James Mahon

One man who has lived, seen and experienced it all, is Irish entertainment journalist Alan Murphy. The 34 year old will now spill the beans this weekend in a new book containing his top celeb interviews. The west of Ireland native has sat down with everyone from Charlize Theron and Enrique Iglesias to Louis Walsh and Janice Dickinson.
Dumbarton know they will not attract big name players, they understand they cannot compete against their namesake, The Championship in England who despite being the second tier of English football is amongst the 5 richest leagues in the world. Yet tonight is about Dumbarton "The Sons of the Rock"...
I happened to be in Paris the week before the so called "Islamic State" launched the concerted terrorist attacks that have
It has been more than 25 years since Channel 4 first aired a little known American kids TV show called Biker Mice From Mars. The series was a huge hit stateside and had reasonable ratings and favorable opinions amongst British children. In 2006 ITV brought it back for one more run to remind us all of the bravery of animated mice on bikes protecting their home planet.
35,000 Britons are employed in mining. An industry with a strong industrial past that still remains a major contributor to
UK emigration rates have been dropping steadily since 2010 according to Migration Observatory. While hundreds travel to make
Ireland's landmark decision to vote in favour or same-sex marriage sent significant ripples throughout the more than 70 million making up the Irish diaspora in the US. "As a gay man myself i have suffered the brunt of homophobia on the streets of Dublin"."
They share a name, they share a similar population size coupled with a strong industrial past but now they share a similar vision albeit 4200 miles apart.
Faculty at Bryan College, which was founded on the beliefs of anti-Darwinism campaigner William Jennings Bryan, are being asked to follow a new Statement of Belief that says "All humanity is descended from Adam and Eve".
When it came to light last month that members of the British parliament had accessed porn sites over a quarter of million times in a year it brought the world of adult entertainment back into mainstream British media. Meanwhile across the pond in the US porn stars were testing positive for HIV.