Deirfiúracha na hEolaíochta – Sisters of Science – 2014
BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS – 2010
be ‘gifted’? This compelling and poignant
documentary provides an insight into the lives of
some of Ireland’s brightest children as they cope
with the highs and lows of being ‘different’.
TEORAINN – 2009
documentary series on the dramatic history of
the border and its impact on Ireland north and
south for almost 90 years.
Is sraith úr faisnéise Gaeilge í seo, ina bhfuil
ceithre chlár, a dhíríonn ar stair dhrámatúil na
teorann agus ar an dóigh a ndeachaigh sé i
bhfeidhm ar Éirinn thuaidh agus theas, le
beagnach 90 bliain anuas.
IF LYNCH HAD INVADED – 2009
landmark broadcast on RTE in response to the
outbreak of violence the day before in Derry. It
was the greatest challenge to his career so far,
as the violence plunged Lynch and his cabinet
into crisis on how to respond. Earlier that day he
had come under pressure within his cabinet for
military intervention in the north. This 90′
documentary explores how Lynch dealt with the
crisis of August 1969 by examining in forensic
historical detail the dramatic events of 13th
August at cabinet level in Dublin, Belfast and
London, and explores the political consequences
had the Irish Army actually crossed the border.
SEAN LEMASS: THE MAN WHO MADE MODERN IRELAND- 2009
and social change. But who was Sean Lemass,
and was he the man who made modern Ireland?
Made to mark the 50th anniversary of Lemass
becoming Taoiseach, this documentary explores
the life and career of one of Ireland’s most
FACE OFF- 2007
sent Eamon de Valera a telegram that contained
an astonishing offer: give up your neutrality and
you can have a united Ireland. The offer, adds
Churchill, is available “now or never.” Taking
this intense and momentous exchange as its
starting point, this landmark documentary sets-
out to explore this key episode in modern Irish
history, and through it examine the fraught
relationship between de Valera and Churchill,
from the War of Independence to their high-
profile speeches at the end of World War Two.
EOIN O’DUFFY- THE MAKINGS OF AN IRISH FASCIST- 2006
Blueshirts. General Eoin O’Duffy was all of these
and more. Interweaving dramatised sequences
with archive and interviews, this compelling
documentary sheds new light on one of the most
controversial figures of twentieth century Irish
HUNGER STRIKE -2006
programme uses first hand witness accounts, to
tell the dramatic secret history of a battle of wits
with ten men’s lives on the line and a showdown
between the IRA and Margaret Thatcher, in
which no side was prepared to give ground
HIDDEN HISTORY: JOE CAHILL – IRA MAN - 2004
with some of his oldest comrades to fight for the
peace process in the 1980s. The former
gunrunner’s history is the history of the IRA.
With a cast of key players and commentators,
this compelling documentary tells his story for
the first time.