In the July 6 Irish World

Boris Johnson offers his support to London’s footballers on reaching a Connacht final for the first time.

Full pictorial coverage from Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon where London made history.

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin, speaking in the wake of the leak of controversial tapes of former Anglo Irish Bank officials, has said former Taoiseach Brian Cowen would take part in any future inquiry into the bank guarantee. 

The Brent Irish Advisory Service moves to a new office on Willesden High Road. 

The Islanders, a four man rowing team that includes Cork’s Gavin Sheehan,  break the record for rowing non-stop around Britain. 

The Rolling Stones’ recent Glastonbury appearance prompts Michael McDonagh to look back at the outdoor music show. 

We catch up with Owen Roe, the Irish actor who can currently be seen onstage with Kim Cattrall in Sweet Bird of Youth at The Old Vic.

Stephen Brown, director of The Sea, tells us about the challenges and rewards of adapting John Banville’s Booker Prize winning novel.

Niall Leonard tells us about making the switch from screen writing to the less restrictive format of writing novels and being married to the fastest selling paperback author of all time, EL James of Fifty Shades of Grey fame.

Award winning folk band The High Kings come to London to showcase their forthcoming album. 



Full coverage of London’s footballers who made history in Roscommon at the weekend.

We chat to former World Champion boxer Steve Collins as his son prepares to make his professional debut.  



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