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Tuesday 30 May 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Drama

All time
# Interview
'Nothing delivers more drama than Premier League football' sits down with Jim White, who has written a book exploring 21 years of what many believe is the most exciting footballing competition in the world.
# Epic Summer
15 reasons why 2013 was the greatest hurling season of all time
2013 provided plenty of hurling highlights.
# Drama
This is how excited the Clare FM commentators got in Croke Park last Sunday
‘O’Donovan, O’Donovan, YES!, Oh, over the bar’.
# Nail Biting
'Oh Holy Moses' - Marty Morrissey's brilliant commentary at the end yesterday
‘Oh my God, my heart is not good’.
# Late Late Show
Brumbies run in last minute try to take place in Super XV final
Centre Tevita Kuridrani gave the Australian side the victory to set them on course for Hamilton next week.
# why mr darcy
Giant statue of Mr Darcy unveiled in London park
He’ll catch his death in that water.
# Drama
Williams says she apologised to Sharapova 2 days before Maria called her a homewrecker
The beef continues.
# Late Late Show
Scotland steal victory over Italy with last minute try
There was a dramatic end in Pretoria with the Scots winning by a single point thanks to Alasdair Strokosch.
# Samuel Beckett
Original manuscript of Samuel Beckett's first novel for sale
The handwritten rough draft of the modernist writer’s first novel – described as “one of the most important 20th century working manuscripts” – is expected to fetch up to €1.4 million.
# Drama
Dortmund progress to Champions League semi-finals after astonishing finale
The Bundesliga champions are into the final four thanks to two injury-time goals in as many minutes.
# Drama
Drogheda and Dundalk play out thrilling Louth derby draw
It finished two apiece in Oriel Park on Thursday night.
# Deception
Here's everything crazy that happened in the Deception finale
Fluffy bunnies, smutty innuendo, and some killing. Yep, it was insane.
# love hate
12 things we can expect in the new series of Love/Hate
Parenting tips, animal-print underwear and the Real IRA crochet club: we’ve got a few predictions for season four.
# Deception
Last night's Deception: Orange juice, blackmail and LOTS of bare arse
Here’s how it went down. (Bare arse photos NSFW.)
# Deception
Last night's Deception: Hatstands, baked beans and the worst sex ever
Oh, and someone faking their own death. Here’s how it went down.
# Deception
Last night's Deception: Bullying, stabbing, and amazing angry faces
Things got crazy. Here’s everything we learned.
# Deception
11 reasons why you should be watching Deception
Based on episode 2 of TV3′s insane new drama.
# Drama
O'Byrne Cup: Late goal earns Royals a draw
An injury-time strike from Paddy Gilsenan allowed Mick O’Dowd’s men to dodge defeat in Navan this evening.
# love hate
Love/Hate season finale: Killings, prayers and mini macaws
The final episode was a belter. Here’s everything we learned.
# edge of the seat
The 23 most epic matches, races or bouts in sport this year
It has been a very good year (for some).
# Love/Hate
Love/Hate to air on American online video service HULU
RTÉ has announced that the hit drama will be now available to audiences in the United States.
# Arts
New arts programme for people with intellectual disabilities to be launched
Organisers will offer classes in drama, dance and art for those with intellectual disabilities – saying that such activities help people to develop ‘better and faster’.
# dramz
9 reasons why couples are unhappy, according to weird stock photos
Is YOUR relationship problem in here?
# Drama
VIDEO: Loughrea's Johnny Maher lashes out in explosive Galway finale
The Loughrea full-forward was lucky not to see red when he retaliated against two St Thomas defenders in yesterday’s Galway SHC Final.
# TV Recap
Lessons from Love/Hate: Fish tanks, Bambi eyes and bad parenting
Includes the most sinister pigeons in Irish TV history. (Spoiler alert)
# Love/Hate
Last night's Love/Hate... in diggers, kegs and tweets
Did you watch last night? Are you still a bit shook? (Minor Spoiler Alert)
Column: EastEnders plot has no bearing on Children’s Referendum
The dramatic storyline has not gone unnoticed but it should not permeate people’s opinions, writes Tanya Ward.
# Pop quiz
Can you identify these Irish literary quotations?
Go on, give it a go…
# sound and vision
Charlie Haughey drama trilogy gets major chunk of €4.5m BAI funding
Trilogy charting Ireland through Charlie Haughey for RTÉ gets €1m funding and TG4 crime drama Corp + Anam lands €775k of the pot.
# Shakeswho?
One third of British children have never heard of Shakespeare - survey
The survey also found that 5 per cent of people aged 18 to 34 believe that the playwright’s most famous work is Cinderella…
# Drama
VIDEO: Toulouse keeper Ali Ahamada equalises with a backwards diving header in the 95th minute
Toulouse’s 2-2 draw against Rennes on Saturday evening had a dramatic finish and an unlikely goalscoring hero.
# Drama
Imagine watching last season's Premier League finale with City superfan Noel Gallagher...
Fortunately the Oasis man had a camera crew with him when he persuaded a bar in Chile to open up at 10am to let him watch the match.
# Drama
VIDEO: Probably the best sporting comeback you'll see this year
The Rabbitohs beat Roosters, following an unbelievable final three minutes in what has been called a ‘miracle game’.
# To be
Free Shakespeare in Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens this August
Grab a blanket and head down to the Iveagh Gardens this August to see free outdoor production of one of Shakespeare’s best loved plays.
# Drama
Documentary: The Irish Wimbledon finalist who was convicted of murder
TG4 will tonight air a programme on the extraordinary life of Vere Goold.
# Drama
Brian O'Driscoll left 'gutted' by last-gasp Christchurch defeat
Dan Carter nailed a last-minute penalty to deny the tourists a fame first win over the All Blacks.
# Drama
Late, late show earns Carlow a replay against Meath
JJ Smith’s last second goal gives Carlow a deserved draw.
# Shakespeare's Curtain
Remains of early Shakespearean theatre discovered in London
The Curtain Theatre was home to Shakespeare’s company before the Globe was built in 1599.
# Poignant
Documentary to chronicle human dramas at Dublin airport
TV3 six-parter will capture the arrivals and departures, reunions and separations at airport which saw 18.7 million people pass through it last year.
# Arts
Smock Alley Theatre reopening after 225 years
New theatre set to open today on site of original facility which opened in 1662.