Emmanuel Kehoe

Emmanuel Kehoe

TV Review: The humans behind the horror of Islamic State

TV Review: The humans behind the horror of Islamic State

From ISIS to the Rose of Tralee

Television: The Byrde trail that’s worth following

Television: The Byrde trail that’s worth following

Ozark improves as it goes along, with excellent performances from Bateman and Laura Linney

Television: Circus Vincenzo rolls out of town

Television: Circus Vincenzo rolls out of town

Tonight with Vincent Browne: TV3

Television: Behold an empty throne

Television: Behold an empty throne

I’ve quite an aversion to fantasy history and makey-up worlds

Television: A bridge over the Troubles’ waters

Television: A bridge over the Troubles’ waters

It's impossible to quantify the extent to which Project Children affected the Peace Process

Après match: Giles reflects on a life of two halves

Après match: Giles reflects on a life of two halves

TV documentaries can be overrun by celebrities, but director Cormac Hargaden let John Giles have the pitch to himself, writes Emmanuel Kehoe

Television: Gripping GLOW is a contender

Television: Gripping GLOW is a contender

The hairspray and fitness gear look is accurate down to the last too-tight shiny leotard

Television: Going from zero to 80 and beyond

Television: Going from zero to 80 and beyond

Too Old For The Road? was a frequently poignant but eminently watchable documentary about older drivers

Television: Shady deals and dark deeds under sunny skies

Television: Shady deals and dark deeds under sunny skies

Riviera is about the high stakes skulduggery of international swindlers, criminals and high-rolling pimps

TV Review: Blackmail in the basement as McPherson delves deep

TV Review: Blackmail in the basement as McPherson delves deep

Conor McPherson’s plays, among them The Weir and The Seafarer, have elements of the supernatural

TV Review: Is there anything in the water?

TV Review: Is there anything in the water?

Redwater has its share of Irish whimsy, but is it as bad as the 1997 Eastenders Oirish spin-off?

Television: Uncle Sam and his furtive Irish nephews

Television: Uncle Sam and his furtive Irish nephews

Irish politicians have made something of a fetish of proclaiming that emigration has taken “the best and the brightest”

Plenty of twists at the end of the Line

Plenty of twists at the end of the Line

Jed Mercurio’s drama, which ended hypnotically if rather chaotically, will no doubt be returning

Television: Trump all fired up by his first 100 days

Television: Trump all fired up by his first 100 days

Like his predecessors, Trump needs definable external enemies to keep the national glue-pot boiling

TV: Strange handshakes and shoals of red herrings

TV: Strange handshakes and shoals of red herrings

The lords of television giveth and the lords taketh away