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    TitleHOW HARRY BECAME A TREE
    Production companyParadox Pictures
    Cattleya
    MACT
    Film and General Productions
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerPARSONS, Clive
    DE CLERMONT TONNERRE, Antoinette
    TOZZI, Ricardo
    O'NEILL, Liam
    CARR, Nuala
    DirectorPASKALIJEVIC, Goran
    Script/AdaptationPASKALIJEVIC, Goran
    WALSH, Stephen
    GENET-PASKALIJEVIC, Christine
    PhotographySPASIC, Milan
    Sound recordingFAUJAS, Philippe
    EditingSIUNG, Mark
    PASKALIJEVIC, Vladimir
    Executive producerSAMBUCO, Umberto
    Associate producerCARR, Nuala
    Music composerARNALDI, Stefano
    CastColm Meaney (Harry), Adrian Dunbar (George), Cillian Murphy (Gus), Kerry Condon (Eileen), Pat Laffan (father O'Connor), Gail Fitzpatrick (Margaret), Mairead Ni Conghaile (Maeve), Catriona Canavan (Irish wake singer).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration90
    Format35mm
    Release date2001
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date30/04/2005
    CopyRTE
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryBased on a Chinese fable transposed to post-civil war Ireland, this (allegorical) black comedy takes its title from its protagonist, Harry Maloney's recurring nightmare that he will turn into a tree, be cut down, and be made into coffins. Harry, a widower, lives off the cabbage patch he tends on a remote farm in the fictional rural area of Skillet in 1924. He is bitter at the loss of his son during the War of Independence and the subsequent death of his wife Annie from heartbreak. He treats his other son badly, shy Gus, calling him dim. Since Harry's philosophy is that 'a man is measured by his enemies', outside his family the object of his venom is married pub owner and womaniser George O'Flaherty, who employs Eileen, another possible conquest. George takes Harry's cabbages as 'dowry' for Eileen, and Gus and she get married, but Gus's sexual inhibitions and unconsummated marriage leads Eileen to be seduced by George. Though seeing this transgression as further evidence of George's bad behaviour, nevertheless, Harry comes off worse when he confronts him.
    NoteScreened At The 13th Galway Film Fleadh, 2001.
    ReferenceIrish Times (Weekend), 10/02/01:4, ‘Dark fairytale of love and hate’ (Ian Kilroy).

    Sunday Times (Culture), 31/12/00:6-7, ‘Irish homecoming of an unorthodox Serb’ (Gerry McCarthy).

    Irish Times, 26/08/00:6, ‘Hollywood that is truly Irish style’ (Michael Dwyer).

    Synopsis from 13th Galway Film Fleadh programme.

    Film West, Vol 45 Autumn:30-32, ‘Goran Paskaljevic interview’, interview with Goran Paskaljevic who talks about his latest film 'How Harry Became a Tree' (Gerry McCarthy).

    Film Ireland, Aug-Sept 2001, Issue 82:24-25, ‘Cowboy Country’, Stephen Walsh talks about writing the script to How Harry Became a Tree. He outlines why radical changes are needed in Irish script development culture.

    Irish Times (Weekend), 22/09/01:16, ‘Setting the scene for the film year’, review of How Harry Became a Tree shown at the Toronto Film Festival
    Michael Dwyer).

    Sunday Business Post (Agenda), 14/07/02:13, review (Elaine O Regan).

    Movies Plus, July 2002, ‘Movie spotlight’, review (Vincent Donnelly, Shay Ward).

    14th Galway Film Fleadh Programme, 09-14/07/02:29.

    Irish Times (The Ticket), 25/07/02:4-5, interview with Goran Paskaljevic about his latest film 'How Harry Became a Tree' (Hugh Linehan).

    Dublin Event Guide, 24/7-13/08/02:9, ‘Branching Out’, interview with Colm Meaney on How Harry Became a Tree (Lee Casey).

    Irish Times (The Ticket), 25/07/02:7, ‘The Trouble With Harry’, review (Michael Dwyer).

    Dublin Event Guide, 24/07-13/08/02:10, review (Lee Casey).

    Movies Plus, Issue 6 08/02, ‘How Colm Became a Movie Star’, interview with Colm Meaney on How Harry Became a Tree.

    Sunday Tribune (Art Life), 04/08/02:2, ‘Finding his own space’, interview with Colm Meaney on his career to date and his latest film How Harry Became a Tree (Ciaran Carty).

    Production notes for: How Harry Became a Tree. Notes include: about the production, cast interviews

    Film Ireland, Issue 88 Sept/Oct 2002:26-27, ‘All About Harry’, interview with Irish producer Liam O'Neill on the financing for How Harry Became A Tree. He discusses Goran Paskaljevic's directing style, his version of Irishness, referring to his collaboration with writer Stephen Walsh and actors, especially Colm Meaney who also discusses the script and future collaborations (Vanessa Gildea).

    Film Ireland, Issue 88, Sept/Oct 2002:42, review.

    In Production, October 2003 Volume 6 Number 5:19, Box Office Figures for Irish and Irish Interest films from 1999 to 2003 (to date).

    (All of the listed reference materials held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute).
    KeywordsFathers
    Sons
    Widowers
    Rural communities
    1920s Irish
    Civil War
    Allegory
    War of Independence
    Publicans
    Instability
    Madness
    Nightmares
    Production creditsp.c.: Paradox Pictures, Cattleya, MACT, Film and General Productions, spon: Bórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board, p: Clive Parsons, Marco Chimenez, Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre, Giovanni Stabilini, Liam O'Neill, Riccardo Tozzi, assoc.p: Nuala Carr, Pier Paolo Zerilli, line.p: Des Martin, exec.p: Umberto Sambuco, d: Goran Paskalijec, sc: Goran Paskalijec, Stephen Walsh, Christine Genet-Paskalijec, dop: Milan Spasic, ed: Petar Putnikovic, s: Philippe Faujas, p.dsgn.: Lesley Oakley, art d: Paola Comencini, Eleanor Wood, cost: Carol Betera, m: Stefano Arnaldi, cast: Rebecca Roper, a.d.: Zoran Andric, Suzanne Nicell, s.trainee: Andrew Felton, s.ed: Tiago Matos, s.dsgn: Branko Neskov, stunt.co-ord: Alan Walsh, Donal O'Farrell, p.sec: Noreen Donohoe, c.trainee: Jessica Drum, dial coach: Poll Moussoulides, stills: Patrick Redmond, loc.m: Edmund Sampson, sc.super: Sabine Wührer, special thanks: Deborah De Furia.
    Art directionCOMENCINA, Paola
    Wood, Eleanor
    Costume designBETERA, Carol
    RightsParadox Pictures, Cattleya, MACT, Film and General Productions
    26 Sth Frederick St
    Dublin2
    phone: +353 1 670 6883
    fax: +353 1 670 6889
    Production designOAKLEY, Lesley
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Rural Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleROS NA RÚN OMNIBUS
    Production companyEo Teilifís
    Tír Eoghain
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'LOUGHLIN, Claire
    DirectorBUTCHER, stephen
    CastPól Ó Griofa (Mack Ó Riain) Macdara O'Flatharta (Tadgh O'Direáin) Nuala Ni Flatharta (Bernie Ní Neachtain) Macdara O'Dhuibhir(Evan O Neachtain) Liam O'Conghaile (Darach O Tuiarisg) Aonghus Webber (Robbie Lynch) Maire Ui Dhroighneain (Maire Ui Conghaile) Siobhán Ni Cheallaigh (Ciara Ni Cheallaigh) Maire Eilish Ni Flatharta ( Catriona Ni LOIDHEAIN) Micheal O'Conaola(Malachi Keane) Joe Steve Ó Neachtain (Peadar O'Conghaile)
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    TX channelTG4
    TX date01/04/2000
    CopyTG4
    KeywordsSoaps

    Series/Newsreel titleROS NA RÚN OMNIBUS
    Production companyEo Teilifís
    Tír Eoghain
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'LOUGHLIN, Claire
    DirectorFARLEY, Hugh
    CastPól Ó Griofa (Mack Ó Riain), Macdara O'Flatharta (Tadgh O'Direáin), Liam O'Conghaile (Darach O Tuiarisg), Maire Ui Dhroighneain (Maire Ui Conghaile) Siobhán Ni Cheallaigh (Ciara Ni Cheallaigh), Joe Steve Ó Neachtain (Peadar O'Conghaile), Bairbre De Barra (Louise Ni Ghábháin), Sean Ó Griofa (Dylan Doherty), Sean Ó Tarpaigh (Tom Doherty), Darach Mac Con Iomaire (Harry Lyons)
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    TX channelTG4
    TX date22/04/2000
    CopyTG4
    KeywordsSoaps

