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Van Morrison's classic song lyrics are to be immortalised in a new book spanning his half-century in the music business.
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The chief executive of the Ulster Orchestra has departed after just over a year in the job.
Beckham's nerves over Only Fools
David Beckham has described how he struggled to sleep the night before making his Only Fools And Horses debut because he was so nervous.
Lloyd Pack comedy role to be aired
The late Roger Lloyd Pack is to be heard in one of his final roles later this month, after being added to the cast of Radio 4 comedy series Gloomsbury.
Latest Music News
Jessie J and 1D back poverty scheme
One Direction, Jessie J, Bastille and McBusted are backing a new scheme to encourage young people to help to fight global poverty.
Final festival headliners confirmed
US rockers Queens of the Stone Age and Paramore have been unveiled as the final headliners at this year's Reading and Leeds festivals.
Styles acts against photographers
Harry Styles has won permanent High Court orders against four members of the paparazzi in his legal battle to end the "crazy pursuit" of him.
Pet Shop Boys' gay rights song
The Pet Shop Boys have taken a gay rights speech as inspiration for a new song.
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Dominic Cooper has revealed that starring in Need For Speed was a dream come true.
Latest Eating Out News
Restaurant Review: Gowdy's at the Racecourse
Down Royal Racecourse has attracted rogues, aristocrats and everyone in between for centuries. These punters have spilled out of Belfast ten or 11 times a year to enjoy the horseracing and breathe in the fresh air of the bleak, level lands of the Maze.
Restaurant Review: Graze, Belfast
This new Ballyhackamore restaurant puffs itself up on its website, but does their menu stand up to the flowery boasts?
Joris Minne: Howard Street, Belfast
The job of restaurant criticism is a serious matter. Restaurants play a central role in our economy, they create and maintain jobs and play a huge role in a town or city's identity and reputation. They are sometimes the only stage on which visitors get a chance to exchange a few words with locals and as such provide one of the most accurate impressions of a place's disposition towards the outside world. They are the shop windows of our society. They must therefore be studied very carefully and sensitively.
Review: The Sooty Olive, Londonderry
Restaurants in Derry/Londonderry are like mushrooms. You wait a lifetime for one to sprout and then half a dozen of them leap out from behind the Peace Bridge at the same time. The Sooty Olive is the latest restaurant to be uncovered in Derry city's Waterside, not far from the temple of good food and genuflecting service, Brown's in Bond's Hill.