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Dress to impress: interview style advice for women

Although a catwalk-inspired outfit won’t necessarily be the sole reason you land your dream job, it’ll certainly make a great first impression.

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There are thousands of secret codes.

How to unlock 76,000 SECRET Netflix categories to find new films and TV shows

There are ‘secret’ Netflix codes to help you unlock niche categories – and there are reported to be more than 76,000 of these “micro-genres”.

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The new season will be on ITV.

NI contestants wanted for new series of Ninja Warrior UK

The makers of television programme, Ninja Warrior UK, are on the look out for anyone from Northern Ireland who wants to be a contestant on the show.

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Book highlights Ireland’s Beautiful North

Book highlights Ireland’s Beautiful North

H aving moved to Northern Ireland from Liverpool several years ago, Dominic Kearney has fully embraced his new home and its culture. He has written for a variety of publications and is a contributor to a number of arts programmes on Radio Ulster.

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The Pink Project - Emily and Her Pink Things (�JeongMee Yoon)

Month long photo festival planned for Belfast

Belfast Photo Festival, Northern Ireland’s premier visual arts festival and the photographic biennial for the island of Ireland, returns from June 1-30, exploring the increasingly topical themes of sexuality and gender and how they relate to the perception and expression of identity social constructs.

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Ian Paisley Jnr. (centre) pictured with actors Timothy Spall (left) and Colm Meaney who played Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness respectively in the film 'The Journey'.

IN PICTURES: Movie premiere of 'The Journey'

A film about the relationship between Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness premiered in Belfast on Thursday.

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Planet Earth II

TV Licensing reveals top moments “worth the licence fee”

The top TV moments from shows most valued by Licence Fee payers have been revealed by TV Licensing.
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A canal

TV licensing reminder for boat owners

With increasing numbers deciding to choose a life on water, TV Licensing is urging boat dwellers in Northern Ireland to ensure they are correctly licensed to watch TV.

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101 dalmations

Top 20 films we claim to have seen

Consider yourself a movie buff? Turns out four in ten of us claim to have watched a film they’ve never actually seen just to appear more cultured in front of friends.

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Entrance to the cinema

14 films to look forward to in 2017

From thrillers to comedies and superheroes, we have already been treated to some big releases this year.

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Dance for life workshop

Dance for life workshop

The Braid will be hosting a ‘Dance For Life’ event on Saturday April 1.

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Screenshot of the application form

TV series 'The Secret Lives of 4 and 5 year olds' now recruiting

The Secret Life of ... is appealing for four and five-year-olds to help make a new series. Do you want your child to be involved?
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Blind Date will return to our screens later this year.

Northern Ireland singletons wanted for new series of Blind Date

A legendary TV dating show makes its return to our screens this year and the production company behind it is looking for Northern Ireland singletons to take part.

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TV licence

TV Licence set to rise from £145.50 to £147

The annual TV licence fee is set to increase to £147 from April 1, 2017, the Government has today confirmed.

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Hollyoaks

Hollyoaks producers warn of FAKE Facebook casting call for extras

Lime pictures, producers of hit Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks have issued a warning after it emerged that companies claiming to be recruiting paid extras on their behalf were doing so WITHOUT the knowledge or consent of the producers.

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Naked Attraction presenter Anna Richardson.

Northern Ireland singletons wanted for Channel 4’s Naked Attraction

Fancy getting your kit off with the aim to find true love?

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I, Daniel Blake screening

I, Daniel Blake screening

The Braid Film Theatre will be screening the award winning film ‘I, Daniel Blake on Thursday March 9 at 8pm.

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June Brown acting as Dot Cotton - BBC image

As June Brown turns 90 here are Dot Cotton's Eastenders highlights

Chain-smoking, Bible-bashing Dot Cotton has been an EastEnders fixture since 1985, and has appeared in some of the soap's most dramatic - and sometimes funniest - scenes.

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'Blind Date' presenter, Cilla Black, who passed away in 2015.

Blind Date to return... but who’ll replace Cilla?

‘Blind Date’ will return to television screens with a new presenter in 2017.

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'Jedi Jim' (left) and Dr Leah Totten (right). Could you be the next NI contestant to impress Lord Sugar?

TV: Applicants wanted for BBC show The Apprentice

Think you could be the next Richard Branson or Bill Gates? The Apprentice is now looking for entrepreneurs to win Sir Alan Sugar’s next big investment.

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