John Bruton, Charlie Haughey and Garret Fitzgerald, together in the Irish Embassy, Paris on the day of Francois Mitterrand's funeral in 1996

Watching Charlie

16 Jan Northern Editor Tommie Gorman reflects on RTÉ drama 'Charlie'.

One of the families in the Leaving Dublin project

Parting Shots

01 Dec A four-year project to document the latest wave of emigrants from Ireland is drawing to a close.

The items were discovered under the floors of one of the castle's towers during work to install a new lift shaft

A Hidden Hoard

31 Oct Archaeologists have discovered a "perfectly preserved treasure trove" of 17th century artefacts at Rathfarnham Castle in Dublin

John Cassin lived a quiet life after he came home from France, and kept his wartime memories largely to himself

My Grandfather's War

03 Aug Since I was a small child I have always known that my grandfather, John Cassin, served in the First World War, writes RTÉ's Anne Cassin.

Cian's mode of transport and mobile studio rolled into one

Ireland by Bike Series

17 Jul RTÉ's Cian McCormack cycled from Mizen Head to Malin Head, travelling along the Wild Atlantic Way to gauge its impact on tourism and regional development. Listen/read his reports.

The Govt's decision to do a U-turn on the issue of upfront fees for FOI requests has been widely welcomed

Time to look at FOI again

04 Jul The decision of the Government to do a U-turn on the issue of upfront fees for FOI requests has been widely welcomed.

Tourists visit the various NI locations seen on the series

Game of Tours: Game of Thrones and NI

19 Jun Game of Thrones is being seen as something that will give Northern Ireland the wildest exposure it has received outside of politics and the Troubles.