Emmanuel Kehoe

Emmanuel Kehoe

Gangland saga’s slow start lacks a real punch

Gangland saga’s slow start lacks a real punch

Reviewed This Week Darklands: Virgin Media One Catherine the Great: Sky Atlantic The Americas wit...

Television: Comic return provides antidote to flat soaps

Television: Comic return provides antidote to flat soaps

Emmanuel Kehoe on the latest small screen releases

Television: George Kay's Criminal is predictable, but that’s not a crime

Television: George Kay's Criminal is predictable, but that’s not a crime

Emmanuel Kehoe gives his take on the latest batch of small screen entertainment

No problem suspending disbelief for writing this sharp

No problem suspending disbelief for writing this sharp

The performances are terrific, the characters well drawn, the writing exceptionally sharp, the ideas quirky enough to make Mr Mercedes stand out in a crowded space

Emmanuel Kehoe on Television

Emmanuel Kehoe on Television

Spotlight on The Troubles: A Secret History is a necessary reminder of the horrors of the past

TV: High drama in Johnson’s chamber of horrors

TV: High drama in Johnson’s chamber of horrors

For much of last week, the doings in the Mother of Parliaments offered the best drama and comedy on television

No surprises and no bubbles burst in Tralee

No surprises and no bubbles burst in Tralee

Reviewed This Week The Rose of Tralee: RTÉ One Peaky Blinders: BBC One Poldark: BBC One The Rose...

Dark comedy puts Bea’s star on the rise

Dark comedy puts Bea’s star on the rise

While not all the episodes of This Way Up are entirely successful, I defy you to watch Áine’s sudden collapse into depression in the bathroom of Shona’s flat in the first and not want to see the series through

TV review: High drama in dark tales of Generation Z

TV review: High drama in dark tales of Generation Z

Emmanuel Kehoe on the latest small screen offerings.

TV: Visceral slice of animal life is not for the squeamish

TV: Visceral slice of animal life is not for the squeamish

Ella McSweeney’s new programme about animal mechanics and behaviour involves vivid close-ups of creatures being dismantled in, of all places, Smock Alley Theatre, on Lower Exchange Street in Dublin

How a gentle look at an old flyer took wing

How a gentle look at an old flyer took wing

Reviewed This Week The Man Who Wanted to Fly: RTÉ One Poldark: BBC One How the Middle Class Ruin...

Superbrat: The tennis punk who shook up Wimbledon

Superbrat: The tennis punk who shook up Wimbledon

John McEnroe – Still Rockin’ at 60 (BBC One) recalled McEnroe’s outbursts that generated outrage in the press and among Wimbledon Brahmins during his playing days

An absurdist classic takes wing again

An absurdist classic takes wing again

Reviewed This Week Catch-22 Channel 4 Top Gear BBC Two Warrior Sky Atlantic There were books you ...

TV: Turning back the clock to the way we used to meet

TV: Turning back the clock to the way we used to meet

What Under The Clock (RTÉ One) did was open yet another, not unfamiliar window on Ireland’s often restrictive socio-sexual past

Sudden arrival of Streep raises the bar for a superior show

Sudden arrival of Streep raises the bar for a superior show

Meryl Streep has burst in among the fictional housewives of Monterey in season two of Big Little Lies (Sky Atlantic) introducing a full-blown, subtly threatening character from her first moments on screen