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8 of the best ever moments from First Dates Ireland
(So far).
Last night's extremely heartwarming episode of The Young Offenders had viewers in tears
We did not sign up for all of these feelings.
Potential romance was ruined by eggs on this week's First Dates
There was also a girl who thought her date was named Mateo.
'We need to teach women in Ireland how to say yes to sex'
Author Louise O’Neill talks to ahead of the airing of her new documentary Asking for It tonight.
'The constipation is the worst ' - Louise McSharry on what nobody tells you about cancer
The 2FM DJ is talking about the things nobody talks about.
Rubberbandits do 1916 and Louise McSharry's 'F**k Cancer' - RTÉ2 unveils new season
What are you looking forward to watching?
Damo and Ivor's return was so popular in Ireland, it trended on Twitter worldwide
People REALLY like Damo and Ivor.
Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday
Everyone’s talking about the Oscar Pistorius verdict, staff at University Hospital Galway being disciplined and Leo Varadkar responding to criticism from the Taoiseach.
RTE to broadcast TV coverage of Electric Picnic
We’ll always be together…
Three-quarters of Irish TV viewers have tuned in to watch a bit of the World Cup
The number of people watching the games on RTÉ Two peaked during England v Uruguay at 815,900.
Grey's Anatomy kicked off RTÉ Two to make way for World Cup
Irish viewers will have to wait QUITE a while for the next episode.
Fitzgerald makes winning difference after missing out on Six Nations glory
The Leinster winger admitted he was happy, yet personally frustrated, to watch Ireland’s success from afar.
Joe Schmidt: 'Fairytale continued right until the end for magic man O'Driscoll'
The New Zealander already has one eye on the future after claiming silverware in his first season at the international helm.
'Robin van Persie is a prat' declares Johnny Giles as RTÉ panel discuss Man Utd crisis
Fellow pundit Richie Sadlier, meanwhile, called on the league champions to jettison struggling boss David Moyes.
Paul O'Connell pays tribute to Donal Walsh in new documentary
The RTÉ Two programme will be shown on New Year’s Day at 9.30pm.
New RTÉ show follows Irish families as they Skype their loved ones abroad
Your St Stephen’s Day telly is now sorted.
Love/Hate, Mad Men, and Tubridy: RTE announces its new schedule
The national broadcaster’s autumn schedule includes Des Bishop going to China, a new Gabriel Byrne thriller, and a look at the biggest labour dispute in Irish history.
New controllers appointed to RTÉ One and RTÉ Two
George Dixon was controller of channel management, and will now control RTÉ One, while Bill Malone has been Commissioning Editor for Entertainment in RTÉ Television.
Here's what's on RTÉ this Christmas...
… and New Year.
This is exactly how your TV licence fee is used
RTÉ broke down the figures in its annual report this week.
Want to humiliate your mates on national television? Look no further...
… while we’re at it, let’s have a look at Mike Murphy’s Candid Camera best bits.
Bateman Cup: Garryowen to face Ballymena in final
The two sides will meet at Templeville Road, home to league champions St Mary’s, on Saturday afternoon.
Irish couples talk sex, marriage and spooning (while in bed and on telly) – but who said what?
It’s quiztime at as we ask you to guess which couples have said what about their bedtime habits. Don’t worry, we’ve kept it (relatively) clean.
Sofa supporter: the sport on TV this weekend
It’s the end of the month and we’re all broke. So get the feet up and check this out for the weekend.
Poll: are you going to stay up all night or go to bed early?
Apart from that whole out-half argument, it’s the biggest question of the week ahead of tomorrow’s big game in New Zealand.
It's a hit! Ireland's win over Italy was a ratings winner
Hooky, Popey and the rest on RTÉ Two pull in big audience for final group game despite early kick-off.
Everything you need to know about the All-Ireland camogie final
Check out everything you need to know before Wexford take on Galway later today.
RTÉ's autumn revamp will see the return of Nighthawks: report
Craig Doyle will reportedly front the new late-night programme.