This week (January 16th) on Irish TV we travel to Ulster to catch up with Malachi at the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh, Co. Tyrone. Malachi visits the museum to explore the lifestyle and experiences of Irish immigrants who sailed from Ulster to America in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The show also features engaging interviews with Dr. Phil Mowat, Head of Emigration at National Museums Northern Ireland and Richard Hurst, Visitor Services Manager at the Ulster American Folk Park.
We also have a lovely feature on the unveiling of The Quiet Man statue in Cong, Co. Mayo and we visit Marie in Manchester who chats to Quiet Man fanatics about the iconic movie.
Tune in to ‘Out & About in Ireland’ on SKY 191, Freesat 400 and online on www.irishtv.ie @ 9pm, Thursday, January 16th!
IRISH TV are looking forward to our trip to New York in March for the St. Patrick’s Day Festival. We will also be in Manchester, London and Leeds to celebrate the national holiday around the globe. If you have an event taking place at this time why not get in touch at email@example.com and we’ll feature your event on TV. Our programme is broadcast across Ireland, UK and America and reaches over 38 million homes across the world!
The unveiling of The Quiet Man Statue in Cong, Co. Mayo will be shown on Irish TV on Thursday, January 16th at 9pm, on Sky 191, Freesat 400 and online on www.irishtv.ie
Tonight on IRISH TV we travel to London to attend the prestigious Mayo London Association Dinner Dance 2013. We visit St. Brendan’s N.S. in Kilmeena as they celebrate receiving a National Geographic award for their Group Water Scheme Project. We also connect with Mayo.ie as they team up with National Geographic to launch The Genographic Project Mayo. Finally, we feature the recent opening of the Talk About It support centre in Castlebar. Tune in this Thursday at 9pm!