Biddy White Lennon, one of the judges on TV3’s The Great Irish Bake Off

TV3’s The Great Irish Bake Off polished off its second run last week with an average of 207,000 viewers tuning into last week’s final. The broadcaster(...)

Red Rock is a community-based soap set in a fictional Dublin coastal town that revolves around a Garda station

So will there be any love triangles? The creator and producers of TV3’s new soap opera Red Rock, exposed to the press for the first time last week,(...)

The makers of the new TV3 soap ‘Red Rock’, from left, John Yorke, Andrew Lowe, Peter McKenna and Ed Guiney, pictured at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin, for the launch of the new TV3 2015 schedule. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

TV3’s new soap opera will be set in a “police precinct” in a fictional Dublin harbour town and has the working title Red Rock, the broadcaster said(...)

UK distributor DRG said it had sold ‘Keith Barry: Brain Hacker’ to New Zealand, Poland, Sweden, China and France.

TV3 is in advanced discussions with Zodiak Rights, the international TV rights business of Zodiak Media with revenues of $800 (...)

Journalist Donal MacIntyre

Investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre is to “go back to his roots” and “put himself in jeopardy” in a new series commissioned by TV3. (...)

The spectre of Eldorado , the BBC’s soap opera set in Spain that ran for just a year in the (...)

Seán Moncrieff on the set of TV3’s Crossfire, filmed at the Sony HD Studio in Ballymount. photograph: brian mcevoy/tv3

Seán Moncrieff will return to television as the presenter of TV3 game show Crossfire , the t(...)

Jonathan McCrea, the presenter of TV3’s new quiz show The Lie which starts next Monday

Never underestimate the power of hypnosis. With a little help from programmes such as Keith Barry: Brain Hacker (...)

  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduce son George to the world’s media in July. photograph: steve parsons

"I defy anyone to point to a broadcaster who can do a 20-minute interview on a complex subject as well as Pat Kenny." RTÉ director general Noel(...)

The soaps and jungle exploits may be moving channel, but the home production pipeline continues to thicken and the shiny floor shows are going nowhere(...)