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Cornhuskers bring plenty of baggage to Dublin along with the razzmatazz

The Irish Times 18 Aug 2022
Scott Frost ... Photograph ... Of course ... Tourism Ireland once made a beautiful video promoting and celebrating that fact to an international audience, the same body is now one of those involved in bringing Brown and his employers to Ireland ... The live television broadcast will include sumptuous shots of scenic Ireland and inevitably twee shamroguery to boot.
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Irish fans set for the full college football experience as notorious Nebraska Cornhuskers come to town

The Irish Times 18 Aug 2022
Scott Frost ... Photograph ... Of course ... Tourism Ireland once made a beautiful video promoting and celebrating that fact to an international audience, the same body is now one of those involved in bringing Brown and his employers to Ireland ... The live television broadcast will include sumptuous shots of scenic Ireland and inevitably twee shamroguery to boot.
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Oprah interview with Meghan and Harry was most watched NI TV show of 2021

Belfast Telegraph 17 Aug 2022
Overall, people in Northern Ireland spent an average of three hours and one minute watching broadcast TV on a television set last year, down 12 minutes on the previous year ... Broadcast television is still the place to go for news, big event programming and locally based dramasJonathan Rose. Ofcom’s director for Northern Ireland Jonathan Rose said.
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NFL Moves to ITV From BBC

Variety 17 Aug 2022
and Ireland following a a three-year partnership with broadcaster ITV.
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‘As an east Antrim Protestant, I’m just jealous we don’t have something like Feile an Phobail’, says regular attendee of west Belfast festival

Belfast Telegraph 16 Aug 2022
The annual Wolfe Tones concert is a sign change is still needed ... Disclosure ... If there were 10,000 people gathered in a park for concerts over three days in Yorkshire, it would be televised live. In Northern Ireland, we focus on the negative; very little publicity is given to the good work by any of our community organisations ... Latest Northern Ireland ... .
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Hang Up Your Brightest Colours: Ray Burke on Kenneth Griffith’s suppressed film about Michael Collins

The Irish Times 15 Aug 2022
“Britain opposed certain truths being spoken on British television, particularly about Ireland" ... “Britain opposed certain truths being spoken on British television, particularly about Ireland...I believed that the centuries-old trouble would only cease when the British people ...
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Television viewing by 15-34s plunged almost 18% in first half of year

The Irish Times 15 Aug 2022
Among people aged 15-34, Love Island was the third most popular programme on linear television in the first half, behind two of Ireland’s Six Nations games ... Across all adults, Ireland’s Six Nations game against France, shown on Virgin Media One, was the top-watched television ...
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No one listens to sports talk radio in L.A. Why the people in charge aren't worried.

Finger Lakes Times 13 Aug 2022
This is the fourth decade in which Steve Mason has been a fixture in Southern California sports radio, almost always teamed with John Ireland ... Mason and Ireland do a sports show, but you might just as easily tune in and catch them talking about pop culture, television, or movies.
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The Science of Sense: Do we have really have a sixth sense?!

RTE 12 Aug 2022
The Science of Sense is a six-part podcast series for children on RTÉjr Radio all about, you've guessed it, the senses! ... Press play above or subscribe HERE!. Download the fun activity sheet for the show here! ... The Science of Sense is a Curious Broadcast production funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland with the television license fee ... .
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No one listens to sports talk radio in L.A. Why the people in charge aren’t worried

The Los Angeles Times 12 Aug 2022
This is the fourth decade in which Steve Mason has been a fixture in Southern California sports radio, almost always teamed with John Ireland ... Mason and Ireland do a sports show, but you might just as easily tune in and catch them talking about pop culture, television, or movies.
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From Normal People to The Favourite: costumes worn on top TV shows and films go on display

Irish Independent 11 Aug 2022
Emmy-nominated costume designer Eimer Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh, and costume practitioner Veerle Dehaene set up the Irish Costume Archive Project (ICAP) to collect, preserve and exhibit Ireland’s film and television design heritage.Their pieces are on display in The Art of ...
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Gloria Hunniford reveals how she returned to work after bad fall

RTE 11 Aug 2022
Broadcaster Gloria Hunniford has praised film set make-up for enabling her to return to work after breaking her eye socket in a fall ... The 82-year-old started her career in television in her native Northern Ireland before going to London to work on We Love TV and Open House with Gloria Hunniford ... Truth or Scare ... Click here for more television news. .
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Gloria Hunniford says ‘magic make-up’ allowed her return to work after fall

AOL 11 Aug 2022
The 82-year-old started her career in television in her native Northern Ireland before going to London to work on We Love TV and Open House With Gloria Hunniford ... Truth Or Scare. .
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Permanent TSB to spend €2m in moving campaign

RTE 11 Aug 2022
Permanent TSB plans to spend over €2m in a marketing campaign to support customers moving bank as Ulster Bank and KCB Bank Ireland both exit the Irish market. The 'Move Better' campaign features television, radio, outdoor, digital and social media advertising ... "Customers have told us that they are not sure which bank to move to or where to start ... .
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Olivia Newton-John ‘was impressed by the people and beauty of Donegal’: How visit by Grease star saw friendship blossom between her daughter and local hotel owner

Belfast Telegraph 11 Aug 2022
“She was a really charming person, and down to earth, and everyone liked her,” said Ms Arnold. Read More ... “We welcome people from all over the world who stay with us, and Arnolds is particularly well-known to guests from Northern Ireland. “Some of our other well-known guests in the past included the television stars Kevin Whately and Chris Tarrant ... .

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