    Series/Newsreel titleROS NA RÚN OMNIBUS
    Production companyEo Teilifís
    Tír Eoghain
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'LOUGHLIN, Claire
    DirectorFRIEL, Deirdre
    EditingVanessa Barrett Sorcha Fox
    Síle Nic Pháidín Deirdre Larmont
    Bernie Ní Neachtain Fionnuala Ní Fhlatharta
    Mícheál Seoighe Josie O'Cúláin
    Máire Uí Chonghaile Máire Uí Dhroighneáin
    Liam O'Conghaile Darach O'Tuairisg
    Peadar O'Conghaile Joe Steve O'Neachtain
    Darren O'Cinnéide Pádhraic O'Neachtain
    Mack O'Riain Pól O'Gríofa
    CastPól Ó Griofa (Mack Ó Riain) Darach Ó Tuairisg (Liam O'Conghaile) Josie Ó Culain (Micheal Seoighe) Fionnula Ní Fhlatharta (Bernie Ni Neachtain) Sorcha Fox (Vanessa Barrett) Maire Ui Dhroighneain (Maire Ui Conghaile) Padhraic O Neachtain (Darren O'Cinneide) Deirdre Lamont (Sile Ní Phaídín) Joe Steve Ó Neachtain (Peadar O'Conghaile) Padhraic O Neachtain (Dannen O'Chinneide)
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    TX channelTG4
    TX date01/10/2000
    CopyTG4
    KeywordsSoaps

    Series/Newsreel titleROS NA RÚN OMNIBUS
    Production companyEo Teilifís
    Tír Eoghain
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'LOUGHLIN, Claire
    DirectorFRIEL, Deirdre
    EditingVanessa Barrett Sorcha Fox
    Síle Nic Pháidín Deirdre Larmont
    Bernie Ní Neachtain Fionnuala Ní Fhlatharta
    Mícheál Seoighe Josie O'Cúláin
    Máire Uí Chonghaile Máire Uí Dhroighneáin
    Liam O'Conghaile Darach O'Tuairisg
    Peadar O'Conghaile Joe Steve O'Neachtain
    Darren O'Cinnéide Pádhraic O'Neachtain
    Mack O'Riain Pól O'Gríofa
    CastPól Ó Griofa (Mack Ó Riain) Darach Ó Tuairisg (Liam O'Conghaile) Josie Ó Culain (Micheal Seoighe) Fionnula Ní Fhlatharta (Bernie Ni Neachtain) Sorcha Fox (Vanessa Barrett) Maire Ui Dhroighneain (Maire Ui Conghaile) Padhraic O Neachtain (Darren O'Cinneide) Deirdre Lamont (Sile Ní Phaídín) Joe Steve Ó Neachtain (Peadar O'Conghaile) Padhraic O Neachtain (Dannen O'Chinneide)
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    TX channelTG4
    TX date08/10/2000
    CopyTG4
    KeywordsSoaps

    Series/Newsreel titleROS NA RÚN OMNIBUS
    Production companyEo Teilifís
    Tír Eoghain
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'LOUGHLIN, Claire
    DirectorFRIEL, Deirdre
    EditingVanessa Barrett Sorcha Fox
    Síle Nic Pháidín Deirdre Larmont
    Bernie Ní Neachtain Fionnuala Ní Fhlatharta
    Mícheál Seoighe Josie O'Cúláin
    Máire Uí Chonghaile Máire Uí Dhroighneáin
    Liam O'Conghaile Darach O'Tuairisg
    Peadar O'Conghaile Joe Steve O'Neachtain
    Darren O'Cinnéide Pádhraic O'Neachtain
    Mack O'Riain Pól O'Gríofa
    CastPól Ó Griofa (Mack Ó Riain) Darach Ó Tuairisg (Liam O'Conghaile) Josie Ó Culain (Micheal Seoighe) Fionnula Ní Fhlatharta (Bernie Ni Neachtain) Sorcha Fox (Vanessa Barrett) Maire Ui Dhroighneain (Maire Ui Conghaile) Padhraic O Neachtain (Darren O'Cinneide) Deirdre Lamont (Sile Ní Phaídín) Joe Steve Ó Neachtain (Peadar O'Conghaile) Padhraic O Neachtain (Dannen O'Chinneide)
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    TX channelTG4
    TX date15/10/2000
    CopyTG4
    KeywordsSoaps

    TitleFOOLS OF FORTUNE
    Production companyFools of Fortune Ltd
    Polygram Film Produktion
    Working Title
    Film Four International
    Country of originGreat Britain
    ProducerRADCLYFFE, Sarah
    DirectorO'CONNOR, Pat
    Script/AdaptationHIRST, Michael
    PhotographyZIELINSKI, Jerzy
    Sound recordingHAYES, Pat
    PRICE, Steve
    GORDON-HASTINGS, Julian
    EditingBRADSELL, Michael
    Executive producerBEVAN, Tim
    BRADSTREET, Graham
    Associate producerHEWITT, Caroline
    Music composerZIMMER, Hans
    Castlain Glen (Willie Quinton), Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Marianne), Julie Christie (Mrs Quinton), Michael Kitchen (Mr Quinton), Niamh Cusack (Josephine), Tom Hickey (Father Kilgarriff), John Kavanagh (Johnny Lacy), Mick Lally (Mr Derenzy), Niall Toibin (Lanigan), Sean T McClory (young Willie), Catherine McFadden (Imelda), Frankie McCafferty (Tim Paddy), Ronnie Masterson (Mrs Flynn), Hazel Flanagan (Geraldine), Amy Hastings (Deirdre), P G Brady (thin man). Jimmy Keogh (O'Neill), Rosaleen Linehan (Aunt Fitzeustace), Anita Reeves (Aunt Pansy), Sean McGinley (Doyle), lan McElhinney (stranger), Sighle Toibin (Bridie Sweeney), Neil Dudgeon (Sergeant Rudkin), Enda Oates (soldier), Seamus Forde (O'Dwyer), Eileen Colgan (Mrs Woodcombe), Sheila Flitton (beggarwoman), Julia Deardon (shop assistant), Johnny Murphy (Mr Sweeney), Pat Leavy (Mrs Sweeney), Catherine Byrne (Sister Rowan), Joanne Foley (Teresa Shea), Trudi O'Shea (girl), Sheila O'Sullivan (nun), Breandan O'Donoghue (boy on island, age Ó), Diarmuid Ó Conghaile (boy on island, age 10), Carley Hennessy (young Marianne), Anne Marie Hannigan (young Geraldine), Susan Flanagan (young Deirdre), Ruaidhn Conroy (little boy).
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration109
    Footage9851
    Format35mm
    Release date1990
    CopyIFA (VHS)
    SummaryIn rural Ireland in 1920, the Anglo-Irish Quinton family of Kilneagh try to remain aloof from the War of Independence. Mr Quinton oversees the running of the family firm, a cooperage, Mullingar Timber Co, which is managed by Mr Derenzy. When the IRA ask to use the estate to drill there, Mr Quinton refuses, but he offers money to the organisation. Shortly after they leave the estate, the IRA men are ambushed and killed by the Black and Tans. One of Quinton's employees, Doyle, who had fought with the Tans' commander, Sergeant Rudkin, in World War One, is found hanged on the estate after being executed as an informer by the IRA. In revenge, the Tans bum the house, killing young Willie Quinton's sisters in the fire, while their commanding officer. Sergeant Rudkin, shoots dead Willie's father as he tries to escape from the flames. Willie and a maid, Josephine, witness the killing. With most of the house destroyed, Willie, his mother, and Josephine move to Dublin. Years later Willie renews his friendship with an English girl, Marianne, who used to visit Kilneagh, and they have a brief affair. Increasingly disturbed by the deaths of most of her family and the loss of the family home, Mrs Quinton commits suicide. Willie retreats to an Irish-speaking island where he lives in isolation. He recalls his love for Marianne unaware that she has given birth to his daughter. Marianne is summoned to meet solicitor Lanigan who tells her that she may live with her daughter, Imelda, in the part of the Quinton home which was undamaged by the fire. Meanwhile, Willie is tormented by his need to avenge his father's death and leaves the island for Liverpool where he shoots Rudkin despite the ex-soldier's plea that he was merely a soldier doing his duty. Back at his island retreat Willie receives a telegram to say that Josephine is very ill. He visits her in hospital and is told Imelda's name. At Josephine's funeral he meets Fr Kilgarriff who encourages him to stay in Kilneagh. He also meets Marianne and embraces his daughter for the first time. They all return to Kilneagh where the splendour of the big house is magically restored and happy memories recalled through Imelda's eyes. (V).
    NoteIR Rel 21/6/1990. Note: 'It is a classic Trevor theme: how violence affects not just the immediate victims but passes on to the next generation and spreads its evil effects far in time and place from the original act. As a theme it epitomises Ireland in the twentieth century and is more relevant than ever today'. (SI 24/6/1990:30). 'Story apart... there is nothing distinctively Irish about FOOLS OF FORTUNE, which emerges as a piece of classically British film-making in the television style: restrained, elliptical, curiously reticent in its commitment to the passion inherent in the story of love thwarted by family trauma... It begins, almost predictably, with a sepia-tinted rural idyll, as children play on the lawns of a grand Irish house untouched by the war just ended on foreign fields and the war about to start at home. And it continues in the same faded-photograph vein, with expository mood-setting sequences of a contented community... which telegraph the certainty that this pastoral harmony is about to explode into discord. Thereafter, the darker mood is dominant, as - like 0 Connor's first feature CAL - the film lift uncertainly negotiates its twin themes of love and retribution' (MFB July 1990:195). Filmed on location in Ireland and at Ardmore Studios.
    ReferenceIP 22/6/1990:29;

