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Diarmuid Ó Conghaíle and his rowing crew during their final training session before the Féile an Spidéil regatta feature in Pobal Cois Fharraige on TG4
A new cruise venture in Galway Bay, rowing training and seaweed and shellfish gathering are among marine activities profiled in a new maritime TV series on Irish language television station TG4. The series Pobal Cois Fharraige profiles the stretch of…
Dun Laoghaire Harbour's Coastguard cottages located close to the Coal Quay, feature tonight on RTE One's Nationwide TV programme
The RTE Nationwide TV programme visits Dún Laoghaire Harbour on the south side of Dublin Bay to hear about a project supported by Local Government, which has given a new lease of life to some old harbour cottages. As previously reported…
investigative journalist Kevin Magee
A long-running dispute over fishing rights around Rockall could be resolved following fresh discussions with the Irish authorities, the Scottish Government has told TG4. In a statement to the broadcaster’s investigative series, Iniúchadh TG4, a Scottish government spokesperson said that…
The Anú Pictures documentary 'The Camino Voyage' is on TG4 at 21.20 tonight, Easter Saturday
“The Camino Voyage”, the award-winning documentary on a naomhóg journey by sea from Ireland to northern Spain, will be broadcast again on TG4 tonight (Saturday, March 30) Dónal Ó Ceilleachair’s film followed the late poet Danny Sheehy, artist Liam Holden,…
A group shot of RNLI volunteer crew members, shot in Lyme Regis for Series 9 of the BBC/Blast programme Saving Lives at Sea ( SLAS). From Left to right: Neil Sutor (Portishead), Janet Iqbal (Largs), Angharad Masson (Porthcawl), Maria Bull (Dungeness), Dave Fenton (Castletownbere)
As the RNLI marks 200 years of lifesaving, the volunteer lifeboat crew at Castletownbere, West Cork will take to the television screens on Tuesday, 2 April, at 8 p.m. They will feature in the ninth series of the popular maritime…
Carrybridge RNLI to feature in popular documentary series as Saving Lives at Sea returns to the screen
The RNLI, renowned for its 200 years of lifesaving, is set to feature on the popular maritimeTV show Saving Lives at Sea on BBC Two and iPlayer. The ninth series, which focuses on the lifesaving work of today's lifeboat crews…
The Loch Ness images were originally taken by Chie Kelly in 2018, as she and her husband Scott were walking its banks
Photographs taken on the banks of Loch Ness in Scotland in 2018 have been put together to form a video of what appears to be the Loch Ness monster. The footage was put together by New Zealand actor, writer, podcaster…
Manchán Magan on Achill island, Co Mayo in a new documentary series on TG4
Mayo’s Achill island is first stop on a tour of Ireland’s holy wells for a new documentary series on TG4. “As islanders we have a special draw to the sea, the sea attracts people and has kept us alive,” the…
TG 4 TV drama Tarrac, which involves rowers Rachel Feeney, Kate Finegan, Kate Nic Chonaonaigh, and Kelly Gough, is set on the Dingle peninsula and will be aired on TG4 and TG4.ie on Monday, March 18th, 2024,at 9.30 pm.
A drama which involves a group of female rowers training in the Atlantic off the Kerry Gaeltacht will have its first television screening on TG4 this month. Tarrac, which involves rowers Rachel Feeney, Kate Finegan, Kate Nic Chonaonaigh, and Kelly…
The making of Armada 1588: Shipwreck & Survival. The film recounts the fortunes of Captain Francisco de Cuéllar, who was one of a small number to make it ashore at Sligo's Streedagh beach
A film about the adventures of a Spanish Armada survivor of the shipwrecks off the Sligo coast in 1588 is to be screened in Madrid, Spain, next week as part of Semana de Irlanda or Irish week. As The Sligo…
John Hubbocks, Tessa Fleming and Irial Ó Ceallaigh approach Gola Island with a fishing boat behind them in episode one of Kayak-Ó-Thuaidh
A new TV series as Gaeilge follows presenters Tessa Fleming and Irial Ó Ceallaigh as they embark on an epic adventure paddling their way along the North Coast. Together with kayaking expert John Hubbocks, the novice kayakers brave the unpredictable…
Éamonn Ó Corcara from Bréanainn
The Dingle Peninsula's fishing community takes centre stage in a new maritime television series set to air on TG4. The show, which begins on Tuesday, March 5th at 7.30 pm, follows the lives of the locals as they carry out…
Ríonach Ní Néill who reveals her fears for the future a new Flooding documentary due to be broadcast on TG4 this month
The cost and impact of flooding influenced by climate change and environmental degradation is the focus of a new documentary due to be broadcast on TG4 this month. “Tuilte”, an hour-long documentary by Dearcán Media, examines just how vulnerable coastal…
TG4's 'Tithe Cois Uisce' is presented by Síle Nic Chonaonaigh
“Views of the sea affect our soul”, and Irish people are drawn to coastal houses in spite of climate change factors, a new TG4 maritime television series finds. 'Tithe Cois Uisce' is an eight-part series that follows on from the…
Ken O’Sullivan’s extraordinary footage is now taught as part of geography and business studies courses in secondary schools
Marine wildlife documentary Ken O’Sullivan, who first filmed basking sharks “speed dating” off the west coast, has confirmed dates for his nationwide “Into the Deep” tour. As The Sunday Independent reports, O’Sullivan’s material is now being used on two Junior…
Idir Dhá Linn - the television documentary is due to be broadcast on TG4 on Thursday (Dec 28)
A photographer’s depiction of the passage of time on an Irish offshore island is captured in a television documentary due to be broadcast on TG4 on Thursday (Dec 28) Fifty years ago, photographer Chris Rodmell “captured the soul” of the…