Filmed during the year when John Sheahan closed the book on the life of 'The Dubliners' after fifty years of touring and recording. This film is a poignant and moving portrait of a musician, poet, writer and a 'Dubliner'.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the death of Irish priest Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty who saved the lives of 6,500 people in Rome during WWII, RTÉ Nationwide travels to Rome to speak to those who knew the Monsignor and visits the locations that were used in what became known as the Rome Escape Line.
This special edition of Imeall celebrates Seamus Heaney, the man and the poet; the father, the sibling; the friend and the confidant. Combining humorous stories with more emotive reflections we get to know a man who always seemed familiar to us.
Now entering its fifth season, The Zoo has a strong conservation message but always keeps storytelling at its heart, bringing to life the real emotion and passion the zookeepers of Dublin Zoo have for their animals in a dramatic and highly entertaining show enjoyed by viewers of all ages.