Marty Morrissey with former RTÉ Gaelic games commentator Michéal O Muircheartaigh   at the opening of the new exhibition in the GAA Museum ‘Tuning In – From Wireless to WiFi’ at Croke Park. Photograph: Eoin Noonan/Sportsfile

On Monday the GAA Museum launched its latest exhibition, ‘Tuning In – from Wireless to WiFi,’ dedicated to broadcast media from the earliest days of r(...)

 Kerry footballer James O’Donoghue places The Legion Flag on GAA broadcaster Weeshie Fogarty’s coffin at his funeral in St Mary’s Cathedral, Killarney on Wednesday.Photo: Don MacMonagle

It was early 2015 when my father received a phone call asking me to speak at an event in Killarney. By that stage, I was a few months into my new co(...)

 Kerry footballer James O’Donoghue places The Legion Flag on GAA broadcaster Weeshie Fogarty’s coffin at his funeral in St Mary’s Cathedral, Killarney on Wednesday.Photo: Don MacMonagle

The musical voice, with the distinct Kerry tilt, of Weeshie Fogarty, who has been laid to rest in his native Killarney, Co Kerry, held an audience cap(...)

Weeshie Fogarty at Fitzgerald Stadium: his great love of football was evident in his career as a player, a referee and later as a broadcaster. Photograph:  Don MacMonagle

For GAA enthusiasts in the afterlife, it has recently become more difficult to get a word in edgeways with the sad departures on successive Sundays of(...)

Weeshie Fogarty: the voice of Kerry football on Radio Kerry. “In Kerry I would have no hesitation in saying that people’s priorities go like this – family first, Kerry football second and maybe religion third.” Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Weeshie Fogarty – the voice of Kerry football and one of the most instantly recognisable personalities in the GAA nationwide – has passed away at the (...)

It’s 20 years since the first Season of Sundays (Sportsfile, €29.95) came out. The 2016 version is as rich and textured as the 19 that went before. This image shows kids in Galway fine-tuning their skills before a NHL encounter with Cork.

Six of the best Forever Young Oliver Kay (Quercus, €28.00) Adrian Doherty came from Strabane and for time in the early 1990s, it looked like he(...)

Referee David Coldrick: the All-Ireland Day documentary showed just what it’s like to be charged with refereeing a hectic All-Ireland final. Referee: James Crombie/Inpho

All-Ireland Day, produced by Loosehorse and shown on Monday night on RTÉ was as vivid a portrait of the great day as has been seen. Taken from an a(...)