What to watch on RTÉ Player!

The RTÉ Player team share their top picks to watch on RTÉ Player

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Don’t Miss the Rugby!

With a weekend of rugby upon us, watch RBS 6 Nations coverage live and on-demand on RTÉ Player along with a host of extras such as a classic match from the RTÉ Archives in October 2001 when England were on course for a Grand Slam but Ireland played the part of party poopers with a 20-14 victory.  Take a look at the big moments from the first four weeks of the Irish team’s campaign in the Women’s 6 Nations Championships and watch post match analysis all on RTÉ Player.

 

What’s new?

Autism and Me

If you missed this revealing documentary exploring the autism spectrum through the experiences of a number of Irish children, teenagers and young adults on RTÉ One, catch Autism and Me now on RTÉ Player.  We hear directly from a range of diverse and engaging participants about what living with autism is like and about how they feel they are perceived by the rest of the world. Through a series of personal testimonies, we are afforded a rare opportunity to see life from the perspectives of those living with autism.  Watch it now on RTÉ Player.

 

What Not to Miss?

Home and Away: Revenge

This Home and Away three part special sees Heath and Bianca super stoked to be back together!  However, on a special trip in the Australian outback, a spectacular helicopter ride takes an unexpected twist.  Events go from bad to worse as a familiar face reappears and a police investigation is launched.  Watch Home and Away: Revenge on RTÉ Player.

 

Last Chance to Watch

Random Acts as Gaeilge

Catch all of the Random Acts as Gaeilge on RTÉ Player.  Meet the broadcaster, linguist and Voice of the Luas, Doireann Ní Bhriain with Snapchat superstar, James Kavanagh for some insightful, educational and hilarious results!  Acquaint yourselves with Na Cnocadóirí, a hiking and hillwalking group set up to do just that, with the added highlight of communicating as Gaeilge.  Discover Hairy Baby t-shirts based in Cork who take pride in offering the Irish public a range of t-shirts that express who they really are with a distinct Irish-language slant trhough slogans and pop culture themes.  Or go along to REIC, a bilingual spoken word night founded by Dublin based poet Ciara Ní É that runs monthly in the Generator Hostel, Smithfield in Dublin.  All available on RTÉ Player.