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When producer Niamh Fagan brought director Tom Sullivan and BAFTA winning writer Kevin Toolis together to explore the notion of life and death in the time of Covid, Is Olc an Ghaoth was born.
Galway-based TG4 has welcomed the announcement by government that additional funding will be allocated to TG4 in 2021.In Tuesday’s Budget, the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media approved additional funding of €3.5m for TG4 in 2021.
Baboró International Arts Festival for Children opened in Galway on Monday with a programme of in-person events and a wide range of online activities to enjoy from home, and from school classrooms.
Monday October 5 marks the start of the Baboró International Arts Festival For Children, two weeks of creative, theatrical, musical and artistic events for children to share with families, friends, and classmates.
To mark the historic milestone of the largest independent TV drama production in Ireland, directors and producers of the hugely popular drama series announce details of six celebratory, special episodes dedicated to the many ground-breaking, original and life changing storylines of 'Ros na Rún'. It was the first TV drama series on Irish TV to host a gay kiss and to cast Stephen Fry.
This year has been a big year for streaming tv shows as many people have been spending a lot of time at home due to Covid-19 lockdowns. As many usual holidaymakers are still looking for the right time to travel this summer, others are deciding to stay put at home or opting for a ‘staycation’ instead. Luckily, there are plenty of entertaining tv shows to keep us all entertained for hours. Over the past few years, there has been a sharp rise of binge-worthy tv shows with audiences making them trend on social media. Some of the most watched shows on Netflix in December 2019 were Stranger Things, The Umbrella Academy, You, and Sex Education.
After a successful first season, the educational and inspiring programme Cúla4 ar Scoil returns to TG4 next week, and will broadcast from Monday to Thursday on TG4, beginning on Monday August 31 at 10am. The series will cater for primary school children who attend Gaelscoileanna and Gaeltacht schools as they return to school.
A six part series started on TG4 last Sunday tracing some of the historic highs of Fleadh Cheoils from 1995 TO 2000 and also included in the series, will be the two years in the 1990s when the Fleadh came to Ballina.
The search for Ireland's most talented family is back! TG4 and Adare Productions are looking for families who can sing, dance or play music to take part in the TV talent show Réalta & Gaolta.