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Derry Girls laugh off claims viewers need subtitles

Derry Girls laugh off claims viewers need subtitles

Derry Girls has featured on a comedy video released by Channel 4 poking fun at the various complaints it receives from viewers about its numerous broadcasts. The video was released on Twitter and features several stars from the Channel’s numerous productions questioning the complaints made about them.

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1,000 Irish people vote on the perfect age to get married

1,000 Irish people vote on the perfect age to get married

Irish people have voted on the ideal age to get married, and early 30s is considered to be the best time to tie the knot. The survey was carried out by Bannon Jewellers who asked 1,000 members of the Irish public: “What age do you think people should get married …

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Ed Sheeran exhibition reveals he failed all his music exams

Ed Sheeran exhibition reveals he failed all his music exams

Global superstar Ed Sheeran might have written countless great songs but he actually failed all his music exams at college. An exhibition about the red-haired singer has been opened in his hometown of Ipswich, detailing some of the ups and downs he has faced throughout his career.

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Derry Girls star talks about Britain’s lack of education over Ireland

Derry Girls star talks about Britain's lack of education over Ireland

Derry Girls actress Siobhan McSweeney has spoken about the basic lack of knowledge about Ireland amongst the British public, and the issues that has led to regarding their views on Brexit. McSweeney, who plays the ever-frustrated and cynical headmistress Sister Michael in the hit comedy series, was speaking to Joe.ie …

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Who spends the most on takeaway and restaurant food in Ireland?

Irish restaurant and takeaway spending habits revealed

Dubliners spend the most money on takeaways and restaurant meals than people from any other county according to a recent survey. It revealed that people living in the capital spend an average of €115 per month on treating themselves to something fancy rather than cooking a home meal.

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King Henry, Queen Elizabeth and how the harp became the emblem of Ireland

King Henry, Queen Elizabeth and how the harp became the emblem of Ireland

While the shamrock is probably the most widely recognised symbol of Ireland, it’s the harp that has the accolade of being the official emblem. Over the centuries, it’s come to reach across all areas of Irish life, from passports to Ryanair’s tail fin to bottles of Guinness.

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Piano-playing Irish pensioner is becoming a YouTube star

Piano-playing Irish pensioner is becoming a YouTube star

The Irish pensioner that guest starred in the latest Brendan Kavanagh piano video has created a YouTube channel of his own. Patrick Hynes was playing a public piano at St Pancras Station when Kavanagh arrived and joined him to create a wonderful jam session and hit video.

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