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The Late Late Show will be given a “new look” during its forthcoming season, says RTÉ Television managing director Glen Killane.

The Late Late Show will be given a “new look” in January. RTÉ Television managing director Glen Killane said the changes on RTÉ’s flagship chat sho(...)

Aidan Gillen plays Charles Haughey during filming in Dublin in October 2013 of the forthcoming RTÉ / Element Pictures / Touchpaper Television series on his life. Photograph: PA Wire

Power-craving politicians, elusive psychopaths and paranoid gangsters will be at the centre of RTÉ One’s drama offering in its 2014-2015 season, while(...)

Adrian Lynch of Animo Television, who will become RTÉ One channel controller in November

Animo Television, the production company owned by the incoming RTÉ One controller Adrian Lynch, is making a documentary for RTÉ about pornography. The(...)

The O’Reilly family, winners of Animo Television’s ‘Ireland’s Fittest Family’, are pictured with mentor Nikki Symmons (centre). RTÉ One has appointed Animo’s Adrian Lynch as controller of RTÉ One.

RTÉ has appointed Adrian Lynch from independent production company Animo Television as the controller of RTÉ One. Mr Lynch will step (...)

One of the control rooms in RTÉ’s Montrose campus in Donnybrook. RTÉ will now seek a new channel controller for RTÉ One. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

RTÉ One channel controller George Dixon has left the broadcaster after less than a year to take up a position as global editorial director of B(...)

RTÉ’s head of television Glen Killane said  it would have been “absolutely reckless” of the station not to settle the case.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ruled out making RTÉ directly accountable to the Dáil in the aftermath of the payment of damages to John Waters and five memb(...)

RTÉ head of television Glen Killane said RTÉ management explored every avenue before deciding on a financial settlement. File Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has firmly ruled out making RTÉ directly accountable to the Dáil in the aftermath of the payment of damages to John Waters and fi(...)

Nidge, played by  Tom Vaughan Lawlor

Love/Hate is back on our screens this Sunday, and Aoibhinn McGinnity who plays Trish, and Laurence Kinlan, who plays Elmo, give us their take on Seaso(...)

Style journalist Angela Scanlon (of Oi Ginger!) is set to be promoted as “new” RTÉ face

In the grand but pock-marked scheme of Ireland’s national broadcaster, RTÉ Two has always been something of an entertainment sideshow: a big football (...)

“There is a long winter ahead, and I hope we have something for all of you to shorten those long winter nights,” said RTÉ Television managing director(...)

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