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  • JP Dunleavy and Adrian Dunbar in Brendan Behan - The Roaring Boy

    On the Box - TV Preview

    John Byrne's TV choices for the week ahead (Dates covered: Saturday Nov 29 - Friday Dec 5)

  • Season three of Ripper Street premiering on November 14

    Interview: The stars of Ripper Street

    Harry Guerin chats to Ripper Street stars Matthew Macfadyen, Jerome Flynn and Adam Rothenberg.

  • John Finn plays the local Garda sergeant in An Bronntanas, which begins Thursday October 23 on TG4 at 9.30pm

    A Gift for John Finn

    The five-part An Brontannas (The Gift) begins Thursday (Oct 23) on TG4 at at 9.30pm. The crime drama series features the American-Irish actor John Finn (Cold Case) playing a garda sergeant. Paddy Kehoe spoke to the veteran actor.

  • Scandal star Kerry Washington

    On the Box - TV Review

    Reviewed: The Blacklist (Fridays, Sky Living); Scandal (Thursdays, Sky Living); The Last Ship (Fridays, Sky 1); Boardwalk Empire (Saturdays, Sky Atlantic)

  • This gang of six show get Connected to show what life is like for women in Ireland in 2014

    On the Box - TV Preview

    John Byrne's TV choices for the week ahead. Dates covered: Saturday September 20 to Friday, September 26.

  • Cillian Murphy is back as ambitious crime boss Thomas Shelby

    Peaky Blinders: the Cillian Murphy interview

    BBC Two period crime drama Peaky Blinders is back for a highly-anticipated second season. John Byrne talks to Cillian Murphy, who plays lead character and burgeoning crime boss, Thomas Shelby.

  • Nick Wechsler

    Revenge: Nick Wechsler interview

    Nick Wechsler's character Jack Porter has been put through the ringer on Revenge so Sinead Brennan caught up with the star to find out what's in store for season four.

  • A.J. Cook

    Criminal Minds: A.J. Cook

    A.J. Cook tells RTÉ TEN's Sinéad Brennan about her character's evolution, her brief departure from the show and how she's now a little bit more suspicious of strangers...