    IT 22/6/1990:8, ‘Haunted by the memory of violence’, review of director Pat O'Connor's fifth film Fools Of Fortune (Michael Dwyer).

    Monthly Film Bulletin, July 1990:195-6, review (David Wilson).

    Crew and cast lists, plot synopsis and review of film Fools Of Fortune.

    Publicity flyer for showing at Savoy Cinema, Dublin of film Fools Of Fortune.
    DistributorPalace Pictures (GB)
    Keywords1920s
    Anglo-Irish
    War of Independence
    IRA
    Production creditsp.c: Fools of Fortune Ltd. For Polygram Film Produktion, Working Title. In association with Film Four International, p: Sarah Radclyffe, exec. p: Tim Bevan, Graham Bradstreet, assoc. p: Caroline Hewitt, d: Pat O'Connor, sc: Michael Hirst from the novel Fools of Fortune by William Trevor (London: The Bodley Head, 1983), sc. super: Libbie Ban', dop: Jerzy Zielinski, c. op: Mike Fox, p. co-ord: Fiona Morham, 1st a.d: Bill Craske, 2nd a.d: Gay Brabazon, 3rd a.d: Lisa Mulcahy, trainee a.d: Dougal Cousins, Robert Quinn, Margaret Moggan, Steven Mackin, p.a: Jonathan Finn, a. to p: Debra Hayward, focus puller: Tony Garrett, clapper/loader: John Foster, grip: Luke Quigley, trainee: Donal Caulfield, 2nd unit c: Seamus Corcoran, Peter Dorney, 2nd unit focus pullers: David Fitzgerald, Mona Faloughi, 2nd unit clapper loader: Brendan Galvin, art d: Henry Harris, a. art d: Annie Siggins, set dresser: Miranda Melville, ed: Michael Bradsell, 1st a. ed: Graham Sutton, 2nd a. ed: David Trent, loc. m: Howard Gibbins, loc. a: John McDonnell, p.dsgn.: Jamie Leonard, sp. effs. super: Brian Wamer, sp. effs: Effects Associates Ltd, m: Hans Zimmer, m.d/m. arrg: Fiachra Trench, m.p: John Mitchell, Leslie Pearson (piano soloists), s: Pat Hayes, Steve Price (m), Julian Gordon-Hastings (m), boom op.: Jack Armstrong, a.s: Paco Hayes, dub. mix: Robin O'Donoghue, a. dub. mix: Dominic Lester, dub. ed: Campbell Askew, a. dub. ed: Gerard McCann, dial. ed: Kevin Brazier, a. dial ed: Jim Howe, cost: Judy Moorcroft, ward. super: Keith Morton, a. ward: Sue Quinn, make-up: Morag Ross, a. make-up: Miri Ben Shlom, hair: Meinir Jones-Lewis, a. hair: Barbara Southcott, dial. coaches: Brendan Gunn, Joan Washington, titles: The Optical Partnership, props, master: Barry Gibb, cnstr. m: Mick Deegan, armourer: Pat McMahon, horsemaster: Austin Gaskin, cast: Debbie McWilliams, p. accent: Patrick Isherwood, stand-ins: Willie Smith, Maura Dillon, stills: David Appleby, Frank Connor, Sophie Baker, unit publicist: Colleen Woodcock, GB distr: Palace Pictures.
    Art directionHARRIS, Henry
    SIGGINS, Annie
    Costume designMOORCROFT, Judy
    Production designLEONARD, Jamie
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Literary Adaptation
    Historical Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleTROUBLE IN PARADISE
    Production companyGreat Western Films
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    DirectorREYNOLDS, Emer
    Script/AdaptationBERGIN, Barbara
    CastLorcan Cranitch (Doc Little), Angeline Ball (Annie Little), Charlene Gleeson (Jolene Little), Briain Gleeson (Randy Little), Adam Fergus (Seamus Doogan), Frank Laverty (Martin Doogan), Declan Conlan (Donie Doogan), Gerry O’Brien (Velvet Mullen), Anthony Morris (Drubber Dockery), Tom Jordan Murphy (Fr. Brazil), Myles Purcell (Ignatius), Arthur Riordan (Dougla McShane), Fiona O’Shaughnessy (Siofra McShane), Alan Devine (Aenghus), Merrina Millsapp (Nikki), Dermot Magennis (Badger), Oddie Braddell (Stu), Donagh McLaughlin (Ladybird), Georgina Miller (Sabrina), Jennifer Laverty (Priscilla), Fiona Lalor (Triona), Joan Sheehy (Mandy), Dennis Foley (Mental), Gerry Walshe (Weasel), Ronan Conlon (architect), Gerry McCann (butcher), Peter Byrne (Fabian), Barbara Bergin (walkie talkie).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date29/01/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew six-part drama set in contemporary Ireland. The first episode introduces the Littles - a millionaire family who are Belltown's answer to the Beverly Hillbillies. There is daughter Jolene who seems to hold the family together. She is going out with local golden boy Seamus Doogan but his brother Garda Donie Doogan seeks to prevent the marriage. Donie searches for Seamus' teenage girlfriend Síofra McShane in order to distract him. The Belltown 'Woods' are important to the town - they hold all of its secrets. When Doc Little wins them in a poker game, he plans to build a modern home there for Jolene and Seamus. While Doc hopes his plans will free him from his past local Velvet Mullen rushes into a fury when he cathes wind of them. Aristocrat Síofra McShane takes her band of Eco Warriors into battle mode. As Jolene and Seamus celebrate their engagement, Velvet takes out his rage on Randy Little and Síofra descends on The Woods with the Eco Warriors.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 27 Jan-2 Feb, 2007:13-14. ‘Urban Cowboy, An interview with actor Lorcan Cranitch, about the RTE new drama series TROUBLE IN PARADISE.
    KeywordsCountry and Western Music
    Rural Life
    Environmentalists
    Priests
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, sc: Barbara Bergin, p: Niamh Fagan, d: Emer Reynolds, 1st a.d.: Sean Griffin, 2nd a.d.: Lisa Kelly, 3rd a.d.: John Wallace, addtnl.a.d.: Anna Harrison, Leanne O’Hagan, extra co-ord: Cathy Griffin, Ciara McGuill, focus: Simon Culleton, c.a.: Christino Ayoub, Georgina Bates, addtnl.ph: Gavin Reilly, Richard Kendrick, Conor Hammond, sc.super: Jeannette McGrath, Melissa Kenny, s: Simon Clark, s. maintenance: Jason Bennett, p.co-ord: Mary Gilroy, a.p.co-ord: Eimer O’Kane, p.a.: Yvonne Corscadden, p.accnt: Sile Dorney, a.p.accnt: Cian Ó Muilteoir, Una Reynolds, Bill Webster, p.m.: Pat Nangle, a.l.m.: Evelyn O’Neill, Clare McCaughley, light gaffer: Niall Mannion, genny op: Joe Kerins, elec: Brendan Wallis, art.d.: Alice Norris, art dept standby: Helen McDermott, p.buyer: Shonagh Smith, art dept a: Graham Williams, prop master: Bob Pritchard, props: Ignacio Barbe, dressing props: Alan Harvey, dressing room a: Caoimhin Ó Conghaile, standby props driver: Francis Ryan, dressing props driver: Pat O’Neill, cnstr man: Nikki McManus, make-up.a: Aoife Mullally, hair a: Lorraine Brennan, cost super: Fiona Brownlie, cost.a.: Aoife Byrne, Caoimhe Stack, stunt.co-ord: Donal O’Farrell, stunt perf: Dominic Hewitt, trans capt: Mick Murphy, unit driver: Tony Mullally, post p.super: Alan Fitzpatrick, post p.co-ord: Susanne McKenzie, a.ed: Andrew Hearne, colourist: Gary Curran, online ed: Simon Thornton, super s.ed: Sarah Gaines, s.effs.ed: Fiadhnait McCann, dial.ed.: Nikki Moss, a.effs.ed: Michelle Lemass, re-rd.mix: John Fitzpatrick, Peter Blaney, publicist: Karen Fitzpatrick, stills: Colm Hogan, Bernard Walsh, catering: Clive Williams, Anthony Engfert, p.exec: Tricia Perrott, Joanne Duffy, p.man: Christine Healy, cast: Louise Kelly, make-up: Barbara Conway, chief hair: Sandra Kelly, cost: Driscoll Calder, p.dsgn: Adrian Smith, m: Ray Harman, ed: Grainne Gavigan, Ben Yeates, dop: Ciarán Barry, development exec: Eilish Kent (RTE), commissioning ed; Jane Gogan (RTE), exec.p.: Eoin Holmes. Filmed on location in Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Rathesker, Co. Louth and Dublin.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleTROUBLE IN PARADISE
    Episode/Item titleIf You Go Down To The Woods Today...
    Production companyGreat Western Films
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    DirectorREYNOLDS, Emer
    Script/AdaptationBERGIN, Barbara
    CastLorcan Cranitch (Doc Little), Angeline Ball (Annie Little), Charlene Gleeson (Jolene Little), Briain Gleeson (Randy Little), Adam Fergus (Seamus Doogan), Frank Laverty (Martin Doogan), Declan Conlan (Donie Doogan), Gerry O’Brien (Velvet Mullen), Anthony Morris (Drubber Dockery), Tom Jordan Murphy (Fr. Brazil), Myles Purcell (Ignatius), Arthur Riordan (Dougla McShane), Fiona O’Shaughnessy (Siofra McShane), Alan Devine (Aenghus), Merrina Millsapp (Nikki), Dermot Magennis (Badger), Oddie Braddell (Stu), Donagh McLaughlin (Ladybird), Georgina Miller (Sabrina), Jennifer Laverty (Priscilla), Fiona Lalor (Triona), Joan Sheehy (Mandy), Dennis Foley (Mental), Gerry Walshe (Weasel), Ronan Conlon (architect), Gerry McCann (butcher), Peter Byrne (Fabian), Barbara Bergin (walkie talkie).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date05/02/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew six-part drama set in contemporary Ireland. Second episode. The eco warriors have set up their campfire in The Woods on the day of the wedding. Seamus and Doc check them out. Meanwhile, Randy has been missing for the night and Annie is concerned and mounts a search. Seamus, meanwhile, is becoming more obsessed with his teenage heartthrob, Siofra, who is hanging out in The Woods with the eco warriors. Fr.Brazil has succeeded in closing down Velvet's Lap dancing Club and now wants to get rid of the Warriors because of their drugs habits. Donie is determined to keep Siofra around. Jolene is in the chipper when she spots Siofra...
