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Ros na Rún, Ireland’s only rural TV drama is gearing up to its season finale tonight (Thursday) with compelling and complex stories of deceit, aggression, anger and narcissism. It appears the entire village is hiding something or a secret from someone to protect themselves at all costs. The TG4 drama comes to a highly dramatic and breath taking end at 8.30pm.
AFTER SPENDING the last few weeks looking through streaming services from abroad, like Netflix and Amazon, I spent the last week trying to limit my content to local services. TG4 as we all know is a brilliant local resource, but maybe you have not seen the quality content they have in their website for free?
A new series for TG4, Gaeltacht 2020, presented by journalist Eibhlín Ní Chonghaile, a resident of Ballina, takes a look at the current state of the Gaeltacht.
RTÉ News haso announced the appointment of Galway-native Ailbhe Conneely as its new Social Affairs & Religion Correspondent. For the past 17-years Ailbhe has worked as a news reporter across all RTÉ platforms, including as a member of RTÉ’s political staff for seven years, reporting on events in the Houses of the Oireachtas and the European Parliament.
If you missed it last night, this evening (Friday, April 3) you will have another chance at 11.10pm on TG4 to catch Laochra Gael's hour long show on Mayo legend David Brady.
Famed Galway hurler Iggy Clarke is a Galway hurling legend, and hius eventful life on and off the pitrch will be the subject of TG4’s Laochra Gael programme tonight (Thursday).
FIRST BROADCAST on RTÉ in June 1979, Bosco was an Irish children's television phenomenon and a shared cultural experience for a generation, and the legend continues - these days on stage.
A Mayo woman won a cool €29,000 on the National Lottery TV game show Winning Streak last Saturday, 24 years after her mother appeared on the RTÉ One programme.
RTÉ WILL broadcast the Wexford Festival Opera's sold-out production of Antonio Vivaldi's Dorilla In Tempe to Galway's Pálás on Saturday November 2 at 8pm - the first time an Irish-produced opera will be broadcast live in cinema.
Moate native, Kathleen Clavin, had a television appearance to remember on Saturday night as she won a total of €62,000 on the Winning Streak game show.