TV review: Reaching the Enda the railway line

The former taoiseach’s jaunt across the old rail networks of Ireland was light and undemanding fare

23rd April, 2021
TV review: Reaching the Enda the railway line
Enda Kenny in Iarnród Enda: still sounding like a politician looking for votes

Iarnród Enda (RTÉ One)

Sile Seoige – Deireadh Tochta (TG4)

I suppose there’s a strong argument for palliative, feelgood television in these febrile, white-knuckle times – programmes such as Creedon’s Atlas of Ireland, any edition of Nationwide, many editions of the Late Late Show . . . and, continuing tomorrow, Iarnród Enda (RTÉ One).

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