Week 36

29/08/15 to 04/09/15

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MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER ***DOUBLE BILL*** Marvel's Agent Carter continues with a double bill.
SPORT ON RTÉ2 Week 36 Dublin v Mayo in the All Ireland Senior Football semi-final and the Republic of Ireland's trip to Portugal to take on Gibraltar in a Euro 2016 qualifier are among the sporting highlights on RTÉ2 this week
IRELAND’S SPELLING BEE The Eason National Spelling Bee competition is fast becoming the highlight of many school kids year. This hotly anticipated annual event is etched in the calendars of 11 and 12 year olds up and down the country. In this fascinating documentary we meet some of these amazing children as they prepare for the biggest test of their young lives. From the County finals to the nerve-wrecking Provincial Finals on the Ryan Tubridy radio show on RTÉ 2FM, these children experienced tension, panic, disappointment and elation with every word and every syllable spelled as the nation listened with bated breath.
FAIR CITY WEEK 36 Heartbroken Caoimhe and Damien struggle to come to terms with the death of their baby boy. Rachel arrives back from holidays with a new look and a new boy in two. Dermot comes under pressure from Deirdre and Ben.
NATIONWIDE This week on Nationwide, we pay a visit to County Leitrim to celebrate the 10th birthday of The Dock art space in Carrick-on-Shannon and to see how the town of Drumshanbo has coped with the issue of unemployment; we look at history and traditions in Irish businesses around the country; presenter Anne Cassin visits the National College of Art & Design Graduate Exhibition; and we meet the new Junior Infants at one of oldest schools in the country, Dromleigh National School in Macroom, County Cork.

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An Scoth Today, the show Dún na nGall agus an Chéad Chogadh Domhanda, about the estimated 5000 people from Donegal who fought in the First World War.
MOVIES AND MUSICALS ‘Be yourself.  The world worships the original.’ (Ingrid Bergman) Today marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the talented and much loved actress Ingrid Bergman. Aedín includes music from three of her films today including Casablanca. From the world of musicals today, hit songs from High Society, Showboat, Cabaret, Chicago and Calamity Jane. RTÉ […]
DOCUMENTARY ON ONE: An open verdict When Gardai entered a holiday bungalow on Mayo's Northwest coast in April 2014, they found a scene of desperation and solitude. Scattered amongst the rubbish lay the body of Marsha Mehran, 36. Marsha, an Iranian born author, set her debut novel 'Pomegranate Soup' in Mayo which became an international best seller with translation into 15 languages.
I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue | RTÉ Radio 1 Extra The long-running, self-styled antidote to panel games. Todays show comes from Bristol. Joining presenter Humphrey Littleton are panellists Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Jeremy Hardy and Tim Brooke-Taylor.
JAZZ ON THE BAY Jazz singer Melanie O'Reilly drops in to Feinsteins at the Nikko in San Francisco to meet the owner - Singer, pianist, arranger, composer & music archivist, Michael Feinstein - "The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook" who is a multi-platinum-selling, 2 -time Emmy and five-time Grammy-nominated recording artist and has received international recognition for his commitment to celebrating America's popular song and preserving its legacy for the next generation.

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