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Irish films to watch on Netflix

 

What’s streaming on All 4?

ALL 4, the on demand service from Channel 4 is full of great programmes and is completely free. There are a few ads, indeed some in the middle of episodes, but they ran smoothly and with no buffering.

‘We believe in this play. I don’t think I’ll let anything stop it’

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THE OLD saying, ‘’Tis an ill wind that doesn’t blow some good’, has not been without some merit during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Irish films to watch on Netflix

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THERE ARE some great Irish films on Netflix which are well worth watching, but they do not always pop up on the services home page that often.

Are we prepared for life after lockdown?

The answer to the above question for many of us would be “Hell yeah. Bring it on...bring...it....on.”

Make the best out of 'Lockdown' Valentine's Day!

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It's that time of the year again when couples get all loved up and splash out on romantic gifts and treats to express their passion for one another. That's right Valentine's Day is on Sunday but with the country in lockdown, coming up with ideas to celebrate the day may prove difficult. This year and last have been tough for everyone and we thought we ALL deserve a bit of love.

RTÉ Player - better than you might think

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HAVING REVIEWED the best of what is on offer on Netflix, Prime Video, TG4 Player and AllFour, I am almost running out of streaming services to look at, so this week I turned to the much maligned RTE Player.

What's streaming on All 4?

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ALL 4, the on demand service from Channel 4 is full of great programmes and is completely free. There are a few ads, indeed some in the middle of episodes, but they ran smoothly and with no buffering.

A computer science degree can unlock amazing career opportunities

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Since the dawn of the smartphone, we have seen a explosion of software-based innovations hosted in the cloud and delivered via mobile, that are now engrained as part of our daily lives. It’s been stated that “software is eating the world”, from Zoom to Snapchat to Netflix, software really is all around us. Our lives have become more intertwined with computer and mobile applications and it didn’t happen by magic. The most popular applications that we use on a day-by-day basis came from the minds of brilliant computer sciences graduates.

The highs and lows of learning through lockdown

I can still remember the moment I found out we were going into lockdown. I was at a hockey match in Sligo, one of the girls looked at her phone and said all schools are closed for two weeks. I was thrilled, two extra weeks off school! Other than the fact the Patrick’s Day disco was cancelled I was very happy with the unexpected break. Little did I know those days would turn into months and that almost a year later we’d be back in lockdown again.

 

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