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 27 Jan-2 Feb, 2007:13-14. ‘Urban Cowboy, An interview with actor Lorcan Cranitch, about the RTE new drama series TROUBLE IN PARADISE.
    KeywordsCountry and Western Music
    Rural Life
    Environmentalists
    Priests
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, sc: Barbara Bergin, p: Niamh Fagan, d: Emer Reynolds, 1st a.d.: Sean Griffin, 2nd a.d.: Lisa Kelly, 3rd a.d.: John Wallace, addtnl.a.d.: Anna Harrison, Leanne O’Hagan, extra co-ord: Cathy Griffin, Ciara McGuill, focus: Simon Culleton, c.a.: Christino Ayoub, Georgina Bates, addtnl.ph: Gavin Reilly, Richard Kendrick, Conor Hammond, sc.super: Jeannette McGrath, Melissa Kenny, s: Simon Clark, s. maintenance: Jason Bennett, p.co-ord: Mary Gilroy, a.p.co-ord: Eimer O’Kane, p.a.: Yvonne Corscadden, p.accnt: Sile Dorney, a.p.accnt: Cian Ó Muilteoir, Una Reynolds, Bill Webster, p.m.: Pat Nangle, a.l.m.: Evelyn O’Neill, Clare McCaughley, light gaffer: Niall Mannion, genny op: Joe Kerins, elec: Brendan Wallis, art.d.: Alice Norris, art dept standby: Helen McDermott, p.buyer: Shonagh Smith, art dept a: Graham Williams, prop master: Bob Pritchard, props: Ignacio Barbe, dressing props: Alan Harvey, dressing room a: Caoimhin Ó Conghaile, standby props driver: Francis Ryan, dressing props driver: Pat O’Neill, cnstr man: Nikki McManus, make-up.a: Aoife Mullally, hair a: Lorraine Brennan, cost super: Fiona Brownlie, cost.a.: Aoife Byrne, Caoimhe Stack, stunt.co-ord: Donal O’Farrell, stunt perf: Dominic Hewitt, trans capt: Mick Murphy, unit driver: Tony Mullally, post p.super: Alan Fitzpatrick, post p.co-ord: Susanne McKenzie, a.ed: Andrew Hearne, colourist: Gary Curran, online ed: Simon Thornton, super s.ed: Sarah Gaines, s.effs.ed: Fiadhnait McCann, dial.ed.: Nikki Moss, a.effs.ed: Michelle Lemass, re-rd.mix: John Fitzpatrick, Peter Blaney, publicist: Karen Fitzpatrick, stills: Colm Hogan, Bernard Walsh, catering: Clive Williams, Anthony Engfert, p.exec: Tricia Perrott, Joanne Duffy, p.man: Christine Healy, cast: Louise Kelly, make-up: Barbara Conway, chief hair: Sandra Kelly, cost: Driscoll Calder, p.dsgn: Adrian Smith, m: Ray Harman, ed: Grainne Gavigan, Ben Yeates, dop: Ciarán Barry, development exec: Eilish Kent (RTE), commissioning ed; Jane Gogan (RTE), exec.p.: Eoin Holmes. Filmed on location in Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Rathesker, Co. Louth and Dublin.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleTROUBLE IN PARADISE
    Production companyGreat Western Films
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    DirectorREYNOLDS, Emer
    Script/AdaptationBERGIN, Barbara
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date12/02/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew six-part drama set in contemporary Ireland. Jolene strikes a deal with Siofra which Doc is delighted about.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 27 Jan-2 Feb, 2007:13-14. ‘Urban Cowboy, An interview with actor Lorcan Cranitch, about the RTE new drama series TROUBLE IN PARADISE.
    KeywordsCountry and Western Music
    Rural Life
    Environmentalists
    Priests
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, sc: Barbara Bergin, p: Niamh Fagan, d: Emer Reynolds, 1st a.d.: Sean Griffin, 2nd a.d.: Lisa Kelly, 3rd a.d.: John Wallace, addtnl.a.d.: Anna Harrison, Leanne O’Hagan, extra co-ord: Cathy Griffin, Ciara McGuill, focus: Simon Culleton, c.a.: Christino Ayoub, Georgina Bates, addtnl.ph: Gavin Reilly, Richard Kendrick, Conor Hammond, sc.super: Jeannette McGrath, Melissa Kenny, s: Simon Clark, s. maintenance: Jason Bennett, p.co-ord: Mary Gilroy, a.p.co-ord: Eimer O’Kane, p.a.: Yvonne Corscadden, p.accnt: Sile Dorney, a.p.accnt: Cian Ó Muilteoir, Una Reynolds, Bill Webster, p.m.: Pat Nangle, a.l.m.: Evelyn O’Neill, Clare McCaughley, light gaffer: Niall Mannion, genny op: Joe Kerins, elec: Brendan Wallis, art.d.: Alice Norris, art dept standby: Helen McDermott, p.buyer: Shonagh Smith, art dept a: Graham Williams, prop master: Bob Pritchard, props: Ignacio Barbe, dressing props: Alan Harvey, dressing room a: Caoimhin Ó Conghaile, standby props driver: Francis Ryan, dressing props driver: Pat O’Neill, cnstr man: Nikki McManus, make-up.a: Aoife Mullally, hair a: Lorraine Brennan, cost super: Fiona Brownlie, cost.a.: Aoife Byrne, Caoimhe Stack, stunt.co-ord: Donal O’Farrell, stunt perf: Dominic Hewitt, trans capt: Mick Murphy, unit driver: Tony Mullally, post p.super: Alan Fitzpatrick, post p.co-ord: Susanne McKenzie, a.ed: Andrew Hearne, colourist: Gary Curran, online ed: Simon Thornton, super s.ed: Sarah Gaines, s.effs.ed: Fiadhnait McCann, dial.ed.: Nikki Moss, a.effs.ed: Michelle Lemass, re-rd.mix: John Fitzpatrick, Peter Blaney, publicist: Karen Fitzpatrick, stills: Colm Hogan, Bernard Walsh, catering: Clive Williams, Anthony Engfert, p.exec: Tricia Perrott, Joanne Duffy, p.man: Christine Healy, cast: Louise Kelly, make-up: Barbara Conway, chief hair: Sandra Kelly, cost: Driscoll Calder, p.dsgn: Adrian Smith, m: Ray Harman, ed: Grainne Gavigan, Ben Yeates, dop: Ciarán Barry, development exec: Eilish Kent (RTE), commissioning ed; Jane Gogan (RTE), exec.p.: Eoin Holmes. Filmed on location in Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Rathesker, Co. Louth and Dublin.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleTROUBLE IN PARADISE
    Production companyGreat Western Films
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    DirectorREYNOLDS, Emer
    Script/AdaptationBERGIN, Barbara
    CastLorcan Cranitch (Doc Little), Angeline Ball (Annie Little), Charlene Gleeson (Jolene Little), Adam Fergus (Seamus Doogan), Declan Conlan (Donie Doogan), Fiona O’Shaughnessy (Siofra McShane), Alan Devine (Aenghus), Merrina Milltrap (Nikki), Dermot Magennis (Badger), Gerry O’Brien (Velvety Mullen), Anthony Morris (Drubber Doherty), Tom Jordan Murphy (Fr. Jason Brazil), Myles Purcell (Ignatius), Georgina Miller (Sabrina ), Jennifer Laverty (Priscilla), Joan Sheehy (Mandy), Denis Foley (Mental), Gerry McCann (Butcher), Alan King (Richie), Paul Roe (Danny), Peter Byrne (Fabian), Rory Nolan (Jarleth), Barbara Bergin (Walkie Talkie).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date18/02/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew six-part drama set in contemporary Ireland.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 27 Jan-2 Feb, 2007:13-14. ‘Urban Cowboy, An interview with actor Lorcan Cranitch, about the RTE new drama series TROUBLE IN PARADISE.
    KeywordsCountry and Western Music
    Rural Life
    Environmentalists
    Priests
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, sc: Barbara Bergin, p: Niamh Fagan, d: Emer Reynolds, 1st a.d.: Sean Griffin, 2nd a.d.: Lisa Kelly, 3rd a.d.: John Wallace, addtnl.a.d.: Anna Harrison, Leanne O’Hagan, extra co-ord: Cathy Griffin, Ciara McGuill, focus: Simon Culleton, c.a.: Christino Ayoub, Georgina Bates, addtnl.ph: Gavin Reilly, Richard Kendrick, Conor Hammond, sc.super: Jeannette McGrath, Melissa Kenny, s: Simon Clark, s. maintenance: Jason Bennett, p.co-ord: Mary Gilroy, a.p.co-ord: Eimer O’Kane, p.a.: Yvonne Corscadden, p.accnt: Sile Dorney, a.p.accnt: Cian Ó Muilteoir, Una Reynolds, Bill Webster, p.m.: Pat Nangle, a.l.m.: Evelyn O’Neill, Clare McCaughley, light gaffer: Niall Mannion, genny op: Joe Kerins, elec: Brendan Wallis, art.d.: Alice Norris, art dept standby: Helen McDermott, p.buyer: Shonagh Smith, art dept a: Graham Williams, prop master: Bob Pritchard, props: Ignacio Barbe, dressing props: Alan Harvey, dressing room a: Caoimhin Ó Conghaile, standby props driver: Francis Ryan, dressing props driver: Pat O’Neill, cnstr man: Nikki McManus, make-up.a: Aoife Mullally, hair a: Lorraine Brennan, cost super: Fiona Brownlie, cost.a.: Aoife Byrne, Caoimhe Stack, stunt.co-ord: Donal O’Farrell, stunt perf: Dominic Hewitt, trans capt: Mick Murphy, unit driver: Tony Mullally, post p.super: Alan Fitzpatrick, post p.co-ord: Susanne McKenzie, a.ed: Andrew Hearne, colourist: Gary Curran, online ed: Simon Thornton, super s.ed: Sarah Gaines, s.effs.ed: Fiadhnait McCann, dial.ed.: Nikki Moss, a.effs.ed: Michelle Lemass, re-rd.mix: John Fitzpatrick, Peter Blaney, publicist: Karen Fitzpatrick, stills: Colm Hogan, Bernard Walsh, catering: Clive Williams, Anthony Engfert, p.exec: Tricia Perrott, Joanne Duffy, p.man: Christine Healy, cast: Louise Kelly, make-up: Barbara Conway, chief hair: Sandra Kelly, cost: Driscoll Calder, p.dsgn: Adrian Smith, m: Ray Harman, ed: Grainne Gavigan, Ben Yeates, dop: Ciarán Barry, development exec: Eilish Kent (RTE), commissioning ed; Jane Gogan (RTE), exec.p.: Eoin Holmes. Filmed on location in Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Rathesker, Co. Louth and Dublin.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleTROUBLE IN PARADISE
