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TG4: BLOC celebrates Pride 2021

TG4: BLOC celebrates Pride 2021

Aiteach Ní Aisteach To celebrate Pride 2021 and the LBGTQ community, BLOC is excited to bring you a new series ‘Aiteach, Ní Aisteach’.  BLOC is a shared social hub from TG4, which is available on Instagram, Twitter, Tik Tok, YouTube & Facebook. Fasten your seat-belts and get ready for the ride, as Antóin Beag Ó Colla (pictured […]

Netflix: Spongebob film ‘As Gaeilge’

Netflix: Spongebob film ‘As Gaeilge’

Parents challenged with home schooling will be delighted to hear that The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on The Run, is available to watch on Netflix ‘as Gaeilge’. ‘Spongebob an Scannán: Rith, Spúinse, Rith’ created by Macalla Teo, with the support of TG4 and Paramount Pictures, is the first Irish language version of a movie on Netflix.

Irish Trans Couple – TRAS Documentary TG4

Irish Trans Couple – TRAS Documentary TG4

An Irish transgender couple, Victoria and Max, are featured in a new documentary, TRAS, by Midas Productions Tabú, TG4, at 9.30pm, 26th February 2020, on TG4. It was produced by Ann Ní Chíobháin, and directed by Medb Johnstone. TRAS is the story of young Irish transgender couple, (both 21-years-old) Max and Victoria, the obstacles they […]

TG4: Finné (Witness) Louise Hannon – Transgender Discrimination Case

TG4: Finné (Witness) Louise Hannon – Transgender Discrimination Case

Episode 6 – the story of Louise Hannon – the first transgender person in Ireland to take a case against her employer on gender discrimination grounds – airs October 10th @ 9.30pm on TG4. This week’s episode of Finné recounts the extraordinary journey undertaken by Louise Hannon when she decided to take her employer to […]

Irish-Speaking Gay/Lesbian Car Fans Needed for TG4 Dating Show!

Are you a single driver in search of a co-pilot? Do you have a few words of Irish? If your answer is ‘yes’ to either of those questions, then you may be just who TG4 are looking for, for a brand new programme!

Twenty Years a’Growing: A Letter from Galway

Twenty Years a’Growing: A Letter from Galway

Scott De Buitléir on being inspired by Galway, gay rights and Gaelic literature Winter has truly set in over Eyre Square, as the Christmas Market is slowly assembled ahead of its grand opening this Friday. Marquees will soon be home to warm and welcoming stalls, selling mulled wine and homemade gifts. It’s an event that […]