From top: Laura Gaynor (front row far left) with the cast and crew of Pernicio, at the Royal Television Society Awards on Tuesday and at last night’s Young Directors Awards Laura Gaynor, Sligo filmmaker (and old pal of the ‘sheet) who’s currently a production trainee at BBC – took home TWO awards this week On […]
You may recall how, at last year’s Web Summit, Laura Gaynor wasn’t allowed to interview skateboarder Tony Hawk but she was allowed challenge him to a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. Well. Laura writes: This year they let me talk to Tony Hawk! Here he is answering the question: will he skate into his 80’s? […]
Déanann @_LauraGaynor léirmheas ar an gcéad phodóstán in Éirinn, (Jacobs Inn Dublin). An bhfuil siad chomh maith agus a deirtear? An aireofá plúchta iontu? An bhfuil siad faiseanta? Chas Laura leis an big bad boss, @OsgurOCiardha chun na ceisteanna seo a fhiosrú.@LovinDublin pic.twitter.com/KlClcaq480 — BLOC (@BLOCTG4) August 1, 2019 Bilingual broadcaster (and ‘sheet favourite) Laura […]
Friday last. Laura Gaynor tweetz: As someone who was once the proud owner of a water turtle, I totally get the whole liking left-of-centre pets thing. However, this caravan in Sligo takes it to new and exciting levels. Fair play.
The Campanile at Trinity College Dublin last night. (Thanks Laura Gaynor)
Location unspecfied. (Thanks Laura Gaynor)
Strandhill, county Sligo yesterday. (Thanks Laura Gaynor)
Pernicio. The brilliant, award-laden, short movie written and directed by Dave Fox and produced by beloved Broadsheet chum Laura Gaynor (top left at the Royal Television Society Awards with Pernicio director of photography Alfie Hollingsworth). Available NOW to watch online for the first time! Pernicio tells the story of a young man who explores his attitude […]
Tonight. BBC2. A report from Ireland and a discussion on BBC’s Newsnight with singer Mary Coughlan and Bishop of Derry Donal McKeown ahead of the Pope’s visit tomorrow With lead in report produced by Yasminara Khan and guest item produced by Laura Gaynor, a name very familiar to ‘sheet readers. G’wan Mary and Laura.
Laura Gaynor twasks: Genuine question: Why is Irish stew so commonly put forward as a sort of national food representing Ireland?