About RTÉ Archives

RTÉ Archives are responsible for collecting, preserving and making accessible the creative and documentary output of the national broadcaster.

Combining hundreds of thousands of hours of moving image and sound recordings together with significant collections of photographs, manuscripts and administrative documents, RTÉ Archives contain a unique record of Irish life.

As well as keeping these audiovisual records RTÉ Archives are looking to make more content available on an increasing number of platforms and devices. RTÉ Archives provide content for radio and television programmes. This website contains items chosen from hundreds of thousands of hours of archives. Other radio and television content has been published and is available to purchase on CD and DVD.

RTÉ’s ambition is to continue to open up the RTÉ Archives to as broad a public in as many different ways as possible.

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If you would like to obtain a copy of a programme transmitted by RTÉ or other footage, please see our Sales & Services page and submit your request using our Sales Request Form.

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Privacy Statement

PRIVACY STATEMENT FOR RTÉ ARCHIVES

Your privacy is important to us - if you fill in our SALES REQUEST FORM to request archive material, your details will be used solely for the purpose of processing the current request, additional requests from you and, if expressly permitted by you by ticking the box, for marketing purposes of RTÉ Archives.

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Disclaimer

DISCLAIMER FOR RTÉ ARCHIVES WEBSITE

Every effort and care has been taken in preparing this site. However RTÉ Archives disclaims all warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the materials presented herein.

The descriptions for many of the itmes on this website have been created from historical sources. They may contain typographical errors, or lack important information. However, ongoing research continues to add to our knowledge of these images and records will be continually enhanced. If you would like to help with this process, please contact us with any spelling, typographical errors or factual errors that you may notice. We also welcome the names of any unidentified people, places or events that you may recognise.

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