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Monday 22 September 2014

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Published 14/08/2009 | 00:00

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David McWilliams surveys the wreck of the global economy

The Limits of Liberty

Diarmaid Ferriter authors and presents an account of life in Ireland after independence

If Lynch had Invaded

How Jack Lynch dealt with the crisis of August 1969

Killers

Profiles of the murders of Fareh Swaleh Noor and Rachel O'Reilly

Battle of the Sexes

A two-part series exploring the relationship between modern Irish men and women

The Way We Worked

A six-part series looking at changes experienced in work practices in Ireland

Charlie Bird's American Year

Behind the scenes with RTE Washington Correspondent Charlie Bird

The Sheriff & Me

A series of intimate portrayals of people coping -- or not -- with serious debt

Ireland's Mad Men

A look at the pioneers of Ireland's advertising industry

Wild Journeys

Ireland's most heroic wildlife travellers and the incredible journeys they undertake

Growing Up Gay

A frank and sensitive exploration of emotional crisis in young lives

John Connolly: Of Blood and Lost Things

Traces 39-year-old Connolly's journey from jobbing journalist with the Irish Times to publishing superstardom

A Time of War

Tells the story of the Northern conflict through the writings of playwright, screenwriter, and novelist Eugene McCabe

CSI Fada

A series of documentary programmes featuring Irish historical crime stories

Beyond the Berlin Wall

Some 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, this four-part series goes behind the shadows of the fallen walls of Eastern Europe

Does God Hate...?

Marian Finucane chairs a series of lively studio discussions, in which she asks people from a variety of faiths: Does God Hate ... Sex, Science, Women and Peace?

Fair City

The soap opera celebrates its 20th anniversary this autumn

Pure Mule -- The Last Weekend

Reunites many of the much-loved characters of the original series set in a community now in economic freefall

The Eclipse

A supernatural love story starring Aidan Quinn, Ciaran Hinds and Iben Hjejle

The Clinic

Returns for a seventh series with new doctor Edel Swift (Victoria Smurfit) and a new love interest for Dan (Alison Doody)

The Frontline

A brand new weekly current affairs programme presented by Pat Kenny, in which he hosts debate on the major political, economic and social issues of the day, coming to air on September 21

The Late Late Show

The longest-running chat show in the world returns with new host Ryan Tubridy

Val Falvey TD

Ardal O'Hanlon stars as recently elected TD Val Falvey in this brand new six-part series written by Arthur Mathews ('Father Ted') and Paul Woodfull ('Stew')

10 O'Clock Show (Title TBC)

A brand new topical comedy show, which looks back on the events of the week

Podge & Rodge's Stickit Inn

Every Tuesday night Podge & Rodge host a quiz with a difference from their new hangout The Stickit Inn

Victoria and Shane's Garden

Rock wife Victoria Mary Clarke tries to get husband Shane McGowan to live 'The Good Life'

Feargal Quinn's Retail Therapy

Feargal works with six Irish retail businesses, providing them with advice on how to survive the economic downturn

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