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1916  

3 x 60' / 1 x 86' 

Narrated by Liam Neeson, this landmark documentary examines the Easter Rising and the subsequent events.

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A Claddagh From Manuela  

1 x 52’ 

On 8th October, 2007, Arlette and Hans-Peter Riedo from Berne in Switzerland experienced every parent's nightmare.

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A Grand Experience  

1 x 55’ 

A Grand Experience charts a journey, along Ireland's Grand Canal on board an Grand Canal barge, by three artists - writer Eugene O'Brien, musician Wayne Brennan and photographer Veronica Nicholson.

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A Wild Irish Year  

4 x 60’ 

A Wild Irish Year is a captivating four-part series bringing us all across the country from our wild coasts, mountains and woodlands to farms, towns and cities.

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Animal Clinic  

18 x 25' 

In this series, the challenging work continues for the staff at the Dublin SPCA clinic, as they care for all creatures, great and small.

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Animal Rescue  

11 x 25' 

Animal Rescue' focus's on the work of three of Ireland's Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

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Autism and Me  

1 x 60' 

Autism And Me is a revealing observational documentary that explores the autism spectrum through the experiences of a number of Irish children, teenagers and young adults.

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Ballyfin: Portrait of an Irish Country House  

1 x 60' 

This documentary tells the story of the history of Ballyfin, how it played an important role in the political, artistic and social life of nineteenth century Ireland.

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Baz, the Lost Muslim  

2 x 60' 

Emmy Award winner Baz Ashmawy (50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy) presents this compelling and entertaining 2-part personal journey into Islam.A Brown Bread Production for RTÉ

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Blind Man Walking  

1 x 60' 

Blind Man Walking might well be the most inspirational story of the year. At the age of 22, Mark Pollock, a handsome young athlete and academic, suddenly lost his sight.

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Broken Tail  

1 x 52' 

One of the world's leading tiger cameramen travels through India on a personal pilgrimage, piecing together the extraordinary journey of Broken Tail - one of the planet's most famous wild tigers.

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Building Ireland Series 1 & 2  

12 x 25’ 

Building Ireland explores and explains how Ireland’s great building and engineering achievements came to be and their impact on the development of our towns and cities.

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Charlie Bird Explores  

The Artic (2 x 50') The Amazon (1 x 52') The Ganges (2 x 45') 

Critically acclaimed News Correspondent Charlie Bird sets off to explore some of the most remote and remarkable places on our planet.

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Choir of Ages  

3 x 60’ 

David Brophy’s Choir of Ages, sees Ireland’s world-renowned concert orchestra conductor and choirmaster take on the daunting task of assembling an inter-generational choir with school chil

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CREEDON’S ATLAS OF IRELAND  

3 x 60’  

John Creedon is a man on a mission, teasing and exploring the true meaning behind some of Ireland’s most unusual, iconic and famous place names. Visually stunning, each show is an hour long jour

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Finding Banni  

1 x 60' 

When Colm Flynn’s family fostered a little boy with disabilities from Belarus, they fell in love with him but attempts to adopt him failed.

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From Here to Maternity   

12 x 25’ 

From Here to Maternity is an observational documentary series following the expectant mothers, nervous fathers and busy staff at CUMH.

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Garda Down Under  

6 x 30' 

Garda Down Under is the story of life on the beat for Irish officers working in Western Australia, the largest police district in the world.

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Glenveagh  

1 x 60' 

Glenveagh National Park is the second largest of Ireland’s six national parks, and like so many properties Glenveagh Castle was given to the nation by a generous benefactor.

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Golden  

1 x 60’ 

A look at love and marriage, through the eyes of couples who have celebrated their Golden anniversaries. Golden explores each couple’s journey from courtship to the present day. Reflecting on ke

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Great Lighthouses of Ireland  

4 x 60' 

This series tells the fascinating story of Ireland’s lighthouses and their continuing importance in modern Irish life.

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Her Name was Lola  

1 x 52' 

Her name was Lola Montez. An actress, writer, lecturer, and most famously a Spanish dancer, she was known as one of the most extraordinary women of her time.

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Hostile Environment  

2 x 52' 

Actor Liam Cunningham goes behind the scenes of the secretive world of the International private security industry in some of the most hostile environments in the world.

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How Animals Work  

4 x 30’ 

This series explores how animals work... inside and out. Presented by Ella McSweeney and the very eminent Professor Peter Wilson the series sets out to tell stories and present information that will s

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Ireland's Rappers  

1 x 40' 

This documentary follows some of the bizarre and unusual characters who inhabit the Irish rap scene.

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Irish Revolution  

The War that Shook the British Empire

3 x 60' / 1 x 97' 

Narrated by Cillian Murphy, The Irish Revolution is the remarkable story of the Irish War of Independence (1919-1922) which resulted in the formation of the Irish Free State and became the model for o

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It’s A Park’s Life  

6 x 30’ 

In this monumental new six-part documentary series, viewers go behind-the- scenes like never before in one of Europe’s largest city parks, the Phoenix Park.

