Say Yes to the Dress
binary option demo konto RTÉ television and production company Shinawil are proud to announce that Ireland’s most famous wedding planner Peter Kelly a.k.a. Franc will present the first Irish version of international reality hit series Say Yes to the Dress.
http://pialadunia.es/?espikoleto=conocer-mujer-soltera&32c=4f The ten part series will be filmed in a new couture section of Vows bridal store based in Blarney Business Park in Cork, stocked with stunning dresses from all over the world. Cameras will follow brides through the bridal salon as they try on all the styles, colours and patterns to then face their families and friends in the hope that they will Say Yes to the Dress.
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The Voice of Ireland
The Voice Of Ireland is the ultimate singing competition where the key factor is real talent. Four ‘coaches’, who are big name performers, select their own candidates during the explosive ‘Blind Auditions’.
From that point it’s an all out battle as each coach fights for their team to become the next Voice of Ireland.
Coming to TV3 from January 2017.
10 well-known celebrities take up the MasterChef gauntlet and battle for televisions most coveted cookery award. Over a series 8 of high-pressured episodes they are repeatedly put through their paces by MasterChef Judges Robin Gill and Daniel Clifford.
Home of the Year
Championing individuality, flair and commitment to design, Home of the Year features homeowners around Ireland who have done something extraordinary to the place they call home.Over 8 weeks, 21 homes compete for the Home of the Year title, with three very different and unique properties featured each week.
Get the numbers, write
Get the Numbers, Write is a three-part documentary series that follows five individuals as they return to education.
Broadcaster and student of psychology Sheana Keane follows a unique series of literacy projects devised by the Louth Meath Education and Training Board. Chris, Johnny, Nadia, Gerardine and Richard who have all battled very real problems with reading, writing and maths have been set with the challenge to create a series of projects aimed at raising the awareness of Literacy and Numeracy in their local communities.
Bressie’s Teenage Kicks
Bressie’s Teenage Kicks is a hard-hitting docu-reality series with attitude. A famous Rock-star enters a disadvantaged community to create a band. The problem? The band members belong to rival gangs! Can the Rock-star give a voice to the disenfranchised tone-deaf misfits or fine-tune their playing technique to make a melody? But more importantly, can they find harmony between rival gangs on the estate? In ‘Teenage Kicks’ the wild rock and roll lifestyle happens offstage.
Undercover NI lifts the lid on Northern Ireland’s criminal underbelly. Embedded with the PSNI’s Organised Crime Task Force, we follow Inspector Andy Dunlop and his team as they crackdown on criminal gangs across the country. From the evidence gathering and surveillance staged to the actual armed raids, this hard-hitting series brings us to the frontline fight against drugs, human trafficking, armed robbery and fraud in Northern Ireland today.
What are you Eating?
Food has come a long way since the 1950s but is our appetite for convenience and our demand for cheap food coming at a cost? In a new six-part series for RTE ONE Philip Boucher Hayes asks us if we really know what we’re eating and examines some of the techniques and ingredients used in modern food production with series chef, Hilary O’Hagan.
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