RTÉ Television has unveiled its summer schedule, with over 300 hours of home-produced programming.
The schedule includes several new factual programmes, including a four-part biopic on former Taoiseach Charles J Haughey and a brand new chat show hosted by 'Prime Time' presenter Miriam O'Callaghan.
'Off the Rails' presenter Caroline Morohan will host 'Chance to Dance', a new talent show, giving one lucky dancer the opportunity to dance professionally.
Documentary shows 'True Lives' and 'Townlands' will also feature this summer, as will Eddie Hobbs' 'Rip-off Ireland', shot before a live audience in Vicar St.
Music programming will include a U2 theme night on Saturday 25 June to celebrate Ireland's biggest rock group's performances at Croke Park as well as the return of 'Coulter and Company' and 'The Daniel O'Donnell Show'.
'Pure Mule', a new drama set in the Midlands, will air in the autumn, along with the third series of medical drama 'The Clinic'.
Sports programming will focus on the GAA Championships, motor sport and horse racing among several sporting highlights.