Articles about RTÉ
One woman’s journey to sobriety unearths hidden secrets for her family in Irish series The Dry. Star Roisin Gallagher, writer Nancy Harris and director Paddy Breathnach discuss tackling issues of addiction and finding the show’s balance between comedy and drama.
Hidden Assets star Angeline Ball discusses her leading role in this crime drama set between Ireland and Belgium and reveals how she uses Pinterest to create the world of the characters she plays.
Showrunner Peter McKenna looks back on making his Dublin-set crime family drama Kin and assesses the new confidence of Irish television storytelling.
Three friends find their lives are moving backwards in Women on the Verge, a comedy-drama based on Lorna Martin’s bestselling autobiography. DQ speaks to Martin and producer Gavin O’Grady about making the six-part series for UKTV’s W and RTÉ in Ireland.
As technology continues its assault on traditional television models, success is no longer just about overnight viewing figures. So in today’s crowded drama marketplace, what defines a hit – and how are our views of success changing?
A big investment in drama from RTÉ is welcome news for Irish screenwriters including James Phelan. Meanwhile, the UK has a new star writer in the making following the success of BBC3’s Thirteen.