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Ann Skelly plays Rachel Reid in Red Rock

Wednesday 27 Apr 2016

Red Rock's Rachel says filming the show 'is so intense'

Red Rock star Ann Skelly, who plays groomed schoolgirl Rachel Reid, has been talking to TEN's John Byrne about her role on the TV3 soap.

  • Daenerys is reunited with the Dothraki

    Game of Thrones: Season 6 preview

    While one big question has dominated Game of Thrones conversation since the season five finale, there is so much more than Jon Snow to wonder about in Westeros. Here is a recap of everything you need to know and a preview of what's to come.

  • Pixie McKenna returns to our screens with Pixie's Sex Clinic

    Pixie McKenna wants us to talk about sex

    "It's educational. It's very emotional at times. It'll definitely get people talking." Pixie McKenna is no doubt that her latest TV show will have Irish tongues wagging. Well, we are talking sex here. Or more specifically: Pixie's Sex Clinic.

  • Brendan O'Carroll

    Weekly TV Review: Brendan O'Carroll gets personal with 1916

    John Byrne's TV week includes comedian Brendan O'Carroll's documentary about 1916, the final episode of period drama Mr Selfridge, as well as some acerbic comedy and sounds of the 1970s

  • Insurrection: 1916 seen through a 1966 prism

    Weekly TV Preview: It's getting very green on our TV screens

    John Byrne's TV choices for the week ahead (Dates covered: Saturday Mar 12-Friday Mar 18)

  • Doctor Thorne stars Rebecca Front, Tom Hollander,

    TV Review: Thumbs up for 'new Downton' & House of Cards

    John Byrne's TV week includes the new period drama from Julian Fellowes and the returned political drama House of Cards

  • Rebecca Front, Tom Hollander and Ian McShane star in Doctor Thorne

    On the Box - Weekly TV Preview

    John Byrne's TV choices for the week ahead (Dates covered: Saturday Mar 5-Friday Mar 11).

  • Bradley Cooper (right) returns as original Limitless character Eddie Morra

    Weekly TV Review: new US drama Limitless is rather limited

    This week John Byrne's TV week includes new US drama Limitless, while also taking in two shows that are edging towards TV Heaven

  • Kevin Spacey in House of Cards

    On the Box - Weekly TV Preview

    John Byrne's TV choices for the week ahead (Dates covered: Saturday Feb 27-Friday Mar 4)

  • Terry doffing his cap to the old country

    Terry Wogan: he made the BBC!

    Terry Wogan returned to the land of his fathers in a new series for the BBC back in 2011. TEN raided our archives to bring you Alan Corr's interview with the late broadcaster during which he talked about how much his homeland had changed

  • Chris Newman

    Red Rock cop heads to the Dark Side

    Red Rock detective Rory Walsh is about to turn from a charmer into something a lot less appealing. Chris Newman, who plays Walsh, tells TEN's John Byrne about his life at the TV3 soap.

  • Douglas Henshall always looks hungover and morose in Shetland

    Weekly TV Review: Scan-dram, dead bodies and amazing pop tales

    John Byrne's telly week features four new or returning shows: Norwegian drama Occupied, gloomy murder mystery Shetland, music documentary Music Moguls: Masters of Pop, and quirky US procedural iZombie . . .

  • iZombie starts on RTÉ 2 next Monday

    On the Box: Weekly TV Preview

    Brand new shows continue to pepper the schedules, while James Nesbitt makes a welcome return, as does Don't Tell the Bride. And it's goodbye to Lady Gaga and American Horror Story: Hotel and Scream Queens

  • Clockwise from top left: Sons of Anarchy, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Game of Thrones, VEEP, Homeland, Orange is the New Black

    Top TEN shows to binge-watch this Christmas

    The days are long, the weather is uninviting and you have some time off - Christmas, and winter in general, is the perfect time of year to dive head first into a new TV series, and we've picked out TEN of the best for your consideration.

  • The Late Late Toy Show

    On the Box - Weekly TV Preview

    From The Late Late Toy Show to new dramas such as Capital and Blindspot, returning Scan-dram The Bridge, to the latest Vogue Williams vehicle. It's another busy seven days of telly.