National Restaurant Voucher Launched Today!

The Restaurants Association of Ireland have today launched the RAI Gift Voucher. The RAI have teamed up with Fáilte Ireland to bring you the perfect gift this Christmas. The Restaurants Association of Ireland have teamed up with Fáilte Ireland for 2019 to bring you the RAI Gift Voucher ahead of the Christmas season. Members of […]

How Triumphant Grand Prix In Phoenix Park Helped Nascent Irish Free State To Emerge On The International Circuit

New book tells incredible story of WT Cosgrave’s ambitious plan to use motor racing to showcase Ireland as an independent and progressive modern country Many thousands watched racing cars roar around the Phoenix Park International press declared Irish Grand Prix ‘as the greatest ever held anywhere’ The Irish Free State at the end of the […]

Saves lives yet chokes our oceans. PLASTIC tours nationally with Science Gallery from October 25th

It is essential but polluting. Saves lives yet chokes our oceans. PLASTIC: CAN’T LIVE WITH IT, CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT IT opens at Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin on October 25th 2019 Plastic is cheap to create but expensive to dispose of. It can last forever but is often used only once. Plastic has changed our daily […]

Compelling Stories; Real and Raw in TG4’s new Autumn Schedule

Powerful storytelling forms the backbone of TG4’s new Autumn schedule launched today in Cork City. TG4 is renowned for its documentaries and this season will not disappoint, with an array of compelling and moving stories that reflect Irish life.  There is something for everyone in the line-up of music, sport, entertainment and travel programming that […]

Inside America’s Opioid Crisis – New episode of UCC’s podcast – Plain Speaking

More American’s have died in the opioid crisis, than in both World Wars, outlined a former White House drug policy adviser, on the latest episode of UCC’s Plain Speaking podcast. Between 2001 and 2015, over 530,000 American’s died of drug overdoses, which was more than died in the World War One and World War Two combined. […]

Trials and triumphs of women in sport in Ireland – Mná Spóirt – Croí is Anam – on TG4

TG4 Thursdays from 18th April 9.30pm     In this exciting new three-part series for TG4, former Slaughtneil camogie captain, Aoife Ní Chaiside, explores the trials and triumphs of women in sport in Ireland.   Shot while Aoife was on her way to winning her third All-Ireland consecutive club camogie championship, the series sees her venture […]

Biggest Event Yet For Birr Festival Of Music

There will be arias in the air and strings in the streets once more when Birr Festival of Music returns for its third outing this May Bank Holiday weekend, Friday 3- Monday 6 May. 2019 will be the biggest programme to date for the Midland’s only dedicated classical music festival with this year’s programme packed […]

TG4’s legendary GAA series ‘Underdogs’ is back

TG4’s legendary GAA series ‘Underdogs’ is back. The search is on again to a find a squad of ambitious men with enough drive, skill and passion to take on one of the country’s greatest gaelic football teams. Like last year, players will be chosen by a panel of expert selectors who make up the management […]

Trailer released for Irish Banking Thriller THE LIMIT OF

Alan Mulligan’s haunting debut drama THE LIMIT OF, featuring rising star Laurence O’Fuarain and an IFTA-nominated performance from Sarah Carroll released it’s trailer today in advance of its Irish cinema release on 5th April. Director Alan Mulligan said ‘After working on the inside of the financial industry for so long, it’s great to have been […]

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with incredible stories of how the Irish have changed the world

For centuries the Irish have had an impact on the world far beyond what you would expect for a tiny nation on the edge of Europe. Available in time for St Patrick’s Day, ‘What Have the Irish Ever Done for Us?’ by David Forsythe is an illustrated collection of the wonderful ways the Irish have […]

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