Sophia, who was a guest on RTÉ One’s The Late Late Show’ last Friday, tells a raw unflinching story of childhood abuse by her father, and is keen to get her message of survival to others who may be suffering out there.
In spite of everything hers is an inspirational tale. She is the most inspirational and unembittered person this old hack has ever met, and I think and hope that the documentary does her justice.
With the support of Lidl and the LGFA, TG4 will broadcast a special television programme to celebrate the 2019 All-Ireland Ladies Football Finals.
‘Ceiliúradh LGFA le Lidl’ presented by Gráinne McElwain will visit all six counties playing in the Junior, Intermediate and Senior All-Ireland Ladies Football Finals in Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.
‘Ceiliúradh LGFA le Lidl’ at 8:15pm on TG4.
Meanwhile, on Sunday
11:40am Peil na mBan Beo coverage begins on TG4 11:45am TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final – Fermanagh v Louth 1:45pm TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship Final – Meath v Tipperary 4:00pm TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Final – Dublin v Galway
Síolscéalta is a four part series following the growing year at An Garraí Glas with Aonghus (Chóil Mhaidhc) Ó Coistealbha, a charismatic young man on a mission to grow food sustainably at his homeplace. A small holder with a big vision swimming against the tide.
Aonghus was born and grew up in Na Creagáin, Connemara. His life’s work is to grow food organically and on a small scale, without chemicals or machinery, for the people of Connemara.
Having spent years abroad working on organic farms in different countries, and studying their methods and permaculture, Aonghus decided it was time to return to his birthplace and create a smallholding there, using all he’d learned alongside the older, traditional methods he grew up with.
Síolscéaltaon TG4 tonight at 8pm and repeated Sunday at 6.40pm.
A season of Irish movies on TG4 in March and ‘Phone Booth’
Viewers will be treated to a specially curated feast of award winning Irish films this March on TG4. From evocative & poignant dramas, to classic Irish rom-coms and Hollywood blockbusters, celebrating all that is good in Irish film…
For the month of March,TG4 has teamed up with leading Irish distribution company Element Distribution, to showcase some of the best Irish films of recent times.
There is only one major professional sport where women and men go head to head for the same prizes…horseracing! Jump Girls – directed by Luke McManus – is an observational bilingual two-part documentary which provides unique access to the key women making their living at the top of National Hunt racing – trainer Jessica Harrington and her daughters Kate and Emma, and jockeys Rachael Blackmore, Katie Walsh and Lisa O’Neill.
‘Jump Girls’ episode 1 will be broadcast on TG4 tomorrow at 9.30pm.
We published a skate video yesterday on [TG4’s] BLOC, following on from our coverage of the skate against suicide last week. The video is a real love letter to Dublin, and counter culture, and is beautifully shot and edited…