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Director Martin Danneels and producer Ann Ní Chríobháin discuss Marú Inár Measc 
Produced by Ann Ní Chíobháin and directed by Martin Danneels, Marú Inár Measc is a new and compelling four-part true crime documentary series by Midas Productions for TG4. 

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Filmmaker Shauna Keogh Discusses New Doc 'Missing: Fiona Sinnott: True Lives'
01 May 2019 | From filmmaker Shauna Keogh, a new documentary following the disappearance of Fiona Sinnott will air on Virgin Media One this Wednesday 1st May at 9pm. 
TG4 20th Birthday Celebrations
01 Nov 2016 | TG4 celebrated their 20th birthday in magnificent fashion at their Halloween themed party on Monday, October 31st. 
RTÉ reveals line-up of brand new homegrown Entertainment, Drama and Factual Shows
22 Aug 2016 | The broadcaster revealed the line-up for its upcoming season across RTÉ and RTÉ2 at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre today. 
Independent Pictures' 'Keeping Ireland Alive: The health service in a day’ TX Confirmed
17 Aug 2016 | The new five-part documentary series will give viewers unprecedented access to every aspect of the country’s health service. 
Irish language documentary ‘Enigma de Blaghd’ to air on BBC Two Northern Ireland
12 Aug 2016 | The Scun Scan Productions and Imagine Media co-production will air on Sunday September 4th at 10pm. 
RTÉ Entertainment now commissioning for both RTÉ One and RTÉ2
30 May 2016 | The RTÉ Entertainment department are currently on the market for commissioning ideas for both RTÉ One and RTÉ2. 
‘The Stranger’ Selected for Rough Cut Lab at Visions du Réel
17 Apr 2013 | Neasa Ní Chianáin’s new documentary ‘The Stranger’ – concerning an English artist who lived for years as a hermit in a cave on the island of Inisbofin - has been chosen to screen at the prestigious Rough Cut Lab of the Visions Du Réel event in Nyon, Switzerland. 
St. Patrick’s Festival Parade To Be Broadcast Worldwide For The First time In HD
13 Mar 2013 | Managing Director of Coco Television, Stuart Switzer, told IFTN that 11 HD cameras and 60 crew members will spearhead coverage of this year’s two St. Patrick’s Day parades - beginning with the People's Parade at 11:05am, followed by the main St. Patrick's Festival Parade at 12:30pm. 
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