Beau Willimon, one of the youngest showrunners in TV, is in Galway this week. He talks about David Fincher, power plays, and what House of Cards is really about
Review: A fearless medical staff and a selfless documentary crew unite to produce a terrific ‘Panorama’
Review: Jelly stars might seem far removed from the Irish Water debacle. But they’re linked
Listener said conduct heard on Newstalk programme could make referendum ‘a farce’
Deputy foreign editor to take on role two years after broadcaster closed bureau in city
Thousands voted and commented on the language they hated most
‘Vape’ takes top slot in Oxford Dictionaries international poll as smokers go electric
Brian Farrell: January 9th, 1929 – November 10th, 2014
RTÉ’s head of TV drama confirms Stuart Carolan is working on the next instalment
Review: Whatever the future of RTÉ’s hit drama, we’ll sure miss Tom Vaughan-Lawlor’s superbly nasty Nidge
The cruel plight of the families of disappeared, from an era of carnage that also poisoned sport
The violent scenes and storylines of RTÉ’s gangland drama are accurate portrayals of the Irish crime scene
“Did Adnan do it?” may be the “Who killed Laura Palmer?” of our generation. Or, at least of one generation of podcast listeners.
What are the uncool, annoying words that leave you feeling a little dirty?
RTÉ says it had 56 per cent audience share during last installment of crime drama