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Jesus: Countdown to Calvary  

Hugh Bonneville reveals how a perfect storm of political intrigue, power struggles and clashing religious passions combined, in a single week, to cause the event that changed the world: the killing of

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Junior Vets  

6 x 25' 

This six-part fly-on-the-wall series follows the lives of junior veterinary students as they make their way through their last year of study at UCD.

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LAURA BRENNAN: THIS IS ME  

1 x 60’ 

This documentary follows the final chapters in the life of Laura Brennan, a HPV vaccine campaigner, who was living her life to the full with end stage cervical cancer. After a heroic battle Laura died

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Leg Off, Game On  

1 x 60' 

Leg Off, Game On follows twelve Irish amputee footballers as they take part in their first ever world cup in Mexico.

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Living The Wildlife  

48 x 30’ 

Emmy award winning cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson returns for another season of Living the Wildlife. Now in its seventh year, this inspiring series takes us to the four corners of Ireland as we meet

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Making it Down Under  

6 x 30' 

From the producers of Garda Down Under, this new series follows the lives of more Irish people doing extraordinary jobs in Australia.

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Ministry of Hope  

3 x 60’ 

Ministry of Hope is an uplifting and compelling new series, sharing moments of joy, exhilaration and crisis with the men and women whose job it is to bring faith, hope and love to strangers in three v

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My Civil War  

1 x 52' 

In a new one-hour documentary, presenter Eddie Hobbs meets three people as they discover the truth about their relatives' roles in the Irish Civil War.

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My Trans Life  

2 x 60' 

Filmed over the course of two years, My Trans Life offers an intimate portrait into the lives of five young transgender people on their journey to transition.

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North West Passage  

1 x 50' 

In the Arctic summer of 2001, a team of Irish sailors and adventurers sailed in a custom-built ice strengthened boat through the famous Northwest Passage.

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OCD & Me  

1x52' 

The World Health Organisation lists OCD as one of the 10 most debilitating illnesses on the planet.

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Origins Of The Irish  

1 x 52' 

Why are the oldest Irish human remains less than 10,000 years old when just 100 kms away in Britain, human traces go back 700,000 years?

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Orla Tinsley: Warrior  

30 year old Orla Tinsley has fought the chronic lung disease cystic fibrosis since birth. This personal journey takes an unflinching look into her life as she begins to lose the battle.

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Peacekeepers  

1 x 60' 

Brought to you by the producers of Recruits this stand alone documentary follows the personnel of the 47th infantry group as they prepare for deployment overseas to serve with the United Nations’

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Pope Francis : The Sinner  

1 x 52' 

The Pope who calls himself ‘a sinner’ is a man of contradictions. But how did Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who was loved and loathed by his fellow Jesuits back in Argentina, become Pope?

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Power In The Blood  

1 x 52’ 

When an Irish thoroughbred horse comes into the world there is a sense of hope that this horse ‘will be the one’. The Irish thoroughbred horse has a long history that can be traced back 25

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Recruits  

2 x 60' 

Recruits is a fly-on-the wall documentary giving viewers an authentic insight into what life is like for a group of determined young men and women as they pursue their lifelong dream.

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Return of the Eagles  

4 x 30' 

This wildlife series follows the trial the trials of three teams bringing wild birds of prey back to Ireland after an absence of over 100 years.

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Schizophrenia:The Voices in my Head  

1 x 60’ 

A documentary tracking the daily lives, struggles and triumphs of some young Irish people living with schizophrenia. They speak openly about what it’s like to live with such a severe mental h

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Secret Sights  

8 x 25' 

This series explores the secrets of Ireland's Celtic and pre- Christian past.

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Secrets of the Irish Landscape  

3 x 52’  

The story is ongoing and ever changing with new scientific questions being asked and answered all the time.

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Secrets of the Stones  

2 x 52' 

Re-examining, redefining and ultimately rebuilding Ireland's most iconic ancient monuments is the core mission of Secrets of the Stones; decoding Ireland's lost past.

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Showstoppers  

1 x 52’  

Showstoppers is a story of ability, friendship and endeavour among a group of drama students with Down’s Syndrome. This documentary follows their journey as they prepare for their first professi

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Somebody to Love  

1 x 52’ 

Love, sex and disability are explored in this beautiful documentary which takes us into the romantic lives of people with physical or intellectual disabilities.

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Sugar Crash  

1 x 60 

In this one off documentary Dr.Eva Orsmond investigates Ireland’s consumption of sugar and explores the latest research on serious health problems....

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The Crossing  

With unprecedented access, The Crossing tells the story of one month in the LÉ Samuel Beckett’s deployment in the southern Mediterranean.

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The Genius of George Boole  

1 x 60' 

Narrated by Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons, The Genius of George Boole assembles academics and industry leaders from across the globe to explore the life and importance of one of the world’s g

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The Ghost of Roger Casement  

1 x 60' 

On a warm August morning in 1916, a tall bearded man mounted the gallows at Pentonville Prison, England to face a lonely & dishonourable death.

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The High Hopes Choir  

3 x 52' 

This inspirational series follows the journey of Ireland’s first homeless choir from early rehearsals, through personal challenges to their first performance on television and chart success.

