Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Pick of Wednesday's viewing

Pick of Wednesday's viewing

A well-deserved airing for one of the classic episodes. Only Fools and Horses: Sleepless in Peckham, 6.30pm, RTE 1:

Christmas edition

Christmas edition

There was no New This Week section in the Christmas edition of the Sunday Business Post.

Cowen the big winner in the local elections

Cowen the big winner in the local elections

One of the great rituals of the end of the parliamentary year is the outbreak of bonhomie.

Pick of Thursday's viewing

Pick of Thursday's viewing

{ "#" : "Dermot O'Leary (him again) recalls the stars who did the business and those who bottled it over the past year." , "b" : "2004 Winners and Losers, 9pm, BBC2:"}

Pick of New Year's Day viewing

Pick of New Year's Day viewing

From Vienna's recently-renovated Musikverein comes the traditional New Year's Day concert, conducted this year by Lorin Maazel. New Year's Day Concert from Vienna, 10.15am, RTE 1:

Pick of Monday's viewing

Pick of Monday's viewing

In this sideways look at the decade that good taste forgot, a winking Gerry Ryan reminisces about such 1980s televisual touchstones as The Live Mike, Leave it to Mrs O'Brien, Fortycoats, Arthur Murphy's Mailbag, and the wonderful and much-missed Nigh

Pick of Tuesday's viewing

Pick of Tuesday's viewing

For those of you whose tastes run more to the middle of the road, this one-hour special of chat and music should be just the job. The Daniel O'Donnell Show Christmas Special, 9.25pm, RTE 1:

The year in politics: Is voters' FF bloodlust over?

The year in politics: Is voters' FF bloodlust over?

Taoiseach Bertie Ahern will be happier than most to have reached the sanctuary of a few days' break this Christmas. Fianna Fail:

Pick of Tuesday's viewing

Pick of Tuesday's viewing

{ "#" : "To mark the 150th anniversary of the foundation of the National Gallery, this special edition of The View showcases highlights from the Moving Pictures project, a partnership between the gallery and RTE." , "b" : "The View: Moving Pictures,

Turning the corner with 'the Scottish play'

Turning the corner with 'the Scottish play'

In 1998, St Audoen's national school was profiled in this newspaper as a stark example of the deprivation afflicting many Irish educational institutions.

Pick of today's viewing

Pick of today's viewing

{ "#" : "Since launching his solo career some months ago, former Westlife man Brian McFadden has hardly been off the front pages, with expose following expose about his marital problems and alleged heavy drinking." , "b" : "The Life of Brian: Six Mon

Enterprise Ireland invests €600k in Prime Carrier

Enterprise Ireland invests €600k in Prime Carrier

Enterprise Ireland has invested €600,000 in Prime Carrier, a Dublin telecoms software firm that employs about 40 people, writes Gavin Daly.

Mixed use plan for Usher's Quay

Mixed use plan for Usher's Quay

Cavan developer P Elliott & Co has sought permission for a major mixed-use development on a site on Usher's Quay near Heuston Station in Dublin 8.

Complaints over Ryanair ad

Complaints over Ryanair ad

Michael O'Leary's airline, Ryanair, has fallen foul of the British advertising watchdog for the sixth time this year.

Tyrone firm builds Altnagelvin dialysis unit

Tyrone firm builds Altnagelvin dialysis unit

A Tyrone-based specialist construction firm has won a £1.7m (€2.46 million) contract to build a new modular renal dialysis unit at Altnagelvin Area Hospital in Derry.