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    TitleGAA 2002 - CÚIL!!
    Production companyTG4
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'Domhnaill, Micheál
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    TX channelTG4
    TX date25/12/2003
    CopyRTE
    SummarySúil siar ar imeachtaí uile na bliana in imeachtaí CLG. Ó chéad bhua Thír Eoghain sa tSraith, ar aghaidh go Sam á bhuachan don chéad uair ag Ard Mhacha. San iománaíocht, bua dúbailte - sa tsraith agus sa chraobh - ag Cill Chainnigh. Cuir san áireamh, na buaicphointí ó imeachtaí i bPeil na mBan, Camógaíocht, Liathróid Láimhe, Craobhacha na gClub, Corn an Iarnróid, Cúil na Bliana - ná cailligí nóiméad de! A complete review of the Gaelic Year 2002. From Tyrone's first League title win, to Armagh's historic first All-Ireland. In hurling, Kilkenny's League and Championship double. Plus all the other elements of the busiest ever year in GAA. Includes highlights from Ladies' Football, Camogie, Handball, Club Championships, Railway Cup, Goals of the Year, the list is endless - don't miss this Christmas afternoon hourlong special!

    Series/Newsreel titleTEENAGE CICS
    Production companyNIFTC
    Abu Media
    TG4
    Country of originIreland
    Northern Ireland
    ProducerBOYCE, Pierce
    SOEIGHE, Bríd
    DirectorBERRY, Frank
    O'REILLY, Audrey
    CastOisin O'Murchu (Danny), Alison Franklin (Aoife), Caomhain MacGiolla Easpaig (Sean), Daithí Ó Dochartaigh (Fintan), Gerard McSorley (Scannell), Maureen Butler (Lisa), Mairead Nic Artian (Sally Ann), Shakira Moore (Jean), Ailbhe Nic Caibe (Deirdre), Daire Hamilton (Mary), Morgon McIntyre (Shauna), Triona Brady (Linda), Peter Carty (Shea), Ruairi Ó'Gribín, Fintan Fegan (Na 'Rockers), Donal Ó"Cearnaigh (Gerry), Sean McNally (Philip), Gavin O'Connor (Byrne), Afric Walsh (McLaughlin), Ciaran Dunbar (Máistír Ó Cathain), Seamus Ball (Máistír Cronin), Eamonn Draper (Ó'Raghaillaigh), Peter Ballance (Stephen Doherty), Paula McFetteridge (Teresa Doherty), Dernie Mulligan (Nellie John Hudai), Britta Smith (Bríd Biddie), Aodh Mac Eamharcaigh (Fear Tracy), Joan Sheehy (Bean Ui Scannall), Domhnaill O'Donoghue (Padraig Scannall), Stephen Darcy (Danny Fásta), Alistair MacAindreasa (Glór - Danny Fásta).
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration25
    TX channelTG4
    TX date27/02/2006
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Three Belfast teenagers are packed off the Gaeltacht.
    KeywordsIrish Language
    Gaeltachta
    Teenagers
    Production creditsbainisteor leiruchain: Lisa Woods, comhordaithheoir: Laura Livingstone, cuntoiri leiruchain: Annette Carroll, Claire Pettigrew, Simon Connelly, Darren Whoriskey, Francis McKay, Ann Marie Roarty, an chead stiurtoir cunta: Ivan McMahon, an dara stiurtoir cunta: Brian Mulvey, an triu stiurtoir cunta: Barry Kiel, leanunachas: Anna Ní Mhaoinaigh, comhairleori teanga (Eithne Ní Gahallachoir, Sean Ó Madagain, Danny Brown, ceamera: Conor Hammond, cuntoir ceamera: Mark Byrne, 'b' ceamera: Gerard Conway, cuntoir 'b' ceamera: Andy Gardner, dearthoir: Nigel Pollack, dearthoir cunta: Heather Greenlees, Barbara Ann Carville, maor propanna: Shane Bunting, propanna: Darren Lyttle, togalai: Col Doherty, taifeadadh fuaime: Niamh Learmont, Andy McDonagh, Gerry Tracey, Alan McStay, meascthoir fuaime: Maire Ni Earchain, Andy Baird, leichtreoiri: Brian Livingstone, Giancarlo McDonnell, Brett McCrumm, Stephen Livingstone, grip: Ian Buckley, Liam Taylor, dearadh feistis: Susan Scott, cultacha: Ann cartwright, cuntoir cultacha: Valerie Kelly, Donna Hughes, Heather Long, smidiu: Maria Moore, cuntoir smidiu: Lorraine McCrann, Aine McBride, bainisteoir suiomh: Andrew Wilson, cuntoir suiomh; Tony Doherty, bia: Simply Good Food, tomanai: Connie Ó Domhnaill, Colin Stewart, Tony Doherty, Bernard O'Donnell, Dennis Gallacher, traenalaithe: Helen Quinn, Richard Henry, Emma Kiel, Alan Manning, Padraig Ó Grady, Aenghus Mac Eachagain, Cathal O Madagain, Colleen Mularkey, Dominic 'Nick' Sadlier, eagarthoir cunta: Darragh Byrne, ADR: Adrian Ferry, Iarleiriu fuaime: Eoin Collins, Padraig Ó Cearbhail, fotheidil: Masire MacNiallais, aiseanna: Abu Media Teoranta, treallamh ar chios: Panavision, G&H, eagarthoir: Dathai Kane, scribhneoiri & stiurthoiri: Frank Berry, Audrey O'Reilly, leiritheoiri: Pierce Boyce, Bríd Seoighe, p.c.: NIFTC, Abu Media, TG4.

    TitlePOP GHRUPA - THE HOTHOUSE FLOWERS
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorNÍ DOMHNAILL, Nuala
    Script/AdaptationNÍ DOMHNAILL, Nuala
    PhotographyO'CONNOR, Eugene
    Music performanceHothouse Flowers
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration13
    CopyRTE
    SummaryA profile of the group, Hothouse Flowers.
