The documentary film John Sheahan: A Dubliner is a revealing and beautifully made portrait of a man who was an integral part of the national institution that is The Dubliners. As Barney McKenna once said, John is the ‘memory chip’, the part of the band who never forgets, ‘the mortar between the bricks’ that kept the band together.
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Everybody knows the jeopardy of organising a surprise party. You want to organise an event for someone close to you because you know that they really deserve it. However, how will you manage to pull off the organisation and get them to the chosen location on time without them suspecting anything!
Forty years ago two Californian anthropologists George and Sharon Gmelch lived for one year in a barrel top wagon with travellers on a halting site in Dublin….
Olympian Francie Barrett uncovers new information about the origins of the Irish Travelling Community by tracing their DNA…….
From Liam Clancy to Bob Geldof, Moya Brennan talks to internationally celebrated musicians about the rich diversity of Irish music…….
Between 16 and 23 October Europe’s largest competition for television, radio and emerging media will welcome the creatives of the media industry in Berlin. It has grown into the continent’s largest competition for television, radio and the emerging media, but has no commercial interest.
The JAPAN PRIZE was established in 1965 by NHK as International Educational Program Contest with the aims of improving the quality of educational programs around the world…..
FANCY VITTLES (2009)
Maeve Higgins’ Fancy Vittles is a new series written and performed by the comedian Maeve Higgins
PJ is on a mission. An experienced biker, he has always loved riding motorbikes but now he’s decided to take it one step further