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Clean Break
RTE ONE,

2015

| Crime, Drama

Drama following residents of a Wexford community as they strive for love, status and revenge. A man takes desperate measures as he faces losing his family and business.


Room to Improve

Presented by architect Dermot Bannon, Room to Improve is about changing how we live through design and adaptation in simple ways without spending vast amounts of money.


Single-Handed
RTE ONE,

2007

| Drama, Family, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 3.5/5

Returning from Dublin to his hometown on the remote western shore of Ireland, police sergeant Jack Driscoll assumes responsibility for maintaining order in the region, just as his father did before him - a fact that casts a long shadow over the son


Fair City
RTE ONE,

2003

| Drama

Plots centre on the domestic and professional lives of the residents of Carrigstown, a fictional suburb on the north side of Dublin. The area encompasses a restaurant, pub, garage, corner shop, community centre, charity shop, surgery and various businesses. Originally aired as one half-hour episode per week for a limited run, the show is now broadcast year round on RTE One in four episodes per week, all of which air at 20:00. Fair City is the most watched drama in Ireland, with regular viewing figures of between 500,000 and 600,000. Devised by Margaret Gleeson, it has remained a significant programme in terms of RTE's success and audience share, and also in the history of Irish television drama, tackling many controversial and taboo issues previously unseen on Irish television.


The Shelbourne

At the exclusive five star Shelbourne Hotel, the prevailing ethos is about attention to detail. Whether it's a demanding bride, an international celebrity, a head of state or the entire Irish Rugby team, the staff are trained to please with panache and a smile. Now, for the first time, the exclusive 190 year-old Dublin institution has allowed cameras access to the front and back of house. The series captures what it takes to deliver five star service to some of the worlds most demanding clientele. Staff at all levels - including VIP managers, concierges, doormen, executive chefs, florists and cleaning staff - are followed by RT? cameras as they deal with crises, prepare for grand events and gear up for the arrival of celebrity guests and world leaders. The result is an insightful, entertaining and sometimes hilarious six-part observational documentary series that reveals the skills and hard graft that go into the making of a five star luxury hotel experience.


Lords and Ladles

Lords & Ladles takes the viewer on a historical journey to celebrate our past through the wonders of food and the glories of cooking. The series features three of Ireland's finest Chefs: Derry Clarke, Catherine Fulvio and Paul Flynn who are as oddly complimentary as the Top Gear trio, with egos to match. Each week the Chefs arrive at a Great Irish Country House and must recreate a grand dinner from its history while tantalising the TV audience with sumptuous descriptions of the treats that are on the menu. But first they must Draw Lots for the division of labour - one will Gather the ingredients, one will Cook, and one will get to Dine with the Gentry. The Gatherer must source the ingredients for the feast from the local environs - hunting, shooting and fishing feature strongly, as do cow's lips and eyes, lamb's stones and lots of tongue! The Cook will familiarise themselves with the workings or not of the kitchen, check out the original house cookbooks - some fine old tomes filled with mouth-watering recipes from the past - Birr Castle boasts a cook book dating from 1666. Meanwhile the Diner gets to explore the house with its owners and caretakers, learning about its place in the history of the area and the Island, the trials and tribulations of the family seat and of course help lay the table using the finest silver and china from the house safe. The Cook's work all done, the meal will be served with all the pomp and ceremony it deserves, to the audible delight of the diners who can't help themselves from gasping at the spectacle as the sumptuous banquet is laid before them.


Inside Shannon

Shannon is an icon in International aviation. One of Europe's first transatlantic airports, home to the longest runway in Ireland and the World's first Duty Free. But recent years have been tough with a huge decline in passenger numbers. Now Shannon's fighting back, with a new boss - Neil Pakey - a?nd new ideas. But it won't be easy, as the staff take on the challenge of reviving Shannon's fortunes, while dealing with the day to day demands of an international airport. With unprecedented access, this series, filmed over a year, will give viewers a unique insight into life inside the airport.


Keeping Ireland Alive

A major new five part documentary series which chronicles Ireland's health system over a 24-hour period will air on RTÉ One later this month. Keeping Ireland Alive: The Health Service in a Day involved 75 camera crews at locations nationwide and which aims to give viewers unprecedented access to every aspect of the country's health service. Filming was carried out over a 24-hour period on May 31 this year, and crews were given access to all aspects of the health service, with the co-operation of the Health Service Executive, hospitals, and community services throughout the country.


Operation Transformation
RTE ONE,

2014

| Reality

Operation Transformation is an Irish health and fitness programme.


Dancing with the Stars (IE)
RTE ONE,

2017

| Reality

The Irish version of this hit reality series is hosted by Amanda Byram and Nicky Byrne. The judging panel consists of Julian Benson, Loraine Barry, and Brian Redmond. Dancing With The Stars Ireland broadcasts Sundays from 8 January 2017.


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