Get Back On The Capall became the byword of 'Bernard Dunne's Bród Club', a multi media campaign that sought to get people to take pride in their language by using whatever Irish they had, however much or however little that was. The TV series was a national call to action and used a combination of guerilla tactics, charm, endorsement, publicity stunts, peer pressure, emotional blackmail, local advocacy and the most modern of digital and social media tools - all to ignite the spark in people to use the language. 25,000 people signed up and became part of the Bród Club community.
The story of Comdt Pat Quinlan and the men of A Company, 35th Battalion of the Irish Army United Nations contingent, sent to the Congo in 1961, who became involed in war with mercenary-led Katangese separatists funded by a Belgo/UK owned mining company
Part homage, part investigation, 'Lón Sa Spéir' is the untold story of an American icon, an unprecedented race to the sky, and the immigrant workers who built New York. For 80 years, the identity of the 11 men remained a mystery: their stories, lost in time, subsumed by the fame of the image itself. That was until a chance discovery in a Galway pub.
Faster, funnier, darker,' Rasaí na Gallimhe' returns with another chaotic and riotous race week as new and returning characters collide in an interesting web of violence, theft, cheating, craic, sex, drink, drugs, rock 'n roll and death.