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Saturday 9 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Drama

All time
Red Rock roars to the top of the 2016 IFTA TV Awards
Nominations for this year’s awards show were announced today.
Pat Shortt's new drama explores how families deal with emigration and cancer
Shortt said he thinks Smalltown will create the ‘water-cooler chat’ that TV series such as Love/Hate and Charlie have in the past.
Bullet hits Olympic equestrian media centre in troubled start for Rio Games
Meanwhile, a loud blast erupted near the cycling race’s finish line.
David Moyes and Sunderland players forced to make emergency plane landing
The Eastern Airways Flight was scheduled to fly from Newcastle to Geneva.
Everyone is loving this drama student's graduation message to her old lecturer
The delicious feeling when you prove someone wrong. Mmm, mmm, mmm.
Cruz shocks Republican convention by refusing to endorse Trump
He urged Americans to “vote their conscience”.
VIDEO: Heavy crash curtails Canadian GP final practice
Dutch teenager Max Verstappen was second quickest in his Red Bull ahead of German Nico Rosberg of Mercedes.
Another twist in enthralling Championship title race as Brighton held
Burnley will now gain promotion to the Premier League if they win later today.
Mayo win breathless Connacht U21 final to claim first title since '09
Liam Irwin notched 1 – 3 for Mayo as they battled back to beat Roscommon by a point.
Final heartbreak for St Kevin's Boys, as they lose out to Barca on penalties
The Catalan side had surged into a 3-1 first-half lead.
Tottenham missed a glorious opportunity to break a 52-year record tonight
Meanwhile, Arsenal also slipped up against Swansea this evening.
Fran v Nidge: Peter Coonan's got a 1916 drama too... and there's time-travel involved
The “dark comedy drama” goes out on the weekend of the actual Rising centenary, at the end of April.
Bullets and burns were flying in last night's action-packed episode of Rebellion
It’s day three of the uprising and the gloves are off.
Over 600,000 people watched the first episode of Rebellion last night
Strong figures for the first episode in the much-talked about new season.
What's up with the f****** swearing in RTÉ's new 1916 drama?
And is it historically accurate?
Agony for Scotland as Australia snatch Twickenham thriller
Scotland were seconds from a World Cup shock.
Is Clean Break the new Love/Hate? Here's what people thought of it
Is the Wexford drama any use?
What Fran did next: Peter Coonan goes Italian for the stage
Coonan spoke to us about the transition from stage to screen.
Johnny Doyle: Mayo's bottle, Dublin's indiscipline and sympathy for Joe McQuillan
Our football columnist has his say on today’s semi-final.
Stuck for weekend plans? Here are some of the best things to do around Ireland
A quick round-up of weekend events taking place across the country.
Benedict Cumberbatch was ironically filmed asking people to stop filming his play
The Cumberbitches can’t keep their phones off him.
There's been drama in relation to Michael Hooper's ban for striking
The Wallabies openside was set to miss only an Australian club game.
No plans for the bank holiday? Here are the best events lined up this weekend
A quick round-up of the long weekend’s best days out.
Looking for a weekend plan? Here's what you don't want to miss
A round-up of the best events happening around the country this weekend.
Greece latest: Banks to reopen on Monday, but with a €60 withdrawal limit
The EU has expressed its satisfaction with Greece as its parliament passes a sweeping austerity bill in advance of the country’s third bailout.
Don't you dare laugh at this poor, unfortunate young footballer!
He’ll learn from this.
An open casting for extras in BBC's Ripper Street will be held in Dublin next week
Looking like a Victorian-era criminal is probably a bonus.
Catch up on Ireland's thrilling last-gasp win in the World U20 Championship
Nigel Carolan’s men needed a late, late penalty to clinch victory against Argentina.
RTÉ's making a drama on the 'violent birth of modern Ireland' - by the guy who wrote Charlie
Brian Gleeson and Love/Hate’s Charlie Murphy (Siobhán) are set to star in the new five-part drama.
Bohs ended up with a defender in goal as they lost an eight-goal thriller in Galway
Eight goals, three penalties and a goalkeeper sent off.
Analysis: Bangor Bulldozer plays vital role as 15-man Munster fold
With just two minutes left at Kingspan Stadium, Anthony Foley’s men led by seven points.
Ulster and Munster share the spoils after Pro12 thriller in Belfast
Paddy Jackson held his nerve with a last-gasp conversion to earn two points for Neil Doak’s men.
First Division leaders Finn Harps put their fans through a rollercoaster night against Waterford
Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s four First Division games.
Oscar taken to hospital after collision as Chelsea move one step closer to the title
The Brazilian suffered a suspected concussion during one of four penalty shouts in the 0-0 draw away to Arsenal.
Dogged Villa give Man City a scare after Guzan howler but Fernandinho grabs late winner
The Premier League champions moved up to second in the table after a 3-2 victory over Tim Sherwood’s side.
Drennan the Hoops hero as Rovers deny Dundalk in an early-season classic
Shamrock Rovers came from two down to take a point against champions Dundalk in Tallaght Stadium.
Masked man Fabregas blasts home at the death with a huge goal for lacklustre Chelsea
The champions-elect have beaten QPR 1-0 after scoring with their only shot on target.
Eastenders' Kat and Alfie to star in spin-off ... set in Ireland
The duo will start a new life this side of the pond.
There were 'ugly' scenes after a controversial refereeing decision in the NRL
Canterbury Bulldogs coach Des Hasler has issued a full apology after match officials were struck by projectiles following their NRL defeat.
Wales hit Italy for 61 and set Ireland a target to chase in Edinburgh
Italy were well and truly rolled over in the second half in Rome.