The RTÉ drama stars Aidan Gillen as Charlie Haughey. He is one of a number of present or former members of the ‘Love/Hate’ cast in the drama. 2:11

RTÉ has unveiled details of its three-part drama about the former Taoiseach Charles Haughey which will be broadcast in the New Year. Charlie fe(...)

RTÉ’s Head of Television Drama Jane Gogan described the Netflix’s Love/Hate deal as “fantastic news for RTÉ and Octagon Films”. Photograph: RTÉ

RTÉ’s crime drama Love/Hate is to be dubbed into German and French. The creators of Love/Hate have signed a deal with European Netflix which will see (...)

The end of Nidge? Tom Vaughan Lawlor  is seeing playing the lead character in the final episode of series five.

A sixth series of Love/Hate is in development but it will not be broadcast next year, according to RTÉ Television’s Head of Drama. Jane Gogan said a s(...)

Those with long enough television memories will recall the saga of “who shot J.R?” which seemed to preoccupy the whole world in the summer of 1980. Da(...)

Donal Foreman: “I wanted it to be a collaboration with the city and that moment and with the actors. Too many Irish filmmakers say ‘I want to make a universal story, it could be set anywhere’. That was something I didn’t want to do”

Lenny Abrahamson has the smarts and Shimmy Marcus has the moves, but the hottest ticket in Irish cinema now is Donal Foreman. When his debut featur(...)

After a break last year, RTÉ online drama competition Storyland is back, and aspiring and experienced drama production teams are invited to pitch t(...)

“Fair City’s” Brian Murray and Tony Tormey with ILCU board member Ciarán Bishop and president Martin Sisk. Photograph: Maxwells

The fictional suburb of Carrigstown is to get its first credit union under a three-year sponsorship deal between RTÉ soap opera (...)

Eamon Dunphy’s  memoir The Rocky Road was launched last night in Patrick Guilbaud’s in Dublin.Photograph: Dave Meehan

The autobiography of the man known as Ireland’s most controversial football pundit was last night launched by the writer of what is currently Ireland’(...)