“I love hurling. But there are more important things in life. Your family and your health. Hurling is . . . it is fun and enjoyment and it gets you excited. I think we all need something. It doesn’t have to be hurling.” Photograph: Inpho

(...) coach on Ireland’s Fittest Family, the television show, exhorting a Nike-ed and lycra-ed nuclear unit to(...)

Collaboration: ‘Plumage’, by Love & Robots, in association with Niamh Lunny of the Abbey Theatre. Photograph: Love & Robots

(...) saw a television series that sought to chart the history of design in Ireland and some exhibitions(...)

Star power: Angela Lansbury in the Broadway musical Mame, in 1966. Photograph: Jack Mitchell/Getty

(...) television. Several commentators have noted how canny Lansbury was in retaining the rights as a producer: the(...)

(...) episodes in Irish television history. Bishop Ryan sent a telegram to Gay Byrne while the programme was(...)

First day of spring

(...) first day of spring is the first sighting on our television screens at some GAA grounds of the black(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny on the main street of Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo, during a general election canvassing stop. Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) without event, apart from Thursday’s television debate. And the polls have remained stubbornly stuck(...)

Noelle Middleton pictured on the set of the film A Yank in Ermine. Photograph: Popperfoto/Getty Images

(...) career in film, as well as being one of the first BBC television announcers. Her films included Happy(...)

Hanoi, Vietnam. Turtle or Tortoise tower in Hoan Kiem lake

(...) transport. Places that sleep three or four will usually have two beds or a sofa bed. The television(...)

It was noticeable in the television debate that Joan Burton  and Enda Kenny performed like a team with complementary messages. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Burton has adopted the same tack and it was noticeable in the television debate that she and Kenny(...)

Eamonn Donohue: While Cabra Cadabra is a comedy first and foremost, it explores issues that men of a certain age deal with but never really deal with. It centres on two months in the lives of two 20-something guys who are struggling with different levels of personal insecurity

(...) background in television, early incarnations of the idea were that it would become a screenplay but(...)