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- Apr 15, 2014
The first acts for the 2014 Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen's have been announced – with the names hinting at an impressive international programme for later this year.
The Scottish Play, as it’s known in theatrical circles (bad luck to mention Shakespeare’s tragedy by name) is a Belfast Festival favourite.
'fado' singing - which she will be bringing to the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen's next weekend - is something that speaks mournfully of passion and longing for love and its loss that has a uniquely Portuguese flavour.
The star of BBC2 crime drama The Fall – currently filming in Belfast – brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to the official opening of Deborah McCarthy Hairdressing on Railway Street.
What can the origins of the BBC tell us about its future?
BBC's Research and Development team is developing new tools for the creation and delivery of binaural audio - a production technique that mimics natural hearing cues created by the head and ears.
'There was a special room in Westminster where MPs could watch Spitting Image – to see if they were in it'
constantly sitting at work is bad for you. So could workplaces be rejigged around standing up,
The leading digital comics firm has been bought by Amazon for an undisclosed sum
The elderly Spanish woman who made global headlines for her botched restoration of a fresco in a local church will star in the music video for a song she inspired,
Firm needs regulatory approval in European base in Ireland to issue digital credits that can be converted into cash by recipients
The Guardian and Washington Post have shared the Pulitzer Prize for public service journalism for a series of stories on US electronic spying.
Ofcom says ITV did not do enough to prevent 17-year-old being called a 'crackhead' and 'silly anorexic slapper' by older sister
Not sure if you are complimenting a woman, starting a flirty conversation – or harassing them? Consult our handy checklist
Adventure Island in Southend has erected signs asking its male customers not to take off their tops, and says it will ask those who do so to leave.
A skirmish between Apple and a French publisher over a risque book cover hardly recalls the censorship battles of the past
Swindon's mayor has resigned after making derogatory remarks about disabled people in a training meeting.
In Austria, MPs are fighting to amend a law allowing people to take legal action over the nuisance caused by noisy children, it appears.
Spending lots of time on Facebook looking at pictures of friends could make women insecure about their body image, research suggests
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