Minding YOUR language.

Deirdre Ní Choistín writes:

3.6m people or 81% of the population watched TG4 at some stage during 2021. The average viewing share for 2021 was 1.89%, up from 1.83% in 2020, and there was an increase in primetime share from 1.92% in 2020 to 2.05% in 2021. This increase is the first time TG4 has had over 2% share in primetime since 2013….There were over 3m views last year to the TG4 Player between live viewing and VoD…

…. The most watched documentary in 2021 was Martin McGuinness, a film that assessed the life and legacy of Martin McGuinness. The documentary had an average audience of 75,000. A documentary about the most hated woman in Irish history Peig Sayers was also very popular with viewers. Sinéad Ní Uallacháin went on a rebranding mission in PEIG, to change her memory in our minds forever. The documentary was watched by 74,000 people and had an average share of 6.1%.

In fairness.


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9 thoughts on “Féach News

    1. goldenbrown

      ah dunno about that

      TG4 has fairly ok programming for a terrestrial outfit, decent movies and quirky serials…absolutely eclipses behemoth RTÉ and the TV3 (or whatever they’re calling that one these days)

      I always have a quick dip to see what they have coming in the week ahead

      (admittedly it’s a low bar but the only one we have)

  1. Gabby

    Leanaigí oraibh leis an obair. TG4 takes viewers to places they want to go and to nooks and crannies they haven’t expected to go but are pleasantly surprised when they reach the destinations.

  2. Liam Deliverance

    A great TV station, has been for a long time, excellent documentaries and always something unusual. The Peig documentary was great and a good example of their work.

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