In challenging financial times for RTÉ the broadcaster looks to switchover from analogue to digital transmission. In May 2011 RTÉ covers two major state visits and the funeral of a former Taoiseach within a week.
A Prime Time Investigates programme 'Mission to Prey' accuses a Catholic priest Fr Kevin Reynolds of raping a woman and fathering a child. Fr Reynolds sued for defamation and a took a paternity proving his innocence. Director General Noel Curran said the broadcasting of 'Mission to Prey' was "one of the gravest editorial mistakes ever made" in the history of RTÉ.
Among the broadcasters who passed away were Gerry Ryan, Cathal O'Shannon and Philip Greene.
A look back at the career of RTÉ broadcaster Gerry Ryan following his death on 30 April 2010.
RTÉ new digital service SAORVIEW launches an information campaign aimed at guiding people through the switch over from analogue to digital television.
Queen Elizabeth II and President McAleese lay wreaths at the Garden of Remembrance on the first day of the Royal visit.
President Obama and his wife Michelle get a warm welcome in Moneygall, the home of the president's great great great grandfather.
After 30 years reading the news on RTÉ, Anne Doyle signs off from her last broadcast. Fellow newsreader Eileen Dunne introduces a tribute.
Celebrating 50 years of RTÉ Television.
Five decades of Irish analogue television broadcasting came to an end with the switchover to digital on 24 October 2012. The Saorview digital service ushered in a new era in Irish broadcasting, with clearer pictures, better sound quality and access to a wider range of channels.
RTÉ Archives goes to Mayo to take Shaw-Smith film collection into storage.
In 2012 Series 3 of RTÉ's drama 'Love/Hate' hit the screens with record viewing audiences.