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  • 'The Great Guide To The Future'

    Feb. 22, 2017 · (3 days) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 62 views


    Tile Films' latest new innovative series is finally here! 'The Great Guide to the Future' is an ambitious and visually stunning science-travel documentary series that reveals what our future will look like to mind-blowing effect. It will be premiering on TV3's newest channel, be3, this Sunday 26th February at 7pm. 

    Presented by the multi award-winning TV presenter and science journalist, Jonathan McCrea, who will take us on a journey into our future...over six episodes we will meet with leading scientists and innovators from Ireland and across the globe to discover how their ground-breaking work will shape our planet. Over six episodes, we will feature incredible locations rarely explored on screen. From Robot Restaurants in Tokyo, to exotic wildlife sanctuaries in the Galápagos Islands, our cameras will sweep in to find Jonathan immersed in a universal issue. Relationships, Wildlife, Housing, Tourism, Energy, and E-Waste. What do they look like ...

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  • Cé A Chónaigh I Mo Theachsa? / Who Lived In My House? – Season 2 Ep 7.Glin Castle,Co Limerick,Tg4 10pm Thurs 23rd Feb 2012

    Feb. 22, 2012 · (5 years) ago · by Dave Farrell · 0 views


    Featuring the last ever interview with Desmond Fitzgerald, the 29th Knight of Glin, this episode tells a 700 year long tale, revealing how the Black Knights championed Gaelic culture through revolution and patronage.

    For centuries Glin Castle, nestled at the stunning mouth of the Shannon, has been home to the black knights of Glin, one of the oldest Anglo-Norman families in the country. Theirs is a story of battles, beheadings and executions of being hunted like vermin across Ireland for treason and of fostering the Irish language at a time when no one cared for it. The 24th Knight, John Fraunceis FitzGerald (1791-1854) was a fluent Irish language speaker and scholar who did much to promote the Irish language long before it became fashionable in the days of the Gaelic revival. However, he was also a known womaniser who went by the nickname, Ridire ...

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