Ebene Magazine – The Remote: Framing Britney Spears, Eve Hewson’s eyes and Ireland’s Fittest Family finals


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What about everything? People are a little more at home these days than usual. So we have everything for you, whether you want a solo TV evening or one for the whole family.

A new psychological drama from the makers of The Crown starring Eve Hewson from Ireland is coming to Netflix this weekend.

The six-part series Behind Her Eyes is based on a novel of the same name and is about a single mother who goes through a Affair with her boss finds solace and new life.

After her TV roles in The Knick and The Luminaries, Hewson plays the despised wife of the adulterer.

A new New York Times documentary titled Framing Britney Spears sparked a heated online debate about the media treatment of female celebrities.

The show focuses on Spears during the height of her fame and image and most recently, their state of mind became misogynist fodder for magazines, talk show hosts, and the general public.

Spear’s former boyfriend Justin Timberlake was even asked to apologize after his actions came into focus. The show made waves in the US but will air on Sky Documentaries this week.

Niall Quinn on the line of contact when Ireland faced the Netherlands on Lansdowne Road in 2001.

Source: EMPICS Sport

Niall Quinn: In the Bootroom to Boardroom, the man sits down with Tommy Martin himself to discuss one of the most fascinating careers in Irish football.

Quinn is one of the most popular athletes in this country, starting out at minor hurling in an All-Ireland final up to the top scorer in his country and hero in the English clubs Man City and Sunderland.

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After Quinn was ridiculed by Roy Keane as « Mother Theresa », he later gave Keane his first chance as a manager at Sunderland. More recently he has focused on reforming the FAI.

The nice thing about the show is how seriously it is taken by everyone involved, right down to RTÉ commentator Darragh Maloney, who covers what happened in detail. < As with most Irish shows these days, Davy Fitzgerald is part of the furniture as one of the coaches. He is joined by the Olympic hurdler Derval O’Rourke (who has two families in the final) and the rugby international Donncha O’Callaghan.

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