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SUNDAY BEST – 40 YEARS OF THE SUNDAY GAME For 40 years, The Sunday Game has been bringing Gaelic Games to Irish audiences, provoking countless Monday morning arguments along the way. Featuring a starry team sheet of producers, presenters, pundits and players, this is the story of how a GAA highlights show became a national institution.
MY YELLOW BRICK ROAD Kellie Hempenstall is a single Mum from Newcastle, County Wicklow and she’s asked the gang to help ‘get her sparkle back.’ She is a mum, a creche assistant and also a carer to her own mother next door. Her friends have noticed she hasn't been herself lately.
EAR TO THE GROUND Ella McSweeney is in Cork to find out what the options are for farmers who struggle to house spring calves. Helen Carroll examines award-winning produce in Offaly and in Mayo Darragh McCullough seems sheep being fetched from mountain commonage.
THE WORKS PRESENTS… Brought up in Derry’s Bogside, actress and musician Bronagh Gallagher’s childhood was one filled with books and music that made a lasting impression and strongly influenced her career.
CAT HOSPITAL A stray cat wearing a cone-shaped collar turns out to be living a double life; a highly spirited cat called Charlie gets his annual check up and a sphinx cat called Vader is treated for painful spots on his tummy.