Storytelling can sometimes do the heavy lifting
Would a scripted and acted version of Purcell’s visit to Callinan cut to the core truth quicker?
Two days after the publication of the Fennelly Report, Prime Time screened a report on “outstanding questions” for the Taoiseach.
It was measured, forensic, thorough. Nobody who followed it closely could have have seriously doubted that Enda Kenny intended for Martin Callinan to quit as Garda Commissioner. But how closely were most people following it?
The blizzard of information quickly overwhelms most attempts to tell significant truths - this is the predicament of...
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