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Discovering TV

11th November, 2018
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A timely two-part documentary comes after Maurice McCabe’s recent retirement from the force. This looks at the Garda whistleblower, who was ridiculed by peers before shaking the pillars of our society’s powerhouses. A personal tale amid the storm that has hit the media is told along with that of his wife Lorraine, with the second part airing on Tuesday. Presented by reporter Katie Hannon, who has been close to the story throughout, this promises to...

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