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Saoirse Hickey, Kim O’Shea, Aisling Enright, Orla Kennedy and Rachel Quinn  after the second day of Leaving Certificate Examinations at Salesian Secondary School, Fernbank, Limerick, yesterday. Photograph: Don Moloney/Press 22

Music, technology, celebrities, and tweeting dominated this year’s Junior Cert Irish papers as examiners made a concerted effort to produce a current (...)

Leinster’s Luke McGrath will captain Ireland Under-20s in France.

Success in the long term for Irish rugby may be frustrating coach Mike Ruddock as his Under 20 side prepares for Wednesday’s start to the Junior World(...)

 New Ireland coach Joe Schmidt shares a joke with team manager Mick Kearney at Carton House yesterday.

Joe Schmidt’s presence at Ireland’s training camp in Carton House yesterday was mere precursor; the incoming national coach will only arrive in Housto(...)

"Lunch Atop a skyscraper" on the 69th floor of the Rockefeller Building in 1932

Sónta Films’ documentary Lón sa Spéir is one of four titles in the running for the Scannán (...)

The television centre at RTÉ in Donnybrook: the broadcaster’s director general, Noel Curran, said recently he would be “happy to see the balance of commercial and public funding alter”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte has been reported as saying that almost everybody has been on to him looking for a share of the propos(...)

Peter Coonan, Robert Sheehan, Tom Vaughan Lawlor and Killian Scott, members of the cast of the RTÉ drama Love/Hate. “RTÉ continues to make stand-out programmes, from high-end Irish TV drama like Love/Hate to national and international news, big sporting occasions, specialised arts, Irish-language and music programming.”

RTÉ, like all organisations during this recession, has had to adapt to a new reality. The station has downsized. It has reinvented itself to me(...)

Eamon Gilmore and Micheál Martin prepare for the first televised leaders’ debate of the 2011 general election, hosted by Vincent Browne on TV3. “Commercial broadcasters also deliver a public service.” Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

State dominance in television broadcasting ended in Europe and most of the western world about a decade ago. But in Ireland it clings on. How w(...)

At the heart of Ireland’s progress to a more inclusive society is Irish broadcasting. Radio and television broadcasters, like their newspaper c(...)

For anybody involved in the Irish-language movement, Domhnall Ó Lubhlaí (above) was revered and respected

Gearóid Ó Conchubhair was watching TV at home last October when news broke that Jimmy Savile had sexually abused scores of underage girls durin(...)

Kelly Gough as Eileen in Bás Arto Leary. Its writer Manchán Magan says: ‘All I wanted to do was make people aware of a poem . . . It’s now more about cocaine snorting and sex in dark lavatories’

We are all supposed to be TV literate now: au fait with story arcs, enabling protagonists and third-act denouements. If you can’t anatomise a (...)

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