The Irish Times - Weekend Review
WHO ARE IRELAND’S DONOR CHILDREN?
Three angry donor-conceived people The search for identity
The thin blue line
A bloodless coup: The clean fight in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’. Donald Clarke,
BREXIT TALK ‘IDEOLOGICAL CRAP ABOUT SOVEREIGNTY’
Anonymity What do other countries do?
HOW LOW FARES TOOK FLIGHT
My children are creating very different summer memories
‘YOU DON’T RETIRE FROM BEING A WOMAN’
Jimmy Osmond: ‘I think I’d be good in prison – I really keep myself entertained’
WILDLIFE PLAYGROUND ON LIFE SUPPORT
On the equiangular spiral, and how the narwhal got its horn
Your notes and queries for Ethna Viney
Llobregat and Bull Island A case for twinning?
Christopher Nolan How his films rank
‘My feelings never interested me’
From genocide to football glory
Queen prepares to take king as feminism comes to Westeros
How to make great art out of an emoji
Duffy lands the punches while O’Leary plays Judy
Moment of the week Tóibín the teacher
How an Armagh man who was transported to New South Wales for stealing clothes had a Sydney suburb named in his honour
Mum’s the word
Insightful biography and fugitive work shine new light on Fitzgerald
A Who’s Who, a ‘Who’s he?’ and a ‘Where did they go?’
Jovial guide to Stalinism
Why people still want good journalism
An inventive story in a lonesome voice
How to recognise a good picture book? Well, The Thing is . . .
Give us back International Pi Day, you fascists
Give Me a Crash Course In . . . the US healthcare debacle
The Question Why is Dublin still a Dirty Ol’ Town?
Seven Days In numbers
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