Viewers prefer their television home-grown

A raft of new television programmes has hit our screens since the start of September, with Irish-made shows once again proving to be popular with audiences.

20th September, 2008

A raft of new television programmes has hit our screens since the start of September, with Irish-made shows once again proving to be popular with audiences.

The first instalment of RTE 1’s new two-part documentary drama Hidden History: Cromwell in Ireland clocked up a 32 per cent share of all viewers, peaking at an impressive 468,000, according to media agency OMD Ireland.

As the economic situation weighs heavily on the minds of consumers, the new series...

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