HERE is where you can catch this weekend’s championship action… SATURDAY TG4: 1.30pm All-Ireland clash between Mayo and Laois. GAAGO: 3.45pm All-Ireland SFC quarter-final Kerry v Tyrone. Advertisement GAAGO: 6pm All-Ireland SFC quarter-final between Armagh and Monaghan. TG4: 7.30pm Ladies All-Ireland clash between Meath and Donegal. SUNDAY RTÉ2 1.15pm All-Ireland SFC quarter-final between Derry and […]
HERE is the live coverage you can tune into over the weekend. SATURDAY GAAGO:2pm – All-Ireland SFC clash of Cork and Roscommon. TG4: 2.30pm – All-Ireland MFC semi-final of Monaghan and Kerry. Advertisement GAAGO: 4.45pm – All-Ireland SFC meeting of Kildare and Monaghan. GAAGO: 7pm – All-Ireland group clash between Monaghan and Donegal. RTE2: 4pm […]
Here is a look at this weekend’s Gaelic Games coverage… SATURDAY GAAGO: 3pm -Live GAA Tailteann Cup – Limerick and Laois. GAAGO: 4pm -Live GAA All-Ireland SHC – Offaly and Tipperary. Advertisement GAAGO: 5.15pm -Live GAA Tailteann Cup – Cavan and Down. GAAGO: 6pm -Live GAA All-Ireland SFC – Monaghan and Donegal. TG4: 4.30pm -GAA […]
GAA presenter Gráinne McElwain will swap championship action for a step into history next week as host of a new Irish language documentary to be screened on RTÉ. The show, which will be broadcast on Thursday 10.15pm on RTÉ1, explores how the GAA across Ireland helped to heal and bridge the bitter divisions created by […]
MARADONA would have been 60 this week. The greatest left foot in the history of the world. To commemorate his birthday, The Funny Old Game soccer site broadcast a goal he scored for Napoli against Verona in 1985. The Verona ‘keeper launches a high kick out from his hands, in the manner of a Cavan […]
BBC are to broadcast an All-Ireland final across their TV network while RTÉ have committed to a second highlights programme in two of the main takeaways from the GAA right’s deal for 2023 to 2027 announced today. The new packages come a day after Sky Sports and the GAA ended their broadcast arrangement. BBC will […]
I USED to frequent a certain no frills barbers in the heart of the city during my time as a trainee solicitor in Belfast. There is nothing regal about that particular part of the city, but a fiver a time for a cut was appealing to a tight-fisted Armagh man in the big smoke. All […]
The performance of the Armagh TV commentators was very entertaining last weekend, compared to the staid coverage on terrestial channels.
Joe Brolly explains the moment when he realised his time with RTÉ was up.
Paul McFlynn and Gerard O’Kane believe that Joe Brolly is an important member of the RTE panel.