THE MODERN FEMINIST: with George Hook

A loaded and often polarising term, the word feminism means many different things to different people. For some, it is absolutely essential to continue positioning women in a more equal place in society, while others would argue it is an antiquated word designed to divide the genders and something they’d prefer not to be associated […]

VOX POP: In The Name Of Our Fathers with Lee and Phil Keegan

Lee and Phil Keegan Mayo star and Footballer of the Year Although he hails from England, the Mayo defender’s dad Phil Snr is a keen gaelic supporter and has been there every step of his football career. What’s your stand-out memory of your dad? He had no interest in gaelic football, my dad is actually […]

In The Name Of Our Fathers with Caroline Grace-Cassidy and Robert Grace

Caroline Grace-Cassidy and Robert Grace Actress and Author An original member of Skid Row with Brush Shiels, Caroline’s father Robert was the ultimate cool dad growing up, and she credits him with putting her on the path to success as a writer. Here, he chats about his memories growing up. How would you describe your […]

VOX POP: In The Name Of Our Fathers with Eileen and Mick Dunne

Eileen and Mick Dunne RTÉ Newsreader Mick Dunne pioneered the television coverage of GAA in Ireland. Fifteen years after his sad passing, Eileen explains how she started out her career in RTÉ as Mick Dunne’s daughter, but he ended up as Eileen Dunne’s father! What is your stand-out memory of your dad growing up? When […]

In The Name Of Our Fathers with Glenda and Noel Gilson

Glenda and Noel Gilson XPOSÉ Presenter She may be all grown up but Glenda is still a daddy’s girl, and her father Noel can stop her in her tracks with just one look. Here, she chats about her memories growing up. How would you describe your dad? I have the best dad in the world, […]

In The Name Of Our Fathers with Nathan and Ian Carter

Nathan and Ian Carter Country Music Star They are both impatient and have a shared interest in property but if it wasn’t for the support of his dad Ian, Nathan’s career might not have taken off. Here, he chats about his memories growing up. What is your stand-out memory of your father growing up? Dad […]

In The Name Of Our Fathers with Niall (Bressie) and Enda Breslin

Niall (Bressie) and Enda Breslin Musician and singer Growing up, people assumed that his father Enda was strict because he was an army man but he wasn’t at all, reveals Bressie, who inherited his logical mind. Here, he chats about his memories growing up. How would you describe your dad in five words? A lot […]

In The Name Of Our Fathers with Brendan and Frank Courtney

Brendan and Frank Courtney Fashion designer and TV personality When his father Frank was paralysed on the left side of his body following a stroke 18 months ago, Fashion designer and TV personality Brendan Courtney spoke openly on his RTÉ documentary We Need To Talk About Dad. Here, he chats about his memories growing up. […]

Patriotic Ryan Tubridy Tell Us Why He Is Proud To Be Irish

There’s nothing quite like being Irish on St Patrick’s Day. As people around the world honour our national day of celebration, we’re back home having the craic or drowning our shamrocks in the local. But, despite the stereotypes, there’s a lot more to being Irish than drinking Guinness. Ryan Tubridy tells RSVP why we should take […]

IRELAND’S OWN with Caroline Morahan

There’s nothing quite like being Irish on St Patrick’s Day. As people around the world honour our national day of celebration, we’re back home having the craic or drowning our shamrocks in the local. But, despite the stereotypes, there’s a lot more to being Irish than drinking Guinness. Caroline Morahan tells RSVP why we should take […]

Alan Quinlan And Son AJ Tell Us About Their Favourite Travel Experiences

Let’s be honest, the closest thing we’ll get to a trip abroad right now is a virtual holiday. As celebs around the world  have kicked off their new year with envy-inducing snaps of their antics away from home, we are dreaming of getting some sun, sea and adventure of our own. Whether it is travelling […]