Archive for the ‘Television’ Category

Voice appearance for Dunmore’s Ashley

Ashley Loftus
Dunmore East singer-songwriter Ashley Loftus is to feature on this Sunday’s The Voice of Ireland on RTE One. She’ll be performing Damien Rice’s The Blower’s Daughter to the 4-judge panel, in the hope of making it to the series’ live shows in May. Ashley works as a freelance digital marketing manager and is based at Central [...]

TV Review: De La Salle Choir

It was great to see the De La Salle College Senior Choir compete so well in the Derry Millennium Centre on RTE1 in the All Island School Choir of the Year competition.

Lismore to Turn Gaelic for TG4 Competition

Lismore is preparing to go head to head with twelve towns across the country in a challenge to win the title of Ireland’s top Irish speaking town.

Come Dine with Me – Déise style!

Portlaw woman Ronnie Moore was the first contestant in the Waterford series which was broadcast on Monday night.

‘Tannery Paul’ begins TV series

Our very own world renowned master chef, Paul Flynn of the Tannery Restaurant, launched the first of his eight part weekly series “Paul Flynn Irish Food’’.

TV Review – Tall Ships

s the excitement gathers and the city decks itself out for the return of the Tall Ships it was great to catch the ITV programme about the Cornish.

The Apprentice

Sir Alan Sugar is back on BBC1 with The Apprentice and this time he’s not offering a job in his organisation.


Can’t see what all the fuss was about with the mini-series The Kennedy’s now relegated to the History Channel.

TV Review: The Killing

Now that the ten week Danish subtitled The Killing is over some people are talking about it as if it was some watershed or new direction in television.

Jimmy Nesbit

Mostly, I’ve had little time for James Nesbitt in most of his roles since Cold Feet, but with the arrival of Monroe on UTV.