    KeywordsRock Music
    Pop Music
    Hothouse Flowers
    Production creditsp.c: RTE, d/sc; nuala Ni Dhomnaill, c: Eugene O'Connor, m: Hothouse Flowers, col, 13 mins, 1986.

    TitlePLEARACA NA NOLLAG
    CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorO'CONNOR, Eugene
    Script/AdaptationNÍ DOMHNAILL, Nuala
    PhotographyO'CONNOR, Eugene
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration30
    Release date1988
    SummaryA Christmas celebration with music and songs.
    KeywordsChristmas
    Music
    Production creditsp.c: RTE, d/c: Eugene O'Connor, sc: Nuala Ni Dhomnaill, col, 30 mins, 1988.

    TitleTAIN, AN
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorO'CANAOLA, Michael
    Script/AdaptationNÍ DOMHNAILL, Nuala
    PhotographyGRAHAM, Godfrey
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration10
    Release date1988
    SummaryLooks at artist Padraic Reaney's work on the Celtic myth, An Tain, and shows how his painting articulates the story of the invasion of Ulster by Maeve, Queen of Connacht.
    KeywordsMythology
    Artists
    Painters
    Padraic Reaney
    Tain, An
    Production creditsp.c: RTE, d: Michael O'Canaola, c: Godfrey Graham, col, 10 mins, 1988.

    Series/Newsreel titleFFC
    Production companyTG4
    Country of originIreland
    Castp.c.: Cúl a’Tigh, TG4, buíoclas le: Údarás na Gaeltachta, Caitlín Ní Ghallchoir, Ceimiceoir Ó Domhnaill, c: Billy Keady, s: Reamonn De Brún, boom: Padraig Ó Mianín, cúntoir c: Micheal Ó Dichartaigh, leanúnchas: Brid Ní Giolla Bhríde, feistis: Grace NÍ Dhochartaigh, dearadh seite: Fiona Daly, cóirtu seite: Michael Moynihan, smidiu: Bernadette Nic Giolla Bhrighde, propaí: Manus Ó Domhnaill, scríbhneoiri: Sean Mac Fhionnghaile, Patricia Ní Fhearraigh, Bernard Ó Duibheannaigh, eagarthoir reamhlíne: James Finlan, ed: Jimmy Connolly, meascadh fuaime: Philip Murphy, ceol: Martin Ó Hara, rúnaí léirithe: Eimear Nic Fhionnghaille, bainisteoir leirithe: Anna Ní Mhaonaigh, léiritheoir: Fiona Nic Giolla Bhrighde, léiritheoir feidhmeach: Sean Mac Fhionnghaille, d: Tomás MacArdle. Aodh Ó Duibheannaigh (Joe), Patricia Ní Fhearraigh (Cynthia), Mairead Mhic Grianna (Una), Eoghan Mac Ghiolla Bhrighde (Michaél), Bernard Ó Duibheannaigh (Fiachra), Maire Uí Rabhartaigh (Brid), Annette Nic Fhionnlaoich (Deirdre), Mairead De Barra (Máire), Donncha Ó Bhaoill (Ned), Aodh Mac Eachmharcaigh (Colm), Martin Mac Giolla Easbuig (Aiden), Aodh Mac Laifeartaigh (Delaney), Prionsias Ó Duibhir (Jimmy), Coilín Ó Corbuí, Agatha Hearst, Meaire Ní Dhomhnaill, Brid Uei Ghalchoir, Máirín Nic Pháidin, Jack Mac Dábháid, Shane Mac Grianna.
    LanguageIrish
    Duration25
    TX channelTG4
    TX date01/06/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryWhen factory owner Finbar O'Domhnaill dies suddenly, his family must decide who will take over the business.
    Production creditsp.c.: Cúl a’Tigh, TG4, buíoclas le: Údarás na Gaeltachta, Caitlín Ní Ghallchoir, Ceimiceoir Ó Domhnaill, c: Billy Keady, s: Reamonn De Brún, boom: Padraig Ó Mianín, cúntoir c: Micheal Ó Dichartaigh, leanúnchas: Brid Ní Giolla Bhríde, feistis: Grace NÍ Dhochartaigh, dearadh seite: Fiona Daly, cóirtu seite: Michael Moynihan, smidiu: Bernadette Nic Giolla Bhrighde, propaí: Manus Ó Domhnaill, scríbhneoiri: Sean Mac Fhionnghaile, Patricia Ní Fhearraigh, Bernard Ó Duibheannaigh, eagarthoir reamhlíne: James Finlan, ed: Jimmy Connolly, meascadh fuaime: Philip Murphy, ceol: Martin Ó Hara, rúnaí léirithe: Eimear Nic Fhionnghaille, bainisteoir leirithe: Anna Ní Mhaonaigh, léiritheoir: Fiona Nic Giolla Bhrighde, léiritheoir feidhmeach: Sean Mac Fhionnghaille, d: Tomás MacArdle.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Comedy

    TitleALISON
    Production companyBrian O'Flaherty
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'FLAHERTY, Brian
    DirectorO'FLAHERTY, Brian
    Script/AdaptationO'FLAHERTY, Brian
    PhotographyBERNSTEIN, Steve
    CUNNINGHAM, Nieve
    EditingCALDER, Juniper
    Associate producerO TOOLE, Michael
    Songs'Why Should I Cry Over You' written by Ned Miller and Chester Cohn, sung by Frank Sinatra. 'Don't Smoke in Bed' written by W. Robinson, sung by Julie London.
    CastAl McKenna (Jerry Staunton), Liz Kane (Alison Staunton), Jane
    Adams (Alison Staunton's voice).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration5
    Format16mm
    Release date1988
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryAtmospheric film noir thriller set in a large Georgian house where a
    recently-divorced young businessman. Jerry, dreams that his wife, Alison,
    has shot him. When he wakes up from the dream he is actually shot by his
    wife. (Production synopsis).
