London fans, make sure to get your free glossy magazine, celebrating a great year for London GAA with a look back on The Exiles’ march to a Connacht final!
Irish Ambassador to Britain Dan Mulhall encourages people to contact him via Twitter in addition to the usual avenues.
Enda Kenny reacts to his referendum defeat, calling for reformation of the Seanad.
We walk down memory lane with some images from well known Irish photographer Paddy Fahey’s collection. Paddy documented the Irish community in London in the 1950s and 1960s and his images will illustrate an upcoming talk at Kilburn Library by Finbarr Whooley, author of Irish Londoners.
The Irish Elderly Advice Network mark 20 years.
Foy Vance talks to us about his “difficult second album”, The Joy of Nothing.
Choice Music Award winner Gavin James looks to replicate his success at home in the UK.
Cara Dillon updates us on her forthcoming tour and album, A Thousand Hearts.
Actor Ian Shaw tells us about War Horse, growing up in Mayo and his famous father, Robert Shaw.
Fresh singer from Cork McMahon tells us about his new album and incredible journey back from a horrifying car crash.
We catch up with Saoirse Ronan and Kevin Macdonald, the star and director of new film, How I Live Now.
After a “positive” meeting with management, Paul Coggins could be ratified as boss of London’s footballers for a fourth year next week.
London and Fulham Irish forward Lorcan Mulvey receives an All-Star nomination.
Unrivalled coverage of local GAA.
We look ahead to the forthcoming Heineken Cup action.