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Beatha agus Sláinte The first programme in a new series focusing on Irish food and beverage manufacturing companies.
NATIONWIDE This week on Nationwide, the programme focuses on new businesses around the country; presenter Anne Cassin marks the 10th year of ‘Open House Dublin’ with a sneak peek on her very own preview tour; reporter Barraí Mescall pays a visit to The Prince August Toy Soldier Factory in the West Cork Gaeltacht of Kilnamartra; and reporter Ciaran Mullooly visits County Offaly where one of the largest floral festivals in the country took place recently to mark the 200th anniversary of St. Catherine's Church in Tullamore.
SCANNAL This episode of SCANNAL looks back at the events leading to the 1984 Anglo-Irish Summit and its aftermath and talks to the key players on either side of this tense international drama, including: Wally Kirwan, Department of the Taoiseach; Michael Lillis, Department of Foreign Affairs; Noel Dorr, Ambassador to Great Britain; Alan Dukes, Irish Government Minister; and Sir David Goodall, British Cabinet Office.
DEATH OF A SON – The Killing Of Michael Dwyer In 2009 a young man from Tipperary, Michael Dwyer, was shot dead by a secret police unit in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. In this very personal film his mother, Caroline, travels to Bolivia, Brazil, Washington and Brussels as she searches for answers and looks for an international inquiry into why her son died such a terrible death so far from home.
MAIA DUNPHY’S TRUTH ABOUT BREAKING LONDON At the tail end of her 30’s Maia Dunphy packed-up ‘nearly’ all of her things and ‘almost ‘ moved to London and found herself slap-bang in the midst of Generation Semigration.