    NoteIR Rel 7/10/1988 (Cork Film Festival).
    KeywordsDreams
    LocationMerrion Square
    Arts Council Building
    Production creditsp.c: Brian O'Flaherty, p/d/sc: Brian O'Flaherty, light, c: Steve Bernstein, a.c: Nieve Cunningham, a. c: Aidan McGuinness, a.d: Michael Tully, assoc. p: Michael O'Toole, art d: Paidí Ó Domhnaill, ed: Juniper Calder, a. ed: Philip Cullen, hair: Kieron O'Flaherty, make-up: Liz Nagle, gaffer: Thomas B Tyrwhitt, prop.buyer: William (Jock) Keers, songs: 'Why Should I Cry Over You' by Ned Miller, Chester Cohn, sung by Frank Sinatra; 'Don't Smoke in Bed' by W Robinson, sung by Julie London.
    Art directionO'DOMHNAILL, Paidí
    Production designCALDER, Juniper
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Psychological Drama
    Student Film

    TitleVERY STUFF, THE
    Production companyKestervale Productions
    SponsorArts Council Of Ireland
    Bórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerGIBBINS, Howard
    DirectorMULCAHY, Lisa
    Script/AdaptationDOWLING, Clare
    DUGGAN, Marie Therese
    PhotographyFRAKE, Graham
    Sound recordingHAYES, Pat
    EditingWALSHE, Liz
    Music composerMcDONNELL, Paul
    GRANT, Liam
    Music performancePolyester
    MURRAY, Mary
    CONNOLLY, Johnny
    CONNOLLY, Mary Ellen
    FOLAN, Joan
    Songs'Here I Am', written and produced by Paul Mc Donnell and Liam Grant; performed by Polyester, Mary Murray.
    'Staicin Eorna' and 'Ionsai Na Hinse' performed and arranged by Johnny Connolly, Mary Ellen Connolly and Joan Folan.
    CastSean McGinley (Sylvie), Amy Hastings (Nicola), Mary Murray (Tracy), Marie Mullen (Mrs. O'Faolaoin), Darren Keogh (Mr. O'Faolaoin), Rebecca Bowman (Enda), Aoife Moriarty (Lucy), Valerie Brunton (Sinead), Julianne Reilly (Joanne), Mairtin Jaimsie O'Flatharta (Murt), Tommy Tiernan (Damien), Michael O'Domhnaill (Paul), Miriam Allen (Lucy's mother), Barbara Bowman (hanged woman's feet ), Johnny Connolly (melodeoinist), Mary Ellen Connolly (fiddler), Joan Folan (spoon player), Aine Ni Mhuri, Joe Savino, Gigi Ni Choicorain, Tim Fleming, Frankie Mc Cafferty & Ruan Mc Gahn (radio talk show hosts & guests)
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Release date1996
    CopyIFA
    SummaryA father and daughter arrive at a guest house proprietor Mrs. O' Faolaoin thinks that they are lovers. The daughter wants to know why her mother was smiling when she hung herself? One of the girls staying at the all-Irish house believes that the father, Sylvie, murdered his wife. At a dance he reveals that his wife committed suicide to get away from him and the reason she was smiling was that she was finally free from him. The father and daughter go their separate ways.
    NoteTX in RTE's DEBUT slot.
    KeywordsSecrets
    Gossip
    Suicide
    Family
    Fathers
    Mothers
    Daughters
    Murder
    LocationBealandangan and Catharu Rua/Carraroe, Co. Galway.
    Production creditsp.c.: Kestervale Productions, p: Howard Gibbins, d: Lisa Mulcahy, sc: Clare Dowling, Marie Therese Duggan, dop: Graham Frake, ed: Liz Walshe, cast: Mary McGuire of Hubbard cast, p.man: Karen Richards, p.accnt.: David Sheehy, p.co-ord: Rachel Smith, p.a.: Tom Maguire, Carol Moorhead, Sonia Thornton, Rachel Keane, Galway a.s.:Fiona Donegan, Joan Conway, Jill Vi Dhuinn Bhig, 1st a. d: Maria O'Connor, 2nd a. d: Hannah Quinn, 3rd a. d: Nell Wright, floor runner: Dermot Whelan, loc.m.: Michael Carty, c.op: Jeremy Gee, focus puller, Tim Fleming, clapper loader: Darryl Byrne, c.asst: Margaret Moggan, Russel Gleeson, grip: Noel Keogh, loc.s.mix: Mervyn Moore, Simon Willis, boom: Dumnac Goulet, cost: Roisin Hall, ward.asst: Orla Stafford, Paula Bennett, Orla Mc Govern, make-up artists: Jennifer Hegarty, hair: Bernadette Dooley, Ciara Mc Carthy, driver: Wayne Cullen, art d: Audrey Corr, Siochfradha Kelly, Moya Mc Hugh, prop. runaround: Killian Ramsden, sc.super.:Susan Talbot, Sabine Wuhrer, gaffer: Tom Gates, best boy: Tony Wilcox, elec: David Bourke, generator op.: Tommy Davis, carpenter: Paul Keogh, rigger: David O'Mara, cons.man: Alan Clarke, chaperones: Barbara Bowman, Patricia Doyle, Aisling Sheehan, chef: Tara O'Sullivan, assistant caterers: Bridgette Blogg: Aileen Mulcahy, Catering Kitchen supplied by Fitzers, camera and Lens supplied by Panavision (Ireland) Ltd., lighting equipment supplied by Film Lighting Facilities & Playlight Film and Television Ltd. Generator supplied by Cine Electric, Facilities truck Supplied by G&H Film & Television Services, film stock supplied by Kodak (Ireland) Ltd. ed. equip: Avid Technology. post.p. facilities: Screen Scene Ltd., a. post.p. facilities: The Yard. Processing by Technicolor. Rushes Transfer by Midnight Transfer, couriers: City Air Express. insurance services: Network Insurances. Motorola Radios Supplied by John McKenna. Script Developed by Camera Pen Ltd. exec.p. for Camera Pen Ltd.: Marie Therese Duggan, Music and 'Here I Am' sc/p: Paul Mc Donnell and Liam Grant. recorded at Totally Wired Studios, Dublin. 