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Who's afraid of the big C?

18 September 2010 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Once again American TV has produced a brilliant and imaginative new drama series. And this time the subject is terminal cancer. We asked Jenni Murray, below, and other leading figures who have lived with it, whether The Big C's comedic approach does justice to such a dark subject

'Jokes from friends about laughing my tits off were risky, but told with such generosity I couldn't help but be grateful'

Jenni Murray, Journalist and broadcaster who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006

American television has done it again. The freshest and best drama series have travelled across the Atlantic in recent years, tackling the most difficult of subjects. They've ranged from death and the undertaking business in Six Feet Under to the underbelly of the 21st-century inner city in The Wire, through the seismic cultural changes that took place in the 60s in Mad Men and now, the toughest topic »

- Jenni Murray, Lionel Shriver, Barbara Ehrenreich

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Irish women vote Colin Farrell Ireland’s best holiday companion (IrishCentral)

6 August 2010 5:48 AM, PDT | IrishCentral | See recent IrishCentral news »

A survey on LastMinute.ie has shown that Irish women believe Colin Farrell is the ideal holiday companion. The ex-bad boy Farrell and his cheeky charm managed to win the top spot over Irish American comic Des Bishop and rugby stars Tommy Bowe and Brian O’Driscoll to win. Carey Withey of lastminute.com said: "We're not surprised by the choices, there's not many people, myself included, who wouldn't mind holidaying with Colin Farrell! Through the survey LastMinute.ie also learnt that their respondents looked for a good sense of humor, honesty and thoughtfulness in their ideal celebrity companion. It’s not surprise that Irish politicians were voted the worst possible companions by 43 percent of those asked. International, again no surprise, that George Clooney was popular. In fact the Irish American beat the gorgeous and quirky Johnny Depp. Other winners: Most popular female celebs to holiday with (Irish): 1. Kathryn Thomas »

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Top 10 funniest Irish celebrities for St. Patrick's Day (IrishCentral)

24 February 2010 4:01 AM, PST | IrishCentral | See recent IrishCentral news »

1. Stephen Tyrone Colbert. Subtle, understated, brilliant. Just came back from a gig at the Vancouver Olympics where he killed them with an Irish stand up routine at the Irish House. Despite the humor takes his Irish heritage seriously 2 Jimmy Fallon. Creating a new niche for himself as the next king of late night on NBC. Watch out Leno, he'll have you pensioned off in no time. His Robert Pattinson take-off is hilarious 3. Conan O'Brien. Where will the Great Big Red One end up? Everyone thinks Fox and he'll start his show 30 minutes before Leno. One other reason for Jay to retire 4. Bill Maher. Still the great one with a fresh show these days on HBO. Needs Republicans in power to show his sharpest wit and wisdom 5.Denis Leary. Was once the king but probably on the down slide. Too many silly movies but great in his day and on his »

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