Tag Archive | RTÉ
EILE’s founder, Scott De Buitléir, reacts to yesterday’s news of impending changes at RTÉ, recalling a once-promising era of LGBT radio
The Young Offenders Christmas Special, filmed in Cork in October, is a Vico Films standalone special made for the BBC, in association with RTÉ. Peter Foott is the writer, director, and executive producer on the show, and Martina Niland (Once, Sing Street) produced. The Christmas Special can be seen in December and follows on from […]
RTÉ has announced that the much-anticipated new six-part comedy series, The Young Offenders, will debut on RTÉ2 on Thursday 8 February at 9.30pm. The show will air weekly on RTÉ2. The Young Offenders follows the coming-of-age adventures of lovable rogues, Conor and Jock, as they navigate their awkward teenage years, hatching plans and adventures to […]
The smash hit TV show, Senior Moments, returns to prime time RTÉ One for three new episodes this Christmas season. Produced by Vico Films (the producers of box office hit, The Young Offenders), the episodes will be broadcast on December 27th at 8.30pm; New Year’s Eve at 9.15pm; and January 2nd at 8.30pm. Written and directed by […]
Wedding Planner Extraordinaire Franc is to present Say Yes To The Dress on RTÉ2 RTÉ television and production company Shinawil are proud to announce that Ireland’s most famous wedding planner Peter Kelly a.k.a. Franc will present the first Irish version of international reality hit series Say Yes to the Dress. The ten part series will be […]
The six part TV comedy series of The Young Offenders began filming in Cork yesterday. Commissioned by BBC Comedy for BBC Three, in association with RTÉ, the TV series comes from producers, Vico Films. Written, directed and executive produced by award-winning filmmaker Peter Foott, the comedy series will film for eight weeks at locations across Cork […]
Around the world, LGBTQ television newscasters have a prominent profile in most countries. In their role as daily newscasters, and commentators, they convey an aura of reliability,integrity, and diversity, in an ever-changing domain of news and current affairs. They are usually at the forefront of breaking news, reflecting the presence of the LGBTQ people in broader society.