HE was only with us for 22 years, but Buddy Holly’s musical legacy is right up there with the best of them.
THE legacy of Buddy Holly can be seen everywhere, but The Beatles were huge fans.
The story of Buddy Holly, part three: Just how huge would he have become had the music not died that day?
ON January 8 1958 Elvis Presley turned 23 and would within weeks be drafted into the US Army in Arkansas.
WHEN your big brother is a bit special, you have to do something out of the ordinary to keep up – that is how we got The Sweeney.
In cinemas this week: Will power finally gets Sir Kenneth Branagh the ideal role as Shakespeare in All Is True
IF anyone was born to be the Bard, it’s Kenneth Branagh.
NEXT time you see the BBC’s Orla Guerin reporting from a war zone in her flak jacket, remember she’s not the first Dublin-born correspondent to risk life itself for her reports.
Fantastic folly or architectural horror? The story behind the Dunmore Pineapple and the UK’s early fascination with the exotic fruit
WHETHER you think the Dunmore Pineapple is a fantastic folly or an architectural horror, you have to admit it’s striking.
WE’LL tell you no porkies – this is The Year Of The Pig.
EVERY winter feels colder than the last, and Britain wouldn’t be Britain if we didn’t endure some snow, ice, blizzards and delays on road and rail.
WHEN you have travelled by motorbike from Vilnius to Vladivostok, nothing is too terrifying.
AS the title of his Born For The Road tour suggests, Nathan Carter loves playing live best of all.