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Radio in Ireland: Why is radio so appealing to the Irish?

By Conor Lynch / June 1, 2020

Just what exactly is it that makes radio so appealing to the Irish? Is it the chatty nature of it? The companionship it offers? Its relatability? Or might it simply be due to the fact that radio (as well as TV) has the power to distract you from, well, reality, I guess. Of course, each […]

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Irish banter-based humour: What makes it so unique?

By Conor Lynch / May 25, 2020

Dark and unapologetic in nature, the banter-based Irish sense of humour is, well, simply quite special. Add a splash of self-deprecation and slagging into the mix and voilá. Irish banter-based humour is certainly unique. Rest assured you will scarcely find a kind of humour like it. A humour that defines a nation the way the […]

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5 Netflix shows to understand non-touristy Tokyo

By Ayumi Miyano / April 25, 2020

The longer we stay at home, the more we miss travelling around the world. But we can still go for imaginary trips to foreign cities by watching international movies and series, or even learn more about the reality of the city which guide books rarely tell you about. Today, we introduce 5 shows available on […]

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Productive Quarantine: Develop Your Hidden Talents During Lockdown

By Tami Pereira / April 11, 2020

There are two types of people during quarantine: the ones who watch Netflix all day and all night long and procrastinate and the ones that try to be productive. If you are part of the ‘productive quarantine’ group, keep reading, we have some ideas for you!   Playing an instrument Music heals. The vast majority […]

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Top Instagram Livestreams during quarantine

By Tami Pereira / April 8, 2020

Bored at home? Anxious? Wishing you could be at a concert or eating at one of your favorite restaurants? No worries, good news: you live in the age of social media! And Instagram is the app for artists, right? Or at least is full of people that inspire and are inspired by any kind of […]

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The 8 tips to make your Christmas shine in Dublin

By Mia Kim / December 14, 2019

The 8 tips to make your Christmas shine in Dublin if you are away from home. It’s getting closer to the most wonderful time of the year – but for many of us, we are thousands of miles away from home. It definitely feels different to spend Christmas away from family as an ex-pat, but […]

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Global Migration Film Festival 2019

By Jacqueline Russe / December 13, 2019

The 2019 Global Migration Film Festival in Ireland is coming up on 19 December, the International Migrants Day. The 2019 Global Migration Film Festival (GMFF) has been taking place in over 100 countries since 28 November. Next week it is Ireland’s turn to show some of the award-winning short films that were made by migrants […]

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