'Here I Am' performed by Polyester, sung by Mary Murray, 'Staicin Eorna' & 'Ionsai Na Hinse' performed and arranged by Johnny Connolly, Mary Ellen Connolly and Joan Folan, s.mix.: Pat Hayes, s.ed.: Paddy Gibbons, post.p.s. recorded at Ardmore Sound, Recorded in Dolby Stereo C. in selected theatres. Titling by Film Optic. With thanks to; Frank Barrett, Joan Bergin, Bord Failte, Pierre Burg, Byrnes Pork Merchants, ( Ta Tosh ), Cantrell and Cochcrane Ltd. P.J. Carrolls, Cellular Direct, Mairead Ni Chiardha, Jim Colgan, Paul Cullen, Courtyard Studios, Jill Doyle, Down Dairies, Galway, Caroline Dunne, Druid Theatre, Sharon Fitzpatrick, Fat Larry's, Carraroe, Graham Frake, Michael and Helen Foley, Gallaghers, Gaiety School of Acting, Galway Film Centre, Galway County Council, Tony Garnett, Galway Omniplex, Gumdrop Gibbins, Alan Gavin, Kevin Greene, Mary Gough, Guinness Plc. Griffin Bakeries, Shirley Henderson, Michael Healy, The Hooker Bar, John Higgins, Igloo Films, Pamela Hughes, Marie Jewell, Konrad Jay, Little Bird Prods Ltd, Lyons Tea, Trish McAdam, Donal Joyce, Noel Mc Donaghn, Dara Mc Clatchie, Mayday Couriers, Macnas Theatre Co, Aileen Mulcahy (thanks Mum), Margaret Moggan, David Mulcahy, Barbara Mulcahy, Hugh Mulcahy, Hector Mulcahy, Richard Mulcahy, Martha Mulcahy, Tina Mulcahy, Sean and Rosemary Mulcahy, Gillian Oman, Musgraves cash and carry, Michael O'Donnell, Hugh and Miriam O'Donaghue, John and Barbara O'Mally, Catherine O'Flaherty, Barry O'Sullivan, Maureen O'Sullivan, Lucy and Johnny O'Toole, Ostan Cheathru Rua, Lisa Parker, Laerke Pederson, John Players, Punchbag Theatre, Trevor Price, Sian Quill, Radio Na Gaeltachta, Screen Scene, Gladys Sheehan, Jerry Sheehan, Shruti Shah, Johnny Speers, Star Rentals, Richard standeven, System Solutions Ltd., Sutton Park School, Taibhearc Na Gailimh, Tayto Ltd. Maeve Widger, Sara Walsh, The Yard, World Productions and The people of Bealandangan and Catharu Rua, County Galway. This film was only made possible by the time, energy and resources that were put into it by all those people above and (probably) some we have forgotten to thank. Completed with the assistance of Bord Scannan Na hEireann/ Irish Film Board & The Arts Council/ An Comhaire Ealaion. Grant-Aided by the Arts Council. C. Kestervale Ltd. 1996.
    Art directionCORR, Audrey
    KELLY, Siochfradha
    McHugh, Moya
    Costume designHALL, Roisin
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama

    TitleAIFRIC
    Production companyTelegael
    TG4
    Country of originIreland
    CastCliona Ní Chiosáin, Maireád Conneely, Barry Barnes, Kevin O’Dwyer, Sláine Hutchinson, Gráinne Bleasdale.
    LanguageIrish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration25 x 13
    TX channelTG4
    TX date02/11/2006
    CopyRTE
    SummaryThirteen-part drama comedy series for teenagers. Thirteen-year-old Aifric wants to make new friends at the school in the town that she and her family have moved to. Matters are not helped by the behaviour of her family - her dad is an accountant who is really a closet rock star; her mum is becoming more and more neurotic; and her brother Traolach has immersed himself in Buddhism and football. In the first episode, Aifric organises for some of her friends to have a sleepover at the house.
    KeywordsTeenagers
    School
    Family
    Production creditsp.c.: Telegael, comh-comh-airgeadithe: Bord Scannán na hEireann/Irish Film Board, TG4, Broadcasting Commission of Ireland/BCI, gníomhaire díolachain: Porchlight Entertainment Ltd., stiúrthóir: Paul Mercier, leíritheoirí: Micheál Ó’Domhnaill, John Brady, scríbhneoirí: Tadhg Mac Dhonnagain, Roise Goan, Ailbhe Nic Giolla Bhrighde, scannánaíocht: Billy Keady, eagarthóir: Kevin Lavelle, ceol: Tom Lawrence, dearadh léiríucháin: Gillian Ní Chaiside.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Comedy

    Series/Newsreel titleLAST FURLONG, THE
    Production companyGreat Western Films Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE Drama
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    PERROTT, Tricia
    DirectorCARNEY, Kieran
    Script/AdaptationCARNEY, Kieran
    PhotographyWALDRON, Mark
    BURN, Ken
    REILLY, Gavin
    DUNGAN, Brian
    ESTEVADO, Miguel
    GLEESON, Russell
    Sound recordingFLANAGAN, Robert
    EditingBAYLIS, Jerry
    McGRATH, Declan
    McCRYSTAL, Eugene
    TURPIN, Jamie
    Executive producerHOLMES, Eoin
    CAFFREY, Mary
    Music composerHARMAN, Ray
    CastSimon Delaney (Diogo Furlong), Orla Fitzgerald (Mags Daly), Garrett Keogh (David Daly), Simon Keogh (John Ford), Domhnaill Gleeson (Sean Flanagan), Marta Chita (Mama), Christianne Gadd (Claudia), Leandro Barras Tuche, Leander Silva Sonza, Ze-Ze Ngambui (Band Portugal), Emma Moohan (stewardess No 1), Kathy Monahan (stewardess No 2), Paul Lee (Wayne), Jonathan Mitchell (Jordan), RFraqnchine Mulrooney (geneaologist), Gerry Walsh (butcher), Gerry Moore (Jack), Wuzza Conlon (Bradley), Allan Keating (Dean), Annette Tierney (garage shop woman), Patricia Irvine (Aunt Nora), Geoff Minogue (venue manager), Pat Naughton (Steve Bloom), Siobhan Lowry (Rachael Peak), Catriona Lowry (Suzie Peak), Liam Heffernan (golfer's bus driver), Billie Traynor (Maddie), Ruth Hegarty (Aoife Cassidy)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration65
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date14/11/2005
    SummaryNew comedy/drama series. A Portugese singer, Diogo Furlong, arrives in Ireland to scatter the ashes of his recently-deceased mother on his Irish father's grave. As he scours the country looking for lost relatives - and gigging on occasion - he is followed by a documentary film crew.
