Who Knows Ireland Best?
We asked Ireland 100 probing questions about everything from their manners and morals to their beliefs and behaviours. Who Knows Ireland Best? will explore our opinions and experiences as a country in a fun and entertaining way.
What percentage of people admitted to speaking on a mobile phone whilst driving? Have you ever forgotten your wedding anniversary? What percentage of men admitted to cheating in a test?
Two teams of contestants will pit their wits against each other to discover `Who Knows Ireland Best`? Will it be cabbies or beekeepers, scuba divers or midwives? Which of our teams is most in touch with the Irish people?
This new six part series, in association with the Craft Council of Ireland, sees fifteen apprentices battle it out to become Craft Person of the Year 2011.
The Genealogy Roadshow
The Genealogy Roadshow, presented by Derek Mooney, is a brand new series for RTÉ which helps ordinary people find extraordinary stories from their family history.
A brand new four part documentary for TV3 exploring the grossly overcrowded tenement houses in Dublin which were some of the worst slums Europe has ever seen.
C'mon Camán! A brand new ten part hurling skills series, which features twenty four 6th Class students from all over the country. These students will make up 6 teams which will each be mentored by a hurling hero on the skills of the game. Individually the players will be assessed using fun games to establish who has improved most. They will then take part in a tournament to see which team has learned the most – but who will be the champions?
A live entertainment show in which teenagers are mentored by leading musicians.
The Big House
The Big House broadcast on TV3 in April and May 2013. It explores the the lives of the servants in the big houses of Ireland.
As well as speaking to staff who worked in the big houses, in Strokestown Park House the descendants of servants who worked there and in other big houses take on the role of their ancestors.