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From The42 'I remember Eoin Kelly ringing me and he said, 'Larry, they're gone'...I actually started crying' Documentary

'I remember Eoin Kelly ringing me and he said, 'Larry, they're gone'...I actually started crying'

In his upcoming Laochra Gael programme, Lar Corbett reveals how Liam Sheedy’s departure as Tipperary boss hit him hard.

From The42 'Kremlin wants me to stop talking' - Star of Netflix documentary living in fear of Putin in the US Icarus This post contains videos

'Kremlin wants me to stop talking' - Star of Netflix documentary living in fear of Putin in the US

Wearing a disguise, Russian whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov has given an interview to apologise for his role in the doping scandal.

From TheJournal.ie Vincent Browne returns to our screens with documentary on life of Gerry Adams Gerry Adams

Vincent Browne returns to our screens with documentary on life of Gerry Adams

Gerry Adams: War, Peace and Politics airs this Wednesday and Thursday at 9pm on TV3.

Joanne McNally's 'refreshingly honest' Baby Hater doc was a huge hit with viewers last night

The show explored why people have such strong feelings on women choosing to not have kids.

From TheJournal.ie Life swivelled on axis: From surfing champion to becoming pastor at church he co-founded in Lahinch Shipwreck And Deliverance

Life swivelled on axis: From surfing champion to becoming pastor at church he co-founded in Lahinch

John McCarthy says his life as a surfer meant he could do whatever he wanted but that it wasn’t a life built on anything solid.

From TheJournal.ie United by Irish football and a sectarian pub massacre: The full story of Loughinisland is finally being told No Stone Unturned

United by Irish football and a sectarian pub massacre: The full story of Loughinisland is finally being told

A new documentary names the suspects in the massacre that killed five people while they watched Ireland play in the 1994 World Cup.

From The42 'Beyond physical strength and mental toughness': Running 246km in 36 hours at the Spartathlon The Road To Sparta

'Beyond physical strength and mental toughness': Running 246km in 36 hours at the Spartathlon

Ultramarathon runner Dean Karnazes looks at one of the world’s toughest endurance races.

From TheJournal.ie The story of an Irish maths genius who broke Nazi codes is finally being told The Emergency

The story of an Irish maths genius who broke Nazi codes is finally being told

Richard Hayes died 40 years ago a virtual unknown in his home country.

From TheJournal.ie RTÉ will re-show Anthony Foley documentary after large parts of Munster missed it because of Ophelia Munsterman

RTÉ will re-show Anthony Foley documentary after large parts of Munster missed it because of Ophelia

The documentary aired on the anniversary of the rugby legend’s death in Paris.

From The42 Anthony Foley documentary delivers the emotional story of a legend we can all relate to Munsterman

Anthony Foley documentary delivers the emotional story of a legend we can all relate to

Tomorrow will mark a year since Foley’s untimely death and the emotions still feel raw as some of his closest friends and sisters discuss the man who made Munster.

From TheJournal.ie Column: The forgotten Tipperary man who pursued Ned Kelly's gang John Sadleir

Column: The forgotten Tipperary man who pursued Ned Kelly's gang

Many Irish people have emigrated over the centuries and whilst making names for themselves abroad have been largely forgotten in their native land, writes Tom Hurley.

From The42 New documentary tells the forgotten tale of tragic boxing champion Benny Lynch Dark Demons This post contains videos

New documentary tells the forgotten tale of tragic boxing champion Benny Lynch

The son of Irish immigrants, the Glaswegian was world champion at 22 and dead at 33.

From TheJournal.ie 'Rape can happen to anyone - we need to listen to people's stories' Unbreakable

'Rape can happen to anyone - we need to listen to people's stories'

A new documentary sees four women talking openly about their rapes and sexual assaults.

From TheJournal.ie 'Voice hearers like myself were once written off - we're due our own revolution and civil rights movement' Opinion

'Voice hearers like myself were once written off - we're due our own revolution and civil rights movement'

“I urge everyone reading this article to rethink ever using the s-word to describe someone again.”

From TheJournal.ie 'I felt humbled': Dr Eva on what changed her mind about healthy eating Health Divide

'I felt humbled': Dr Eva on what changed her mind about healthy eating

The doctor and weight management specialist discovered the health divide in Ireland while filming a new documentary.

From TheJournal.ie A new documentary will feature RNLI lifeboats in Ireland - who launched 1,116 times last year Water Safety

A new documentary will feature RNLI lifeboats in Ireland - who launched 1,116 times last year

Saving Lives at Sea airs at 8pm next Wednesday on BBC Two.

From TheJournal.ie Audio diaries detail Tom Crean's grandaughter's arduous journey in his footsteps A Hero's Journey

Audio diaries detail Tom Crean's grandaughter's arduous journey in his footsteps

The documentary maker who compiled the diaries said they show the family share Tom Crean’s “traits of endurance”.

From The42 The new John Giles documentary is essential viewing for Irish football fans Worth A Watch This post contains videos

The new John Giles documentary is essential viewing for Irish football fans

RTÉ will air the hour-long film about the legendary Irish midfielder on Monday.

From TheJournal.ie 'We're racist to each other. We body shame each other': Irish Youtuber on the LGBT community Queer Britain

'We're racist to each other. We body shame each other': Irish Youtuber on the LGBT community

Riyadh Khalaf is hosting the new BBC documentary Queer Britain.

From The42 Dara Ó Cinnéide's new TV series looks at how science and technology have changed GAA Gaa Nua This post contains videos

Dara Ó Cinnéide's new TV series looks at how science and technology have changed GAA

GAA Nua begins on Monday at 7.30pm on RTÉ One.

