On the Couch with Dr Holly

Staff writer Adam O’Reilly talks to Dr Holly Frazier of Lifetime’s Dance Moms about the show, her new book and balancing work and family. Those of us familiar with the reality hit show Dance Moms will be well acquainted with the drama, crying, screaming and terror that is Abby Lee Miller.  The show follows a group […]

Reality TV Show to be Filmed on College Road

Following the ‘success’ of Tallafornia, TV3 has pegged Cork’s own College Road to be featured in their next reality tv series. Announced today by TV3’s head of programming Imelda Hehir, she explained that students on College Road are the “most notorious” of Ireland and are sure to make for good viewing. The College  Road reality […]

Despicable Alan: Mid Morning Matters Review

Ciarán Mangan rejoices at Alan Partridge’s return to our lives For most of the noughties, Steve Coogan’s deplorable alter ego was consigned to a dusty attic alcove along with other grainy favourites of the VHS era. Following the success of his first ever assault on the Box Office, Alan Partridge is ‘bouncing back’ once again. […]

Try Something New: TV For The Christmas Break

Aoife Gleeson takes a look at what TV shows you should be catching up on over the Christmas Break Winter’s here! You know what that means? You got it, snuggling up warm and cozy inside to spend some quality time with the TV. So, when better to try something new? Here’s a run down of […]

Red Hot: Oi Ginger Review

Elaine Murphy reviews RTÉ’s documentary on the lives of gingers Recently there has never been more debate surrounding ginger people than ever. This phenomenon was sparked by the RTÉ programme Oi Ginger which was a documentary dedicated to the lives of ginger-haired people. Flame haired presenter Angela Scanlon, discusses all the turmoil a ginger must […]

When Love and Hate Collide

John Somers looks at the success of Irish crime drama Love Hate To those of us of a certain vintage, Irish television on Sunday nights will always be associated with childhood memories of past favourites such as Where in the World and Glenroe, the latter being a particular institution of Ireland in the recent past. […]