    Production companyGreat Western Films
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    DirectorREYNOLDS, Emer
    Script/AdaptationBERGIN, Barbara
    CastLorcan Cranitch (Doc Little), Angeline Ball (Annie Little), Charlene Gleeson (Jolene Little), Adam Fergus (Seamus Doogan), Declan Conlan (Donie Doogan), Fiona O’Shaughnessy (Siofra McShane), Alan Devine (Aenghus), Merrina Milltrap (Nikki), Dermot Magennis (Badger), Gerry O’Brien (Velvety Mullen), Anthony Morris (Drubber Doherty), Tom Jordan Murphy (Fr. Jason Brazil), Myles Purcell (Ignatius), Georgina Miller (Sabrina ), Jennifer Laverty (Priscilla), Joan Sheehy (Mandy), Denis Foley (Mental), Gerry McCann (Butcher), Alan King (Richie), Paul Roe (Danny), Peter Byrne (Fabian), Rory Nolan (Jarleth), Barbara Bergin (Walkie Talkie).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date05/03/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryBelltown unites to get rid of the Eco Warriors.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 27 Jan-2 Feb, 2007:13-14. ‘Urban Cowboy, An interview with actor Lorcan Cranitch, about the RTE new drama series TROUBLE IN PARADISE.
    KeywordsCountry and Western Music
    Rural Life
    Environmentalists
    Priests
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, sc: Barbara Bergin, p: Niamh Fagan, d: Emer Reynolds, 1st a.d.: Sean Griffin, 2nd a.d.: Lisa Kelly, 3rd a.d.: John Wallace, addtnl.a.d.: Anna Harrison, Leanne O’Hagan, extra co-ord: Cathy Griffin, Ciara McGuill, focus: Simon Culleton, c.a.: Christino Ayoub, Georgina Bates, addtnl.ph: Gavin Reilly, Richard Kendrick, Conor Hammond, sc.super: Jeannette McGrath, Melissa Kenny, s: Simon Clark, s. maintenance: Jason Bennett, p.co-ord: Mary Gilroy, a.p.co-ord: Eimer O’Kane, p.a.: Yvonne Corscadden, p.accnt: Sile Dorney, a.p.accnt: Cian Ó Muilteoir, Una Reynolds, Bill Webster, p.m.: Pat Nangle, a.l.m.: Evelyn O’Neill, Clare McCaughley, light gaffer: Niall Mannion, genny op: Joe Kerins, elec: Brendan Wallis, art.d.: Alice Norris, art dept standby: Helen McDermott, p.buyer: Shonagh Smith, art dept a: Graham Williams, prop master: Bob Pritchard, props: Ignacio Barbe, dressing props: Alan Harvey, dressing room a: Caoimhin Ó Conghaile, standby props driver: Francis Ryan, dressing props driver: Pat O’Neill, cnstr man: Nikki McManus, make-up.a: Aoife Mullally, hair a: Lorraine Brennan, cost super: Fiona Brownlie, cost.a.: Aoife Byrne, Caoimhe Stack, stunt.co-ord: Donal O’Farrell, stunt perf: Dominic Hewitt, trans capt: Mick Murphy, unit driver: Tony Mullally, post p.super: Alan Fitzpatrick, post p.co-ord: Susanne McKenzie, a.ed: Andrew Hearne, colourist: Gary Curran, online ed: Simon Thornton, super s.ed: Sarah Gaines, s.effs.ed: Fiadhnait McCann, dial.ed.: Nikki Moss, a.effs.ed: Michelle Lemass, re-rd.mix: John Fitzpatrick, Peter Blaney, publicist: Karen Fitzpatrick, stills: Colm Hogan, Bernard Walsh, catering: Clive Williams, Anthony Engfert, p.exec: Tricia Perrott, Joanne Duffy, p.man: Christine Healy, cast: Louise Kelly, make-up: Barbara Conway, chief hair: Sandra Kelly, cost: Driscoll Calder, p.dsgn: Adrian Smith, m: Ray Harman, ed: Grainne Gavigan, Ben Yeates, dop: Ciarán Barry, development exec: Eilish Kent (RTE), commissioning ed; Jane Gogan (RTE), exec.p.: Eoin Holmes. Filmed on location in Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Rathesker, Co. Louth and Dublin.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleTROUBLE IN PARADISE
    Production companyGreat Western Films
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    DirectorREYNOLDS, Emer
    Script/AdaptationBERGIN, Barbara
    CastLorcan Cranitch (Doc Little), Angeline Ball (Annie Little), Charlene Gleeson (Jolene Little), Adam Fergus (Seamus Doogan), Declan Conlan (Donie Doogan), Fiona O’Shaughnessy (Siofra McShane), Alan Devine (Aenghus), Merrina Milltrap (Nikki), Dermot Magennis (Badger), Gerry O’Brien (Velvety Mullen), Anthony Morris (Drubber Doherty), Tom Jordan Murphy (Fr. Jason Brazil), Myles Purcell (Ignatius), Georgina Miller (Sabrina ), Jennifer Laverty (Priscilla), Joan Sheehy (Mandy), Denis Foley (Mental), Gerry McCann (Butcher), Alan King (Richie), Paul Roe (Danny), Peter Byrne (Fabian), Rory Nolan (Jarleth), Barbara Bergin (Walkie Talkie).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date00/03/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryBelltown unites to get rid of the Eco Warriors.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 27 Jan-2 Feb, 2007:13-14. ‘Urban Cowboy, An interview with actor Lorcan Cranitch, about the RTE new drama series TROUBLE IN PARADISE.
    KeywordsCountry and Western Music
    Rural Life
    Environmentalists
    Priests
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, sc: Barbara Bergin, p: Niamh Fagan, d: Emer Reynolds, 1st a.d.: Sean Griffin, 2nd a.d.: Lisa Kelly, 3rd a.d.: John Wallace, addtnl.a.d.: Anna Harrison, Leanne O’Hagan, extra co-ord: Cathy Griffin, Ciara McGuill, focus: Simon Culleton, c.a.: Christino Ayoub, Georgina Bates, addtnl.ph: Gavin Reilly, Richard Kendrick, Conor Hammond, sc.super: Jeannette McGrath, Melissa Kenny, s: Simon Clark, s. maintenance: Jason Bennett, p.co-ord: Mary Gilroy, a.p.co-ord: Eimer O’Kane, p.a.: Yvonne Corscadden, p.accnt: Sile Dorney, a.p.accnt: Cian Ó Muilteoir, Una Reynolds, Bill Webster, p.m.: Pat Nangle, a.l.m.: Evelyn O’Neill, Clare McCaughley, light gaffer: Niall Mannion, genny op: Joe Kerins, elec: Brendan Wallis, art.d.: Alice Norris, art dept standby: Helen McDermott, p.buyer: Shonagh Smith, art dept a: Graham Williams, prop master: Bob Pritchard, props: Ignacio Barbe, dressing props: Alan Harvey, dressing room a: Caoimhin Ó Conghaile, standby props driver: Francis Ryan, dressing props driver: Pat O’Neill, cnstr man: Nikki McManus, make-up.a: Aoife Mullally, hair a: Lorraine Brennan, cost super: Fiona Brownlie, cost.a.: Aoife Byrne, Caoimhe Stack, stunt.co-ord: Donal O’Farrell, stunt perf: Dominic Hewitt, trans capt: Mick Murphy, unit driver: Tony Mullally, post p.super: Alan Fitzpatrick, post p.co-ord: Susanne McKenzie, a.ed: Andrew Hearne, colourist: Gary Curran, online ed: Simon Thornton, super s.ed: Sarah Gaines, s.effs.ed: Fiadhnait McCann, dial.ed.: Nikki Moss, a.effs.ed: Michelle Lemass, re-rd.mix: John Fitzpatrick, Peter Blaney, publicist: Karen Fitzpatrick, stills: Colm Hogan, Bernard Walsh, catering: Clive Williams, Anthony Engfert, p.exec: Tricia Perrott, Joanne Duffy, p.man: Christine Healy, cast: Louise Kelly, make-up: Barbara Conway, chief hair: Sandra Kelly, cost: Driscoll Calder, p.dsgn: Adrian Smith, m: Ray Harman, ed: Grainne Gavigan, Ben Yeates, dop: Ciarán Barry, development exec: Eilish Kent (RTE), commissioning ed; Jane Gogan (RTE), exec.p.: Eoin Holmes. Filmed on location in Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Rathesker, Co. Louth and Dublin.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleTROUBLE IN PARADISE
    Production companyGreat Western Films
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    DirectorREYNOLDS, Emer
    Script/AdaptationBERGIN, Barbara
    CastLorcan Cranitch (Doc Little), Angeline Ball (Annie Little), Charlene Gleeson (Jolene Little), Adam Fergus (Seamus Doogan), Declan Conlan (Donie Doogan), Fiona O’Shaughnessy (Siofra McShane), Alan Devine (Aenghus), Merrina Milltrap (Nikki), Dermot Magennis (Badger), Gerry O’Brien (Velvety Mullen), Anthony Morris (Drubber Doherty), Tom Jordan Murphy (Fr. Jason Brazil), Myles Purcell (Ignatius), Georgina Miller (Sabrina ), Jennifer Laverty (Priscilla), Joan Sheehy (Mandy), Denis Foley (Mental), Gerry McCann (Butcher), Alan King (Richie), Paul Roe (Danny), Peter Byrne (Fabian), Rory Nolan (Jarleth), Barbara Bergin (Walkie Talkie).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date12/03/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryIn the last episode, there’s a shock in store for Seamus in the Woods; Jolene unlocks a long-hidden family secret.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 27 Jan-2 Feb, 2007:13-14. ‘Urban Cowboy, An interview with actor Lorcan Cranitch, about the RTE new drama series TROUBLE IN PARADISE.
    KeywordsCountry and Western Music
    Rural Life
    Environmentalists
    Priests