From The42 The Corkman, the Hollywood star and a road trip to Paradise Reel Life

The Corkman, the Hollywood star and a road trip to Paradise

How the star of Knocked Up and Tropic Thunder fell in love with a Scottish football club.

From TheJournal.ie 'He never hit me until I was pregnant, then asked, 'What did you do to make me that angry with you?'' Domestic Violence

'He never hit me until I was pregnant, then asked, 'What did you do to make me that angry with you?''

an RTÉ online documentary spoke to business women, students and mothers who shared their stories of domestic abuse.

Netflix's new true crime doc The Keepers has arrived just in time to binge this weekend

It investigates the case of Sister Cathy Cesnik, who was murdered in Baltimore in 1969.

From TheJournal.ie Documentary tells story of 'cancer bus' that takes patients from Donegal to Galway every week Turas Na HAilse

Documentary tells story of 'cancer bus' that takes patients from Donegal to Galway every week

A TG4 documentary, Turas na hAilse, follows the patients as they make this journey together.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the people on the other side of the world who try to keep the Internet free from porn Humans At Their Worst

Meet the people on the other side of the world who try to keep the Internet free from porn

The Moderators is a new documentary which tracks the work of a group of trainees in India.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's Property Crisis: 'You're just waiting on a system that may or may not work properly' Homeless In Dublin

Ireland's Property Crisis: 'You're just waiting on a system that may or may not work properly'

Colin McSweeney is one of 4,875 adults nationwide relying on emergency accommodation every night.

From TheJournal.ie 'Four doctors told me this would kill me': The devastating effect HPV can have on men and women Cancer

'Four doctors told me this would kill me': The devastating effect HPV can have on men and women

A heartbreaking US documentary ‘Someone You Love – The HPV Epidemic’ premiered in Dublin last night.

From TheJournal.ie Documentary on Ireland's barber culture: From trendy city spots to mobile shops at cattle markets Barber Shop

Documentary on Ireland's barber culture: From trendy city spots to mobile shops at cattle markets

“We wanted to get a lot of different takes on the trade and we got some really good characters and really great stories.”

From TheJournal.ie The story of the hundreds of Irish men and women who left Ireland for China up to 100 years ago The China Mission

The story of the hundreds of Irish men and women who left Ireland for China up to 100 years ago

The producer of a TG4 documentary series says the story is largely unknown to the Irish public.

From The42 'These kids had literally seen people murdered in the streets in front of them' A Rugby Story

'These kids had literally seen people murdered in the streets in front of them'

Rashid Kadura is making a documentary about the hardcore rugby community in Benghazi, Libya.

From The42 'No one could quite understand him' - The story of the Irish maverick on the brink of '80s F1 glory Essential Viewing This post contains videos

'No one could quite understand him' - The story of the Irish maverick on the brink of '80s F1 glory

A documentary on the life of Tommy Byrne is showing on RTÉ One tonight.

From The42 Russian hooligans reveal how they're preparing for next year's World Cup in new BBC documentary Violent Scenes This post contains videos

Russian hooligans reveal how they're preparing for next year's World Cup in new BBC documentary

Filmmaker Alex Stockley von Statzer travels to the tournament’s host nation to speak to members of notorious firms.

From TheJournal.ie 'He was a bubbly young fella. Full of life, full of divilment' - Remembering Ireland's car crash victims After The Crash

'He was a bubbly young fella. Full of life, full of divilment' - Remembering Ireland's car crash victims

A new documentary looks at the personal stories behind Ireland’s car crash victims.

From TheJournal.ie 'Inspirational': This Irish documentary is getting great reviews at the Sundance Film Festival It's Not Yet Dark

'Inspirational': This Irish documentary is getting great reviews at the Sundance Film Festival

Another hit is the Irish documentary In Loco Parentis, about a boarding school in Co Meath.

From TheJournal.ie 'Mayo Boy, Vietnam Hero': The fascinating story of Patrick Gallagher US Marines

'Mayo Boy, Vietnam Hero': The fascinating story of Patrick Gallagher

The Ballyhaunis man kept his service with the US Marines a secret until he won a top honour.

From TheJournal.ie Filmmaker Risteard Ó Domhnaill: 'It's time for us to take ownership of our natural resources' Column

Filmmaker Risteard Ó Domhnaill: 'It's time for us to take ownership of our natural resources'

How many of us really know what is going on in our coastal communities, asks director of The Pipe, Risteard Ó Domhnaill.

From TheJournal.ie "He watched the Late Late Show": The night an unknown Jeff Buckley played the Trinity Ball Irish Odyssey

"He watched the Late Late Show": The night an unknown Jeff Buckley played the Trinity Ball

The musician, who covered Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, died in 1997.

From TheJournal.ie "We still have a long way to go" - does a stigma still apply to being gay in rural Ireland? Reality Bites

"We still have a long way to go" - does a stigma still apply to being gay in rural Ireland?

A new documentary, The Only Gay in the Village, explores the reality for gay people living in Ireland’s rural areas.

From TheJournal.ie Nuns, VIPs and GAA stars: Behind the scenes at Knock Airport Up In The Air

Nuns, VIPs and GAA stars: Behind the scenes at Knock Airport

A new six-part series looks at what goes on in the airport during its 30th year.

From The42 'I ended up taking enough drugs to kill a Buffalo' - Trailer on 'F1's George Best' released Crash And Byrne

'I ended up taking enough drugs to kill a Buffalo' - Trailer on 'F1's George Best' released

Dundalk man Tommy Byrne’s could have been a legend of motor racing.