What is this? comedy? At RTÉ? The national broadcaster who humored that Victor Meldrew was in diplomacy must certainly be laughing.
No, it’s true. His RTÉ new season line-up, announced today, includes: If not, don’t worry.has many viral comedians, including Justin Stafford, Emma Dolan, and Michael Fry.
Some say two Johnnies. do america The series is also viral. But don’t get hung up on that. Thanks to the co-production boom, it’s good to see what happens on the drama front, which is pretty busy this year.
Leading the pack is Season 2 of the glamorous and stylish gangster hit Kin, currently filming in Dublin. Wiping out rival Eamonn Cunningham (Ciaran Hinds) has made the Kinsella family top dogs, but dominance brings its own dangers.
Busy Mr. Hines also appears in comedy drama dry, has been rattling on British streaming service Britbox for several months. A Dublin woman, played by Roysyn Gallagher, returns home to sober up after years of partying hard in London.
Again raking Roy Keane’s strike at the 2002 World Cup. Isn’t it time to reach out to your entire business?
last year’s euro thriller hidden assets It was unexpectedly good.don’t you north sea connection, a joint production with Sweden set in the fishing village of Connemara, will it be made two in a row? The cast includes Sinead Cusack.
murder is happening clean sweep, starring Charlene McKenna as the wife of Detective Garda. She kills her ex-partner in crime when he threatens to expose her dark past.
All of these look very promising. storylandan online single drama strand that finally makes a well-deserved move to television.
In fact Ukraine appears in both documentaries war at homefollows a family who come to Ireland to escape carnage in their home country. handmade SOS In the special, Baz Ashmawy and his team work hard to build temporary housing for refugees.
stardust Returning to the 1981 nightclub fire that claimed the lives of 48 young people, in light of fresh evidence presented to the inquest, Saipan: rebels without the ball Roy Keane is back in the spotlight when he strikes for Ireland at the 2002 World Cup. Isn’t it time to reach out to your entire business?
One genre of RTÉ has traditionally been very strong in his natural history documentaries, and the new season brings two very promising documentaries.Underwater photographer Ken Sullivan dives deep North Atlanticmeanwhile, Liz Bonin’s three-part series island It’s our natural history festival.
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The 10th anniversary of 100 years is drawing to a close, but there are still some products that stand out. Brendan Gleeson is the narrator for his series of three-part documentaries on the ever-reliable Luan Magan. Irish Civil War.
Presented by Sean O’Rourke of Back in the Fold two tribessee the diverging paths taken by Fianna Foyle and Fein Gale after the Civil War.
As the title says, Katie Hannon’s All about communism, sex and jazzdelving into the National Archives to find out what the people of Ireland did after the country became a state can be a quirky highlight.
new music program Mise FRESHIN’ (See what they did there?) promises to put together and combine different strands of music. There’s nothing worse than the boring, middle-of-the-road Saturday night musical pups that have recently been inflicted on us.
Even if The Late Late Showsome other usual suspects come back tommy tiernan showAngela Scanlon ask me anything, first date ireland When dance with the stars.
On the downside, as usual, we are becoming more and more dependent on property porn. cheap irish homes (teeth!), room for improvement, incredible house (not to mention, both featuring Ireland’s only architect, Dermot Bannon), a new one called make your own.
Nearly last, arts and cultural highlights include: tommy tiernans epic westa personal look by a comedian from the West of Ireland. untamedColm Tóibín invests in marsh-inspired pieces by Seamus Heaney and others. Lady Gregory: Ireland’s First Social Influencer (if you insist); and Francis Bacon: The OutsiderU2’s Adam Clayton sifts through his diary to reveal a new chapter in the artist’s life.
And finally, if you can reconcile your love of football with the fact that the 2022 World Cup will be held in the slave nation of Qatar, RTÉ’s coverage is arguably better than anyone else’s.