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THE BIG INTERVIEW: ‘Robert Fisk left me and the world his legacy of accurate reporting and being very truthful, honest and courageous to say it and speak it in the face of power’

VIEWdigital editor Brian Pelan talks to Nelofer Pazira-Fisk, wife of the late journalist Robert Fisk, about his legacy and the ongoing conflict between Palestinians and Israel The Big Interview (Opens in a new window)

Huge congratulations to Paul Lynch who won this year’s Booker Prize for his novel Prophet Song

Over a period of about four days in September I slowly entered the dark, dystopian world of this compelling story Booker prize winner (Opens in a new window)

North West Migrants Forum launches call to enter Advancing Race Equality Awards for 2023

The North West Migrants Forum has issued a call for individuals, schools or organisations who promote values such as inclusivity, diversity and racial justice to enter its Equality AwardsEquality Awards (Opens in a new window)

Review: Dirty Linen, ‘a deeply personal account of growing up through the Troubles, is an important book for our time’

Wave Trauma Centre co-ordinator Alan McBride reviews DIRTY LINEN by Irish Times books editor Martin Doyle Book review (Opens in a new window)

Lyric Theatre unveils its 2024 Spring season

The Lyric Theatre in Belfast has revealed its 2024 Spring season which includes new work, established classics, visiting shows, and schools performances Lyric Theatre season 2024 (Opens in a new window)

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