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, sc: Barbara Bergin, p: Niamh Fagan, d: Emer Reynolds, 1st a.d.: Sean Griffin, 2nd a.d.: Lisa Kelly, 3rd a.d.: John Wallace, addtnl.a.d.: Anna Harrison, Leanne O’Hagan, extra co-ord: Cathy Griffin, Ciara McGuill, focus: Simon Culleton, c.a.: Christino Ayoub, Georgina Bates, addtnl.ph: Gavin Reilly, Richard Kendrick, Conor Hammond, sc.super: Jeannette McGrath, Melissa Kenny, s: Simon Clark, s. maintenance: Jason Bennett, p.co-ord: Mary Gilroy, a.p.co-ord: Eimer O’Kane, p.a.: Yvonne Corscadden, p.accnt: Sile Dorney, a.p.accnt: Cian Ó Muilteoir, Una Reynolds, Bill Webster, p.m.: Pat Nangle, a.l.m.: Evelyn O’Neill, Clare McCaughley, light gaffer: Niall Mannion, genny op: Joe Kerins, elec: Brendan Wallis, art.d.: Alice Norris, art dept standby: Helen McDermott, p.buyer: Shonagh Smith, art dept a: Graham Williams, prop master: Bob Pritchard, props: Ignacio Barbe, dressing props: Alan Harvey, dressing room a: Caoimhin Ó Conghaile, standby props driver: Francis Ryan, dressing props driver: Pat O’Neill, cnstr man: Nikki McManus, make-up.a: Aoife Mullally, hair a: Lorraine Brennan, cost super: Fiona Brownlie, cost.a.: Aoife Byrne, Caoimhe Stack, stunt.co-ord: Donal O’Farrell, stunt perf: Dominic Hewitt, trans capt: Mick Murphy, unit driver: Tony Mullally, post p.super: Alan Fitzpatrick, post p.co-ord: Susanne McKenzie, a.ed: Andrew Hearne, colourist: Gary Curran, online ed: Simon Thornton, super s.ed: Sarah Gaines, s.effs.ed: Fiadhnait McCann, dial.ed.: Nikki Moss, a.effs.ed: Michelle Lemass, re-rd.mix: John Fitzpatrick, Peter Blaney, publicist: Karen Fitzpatrick, stills: Colm Hogan, Bernard Walsh, catering: Clive Williams, Anthony Engfert, p.exec: Tricia Perrott, Joanne Duffy, p.man: Christine Healy, cast: Louise Kelly, make-up: Barbara Conway, chief hair: Sandra Kelly, cost: Driscoll Calder, p.dsgn: Adrian Smith, m: Ray Harman, ed: Grainne Gavigan, Ben Yeates, dop: Ciarán Barry, development exec: Eilish Kent (RTE), commissioning ed; Jane Gogan (RTE), exec.p.: Eoin Holmes. Filmed on location in Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Rathesker, Co. Louth and Dublin.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    TitleLORG SHORCHA, AN
    Production companyEO Teilifís
    TG4
    SponsorSound & Vision (Sceim Maoiniúcháin Craoltóireachta)
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNí BHRIAIN, Carmel
    Ní THUATHAIL, Máire
    DirectorNic DHIARMADA, Briona
    CastNiamh O’Sullivan (Sorcha Ní Ghuairim), Jack Kavanagh.
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelTG4
    TX date30/01/2007
    CopyTG4
    SummaryA documentary looking at the life of unique sean nos singer Sorcha Ní Ghuairim. Born in Roisin na Mainioch, Carna, Connemara, in 1911, into a family of eleven children, Ní Ghuairim’s life is still the subject of much speculation, confusion and rumour. She was one of the first women from her background to enter university and she died as an alcoholic in a basement flat in London. The documentary begins with Ní Ghuairim’s rendition of her favourite song, ‘An Droighnean Donn’, a tragic love narrative that, according to leachtóir, Ríonach Uí Ógáin, seems to sum up Ní Ghuairim’s own life. Uí Ógáin attempts to trace the life of this enigmatic womam, asking the question “Who was Sorcha Ní Ghuairim?” and states that she found only half-truths and silences in her quest. As a woman, Sorcha Ní Ghuairim is perceived as a rule-breaker within De Valera’s Ireland of the 1920s to the 1950s. The film traces the life – full of contradictions and irony - of Sorcha Ní Ghuairim from her birth in Roisín Na Mainiach, her early years in Mainioch, and her scholarship at University College Galway. Uí Ogáin states that it remains a mystery as to why Ní Ghuairim finished college before gaining a degree. The film goes on to examine her relationship with Dublin activist, communist and republican, Sean Beaumont, whom she met while teaching at Cois Fhairraige. The film traces her move to Dublin, the death of her mother, her membership of a small left-wing group and involvement in Beaumont’s left-wing Irish-language newspaper, An t-Eireannach, which she became full-time editor of at the age of twenty-seven; Ní Ghuairim’s relationship with Eamon MacGrotty, a colleague at the newspaper, is short-lived when he is killed in the Spanish Civil War – prompting Ní Ghuairim to publish a controversial editorial in the newspaper before its closure due to bankruptcy. In 1941, Beaumont obtains a post for Ní Ghuairim in the Irish Department of Trinity College. While visiting her relatives in America in 1946, Ní Ghuairim recorded a collection of sean nos songs for the Folkways music label and continued to live a bohemian lifestyle as an independent woman in Dublin’s social circles. Uí Ógáin points out that while Ní Ghuairim had relationships with men (including the poet Máirtín Ó Direáin), she remained single. In the 1950s, she was broadcasting Irish-language folklore on radio and writing in the Irish section of the Irish Press, again in the employ of Beaumont. Uí Ógáin attempts to get to the bottom of Ní Ghuairim’s relationship with Beaumont, but is unable to account for their break-up. Ní Ghuairim’s personal life took a turn for the worse when she fell in love with a young doctor from Dublin who eventually married someone else. The film traces Ní Ghuairim’s refuge in An Cheatrú Rua, her meeting with the painter Charles Lamb, who painted her portrait, and how cultural and political issues contributed to her depression – especially the neglect of the Gaeltacht. Ní Ghuairim’s life takes a dramatic turn when, in 1955, she moves to London. Uí Ógáin attempts to explain this radical move with reference to the alleged assault-rape of Ní Ghuairim in her Dublin flat and the likelihood that she had to travel to England for an abortion. Uí Ógáin suggests that this would explain the silence of these later years. Her pain is further exacerbated by the loss of her private archive in a suitcase at a train station in London. The film ends with Ní Ghuairim’s final years as an alcoholic in Pimlico, London, shunning other Irish people, and working in restaurants and bars. Uí Ógáin states that little is known about Ní Ghuairim’s last twenty years until her death of pneumonia on 15th December, 1976, and that she was buried in her native Connemara in a family grave that doesn’t bear her name. Contributors: Leachtóir, Ríonach Uí Ógáin; Joe Pheadair Ní Ghuairim; nephew, Ciaran Brady; niece, Eileen Brady; Eamon O’Giosain, Garmhac Shéain Beaumont; Dubhghlas Sealy; Sheamuis Ó Flatharta; Liali Lamb De Buitléar.
    KeywordsSingers
    Sean Nos
    Migration
    London Irish
    Irish in Britain
    Production creditsbuíoclas le: Muintir Ghuarím, Muintir Brady, Aras Shorcha Ní Ghuairím, Carna, Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge, Peadar Mac an Iomaire, Seamus Ó Concheallainn, Seán Ó Guairim, An tAthairPeadar Ó Conghaile, Scoil Náisiúnta Nhuire, Carna, Ostean Chuan, Carna, Peadraic Ó Coirbín, Nóra Uí Shúilleabháin, Tomás Ó Caodháin, Brid Ní Chearra, Seeamus Mac Mathúna, Ollscoil na hEireann, Gaillimh, Coláiste na hOllscoile, Ardan Phort an Iarla, BAC, Antoine Ó Coileáin, Robert Ellis, Mary Forde, Coláiste na Tríonóide, Neasa Ní Chinnéide, Barbara Wright, Cahterine McGuinness, Peadraigín Nei Bhaoill, Sunniva O’Flynn, Peadar Lamb, Seeamus Jimí Mac Donnchadha, Joan McDermott, Taisce Cheol Dúchais Eireann, Orla King, Scoil na gaeilge, An Léinn Cheiltigh, Bhéaloideas Éireann, Na Teangeolaíochta, UCD, Liam Mac an Iomaire, cartlann: The Irish Film Archive of the Irish Film Institute, Huntley Film Archives, BBC Source, Éamon Ó Ciosáin, Rionach Uí Ogáin, Cartlann Bhéaloideas Éireann, Gael Linn, Lailli Lamb De Buitlear, leaithreoir: Rionach Uí Ogáin, rannpheairtithe: Seosamh Ó Guairím, Nan Tom Teaimim de Burca, Éamon Ó Closeain, An tSr. Eileen Bláthnnaid Brady, Meaití Joe Shéamuis Ó Flatharta, guthanna: Liam Mac an Iomaire, Mairéad Ní Flathearta, sc: Bríona Nic Diarmada, comhairleoir scripte: Pat Murphy, ceamera: Ncian De Buitlear, Peter Robertson, Ferdia de Buitlear, cuntóir ceamera: Conor Kelly, ceamradóireacht rostraim: Christine Ní Conchubhair, fuaim: Karl Merren, Kieran Horgan, Matte Hopwood, tiománaí: Mike Watson, feighlí: Andrea Kavanagh, propanna: Darren McGee, cultacha: The Costume Mill, maor feistis agis smidiú: Mary Faye, bainisteoir teicniúil: Seamus Ó hEidhin, aiseanna: The Farm, fuaimrian: Cathal Ó Meealóid, eagarthóir line: Ivor Hyland, bainisteoir léirithe: Christine Ní Conchubhair, eagerthóir: Gordon Bruic, léiritheoir feidhmúcháin do TG4: Michéal Ó Meallaigh, léiritheoir feidhmúcháin do Choimisiún Craclacheain na hÉireann: Brian Furey, léiritheoiri: Carmel Ní Bhriain, Maire Ni Thuathail, stiúrthóir: Briona Nic Dhiarmada, spon: Sound & Vision (Sceim Maoiniúcháin Craoltóireachta), p.c.: EO Teilifís, TG4.
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary

    Series/Newsreel titleFUIL AGUS DÚCH
    BLOOD AND INK
    Episode/Item titlePlayboy Of The Western World, The
    Dibirt Cháiliúil An Mháilligh
    Legendary Running Of The Máillach, The
    Production companyFastnet Films
    TG4
    SponsorSound & Vision (Scéim Maoiniúcháin Craoltóireachta)
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorKINIRONS, MIchael
    Script/AdaptationKINIRONS, MIchael
    CastNevan Finegan (Liam Ó Maille), Mairtín Jamesie (Seán Ó Maille), Darach Ó Dubhain (Sheanín), Brid Greene (Bean Liam), Annette Roland (Bean Sheeain), Derek McDonnell (J.M. Synge), Liam Heffron (an Cosai), Brendan Ryan (Fear RIC 1), Conor Hipwell (Fear RIC 2).
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration52
    TX channelTG4
    CopyTG4
    SummaryNew series exploring historical murders that became the basis for literary works. Second episode looks at the story of the murderer William O’Malley, who inspired John Millington Synge’s ‘The Playboy of the Western World’. O’Malley (also known as ‘An Máilleach’) killed his own father in 1873 in a conflict surrounding a potato field in Connemara, after which he fled to the Aran Islands and evaded the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) with some help from the islanders. With comment from Prof. Declan Kiberd, playwright Zoe Seaton, Prof. Nicholas Greene, John O’Malley (relative of William O’Malley), poet Dara Beag Ó Flatharta, and local historian Rúairi Ó Conghaile.
    NoteThis film contains extracts from PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD (1962)
    KeywordsMurder Investigations
    Literature
    Production creditsp.c.: Fastnet Films, TG4, spon: Sound & Vision (Scéim Maoiniúcháin Craoltóireachta), bainisteoir faidhmiuchain: Liam Nolan, comhardaitheoir leirithe: Nick McGinley, hair/make-up: Trish Flood, feisteas: Niamh Buckley, s: Michael Lemass, boom: Stephen Farrell, art.d.: Maeve Clancy, Barry Ryan, cúnthóir ceamera: Conor Higwell, Phil Sheerin, cúnthóir léirithe: Elaine English, a.ed.: Fiona Starogardzhi, dub.mix: Fiona Higgins, titles: John Talbot, graphics: Ross McDonnell, cartlanna: The Irish Times, Irish Independent, Freeman’s Journal, Redmond Morris, Four Province Films, Bord Choláiste na Tríonóide Baile Atha Cliath, trealamh:b FAS Tralee, Vast Valley Ltd., buioclas le: Paul Dolan, Crane Dry Cleaners, Tómas Mac Anna Costume Mill, Angels Costumers London, Cyril Wall, Antaine Ó Fatharta Inis Meáin B&B, Fountain Court B&B, Gleneagles B&B, Carraroe Holiday Village, Crotty B&B, Angela Flaherty B&B, Tigh Conghaile, Pig and Heifer, Insomnia, Gaity Theatre, taighdoir: Sorcha Griffin, m: Steven Lynch, c/light: Suzanne Lavelle, Eleanor Bowman, ed: Eoin McDonagh, p: Macdara Kellegher, Morgan Bushe, d/sc: Michael Kinirons.
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary Series

