Peter Mckenna

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Catherine Clinch in An Cailín Ciúin.

Colm Bairéad’s An Cailín Ciúin, an Irish-language adaptation of Claire Keegan’s story Foster, has beaten Belfast, Kenneth Branagh’s multiple Oscar nom(...)

 ‘One of the big imperatives of Covid was to avoid contact wherever possible and cash was one area where people had unnecessary contact and that marked the beginning of the cashless approach,’ said GAA commercial director  Peter McKenna. Photograph: Tom Beary/Inpho

The GAA is monitoring the new policy of cashless access to its fixtures, according to association commercial director Peter McKenna, who says that the(...)

Wouter Hendrickx and Angeline Ball in crime thriller Hidden Assets. Photograph: Guillaume Van Laethem/Saffron Moon/RTÉ/Acorn TV

The BBC has acquired Hidden Assets, the six-part crime thriller that aired on RTÉ One late last year, and will broadcast the series on BBC Four, its (...)

The two most striking parts of the report are the extent to which the general sports follower is interested in Gaelic games – two million out of 2.7 million – and the comparatively high proportion of women included in those numbers. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Nearly two years into the pandemic, the GAA is mulling over some welcome findings in a report analysing the association’s appeal to various audiences.(...)

Hidden Assets is the second RTÉ criminal caper this year developed by Kin creator Peter McKenna

Hidden Assets (RTÉ One, 9.30 pm) is an Irish-Belgian-Canadian co-production and arrives on the screen as a bit of a slapped-together hodgepodge. It st(...)

Angeline Ball as Emer Berry and Wouter Hendrickx as Christian De Jong in Hidden Assets, filmed in Co Clare and Antwerp. Photograph: Guillaume Van Laethem/Saffron Pictures/RTÉ/AcornTV

RTÉ One’s six-part drama Hidden Assets opens next Sunday night with a Criminal Assets Bureau raid exposing links between a wealthy Irish family, a dia(...)

Aiden Gillen as Frank Kinsella

It’s all over bar the shooting. After seven occasionally thrilling, sometimes plodding weeks, Kin season one is about to come to its conclusion. But w(...)


Kin is RTÉ’s best new drama in years though perhaps that isn’t saying a great deal when you consider the competition included howlers such as the Sout(...)

Charlie Cox and Ciarán Hinds

Two episodes in, it’s increasingly clear what sort of series Kin (RTÉ One, 9.30pm) is and what sort it isn’t. RTÉ’s new crime show is a cagey mood-pie(...)

Limerick supporters celebrate during the  Hurling All-Ireland Final at Croke Park last weekend. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The GAA has said it has no legal right to enforce the wearing of masks in Croke Park. There were many critical of the scenes during the All-Ireland (...)

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