TV programmes with a learning focus 20th - 24th September
TG4 Wednesday, 20.30- 21.00
Documentary focusing on women and Gaelic games - those who support their partners as well as the ones who run out onto the pitch as players
RTE 2 Thursday, 20:00 - 20.30
Architect Orla Murphy recounts the story of Kilkenny Castle, from its origins as a 12th-century fortress to its remodelling as an elegant stately home. Geographer Susan Hegarty explores the layout of mediaeval Kilkenny and engineer Tim Joyce finds out how a catastrophic flood in 1763 led to new bridges over the Rive Nore that are still in use today.
TG4 Saturday , 19.15- 20.25
Final episode, Jarlath examines the turbulent impact of the Troubles on the Gaelic games in Ulster, and how the games have regenerated in the last two decades.
RTÉ One Sunday, 18:30 - 19.30
New series. Pauline McLynn presents an artistic challenge in which seven amateur painters from across Ireland put their skills to the test. Prepare yourself for 'Painting the Nation' episode by visiting the Renaissance Art Collection of resources to explore 'History & Appreciation of Art'
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