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Brian McGilloway
Father, English teacher in Holy Cross College, Strabane, and New York Times bestselling author of DS Lucy Black thrillers and Inspector Devlin mysteries.
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Brian McGilloway 8h
Replying to @PeterKGeoghegan
It’s almost as if they don’t care...
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Brian McGilloway Apr 19
Do as I say, not as I do...
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Cormac O'Keeffe Apr 18
said was "shocking and compulsive" and said "think The Wire set in Dublin". Here's a classic scene on policing drugs and affected communities from it
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Brian McGilloway Apr 16
Replying to @goodoldway
Absolutely. Trump’s supporters will see nothing wrong. But for someone who claimed he’d drain the swamp, it’s fascinating to see how mired he is in it himself.
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audible gasp Apr 16
Sean Hannity, to an enchanted fortune telling machine, April 2017: "By this time next year, I want the word 'Pulitzer' next to my name."
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Brian McGilloway Apr 16
I should be marking essays at the moment but the Cohen case updates are just too interesting.
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erica orden Apr 16
Michael Cohen's previously unnamed third client is SEAN HANNITY.
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James Comey Apr 15
My book is about ethical leadership & draws on stories from my life & lessons I learned from others. 3 presidents are in my book: 2 help illustrate the values at the heart of ethical leadership; 1 serves as a counterpoint. I hope folks read the whole thing and find it useful.
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Brian McGilloway Apr 15
is a great shop. And is a super writer. You’re in for a treat.
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NILGA Apr 13
APPOINTMENTS TO THE BOARD OF - are seeking applications from people interested in becoming a Member of the Board of Libraries NI. Applications are welcome from a wide range of people who have an interest in public service -
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Brian McGilloway Apr 13
Coming late to this gents. I’m reminded of that Monkhouse classic - They all laughed when I said I wanted to be a comedian. Well, they’re not laughing now...
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Brian McGilloway Apr 11
Replying to @wayrf
“Were”
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Brian McGilloway Apr 11
Replying to @wayrf
Yes - it was pretty unsettling. As we’re the three girls as the witches which I thought worked really well.
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Brian McGilloway Apr 11
Replying to @wayrf
I agree. Though I confess I found the Porter sweeping up the stage during scenes a tad distracting at some points.
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Brian McGilloway Apr 11
Replying to @BarryForshaw3
Not MCUs finest moment, that film, Barry! What were your thoughts on Black Panther?
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Brian McGilloway Apr 11
Replying to @BorchidJoseph
Likewise. I lost interest a bit after Tom Baker but Eccleston got me interested again. He was so kind with the kids and made a point of speaking to each of them. He was so generous with his time.
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Brian McGilloway Apr 11
Really enjoying the cinema broadcast of and esp ’s interpretation. I was lucky enough to meet him last year. Hearing my kids were fans he FaceTimed them as the Dr! An absolute gentleman and an excellent, very human Macbeth.
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Brian McGilloway Apr 11
Thanks Christopher. That’s very kind of you.
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Brian McGilloway Apr 11
Thanks Liz. I appreciate the support.
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