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films Productions, RTE, p: Niamh Fagan, co-p: Tricia Perrott, d/sc: Kieran Carney, p.co-ord: Aoife Cassidy, p.a.: Karen Moran, a.d.: Adrienne Greenhalgh, John O'Donoghue, Laura Tracey, c.op: Gavin Reilly, c.asst: Brian Dungan, Miguel Estevado, art d: Melanie Downes, a.art d: Debbie Davis, stills: Colin Hogan, a.ed.: Jamie Turpin, s.ed: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed: Fionn Higgins, re-rec.mix: Michelle Cunliffe, online ed: Eugene McCrystal, p.man: Annaleese O'Callaghan, c: Mark Waldron, Ken Burn, 2nd unit c: Russell Gleeson, p.dsgn.: Nicola Moroney, cost: Allison Byrne, 1st a. d: Gail Munnelly, loc.m.: Eoin Holohan, s: Robert Flanagan, make-up: Barabara Conway, hair: Conor McAllister, sc.super.:Kathleen Weir, sc.ed: Catriona Craig, cast: Amy Rowan, ed: Jerry Baylis, Declan McGrath, orig.m: Ray Harman, post-p.sup: Mary Gilroy, based on an original idea by Simon Delaney and Kieran Carney, exec.p: Eoin Holmes, Mary Caffrey. Filmed on location in Ireland and Portugal.
    Art directionDOWNS, Melanie
    DAVIS, Debbie
    Costume designBYRNE, Allison
    Production designMORONEY, Nicola
    Genre/CategoryTV Comedy Series
    TV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleLAST FURLONG, THE
    Production companyGreat Western Films Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE Drama
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    PERROTT, Tricia
    DirectorCARNEY, Kieran
    Script/AdaptationCARNEY, Kieran
    PhotographyWALDRON, Mark
    BURN, Ken
    REILLY, Gavin
    DUNGAN, Brian
    ESTEVADO, Miguel
    GLEESON, Russell
    Sound recordingFLANAGAN, Robert
    EditingBAYLIS, Jerry
    McGRATH, Declan
    McCRYSTAL, Eugene
    TURPIN, Jamie
    Executive producerHOLMES, Eoin
    CAFFREY, Mary
    Music composerHARMAN, Ray
    CastSimon Delaney (Diogo Furlong), Orla Fitzgerald (Mags Daly), Garrett Keogh (David Daly), Simon Keogh (John Ford), Domhnaill Gleeson (Sean Flanagan), Marta Chita (Mama), Christianne Gadd (Claudia), Leandro Barras Tuche, Leander Silva Sonza, Ze-Ze Ngambui (Band Portugal), Emma Moohan (stewardess No 1), Kathy Monahan (stewardess No 2), Paul Lee (Wayne), Jonathan Mitchell (Jordan), RFraqnchine Mulrooney (geneaologist), Gerry Walsh (butcher), Gerry Moore (Jack), Wuzza Conlon (Bradley), Allan Keating (Dean), Annette Tierney (garage shop woman), Patricia Irvine (Aunt Nora), Geoff Minogue (venue manager), Pat Naughton (Steve Bloom), Siobhan Lowry (Rachael Peak), Catriona Lowry (Suzie Peak), Liam Heffernan (golfer's bus driver), Billie Traynor (Maddie), Ruth Hegarty (Aoife Cassidy) (first Episode).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration65
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date21/11/2005
    SummaryNew comedy/drama series. A Portuguese singer, Diogo Furlong, arrives in Ireland to scatter the ashes of his recently-deceased mother on his Irish father's grave. As he scours the country looking for lost relatives - and gigging on occasion - he is followed by a documentary film crew.
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films Productions, RTE, p: Niamh Fagan, co-p: Tricia Perrott, d/sc: Kieran Carney, p.co-ord: Aoife Cassidy, p.a.: Karen Moran, a.d.: Adrienne Greenhalgh, John O'Donoghue, Laura Tracey, c.op: Gavin Reilly, c.asst: Brian Dungan, Miguel Estevado, art d: Melanie Downes, a.art d: Debbie Davis, stills: Colin Hogan, a.ed.: Jamie Turpin, s.ed: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed: Fionn Higgins, re-rec.mix: Michelle Cunliffe, online ed: Eugene McCrystal, p.man: Annaleese O'Callaghan, c: Mark Waldron, Ken Burn, 2nd unit c: Russell Gleeson, p.dsgn.: Nicola Moroney, cost: Allison Byrne, 1st a. d: Gail Munnelly, loc.m.: Eoin Holohan, s: Robert Flanagan, make-up: Barabara Conway, hair: Conor McAllister, sc.super.:Kathleen Weir, sc.ed: Catriona Craig, cast: Amy Rowan, ed: Jerry Baylis, Declan McGrath, orig.m: Ray Harman, post-p.sup: Mary Gilroy, based on an original idea by Simon Delaney and Kieran Carney, exec.p: Eoin Holmes, Mary Caffrey. Filmed on location in Ireland and Portugal.
