'24 Hours to Kill' deconstructs and examines a selection of Ireland's most shocking killings, which in turn sparked some of the most infamous murder trials in the history of the State. Many of those who died at the hands of Ireland's most violent killers led typically normal lives until an unforeseen chain of events conspired to put them in the history books.
'Bullyproof' is a 3x40' documentary series where clinical psychologist David Coleman explores the issue of teenage bullying by helping teenagers who have suffered at the hands of bullies, by providing practical tips on how you can make yourself bullyproof and by highlighting initiatives that are tackling a problem that is endemic in Irish society.
'The New Irish - After the Bust' tells the stories of families and individuals who came to Ireland primarily during the boom years, when the economy was the shining light of Europe. The years between 2004 and 2007 were the years when our boom peaked, with 300,000 immigrants moving to Ireland. Within the space of a decade Ireland has become a significantly more diverse country. Since the collapse of the Irish banking system and the consequent economic bust that began in earnest from 2008, many migrants have returned home, The New Irish is the story of some of those who stayed.
This three part documentary series is presented by Ireland's most-listened-to DJ, Today FM's Ray D'Arcy. 'How to Beat Depression' explores the human experience behind the worrying statistics surrounding suicide and depression in Ireland.