Here are our Festive Top 50 TV highlights so you can have yourself a Merry Telly Christmas. Dates covered are Monday December 18-Friday December 29: the 12 Days of Christmas T
In a one-off television treat, Mary Berry opens her kitchen to some of TV's best-loved faces as they join her in cooking delicious party dishes especially for her Christmas party.
The life of the football legend is explored through the words of neighbours and friends in the Dingle Gaeltacht. The film, originally broadcast in 2O13, brings us the essential traits of this highly-gifted defender who died suddenly in 2012, aged 57. O Sé’s League and Championship career with the Kerry senior team endured for an incredible fifteen seasons from 1974 to 1988.
Sinead Kennedy raids the RTÉ Christmas archive. So relive Imelda May's appearance on the Late Late Toy show, John B Keane's reminiscences on his Christmas childhood in Kerry and actor Des Keogh discovering a 200-year-old festive tradition in North County Dublin.
Sobering documentary made in the light of the ever-worsening homelessness situation in this country. According to the Peter McVerry Trust, there were 8,374 people dealing with the lack of a proper home in September last. 46.5 per cent of people in homelessness are aged 24 or younger. There are, moreover, 183, 312 vacant dwellings in the state.
With Nancy’s 75th birthday fast approaching, her only son Baz is determined to get her a gift that will truly impress her: Baz wants to present her with a chance to see the Pope. In Rome.
Oscar-winning Dame Judi Dench has a profound love for trees and this programme, filmed over the course of a year, tracks the changing seasons in Surrey, the most-wooded county in Britain, a county dear to Judi. The actress has been fascinated with trees since she was a child and shared her passion with her late husband, actor Michael Williams.