Another week, another weekend and another bumper packed Weekend magazine, full of suggestions for summer days and (weather permitting) summer nights.
Chanteuse Camille O’Sullivan talks about her link to Northern Ireland, her lockdown activities and her joy of finally getting back to gigging.
Wildfire, the must-watch film set in a fictional border town, is set for a September release but up for five Irish Film and Television Awards this Sunday. We speak to its writer and director, Newry-born Cathy Brady and one of the film’s lead, Nora-Jane Noone, about the dedication and detail involved in delivering such an important movie.
John Mulgrew asks the offal truth about offal – are NI diners ready for more on their plate? Restaurant reviewer Joris Minne gives his view on an extra special afternoon tea, while Gary Law looks at the true spirit of entrepreneurship.
Resident chef Paula McIntyre offers recipes that are cream of the crop while Donal Skehan has a trio of meals made for cooking over hot coals.
Frank Mitchell’s considered column may make for difficult but necessary reading and Eimear McGovern says that when it comes to politics, it should be more about the brief than the briefs.
In telly, we’ve got your seven-day listings and our armchair critic, Billy Weir, wonders if time’s up for Countdown.
Have a great weekend.