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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said so far he is satisfied with the Minister for Communications’ explanation over his meetings with the lead bidder for th(...)

RTÉ will receive €8.6m more as a result of Budget 2019. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times.

RTÉ will receive additional funding of €8.6 million as a result of Budget 2019, according to Minister for Communications Denis Naughten. Virgin Media(...)

Carolina Main is admirably understated, Adrian Dunbar as thick-set and comforting as an oak tree

Good news. Blood (Virgin Media One, Monday, 9pm), the newest show from our newest television station, is, at root, one of the oldest stories in the bo(...)

Cat (Carolina Main) and Jim (Adrian Dunbar) are mistrustful daughter and inscrutable father in Virgin Media Television’s ‘Blood’.

Virgin Media Television is looking to make an international splash with its €4 million series Blood, touting the psychological thriller as “proof of c(...)

Blood: Carolina Main as Cat Hogan, who suspects that her father (played by Adrian Dunbar) may have killed her mother.

The new drama Blood has been gaining traction via word of mouth and is already being touted as one of this season’s big water-cooler TV moments. The s(...)

Amy Huberman on the set of ‘Finding Joy’, a comedy drama made for RTÉ by Treasure Entertainment

RTÉ should “immediately” receive a €30 million increase in its annual funding “at a minimum” and TG4 should be given an additional €6 million by the G(...)

And it’s goodnight from me . . . The Coop and the Cap on Virgin Media’s ‘The Tonight Show’

This week Michael Healy-Rae infiltrated the Dublin 4 media bubble as the co-presenter of Virgin Media’s Tonight Show. He does so with the panache of (...)

Novelist Donal Ryan: ‘The Thing About December’ will be adapted as ‘Foscadh’ for TG4. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Townsend, an RTÉ One ten-part drama series set in Dublin, and Foscadh, TG4’s feature-length adaptation of Donal Ryan’s novel The Thing About December,(...)

President Michael D  Higgins at Tallaght Stadium. Higgins’s supporters said he would formally launch his campaign on Wednesday.  Photograph: Oisín Keniry/Inpho

President Michael D Higgins will not take part in the first presidential election debate this week as he is “constrained” by pre-existing diary commit(...)

Big Brother may be watching us, but fewer people are watching Big Brother. Photograph: Channel 5 / PA Wire

Writing recently about the 20th anniversary of TV3 had me thinking about how television seemed to lunge right into a new era around the turn of the Mi(...)

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