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'The highs are so short-lived and the lows last so much longer' - New film reveals the tough reality of a LOI footballer
Out of Their League screens on eir Sport tomorrow night.
# the remote
A Will Ferrell Eurovision comedy, Comic Relief and a Disney movie - it's your weekly TV guide
We’ve got you covered for some shows to sink your teeth into this week.
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Sofa Watch: A socially distant Father's Day and Daniel O'Donnell does Kangoo Jumping
All you need to know about your Irish and international chat show options.
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Here is a list of the free-to-air Premier League games coming to Ireland in July
Sky Sports to screen seven games on their free-to-air channel in first two weeks of July.
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TV Wrap - A David Luiz disaster proves familiar in Sky's 'new normal' for the Premier League
How Sky’s coverage of the new-look Premier League looked on its first night back.
# nights in
A thrilling drama, a Lewis Carroll classic for the kids, and changing planet earth - it's your weekly TV guide
We’ve got you covered for some shows and films to sink your teeth into this week.
# nights in
The Remote: Celebrity Gogglebox, the return of the Fab Five and a bake off - it's your weekly TV guide
We’ve got you covered for some shows to sink your teeth into this week.
# On the box
TV Wrap - New documentary proves we have heard more than enough from Lance Armstrong
The disgraced cyclist is the subject of a new, two-part ESPN series.
# nights in
The Remote: Daniel at home, the Normal People finale and a classic Hitchcock flick - it's your weekly TV guide
We’ve got you covered for some shows and films to sink your teeth into this week.
# On the box
The Remote: Space Force blasts off, Normal People in Sweden and Munster finals in the sun - it's your weekly TV guide
We’ve got you covered for some shows to sink your teeth into this week.
# On the box
Here are the classic games coming up on eir Sport
Fans of Manchester United, Liverpool, rugby and GAA are in for a sporting bonanza over the next week.
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Here are the classic GAA games coming up on TG4
Another eight famous games are coming up on All-Ireland gold in June.
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TV Wrap - Ghostly Bundesliga appears on BT Sport while NBC make a hames of golf's return
Donald Trump appeared during coverage of Rory McIlroy’s charity skins game with Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Mathew Wolff.
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TV Wrap - Horan and the GAA show impressive leadership as a diminished Sunday Game returns
The GAA president delivered a socially-distant punch to the gut, as the reality of a lost GAA summer sank in.
# On the box
TV Wrap - In The Last Dance, Jordan's political silence is another emblem of the 1990s
Were he playing the game today, Jordan might not be afforded the chance to stay silent and say that “Republicans buy sneakers too”.
# On the box
The Remote: Normal People hype and was Italia '90 really that good? - it's your weekly TV Guide
We’ve got you covered for some shows to sink your teeth into this week.
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TV Wrap - Even without any football, the Premier League continues to exasperate
Graeme Souness is critical of Paul Pogba and another club is sold as an item of sportswashing – it’s as if nothing has changed.
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TV Wrap - Sunderland 'Til I Die is the show we want, if not the show we need right now
The second series of the fly-on-the-wall documentary has been released on Netflix.
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TV Wrap - Dana White among the last of the deluded as sport's irrelevance is made clear
The realisation is dawning more slowly for others that sport just isn’t important in the face of a pandemic.
# COYBIG
5 highlights from the concluding part of RTÉ's The Boys in Green
What were your favourite memories of this much-needed reflection on the glory years?
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TV Wrap - ITV can't hit the right note as the shameful staging of Cheltenham is laid bare
ITV tried to cover the festival like it was any other year…but this year is far from normal.
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5 highlights from the first part of RTÉ's Boys in Green documentary
From Eamon Dunphy’s shame to John Aldridge’s embarrassment, via an oddly bad John Giles prediction.
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TV Wrap - French implosion a reliable theme on a deeply abnormal weekend
The biggest game in Europe was in an empty stadium, other events were cancelled and Roy Keane bantered with Micah Richards. Thank heavens for France.
# Jack's Army
'English newspapers were writing about the Irish fans, wondering why their fans couldn't behave like that'
The Jack Charlton Years are remembered in a new, two-part documentary on RTÉ.
# Tune in
RTÉ to show Sunday's All-Ireland camogie club finals for the first time
Slaughtneil are chasing four-in-a-row, with that one available to watch on RTÉ News Now and RTÉ Player.
# On the box
TV Wrap - Bono gets it in the neck as Ireland's problems are exposed in Twickenham horror show
While the Irish public rushed to blame the U2 frontman, the pundits worryingly found plenty of different issues on the pitch.
# On the box
Six different League of Ireland clubs to be shown live on television next month
Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers, Bohemians, Sligo Rovers, Shelbourne and St Patrick’s Athletic all picked by eirSport in March.
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TV Wrap - Matt Williams not quite on the same script as Ireland impress against Wales
Mattie took some flak for his comments on another stellar outing for Virgin Media’s rugby panel.
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TV Wrap - Rebuilding of Schmidt's reputation begins as Ireland stutter against Scotland
Elsewhere, Dylan Hartley impresses as Matt Williams sticks the boot into Eddie Jones.
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TV Wrap - UFC and Vegas get rich selling Conor McGregor's redemption, but are you buying it?
The Dubliner took less than a minute to finish off Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone on Saturday night.
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TV Wrap - Declan Rice the latest caught out as VAR fury hits boiling point
Elsewhere, Joe Brolly has made a surprise return to television punditry.
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RTÉ announce 2020 league coverage details, starting with All-Ireland final rematch
The national broadcaster will again show some league clashes live.
# On the box
TV Wrap - The top 10 sporting TV moments of 2019
Drum roll please, as we celebrate the best in television analysis, entertainment…and eejitry.
# Saturday Night Lights
15 live games across 7 weekends - eir sport announce 2020 league coverage details
A mouthwatering triple-header kicks eir’s football and hurling league coverage off, as they feature 16 counties.
# On the box
TV Wrap - Neville calls out Boris Johnson in high point for Sky's football coverage
The British Prime Minister also bewilderingly claimed that a World Cup co-hosted in Ireland would be ‘bringing football home.’
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New documentary tells tale of how Brian Kerr led a team of Bohs and Pat's players to Gaddafi's Libya
In League with Gaddafi is on RTÉ One tonight at 9.35pm.
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TV Wrap - A bit of the old magic remains as Dunphy, Brady and Giles reunite
The band got back together for Irish fans as Amazon assembled English pundits in a kind of Tekken menu.
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Where can you watch Amazon Prime's live Premier League games in Ireland?
Starting this midweek, the games will be available on Premier Sports – here are the details.
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'I've been threatened to be killed' - have a look at this trailer for a documentary about the Sunday Game
‘Sunday Best: 40 Years of The Sunday Game’ will be aired on RTÉ One this Wednesday.
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TV Wrap - Poppy displays hit new heights of absurdity while Jose anoints Liverpool as champions
Elsewhere, Arsene Wenger turned up alongside Richard Keys and Andy Gray.