RTÉ’s The Great House Revival seeks Participants

The team behind RTÉ One’s The Great House Revival is calling out to those brave restorers who are about to embark on an exciting restoration project.  Architect Hugh Wallace is hoping to follow the progress of more restoration projects across the country, as owners reclaim beautiful buildings from the past to transform them into spaces […]

CV-19: 20 Boredom busting ideas for kids (and parents!)

Not sure what to do with the kids? Well for starters, don’t worry. As a parent, you are your child’s first teacher. Your home is a place where lots of learning is happening every day. Your most important job when it comes to your child’s learning is to show an interest and get involved. You […]

My Bungalow Bliss – Casting Call Out for Homeowners

Animo TV & RTE One are on the hunt for homeowners across the country who are embarking on renovations to their beloved bungalow. In the 70’s bungalows began to pop up across Ireland thanks to readily available off the shelf plans. These bungalows have raised over three generations within their instantly recognisable walls. But many […]

Grow, Cook, Eat puts foraging the Irish Countryside to the fore this week

The second episode of series 2 of ‘GROW COOK EAT’ is set to air on Wednesday, March 25th and presenter duo founder of GIY Michael Kelly and the GIY Head of Community Development Karen O’Donohoe explore the Irish countryside with some expert food foragers, they share their skills in growing oriental greens and Michael digs […]

The Great House Revival – Series finale this Sunday at 9.30pm on RTÉ1

The Great House Revival – Series finale this Sunday at 9.30pm on RTÉ1   EPISODE 6: MIDDLETON PARK HOUSE, WESTMEATHThis week’s episode follows the restoration of an 1850’s regency style mansion. Presented by architect Hugh Wallace. Carolyn and Michael McDonnell, together with Carolyn’s brother Henry, joined together to purchase this expansive property in Castletown Geoghegan. Built […]

Herstory on RTÉ: Telling the Stories of Ireland’s Great Female Trailblazers

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum has partnered with RTÉ, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Herstory, and Underground Films to bring the stories of Ireland’s greatest female trailblazers to Irish screens. Between St. Brigid’s Day, 1st February, and International Women’s Day on March 8th 2020, RTÉ celebrates the achievements of Irish women who broke new ground, […]

Will the Midland’s become Ireland’s Rust Belt? New TG4 documentary ‘Gan Fód’ finds out

Tabú – Gan FódWednesday 5th February 9.30pm, TG4 ‘Gan Fód’ is a one-hour documentary for TG4 that tells the story of a changing Ireland and of our unique relationship with the bog. We ask what matters more people and jobs or sustainability and the environment? By 2027 Bord na Móna will cease peat harvesting. But […]

National Restaurant Voucher Launched Today!

The Restaurants Association of Ireland have today launched the RAI Gift Voucher. The RAI have teamed up with Fáilte Ireland to bring you the perfect gift this Christmas. The Restaurants Association of Ireland have teamed up with Fáilte Ireland for 2019 to bring you the RAI Gift Voucher ahead of the Christmas season. Members of […]

How Triumphant Grand Prix In Phoenix Park Helped Nascent Irish Free State To Emerge On The International Circuit

New book tells incredible story of WT Cosgrave’s ambitious plan to use motor racing to showcase Ireland as an independent and progressive modern country Many thousands watched racing cars roar around the Phoenix Park International press declared Irish Grand Prix ‘as the greatest ever held anywhere’ The Irish Free State at the end of the […]

Saves lives yet chokes our oceans. PLASTIC tours nationally with Science Gallery from October 25th

It is essential but polluting. Saves lives yet chokes our oceans. PLASTIC: CAN’T LIVE WITH IT, CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT IT opens at Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin on October 25th 2019 Plastic is cheap to create but expensive to dispose of. It can last forever but is often used only once. Plastic has changed […]

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