"Is this scepticism or a conspiracy theory?" Owen Connors looks at the continuing debate over adding fluoride to drinking water.
How do you tell someone's from Ireland? Listen carefully to how the letters I, R and L are pronounced. We look at these and other elements of the musical-sounding speech heard in Ireland in part 3 of our series on varieties of English.
GRAMMAR EXTRA15 grammar tables
Then and now
Blue, green or orange?
Owen Connors describes the 2,000-year history of the Irish sport of hurling.
English for travellers
HISTORY: Who shot JFK?
Three sections from the November magazine for our Premium users: traditional sports in Ireland; the man who (probably) killed John F. Kennedy; and our language cards to keep and collect.
This month on Spotlight Audio: Romantic London, building your vocabulary, eating in a restaurant, Irish sports and more.
Three sections from the October magazine for our Premium users: the Badlands of North Dakota; Ireland's mounted police; and a chance to live on Mars.
"Dublin Noir" is the title of our short story in September. How realistic is crime fiction in Ireland? Owen Connors from Dublin explains.
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