    Series/Newsreel titleANAMNOCHT
    Episode/Item titleFrongoch: Coláiste Na Réabhlóide
    Frongoch: University Of Revolution
    Country of originIreland
    CastNick Lee (Michael Collins), Stephen Darcy (Séamas Ó Maoilleóin), Trevor Stanley (Joe Stanley), Kevin McGeough (Risteárd Ó Maolchatha), Tom Maguire (W.J. Brennan Whitmore), Padriac McIntyre (Joe Good), Michael Judd (Col. Heygate Lambert), Joseph-Paul Travers (Lt. Bevan), Bren Barnett (Sgt. Maj. Newstead), Til Roberts (Dr. David peters), Iolo Gwyn Jones (Joni Roberts), Desmond Cunningham (Sir Charles Cameron), Alan Curran (Justice Sankey), Adrian Woods (garda príosún), Sean Stewart (oifigeach Albanach), Fergus Ó Conghaile (bleachtaire), Ifor ap Glynn, Hefin Wynn (tuairisceoir), Terence Halpin, Pierce Kavanagh, Alec Gamble, Pádraig de Búrca (Oifigigh na Breataine), Morris Deegan, Peter Shaughnessy, Demian Fox, Tony Kenny, Patricjk Beagan, Arthur Cunningham, Peadraig Óg Ó Ruairc, Laurence Thermes, Laurence Thermes óg, Jim O’Neill, Martin Daniels Emmet Ryan, Michael Moran, Jamie Halpin (cimi).
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital stereo
    Duration53
    TX channelTG4
    TX date10/04/2007
    CopyTG4
    SummaryHistorical drama-documentary about Frongoch, the prison camp in North Wales where some 1,800 Irish rebels were interred between June and December 1916 following the Easter Rising. It was the place where the plans for Irish freedom from Britain were laid down, allowing the Volunteers to regroup. The prisoners included men like Richard Mulcahy, Michael Collins and Séan T. O’Kelly. The story of the camp is told in the words of the men who were there as well as through their letters and diaries. The documentary focuses on three of the men in particular: Michael Collins, Séamas Ó Maoilleóin, and Joe Stanley, the ‘printer to the Irish Rising’.
    KeywordsColonel Heygate Lambert
    Gerry Boland
    Joe Sweeney
    1916 Rising
    Hunger Strikes
    War of Independence
    Republicanism
    Nationalism
    IRA
    Irish Republican Army
    W.J. Brennan Whitmore
    Prisoners of War
    Dr. David Peters
    Internment Camps
    Production creditsp.c.: Midas Productions, cwimni da, TG4, spon: Sound & Vision (Scéim Maoiniúcháin Craoltóireachta), tráchtaire: Seán O Tarpaigh, buíochas mór le: Brian agus Bernadette Quinn, Gaol Chill Mhantáin, Janey Quigley, Clann Stanley, Seosamh Ó Maoileóin, cartlann: Kevin Stanley, Michael Stanley, Leabharlann Neaisiúnta na hEireann, Ard-Musaem na hEureann, Cartlann Chathair agus Chontae Chorcal, Irish Independent, Príosún Cill Mhaighneann, Músaem an Pharsaigh, ITN Source, British Pathe, Imperial War Museum, Gwasanaeth Archfau Gwynedd, ceamera cúnta: Paul Shanahan, ceamera breise: Gareth Owen, fuaim: Alan Jones, cúntóiri léirithe: Justin O’Mahony, Alison Cullen, Carys Bowen, rannóg ealaíne: Rhodri Sion, Malcolm Jones, dearthóir léiriucheain: Rhian Cemlyn, smideadh, gruaige: Val Sherlock, cultacha: Gwenda Evans, ceol: Pwyll ap Sion, bainisteoir léiriucháin: Rhianydd Newbery, taighde: Liyr ab Alwyn, léirithóir cúnta: Paul Griffiths, eagarthóiri cúnta: Genevieve McAuliffe, Edel Quinn, eagarthóir scripte: Rosie Nic Cionnaith, fotheidil: TMI, eagarthóir ar-líne: Bernard Clarke, meascadh fuaime: John Williams, eagarthóir feidhmiúcháin: Lowri Gwilym (S4/C), Michéal Ó Meallaigh (TG4), Mike Keane, ceamera/soilsiú: Russell Gleeson, léiritheóir.scribhneoir: Ifor ap Glyn, stiúrthóir/eagarthóir: Rosie Nic Cionnadh.
    Genre/CategoryHistorical Documentary
    TV Documentary