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THE BORD GÁIS ENERGY IRISH BOOK AWARDS 2015 The annual Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards brings together the entire literary community – readers, authors, booksellers, publishers and librarians – to recognise and celebrate the very best of Irish literary talent. Keelin Shanley and Evelyn O’Rourke present highlights of this year’s ceremony.
IRELAND’S FITTEST FAMILY This week it's the first of the semi-finals with two families making it into the final.
STETSONS AND STILETTOS In this episode we spend the busiest weekend of the summer behind the scenes at the Allingham Arms Hotel in Bundoran and meet the staff, the artists and the guests for a crazy weekend away - country style!
FAIR CITY WEEK 49 Family pressures proves too much for Eoghan, Robbie's past bubbles close to the surface, Kerri-Ann makes a stand and Farrah and Heather continue to lock heads.
IRELAND’S RISING ***NEW SERIES*** In Ireland's Rising, a new four part series for RTÉ One, Anne Doyle, Ryan Tubridy, Jim McGuinness and Fiona Shaw will return to their home/ancestral county to explore its connections with 1916.
THE MARIO ROSENSTOCK SHOW This week on 'The Mario Rosenstock Show' Keith Duffy will joined by his good buddy, Keith Duffy. The Oireachtas Banking enquiry has a very special visitor and Brian Cody makes his TMRS debut to discuss hurling tactics.
BRESSIE’S IRON MIND *Concluding part* Having slogged through six months of mental and physical preparation with varying degrees of success, the Ironmind team find themselves facing into one of the world's hardest endurance events, a 70.3 Triathlon in the sweltering heat of Lanzarote.
DEUTSCHLAND 83 ***NEW SERIES*** Deutschland 83 follows Martin Rauch, a young spy caught between two worlds, who is sent by the East German Intelligence Service (the HVA) to discover NATO’s military intentions. Set against a backdrop of fervent political feeling and the threat of nuclear war, Martin must leave everything he knows for a new life undercover in the West. But nothing and no one is as they seem.
THE LATE LATE TOY SHOW IS MOST-WATCHED PROGRAMME OF THE YEAR RTÉ One   THE LATE LATE TOY SHOW IS MOST-WATCHED PROGRAMME OF THE YEAR Last Friday night’s The Late Late Toy Show is the most-watched programme on television in Ireland so far this year, with an average of 1.36 million* viewers tuning in to watch the entire show. Attracting audiences young and old, the show […]
NATIONWIDE This week on Nationwide, the team meets some people who came to this country as refugees many years ago and now call Ireland home; we visit Cork to see the crafts on display at the Craft fair in Cork's City Hall; we meet the Mayo boy who is embarking on a musical journey just right for the Christmas period; and Limerick takes centre stage as the programme visits some of the thriving industries and businesses of the city which are all members of the 200 year old Chamber.