    Art directionDOWNS, Melanie
    DAVIS, Debbie
    Costume designBYRNE, Allison
    Production designMORONEY, Nicola
    Genre/CategoryTV Comedy Series
    TV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleLAST FURLONG, THE
    Production companyGreat Western Films Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE Drama
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    PERROTT, Tricia
    DirectorCARNEY, Kieran
    Script/AdaptationCARNEY, Kieran
    PhotographyWALDRON, Mark
    BURN, Ken
    REILLY, Gavin
    DUNGAN, Brian
    ESTEVADO, Miguel
    GLEESON, Russell
    Sound recordingFLANAGAN, Robert
    EditingBAYLIS, Jerry
    McGRATH, Declan
    McCRYSTAL, Eugene
    TURPIN, Jamie
    Executive producerHOLMES, Eoin
    CAFFREY, Mary
    Music composerHARMAN, Ray
    CastSimon Delaney (Diogo Furlong), Orla Fitzgerald (Mags Daly), Garrett Keogh (David Daly), Simon Keogh (John Ford), Domhnaill Gleeson (Sean Flanagan), Marta Chita (Mama), Christianne Gadd (Claudia), Leandro Barras Tuche, Leander Silva Sonza, Ze-Ze Ngambui (Band Portugal), Emma Moohan (stewardess No 1), Kathy Monahan (stewardess No 2), Paul Lee (Wayne), Jonathan Mitchell (Jordan), RFraqnchine Mulrooney (geneaologist), Gerry Walsh (butcher), Gerry Moore (Jack), Wuzza Conlon (Bradley), Allan Keating (Dean), Annette Tierney (garage shop woman), Patricia Irvine (Aunt Nora), Geoff Minogue (venue manager), Pat Naughton (Steve Bloom), Siobhan Lowry (Rachael Peak), Catriona Lowry (Suzie Peak), Liam Heffernan (golfer's bus driver), Billie Traynor (Maddie), Ruth Hegarty (Aoife Cassidy) (first Episode).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration65
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date28/11/2005
    SummaryNew comedy/drama series. A Portuguese singer, Diogo Furlong, arrives in Ireland to scatter the ashes of his recently-deceased mother on his Irish father's grave. In episode three, Diogo becomes religious when he does a gig in a convent school. .
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films Productions, RTE, p: Niamh Fagan, co-p: Tricia Perrott, d/sc: Kieran Carney, p.co-ord: Aoife Cassidy, p.a.: Karen Moran, a.d.: Adrienne Greenhalgh, John O'Donoghue, Laura Tracey, c.op: Gavin Reilly, c.asst: Brian Dungan, Miguel Estevado, art d: Melanie Downes, a.art d: Debbie Davis, stills: Colin Hogan, a.ed.: Jamie Turpin, s.ed: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed: Fionn Higgins, re-rec.mix: Michelle Cunliffe, online ed: Eugene McCrystal, p.man: Annaleese O'Callaghan, c: Mark Waldron, Ken Burn, 2nd unit c: Russell Gleeson, p.dsgn.: Nicola Moroney, cost: Allison Byrne, 1st a. d: Gail Munnelly, loc.m.: Eoin Holohan, s: Robert Flanagan, make-up: Barabara Conway, hair: Conor McAllister, sc.super.:Kathleen Weir, sc.ed: Catriona Craig, cast: Amy Rowan, ed: Jerry Baylis, Declan McGrath, orig.m: Ray Harman, post-p.sup: Mary Gilroy, based on an original idea by Simon Delaney and Kieran Carney, exec.p: Eoin Holmes, Mary Caffrey. Filmed on location in Ireland and Portugal.
    Art directionDOWNS, Melanie
    DAVIS, Debbie
    Costume designBYRNE, Allison
    Production designMORONEY, Nicola
    Genre/CategoryTV Comedy Series
    TV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleLAST FURLONG, THE
    Production companyGreat Western Films Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE Drama
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    PERROTT, Tricia
    DirectorCARNEY, Kieran
    Script/AdaptationCARNEY, Kieran
    PhotographyWALDRON, Mark
    BURN, Ken
    REILLY, Gavin
    DUNGAN, Brian
    ESTEVADO, Miguel
    GLEESON, Russell
    Sound recordingFLANAGAN, Robert
    EditingBAYLIS, Jerry
    McGRATH, Declan
    McCRYSTAL, Eugene
    TURPIN, Jamie
    Executive producerHOLMES, Eoin
    CAFFREY, Mary
    Music composerHARMAN, Ray
    CastSimon Delaney (Diogo Furlong), Orla Fitzgerald (Mags Daly), Garrett Keogh (David Daly), Simon Keogh (John Ford), Domhnaill Gleeson (Sean Flanagan), Marta Chita (Mama), Christianne Gadd (Claudia), Leandro Barras Tuche, Leander Silva Sonza, Ze-Ze Ngambui (Band Portugal), Emma Moohan (stewardess No 1), Kathy Monahan (stewardess No 2), Paul Lee (Wayne), Jonathan Mitchell (Jordan), RFraqnchine Mulrooney (geneaologist), Gerry Walsh (butcher), Gerry Moore (Jack), Wuzza Conlon (Bradley), Allan Keating (Dean), Annette Tierney (garage shop woman), Patricia Irvine (Aunt Nora), Geoff Minogue (venue manager), Pat Naughton (Steve Bloom), Siobhan Lowry (Rachael Peak), Catriona Lowry (Suzie Peak), Liam Heffernan (golfer's bus driver), Billie Traynor (Maddie), Ruth Hegarty (Aoife Cassidy) (first Episode).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration65
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date05/12/2005
    SummaryNew comedy/drama series. A Portuguese singer, Diogo Furlong, arrives in Ireland to scatter the ashes of his recently-deceased mother on his Irish father's grave. Diogo's fiancée Claudia arrives in Ireland.
