That RTE Autumn Schedule In Full


From RTE:

Inside the Department, John Lonergan’s School Principles and Scoil Mhuire. Clinical Psychologist David Coleman explores the issue of teen bullying in Bullyproof and Claire Byrne witnesses real rescues unfold in Ireland Search and Rescue.


In a new series Hector Ó hEochagáin takes to the highways and by-ways of Ireland and Irish Pictorial Weekly offers a satirical slant on Irish life.


The new season sees the return of the hugely popular The Voice of Ireland with Kathryn Thomas at the helm and Celebrity Bainisteoir is back with a new twist.


On RTÉ Two Craig Doyle holds court on his chat show and Singin’ Bernie Walsh has her eye on re-inventing breakfast television with the help of her trusty sidekick Brian.


Format Farm is an innovative series of exciting new Irish generated television entertainment programme formats including pilots like The Hit,The Takeover and Six in the City.


IFTA award-winning Love/Hate is back for its third season under King Nidge’s reign and Jojo and the kitchen crew return for a fifth season of RAW. Ireland’s favourite home-grown soap Fair City enters its 24th season and new crime series The Fall, starring Gillian Anderson and made in Belfast in association with RTÉ, makes its debut.


Nick Munier and Dylan McGrath are back to cook up a storm in the second series of Masterchef and three well known personalities take up the challenge of learning a musical instrument in Instrumental.


A Grand Experience charts a journey by three artists along the Grand Canal on board a barge while The Missing Bones of W.B. Yeats traces the mystery of Yeats’s final resting point.


The Choice is a new interview based format presented by Bláthnaid Ni Chofaigh which will explore the consequences of religious and ethical decisions. The Meaning of Life with Gay Byrne returns and Gay speaks to former President Mary McAleese and musician Noel Gallagher.


Previously: The RTE Guide Monkey Tennis Challenge

Thanks Ruairi Carroll