The GAA Museum at Croke Park has launched a poignant commemorative events series to mark the centenary of Bloody Sunday, the darkest day in the history of the GAA and a pivotal day in the Irish War of Independence. Continue reading
Jack Charlton will be laid to rest in his native Northumbria today and Irish fans are being encouraged to say goodbye in a style of song and colour that marks the impact he had on Irish sport and society. Continue reading
On the day we lay Big Jack to rest there can only be one selection for our Daily Video. Continue reading
Jack Charlton probably did more to normalise the relationship between England and Ireland than any political or religious leader and he is still creating special bonds even in his passing. Continue reading
Memorable times for Irish sport and ones that gave us a national confidence that filtered through to the blooming of a modern nation.
By the Balls is a feature-length documentary about the All Black rebel tour to South Africa in 1986 and the Kiwi’s recovery to win to the inaugural Rugby World Cup in 1987. It will be broadcast on TG4 at 1025 pm tonight. Continue reading
A major drive is being launched to source and publish for the first time GAA stories from the grassroots of the Association. Continue reading
A summer weekend might feel empty without regular trips to Croke Park but at least one part of the operation is open for business this summer with the GAA Museum joining others in that sector by opening to the public this week. Continue reading
It promises to be a real winner for a potentially much larger audience than would ever have been able to make it on person and is an initiative that will likely survive the return to more normal summers in years to come.
The RDS was the subject of a fresh look from Nationwide on RTÉ on Friday which can be seen on the RTÉ Player here. Continue reading