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films Productions, RTE, p: Niamh Fagan, co-p: Tricia Perrott, d/sc: Kieran Carney, p.co-ord: Aoife Cassidy, p.a.: Karen Moran, a.d.: Adrienne Greenhalgh, John O'Donoghue, Laura Tracey, c.op: Gavin Reilly, c.asst: Brian Dungan, Miguel Estevado, art d: Melanie Downes, a.art d: Debbie Davis, stills: Colin Hogan, a.ed.: Jamie Turpin, s.ed: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed: Fionn Higgins, re-rec.mix: Michelle Cunliffe, online ed: Eugene McCrystal, p.man: Annaleese O'Callaghan, c: Mark Waldron, Ken Burn, 2nd unit c: Russell Gleeson, p.dsgn.: Nicola Moroney, cost: Allison Byrne, 1st a. d: Gail Munnelly, loc.m.: Eoin Holohan, s: Robert Flanagan, make-up: Barabara Conway, hair: Conor McAllister, sc.super.:Kathleen Weir, sc.ed: Catriona Craig, cast: Amy Rowan, ed: Jerry Baylis, Declan McGrath, orig.m: Ray Harman, post-p.sup: Mary Gilroy, based on an original idea by Simon Delaney and Kieran Carney, exec.p: Eoin Holmes, Mary Caffrey. Filmed on location in Ireland and Portugal.
    Art directionDOWNS, Melanie
    DAVIS, Debbie
    Costume designBYRNE, Allison
    Production designMORONEY, Nicola
    Genre/CategoryTV Comedy Series
    TV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleLAST FURLONG, THE
    Production companyGreat Western Films Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE Drama
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFAGAN, Niamh
    PERROTT, Tricia
    DirectorCARNEY, Kieran
    Script/AdaptationCARNEY, Kieran
    PhotographyWALDRON, Mark
    BURN, Ken
    REILLY, Gavin
    DUNGAN, Brian
    ESTEVADO, Miguel
    GLEESON, Russell
    Sound recordingFLANAGAN, Robert
    EditingBAYLIS, Jerry
    McGRATH, Declan
    McCRYSTAL, Eugene
    TURPIN, Jamie
    Executive producerHOLMES, Eoin
    CAFFREY, Mary
    Music composerHARMAN, Ray
    CastSimon Delaney (Diogo Furlong), Orla Fitzgerald (Mags Daly), Garrett Keogh (David Daly), Simon Keogh (John Ford), Domhnaill Gleeson (Sean Flanagan), Marta Chita (Mama), Christianne Gadd (Claudia), Leandro Barras Tuche, Leander Silva Sonza, Ze-Ze Ngambui (Band Portugal), Emma Moohan (stewardess No 1), Kathy Monahan (stewardess No 2), Paul Lee (Wayne), Jonathan Mitchell (Jordan), RFraqnchine Mulrooney (geneaologist), Gerry Walsh (butcher), Gerry Moore (Jack), Wuzza Conlon (Bradley), Allan Keating (Dean), Annette Tierney (garage shop woman), Patricia Irvine (Aunt Nora), Geoff Minogue (venue manager), Pat Naughton (Steve Bloom), Siobhan Lowry (Rachael Peak), Catriona Lowry (Suzie Peak), Liam Heffernan (golfer's bus driver), Billie Traynor (Maddie), Ruth Hegarty (Aoife Cassidy) (first Episode).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration65
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date12/12/2005
    SummaryLast episode of the comedy/drama series. A Portuguese singer, Diogo Furlong, arrives in Ireland to scatter the ashes of his recently-deceased mother on his Irish father's grave.
    Production creditsp.c.: Great Western Films Productions, RTE, p: Niamh Fagan, co-p: Tricia Perrott, d/sc: Kieran Carney, p.co-ord: Aoife Cassidy, p.a.: Karen Moran, a.d.: Adrienne Greenhalgh, John O'Donoghue, Laura Tracey, c.op: Gavin Reilly, c.asst: Brian Dungan, Miguel Estevado, art d: Melanie Downes, a.art d: Debbie Davis, stills: Colin Hogan, a.ed.: Jamie Turpin, s.ed: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed: Fionn Higgins, re-rec.mix: Michelle Cunliffe, online ed: Eugene McCrystal, p.man: Annaleese O'Callaghan, c: Mark Waldron, Ken Burn, 2nd unit c: Russell Gleeson, p.dsgn.: Nicola Moroney, cost: Allison Byrne, 1st a. d: Gail Munnelly, loc.m.: Eoin Holohan, s: Robert Flanagan, make-up: Barabara Conway, hair: Conor McAllister, sc.super.:Kathleen Weir, sc.ed: Catriona Craig, cast: Amy Rowan, ed: Jerry Baylis, Declan McGrath, orig.m: Ray Harman, post-p.sup: Mary Gilroy, based on an original idea by Simon Delaney and Kieran Carney, exec.p: Eoin Holmes, Mary Caffrey. Filmed on location in Ireland and Portugal.
