OUR POLITICAL LEADERS AND THEIR CHOICES
Posted on Sunday September 18, 2016
Irish politics is now at a crossroads. Each of the party leaders must now decided if they plan to stay until the next election or hand the torch over to their successor. Each party has their own problems with this process. The current largest party of the Dail faces the problem that the incumbent, Enda Kenny, will be unable to install his successor before he calls a general election.
news, opinion, politics, ff, fg, sf, labour, green, pbp, socdems, aaa, independents
Olympian Agreement between Discovery and the BBC
Posted on Tuesday February 02, 2016
Discovery Communications and the BBC have signed a long-term partnership for the coverage of the Olympic games. The BBC will be the UK's exclusive free-to-air broadcasters for the next five Olympic games. Discovery is committed to striking innovative partnerships across Europe after winning the rights to the games in 2015. This builds on a 30 year partnership between the two companies.
sport, bbc, discovery, eurosport, olympic games, uk, europe, international, other
Interviews from a Job-seekers Perspective
Posted on Friday July 01, 2016
Anyone who's every been long enough unemployed knows what it is like to be on the other end of an interview. No one should be surprised when employees stay in a company for more than 5 years, the fear of putting yourself on the line for a new job is better left to people actively seeking employment. Many people might say that they hate their job but you can be gaurenteed the same people hate job hunting just as much. We take a look at 5 questions that will put off the most seasoned job hunter. Each of these question are straight forward but to are not good questions to ask at an interview. It also depends on the wage that you are offering. If its a part time position to my mind you have no real reason to ask these 5 questions and if the position is for under 15euro.
lifestyle, jobs, interviews
RTÉ unveil the Autumn Schedule
Posted on Tuesday September 06, 2016
In fairness to RTÉ TV its been a big year for them with 1916 celebrations, the general election, the Euro's 2016 and Rio 2016. A summer of sport and a year of celebration and change. In fairness to the national broadcaster they delivered and Autumn on both channels seems to try to keep up. RTE, like other broadcasters are suffering, and you'd have to ask if their autumn line up really works
rte, broadcasting, entertainment, new season, tv
Graham Norton Purely a Publicity Stopping Off Point
Posted on Friday July 01, 2016
When Graham Norton started his first Chat Show on Channel 4 in the Early 2000s, it was an irreverent mix of audience participation and an eccentric mix of guests from soap to Hollywood. Some were just part of something current, while the rest had that nostalgic effect that we required post-millennium. Graham Norton was always going to have to tone it down for BBC One but after 10 years on the BBC his show has become nothing more that a celeb fest promoting the latest cinematic releases. Indeed many of the guest now look tired.
bbc, reviews, graham norton