Executive Producer - Kevin Cummins
UPDATED: September 2013
Solátharaonn Cláracha Gaeilge in RTÉ raon fairsing, eicléicteach clár, a craoltar ar an ardán is iomaoch ar fad - an promh-am sceidle. Cruthatear scéalta, tré mheán na Gaeilge, a mheallann pobal féachana fairsing - an sciar atá ar bheagán Gaeilge, chomh maith leo san atá liofa. Tá sé i gceist ag RTÉ cláracha ar an gcaighdeán is airde, a tharraingonn pobal fairsing féachana, a chraoladh ar RTÉ a hAon. Tá sciar idir 16 - 21% bainte amach in éadan Coronation Street le déana ag sraitheanna reatha ar nós BERNARD DUNNE'S BRÓD CLUB, AERFORT, SCANNNAL, RÉABHLÓID, DANCE OFF, CLOCH LE CARN, CSÍ, OILEÁN:, ABHAINN:, MAMÓ agus AN CÓR.
Cláracha Gaeilge comprise a wide ranging and eclectic range of programming feeding into very competitive prime time schedule slots. Gaeilge is the medium through which stories are realised which will engage an audience with or without a fluency in the language.
Our ambition is to provide high quality programmes attracting wide audiences on RTÉ One. Current & recent series such as: BERNARD DUNNE'S BRÓD CLUB, AERFORT, SCANNNAL, RÉABHLÓID, DANCE OFF, CLOCH LE CARN, CSÍ, OILEÁN:, ABHAINN:, MAMÓ, AN CÓR have attracted audience shares from 16 - 21% against Coronation Street.
We are always open to fresh and innovative programme pitches in any genre which address the requirements of the broadcast schedule.
The discussion of, or initial interest in, a proposal does not represent a commitment to commission by RTÉ and should not be understood as such. Commissioning decisions will reflect the quality of propoals received and the scheduling priorities operating at the time. RTÉ's financial position will also be a factor.
Any proposals previously submitted to RTÉ in categories listed here, and which were rejected on a first reading in a previous Round, should not be re-submitted and will not be reconsidered.