The Irish Language Broadcasting Fund, TG4 and BBC Gaeilge are running a drama development scheme to produce and develop new talent.
Finné returns to TG4 screens for a second series from October 2nd exploring the personal testimony of those who have lived through trying times.
TG4 welcomes proposals for projects which they can support for the BAI/CMF Canada-Ireland and the Canada-Northern Ireland Co-Development Incentives.
TG4’s Irish language drama, Ros na Rún, are holding auditions for budding actors to join their existing cast this March. Applications now open.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) recently completed its five-year funding review of Ireland’s two public service broadcasters, RTÉ and TG4
Broadcasters from the Celtic regions have joined forces to set up a new media production fund to develop new drama, animation and factual programmes.
TG4 and the Arts Council have announced that the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has joined them as a partner on the arts documentary scheme, ilDÁNA 2018. ilDÁNA is designed to enhance the TG4 schedule by supporting the making of an ambitious and cinematic long-form documentary on the arts in Irish.
TG4’s Ros na Rún, Irelands only Irish language soap, celebrated the wrap of its 22nd season this week after an explosive season full of passion, deception and surprises.
Next up from the team behind the immensely entertaining documentary Crash and Burn is another local tale Anseo i lár an Ghleanna (In the Shadow of the Glen), which will air on TG4 on December 27th at 9.30pm.