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Ireland's Fittest FamilyIreland's Fittest Family

From the makers of Celebrity Bainisteoir comes Ireland's Fittest Family, a new primetime RTÉ One television entertainment show that will search the country for the fittest, fastest, strongest families! After physical and scientific testing, twelve families will qualify to enter the most extreme fitness competition ever. Over six weeks these elite families will compete against each other on the toughest endurance courses in the country. After each event the weakest family will be eliminated, until there's just one family standing. The winning family will walk away with a €15k cash prize and the title of Ireland's Fittest Family 2013. Overseeing the whole process will be four mentors, well known faces from the world of Irish sport. They will mentor the families, working with them each week on fitness, dietary plans and coaching them to elite levels! Already signed up are international rugby coach Eddie O'Sullivan and legendary Clare GAA bainisteoir Davy Fitzgerald.


Keeping Ireland AliveKeeping 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.


Reeling in the YearsReeling in the Years

A look back at the stories which occurred in Ireland and abroad between 1962 and 2009 accompanied only by soundtrack of that particular year and subtitles - no narration.


The ClinicThe Clinic
RTE ONE, 2003 | Drama

The Clinic is an RTE drama set in a Dublin Health Clinic, run by Ed Costello and his wife Cathy. Also working at The Clinic are psychiatrists, physiotherapists, homeopathists, and nurses, along with receptionists and former co-owner Mrs. Fleming. The series ended after seven seasons.


Inside ShannonInside 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.


The Late Late Show (Ireland)The Late Late Show (Ireland)

The Late Late Show is Ireland's most popular and prestigious television show and is the longest running chat show in the world. Originally conceived as a short filler programme for the summer schedule in 1962 on the then fledgling Irish broadcaster Telefís Éireann, The Late Late Show has gone on to become an Irish institution and today is still the most popular programme on television in Ireland. Pat Kenny became host of The Late Late Show in September 1999, taking over from Gay Byrne. Gay was the programme's first presenter in 1962, and apart from one season when Frank Hall presented the show while Gay worked with the BBC, it was a continuous run of almost 37 years.


Last Singer StandingLast Singer Standing

Presented by Nicky Byrne, with Pop Panelists Nadine Coyle, Samantha Mumba and Joey Fatone, Last Singer Standing sees contestants requiring tactics as well as singing talent as they battle it out against one another in a bid to make it to the grand final and win €25,000.


Operation TransformationOperation Transformation
RTE ONE, 2014 | Reality

Operation Transformation is an Irish health and fitness programme.


Creedon's Atlas of IrelandCreedon's Atlas of Ireland

John Creedon is a man on a mission, teasing and exploring the true meaning behind some of Ireland's most unusual, iconic and famous place names. Each show is an hour long journey where John discovers lost meanings behind every day place names. He travels the length and breadth of Ireland with ancient maps and modern technology at hand to investigate, probe and uncover hidden folklore, forgotten history, secret architecture and obscure topography of our country's towns, cities, villages, highways and byways that give rise to Ireland's place names. Following in the footsteps of John O'Donovan - the man who helped document place names for the 1820s survey - John Creedon cracks the code of some of Ireland's best loved, quirkiest and common place names. John says "Placenames have been a source of fascination for me since childhood. I mean, NewTwoPotHouse is only out the road .. how could you pass that without wondering about the story behind it. My father was a fine Irish speaker and through him I loved to crack the placenames code. Sunday spins in the car were peppered with conversations like 'Dad, what does Glengarriffe mean? 'It's from 'Gleann' meaning Glen and 'Garbh' meaning rough. So 'Rough Glen' and if you look around you, you'll see why!" John Creedon has always had a curiosity as to how places got their names which ultimately led to a two year Regional Studies diploma course in UCC, where he examined Irish Folklore and place names. John says "The study of place names has opened up a wonderful world to me. As I drive around Ireland for work, my view of the landscape has become 3D, as I read the signs and stories within the place names."


Grow Cook EatGrow Cook Eat

Grow Cook Eat is the FIRST SERIES ON RTE to respond to the burgeoning interest in growing your own food: you can grow vegetables and fruit in a very small garden, or even in containers on an apartment balcony. You don't need half an acre or a polytunnel to do it. Presented by Michael Kelly and Karen O'Donohoe of Grow it Yourself (GIY), each programme focuses on a particular vegetable and takes you through the entire process, from sowing the seed, to harvesting and to cooking.


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