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The Humpback Whales of Cape Verde  

1 x 60' 

For 12 years marine biologist Dr Simon Berrow has led expeditions from Ireland to Cape Verde. His quest? ...

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The Island  

4 x 30' 

This is a simple yet profound look at the Irish landscape, weaving archaeology, history, psychology and sociology into a modern story.

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The Judas Iscariot Lunch  

1 x 60' 

The ‘Judas Iscariot Lunch’ is a story about faith, religion, love and life after leaving the priesthood.

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The Meaning of Life  

60 x 25' 

What’s it all about? Why am I here? Is there a God? Why do bad things happen? What happens when we die?

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The Only Gay in the Village  

1 x 60' 

What is it like for a gay, lesbian or bi-sexual person growing up and coming out in small towns and villages?

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The Pet Surgeons  

6 x 30' 

The Pet Surgeons is the brand new series that tells the emotionally charged stories of worried pet owners...

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The Scholarship  

2 x 45’ 

The Scholarship follows five boys and their families as they chase the dream of securing a place in one of Ireland’s most prestigious schools through their Social Diversity Programme.

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The Search for Tristan’s Mum  

1 x 52' 

This groundbreaking documentary is about Tristan Dowse, an Indonesian child, illegally adopted and then abandoned two years later by his adoptive parents in an Indonesian orphanage.

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The Sound Barrier  

1 x 60' 

The ability to hear is something that most people take for granted. While for some deafness is a cherished identity, for others it’s a barrier to overcome.

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The Trail of Tom Crean  

2 x 52' 

Charlie Bird heads south on his greatest adventure yet - to the South Pole on the trail of legendary Kerry explorer Tom Crean.

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The Tuam Babies  

1 x 30' 

Local historian, Catherine Corless found herself catapulted into the public eye when news that there were possibly as many as 800 babies buried in an unmarked mass grave in Tuam...

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The Underdogs  

1 x 52’ 

In this documentary, Paddy McKenna seeks out new & unsung sporting heroes who are finding ways to inspire and bring new layers of meaning in sport.

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The Walk Of Life  

1 x 60' 

Can the mind actually heal the body? In this special a group of cancer survivors walk the Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain to overcome the emotional scars of their brush with death.

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The Zoo  

40+ x 30’ 

This fascinating series for animal lovers of all ages gives an incredible glimpse into life behind the scenes at Dublin Zoo. From birth and death to love and loss, The Zoo series brings the dramatic h

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Tom Crean – Antarctica's Forgotten Hero  

1 x 52' 

At the age of fifteen Tom Crean ran away from his home in southwest Ireland and became one of the most indestructible heroes in the history of Antarctic exploration.

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Too Old for the Road  

Too Old for the Road ? follows the lives of older Irish motorists as they face new concerns head on: failing eyesight, driving licence renewal, rural isolation and facing a speeding fine at 86.

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Treasure from the Bog  

1 x 60' 

In 2006, a remarkable archaeological find was uncovered in a remote bog in Ireland by a local man who was cutting peat.

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Unbreakable  

1 x 70' 

Unbreakable tells the inspirational story of Mark Pollock’s amazing strength and positivity in the face of incredible obstacles throughout his life.

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Vets on Call  

18 x 30' 

Vets on Call returns to busy Vet Eamonn Connor's practice.

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Vitamin Sea  

1 x 60’ 

Behind every swimmer is a story! This positive, life affirming documentary follows 8 people, all passionate about the ocean. We will learn how the sea is helping them deal with grief, manage mental an

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Vogue Williams - On the Edge  

3 x 60' 

30-Year-Old Vogue investigates issues that effect the lives of her own Millennial Generation.

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Walking the Dog  

1 x 25' 

Walking the Dog spends time with three very different characters who live on the edge of largest walled urban park in Europe.

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Walking The Walk  

1 x 52’  

In March 2018, Fr Tony Coote, a charismatic Dublin priest, was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease. He immediately decided to walk the length of Ireland, to raise awareness and funds for MND. Wal

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When Muhammad Ali Met the Irish  

1 x 52' 

When Muhammad Ali met the Irish is a hugely entertaining documentary with a glorious cast of characters.

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WhistleBlower  

2 x 60 / 1 x 90 

“Whistleblower” tells the compelling and personal story of Irish Police Sergeant Maurice McCabe and his private family life which was catapulted into the limelight after he became the coun

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Wild Cities  

4 x 60' 

Wild Cities is a fascinating four-part series set on the streets of Cork, Dublin, Galway and Belfast revealing each city’s wildest, yet most secretive residents – the wild animals that liv

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Wild Journeys  

3 x 60' 

This new series features Ireland's most heroic wildlife travellers and the incredible journeys they carry out every single year.

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Wingman  

3 x 60’ 

Wingman is entertaining, emotional, feel-good television – full of heart and empathy. The three episodes, are unique and totally independent from each other, Baz Ashmawy ( “50 ways to kil

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Women of the Goldrush  

1 x 52' 

For three pioneering Irish women, the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 brought freedom: the kind they could only dream of back home in Ireland.

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