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Northern Ireland-set crime drama Hope Street commissioned by BBC Daytime and Britbox North America
04 Mar 2021 | BBC Daytime and BritBox North America have commissioned Hope Street, a new serial crime drama set in Northern Ireland, from acclaimed producers Paul Marquess and Donna Wiffen at Long Story TV. 
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BBC Three, home of Normal People and The Young Offenders, to return as a broadcast channel in January 2022
03 Mar 2021 | The BBC has confirmed the return of BBC Three to TV screens. 
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Ros na Rún celebrates 25th season as production wraps without any COVID stoppages
01 Mar 2021 | On Friday, the production team behind Ros na Rún, Ireland’s only rural and Irish Language-based TV drama, wrapped filming without any COVID incidents on its milestone 25th season. 
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Hozier, Fontaines D.C., and Elbow feature as Other Voices returns to RTÉ2 on March 4th
01 Mar 2021 | Ireland's longest-running music TV show Other Voices will return to RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player on March 4th, with an array of dynamic and diverse performances, captured in a variety of different locations, including Dingle, Cardiff, and Ballina. 
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First-look at Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson for Sky Original drama This Sceptred Isle
25 Feb 2021 | Sky has released the first-look image of BAFTA and Emmy award-winning actor Kenneth Branagh as U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson for Sky’s major new limited series, This Sceptred Isle. 
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AMC+ acquires Irish drama Kin starring Aidan Gillen and Clare Dunne
22 Feb 2021 | Kin, the brand new eight-part Irish drama, has been acquired by International streaming service AMC+ including rights for North America, Australia, New Zealand, Iberia, Latin America, and the UK. 
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Northern Irish drama Bloodlands airs on BBC One from Sunday 21st February
18 Feb 2021 | The new BBC One series, which is set in Northern Ireland and supported by Northern Ireland Screen, is Executive Produced by Jed Mercurio, the mastermind behind ‘Line of Duty’ and ‘Bodyguard’. 
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TV accounts for 13% of Irish language content new BAI Report finds
18 Feb 2021 | In a recent report, which studied programme data and recordings from broadcasters for a specific week in October 2019, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) found that from a total of 718.93 hours of Irish / bilingual programming broadcast, only 13% of the total minutage featured on TV, with radio accounting for the remaining 87%. 
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New multi-annual output deals and a spring commissioning round announced by TG4
17 Feb 2021 | At its annual producers information day, the Irish language Broadcaster announced that it is looking for submissions from the independent production sector for new multi-annual output deals. 
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Sruth, a new series about Traditional Music, is set to air on TG4 and BBC Alba
15 Feb 2021 | Sruth is a definitive four-part series about traditional music in the here and now, which is set to air on Sunday, 21st February at 9.30pm on TG4 and BBC Alba. 
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Atlantic Formats rolls out original Irish formats across the globe; deals struck for National Treasures
15 Feb 2021 | Newly established specialist distributor Atlantic Formats have secured multi-territory deals for Irish TV formats National Treasures (RTÉ) and Revealing Recipes (TG4). 
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BAI allocates €646,000 through Sectoral Learning & Development and Sponsorship programmes for 2021
12 Feb 2021 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has announced details of 2021 funding allocations under its Sectoral Learning & Development programme and its Sponsorship Scheme. 
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The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on The Run now available to watch on Netflix ‘as Gaeilge’
11 Feb 2021 | ‘Spongebob an Scannán: Rith, Spúinse, Rith’ created by Macalla Teo, with the support of TG4 and Paramount Pictures, is the first Irish language version of a movie on the international streaming giant. 
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James Nesbitt stars in Northern Ireland-set BBC Drama Bloodlands
10 Feb 2021 | The new BBC One series, which is set in Northern Ireland and supported by Northern Ireland Screen, is Executive Produced by Jed Mercurio, the mastermind behind Line of Duty and Bodyguard. 
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Andie The Great to make Irish TV debut on RTÉ One this Saturday
05 Feb 2021 | Shot in Vancouver with post production in Dublin, Andie The Great is a plucky, subtle dramedy; we caught up with producer Sarah Brophy and director/writer David Laurence to find out more about the making of his directorial feature debut. 
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BAI Deputy Chief Exec Celene Craig appointed to Board of European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services (ERGA)
05 Feb 2021 | Craig, the Deputy Chief Executive of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) since its establishment in 2009, was appointed to the Board of the European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services (ERGA) in December and recently took up her duties in January as a Board member. 
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Adrian Dunbar's Coastal Ireland debuts on Channel 5 this week
02 Feb 2021 | The two-part series is produced by Belfast Production Company Afro-Mic, with support from Northern Ireland Screen and Tourism Ireland. 
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BAI Chief Executive Michael O'Keeffe announces retirement; recruitment process for new CEO begins
01 Feb 2021 | The BAI has announced the upcoming retirement of its Chief Executive Michael O’Keeffe and the commencement of a recruitment process for the CEO position. 
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TG4 reveal new-look branding for February
01 Feb 2021 | The new look unifies the TG4 brand across all devices and platforms and includes six new brand idents, which will air from today February 1st. 
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New documentary Croí na Ceiste le Caoimhe for BBC Gaeilge airs on BBC Two NI this Monday
28 Jan 2021 | In a new documentary, broadcaster and journalist Caoimhe Ní Chathail is on a mission to lay bare the facts about non-surgical cosmetic procedures – who is getting them and why they are getting them. 
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