    Art directionDOWNS, Melanie
    DAVIS, Debbie
    Costume designBYRNE, Allison
    Production designMORONEY, Nicola
    Genre/CategoryTV Comedy Series
    TV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleRADHARC
    Episode/Item titleLate Dr Plunkett, The
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Radharc Films
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorFORRESTAL, Fr. Desmond
    Script/AdaptationFORRESTAL, Fr. Desmond
    PhotographyO'REILLY, Fr. Brian
    Sound recordingCAREY, Pat
    EditingO'REILLY, Fr. Brian
    CastHilton Edwards (Lord Chief Justice), Liam O'Callaghan (Gentleman), Edward Golden, Edward (Roman Professor), Barry Cassin (Queen's Chaplain); Arthur O'Sullivan (Countryman); Ni Domhnaill (Countrywoman); Niall O Brien (Horseman); Gerard McSorley (Young priest); Aine Ni Mhuiri (Serving Girl), Geoffrey Golden (Fisherman), Edward Byrne (Prisoner); Dermod McCarthy (Interviewer).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration25.21
    TX channelRTE
    TX date23/03/1975
    CopyRTE
    SummaryFirst in a new seven part documentary series. First film is a profile of Oliver Plunkett, Archbishop of Armagh, with re-enactments of scenes from his life. In 1681, the Archbishop of Armagh, Dr. Oliver Plunkett, was martyred at Tyburn. Leading Irish actors and actresses, headed by Hilton Edwards as the Lord Chief Justice, build up a revealing yet historically accurate picture of one of Ireland's most recent saints.
    RTE guide vol12
    RTE guide issue12
    KeywordsOliver Plunkett
    Archbishop of Armagh
    Production creditsp.c.: Radharc/RTE, p/psup: Dermot McCarthy, d/w: Desmond Forristal, c/e: Brian O'Reilly, s: Patrick Carey, dsgn: Lona Moran, wi: Maureen Carter, wa: Joan O'Rourke, act: Liam O'Callahn (Gentleman), Edward Golden (Roman Professor), Barry Cassin (Queen's Chaplain), Arthur O'Sullivan (Countryman), Maire Ni Dhomhaill (Countrywoman), Niall O'Brian (Horseman), Gerard McSorley (Young Priest), Geoffrey Golden (Fisherman), Edward Byrne (Prisoner), Dermod McCarthy (Interviewer)Aine ni Mhuiri (Serving Girl), Hilton Edwards (Lord chief Justice), col, 25 mins. TX: 23/03/1975.
    Set designMoran, Lona
    Production superviserMCCARTHY, Dermod
    OtherO Rourke, Joan (Wardrobe); McCathy, Fr Dermod (Production Supervisor)
    Genre/CategoryReligious

    TitlePAIRC NA HAINMHITHE, FOTA
    FOTA - IRELAND'S WILDLIFE PARK
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerCRONIN, Adrian
    DirectorNÍ DOMHNAILL, Nuala
    Script/AdaptationNÍ DOMHNAILL, Nuala
    PhotographyO'CONNOR, Eugene
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Duration30
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date26/12/1987
    CopyRTE
    SummaryPeter Wilson, Director of the Royal Zoological Society of Ireland, acts as guide to the wonders of Fota Wildlife Park in Cork.
    RTE guide vol11
    RTE guide issue51
    KeywordsPeter Wilson
    Royal Zoological Society of Ireland
    Fota Wildlife Park
    Cork
    Production creditsp.c: RTE, d/sc: Nuala Ni Dhomnaill, c: Eugene O'Connor, col, 13 mins, 1986.

    TitleDÓNAL LUNNY: FOLLOWING THE MUSIC
    Production companyHummingbird Productions
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerMORAN, Tina
    KING, Philip
    DirectorO'CONNOR, Nuala
    Script/AdaptationO'CONNOR, Nuala
    PhotographyDEASY, Seamus
    EditingPOWER, Eamonn
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration55
    Release date2007
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date13/03/2007
    SummaryA documentary portrait of Irish musician Donal Lunny. The programme begins in Okinowa, Japan, where Lunny currently lives with his wife Itami Hideko and young daughter, and goes back to trace his birth and childhood in Tullamore and Newbridge; his education at the Old College of Art, Kildare Street, Dublin, the development of his musical experience and marriage to and separation from Judy Lunny (with whom he had a daughter, Paula) ; and membership of the bands Planxty and The Bothy Band, and Coolfin. Participants: family members Mary Lunny, Judy Lunny, Oisín Lunny, Sheila Reilly, Róisín Dempsey, Manus Lunny, musicians Tríona NÍ Dhomhnaill, Mhicheál Ó Domhnhaill, Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill, Keith Donald, Christy Moore, Andy Ervine, Paddy Glackin, Steve Earl, Frank Harte, Emmylou Harris.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 10-16 Mar 2007, On the Box (Paddy Kehoe).
    PeopleDonal Lunny
    KeywordsTraditional Music
    LocationIreland
    Production creditsp.c.: Hummingbird Productions, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, Bord Scannán na hEireann/ Irish Film Board, p: Tina Moran, sc/d: Nuala O’Connor, special thanks to: Itami Hidoko, The Lunny Family, Jim Dempsey, John Coffey, Terry & Brenda Connaughton, Marie O’Sullivan, Vincent Browne, Joanna Finnegan, Collette O’Flaherty, Paddy Dunning, National Library, Dublin, National Stadium, Groese Lodge, Pulse Studios, Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre, p.co-ord: Laura Murtagh, artist liaison: Judy Murray, research: Ciaran Ó Maonaigh, c.a.: Mark Byrne, Shane O’Neill, s: Brendan Deasy, Takoshi Shima, a.s.: Ray Cross, dop: Seamus Deasy, ed: Eamonn Power, c: Akihito Nitta, Ruuichi Koija, trans: Utsumi Yoko, online.ed: Eoin McDonagh, Cóilín Ó Cearbhaill, dub.mix: Mark Fitzpatrick, exec.p.: Philip King, David McKenna (RTE), Noemi Ferrer (Irish Film Board). I gcuimhne ar Mhícheál Ó Domhnaill (1952-2006).
    Genre/CategoryMusic
    TV Documentary