— RTE One (@RTEOne) November 20, 2017
Just in case they decide to delete it. pic.twitter.com/tVB4Voa0O5
— Paul Bartley (@paulbartley3) November 20, 2017
— RTÉ (@rte) October 30, 2017
On RTE One, at 9.30pm.
Following a six-month undercover investigation, RTE Investigates: Nightmare will expose dangerously overcrowded accommodation in the private rental sector.
The programme makers found one building contained more than 60 tenants, while another had more than 40 tenants.
Three buildings, in Crumlin, Kilmainham and Rathmines, have since been closed.
Further to this…
A company providing services to foreign students has withdrawn High Court proceedings aimed at stopping portions of an RTÉ programme to be aired tonight.
The programme, which investigates standards in the private rental sector, is to be shown on Prime Time.
Lawyers for Green Effect Technology, trading as Global Academics, told the court this morning that they were not proceeding with their application.
The matter was struck out by Mr Justice Paul Gilligan.
Keelin Shanley and Caitriona Perry
RTÉ News today announced that Keelin Shanley and Caitriona Perry will be the new presenters of the RTÉ Six One News from January 2018.
Broadcaster Keelin Shanley who currently presents News at One on RTÉ Radio 1 and Crimecall on RTÉ One, will be joined by RTÉ’s current Washington Correspondent Caitriona Perry, as co-presenters on the flagship programme.
The current presentation team of Bryan Dobson and Sharon Ní Bheolain are moving to new presenting roles within the RTÉ newsroom. Sharon Ní Bheolain will present the Nine O’Clock News on rotation with Eileen Dunne, and remain as a presenter of Leaders Questions. She will also be the new presenter of Crimecall on RTÉ One. Bryan Dobson joins the Morning Ireland team on-air from 1 November.
On RTÉ Two.
The first instalment of the new four-part documentary series Trauma will begin at 9.30pm.
Tonight’s episode will include a focus on shop owner Milan Hosek who was treated in the Mater Hospital’s emergency department after his ear was bitten off when he was subjected to a racist attack on a street in Dublin.
Father-of-three Milan goes to A&E carrying the severed part of his ear in the hope that surgeons can reattach it.
He tells viewers that he was attacked by two men who started abusing him saying things like: “f**king foreigners in our country”.
“I felt really bad when the guy started spitting at me and telling me I’m a foreigner in his country”, he tells viewers. One man then urged his companion to “bite” Milan’s ear off and they attacked him.
Both men ran off after the incident. During the attack, they also told Milan they knew where he lived prompting him to ask the Gardaí to watch his family home.
Dr Sinead McArdle, Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Mater tells viewers that: “to remove a part of someone’s body and the force required to take the whole pin of an ear would be unusual”.
In this clip, Milan and his wife Joanna, who hail from the Czech Republic and have lived here since 2003 having opened a city centre bicycle shop, talk about the racism that they have experienced, with both of them attacked within a 20-day period.
RTÉ studios in Donnybrook, Dublin 4
Mark Tighe, in yesterday’s Sunday Times, reported:
Almost three-quarters of those who earn salaries of more than €100,000 a year in RTE are men, according to figures obtained by The Sunday Times. By contrast, well over half of RTE staff paid less than €40,000 are women.
…This has now been confirmed in figures supplied after a freedom of information request to the station.
They cover basic salary of staff members, and not contractors, overtime or allowances.
The figures show that, while women made up 48.3% of RTE’s 1,984 staff at the end of 2016, they accounted for just 29.6% of the 125 workers whose basic annual salary was more than €100,000.
Previously: They’re Back!
The full version: GRA spokesperson John O’Keeffe’s interview with RTÉ Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds over breathalyser data controversy pic.twitter.com/74XKy5157C
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) September 14, 2017
Further to the Garda Representative Association releasing a statement last night, saying rank and file gardai wouldn’t be scapegoated for the 1.4million fake breath test figures from An Garda Siochana.
A five-minute clip from an interview RTÉ’s Paul Reynolds carried out with John O’Keeffe, from the Garda Representative Association (GRA).
Comedy gold, in fairness.
Previously: ‘Our Members Will Not Be Scapegoated’
GRA spokesperson threatens to sue RTÉ after it broadcast "unedited" interview on breath tests https://t.co/tfTBqHpINk
— Ellen Coyne (@ellenmcoyne) September 16, 2017
Hey, it’s your money.
Montrose, Donnybrook, Dublin 4.
The official photocall for the Autumn/Winter season on RTÉ One and Two.
Pic three from left: Dr Eva Osmond, Brendan O’Connor, Vogue Williams, Ray D’Arcy, Mairead Ronan, Baz Ashmawy, Ryan Tubridy, Nicky Byrne, Dermot Bannon, Amy Huberman, Mateo Sania, Franc Peter Kelly, Evanne Ni Chuilinn (also in pic five with Des Cahill) and Alison Spittle.