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The Irish For: Teaching toddlers Gaeilge through the art of storytelling
Story-time is a great way to teach preschoolers píosa Gaeilge, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.
This is still the best telling ever by kids of the St Patrick story
It’s 13 years since Brown Bag animated a 1960s tape of Dublin children telling saints’ stories – but it never grows old.
Portraits of beautiful people: A weekend in Marrakech
More stunning photography from Donal Moloney.
From dial-up to The Devil Wears Prada: How the internet helped this writer's career
Sophia Stuart’s career began when the internet was taking its first steps, and her fascination with it took her all over the world.
Did you live along the border during the Troubles? This project is seeking your voice...
The Border Lives storytelling project is collecting comments and stories from people who used to lived in the border counties during the Northern Ireland conflict.
Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba's life story to be told in cartoon form
Some of the proceeds raised by ‘From Tito to Drogba’ will go towards financing health and education projects in Africa.
This emoji biography of Miley Cyrus is frighteningly accurate
Could Emoji storytelling be the future?
Column: Guess what? Sci-fi films can be artful, funny – and Irish
Irish film isn’t best known for its sci-fi storylines. Writer-director Alan Brennan explains how over came prejudices about the genre to fulfil his dream of bringing his Irish sci-fi rom-com, EARTHBOUND, to the silver screen.
Two out of work filmmakers launch creative app for exploring Dublin
The app features audio clips and videos of people around the city telling stories about their lives and experiences in Dublin.
River Shannon gets storytelling project
Arts project wants people to relate their tales of Ireland’s longest river and its effect on their lives.