The continuing story of Irish television drama: tracking the tiger
Dr Helena Sheehan's original study, Irish television drama, appeared in 1987. It traced 25 years (1962-87) of television drama in an Ireland undergoing social transformation. This book is a sequel, advancing the story another 15 years (1987-2002).
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Brenda Fricker in Relative Strangers 2000
BRITISH PRODUCTION OF IRISH TELEVISION DRAMA
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Adrian Vale Alan audience Ballykissangel Ballymun BBCNI bishop Black Brendan Brian MacLochlainn British broadcasting Carrigstown Catholic characters Chloe Gibson Christopher Fitz-Simon co-production comedy David Deirdre Friel Dermot Morgan Design and Technology Donall Farmer Dougal drama on film dramatised Dublin Dun Laoghaire Institute episodes Eugene McCabe Fair City Fair City Seepages Father Ted Films production Flatharta Gerard Stembridge Glenroe Glenroe Seepage 129 Grand Pictures Head of Drama Hugh Leonard Institute of Art Interview Irish Television Drama James Douglas Jim Fitzgerald Joe O'Donnell John Lynch Kevin Kieran Laurence Bourne Liam lives Louis Lentin Love Maeve McCarthy Michael Garvey Michael Judge Murphy Niall Noel O'Briain Norman Smythe novel O'Connor Paul Cusack Peter Collinson played political priest production for RTE production for RTE/BSE programme radio relationship Riordans serial Roddy Doyle Ros na Run scene Sean Cotter Seepage 107 Sheelah Richards sitcom soap operas story Tony Barry town Walsh Wesley Burrowes woman