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10 Apr 2015 17:12

Fermanagh musician joins forces with legendary De Dannan

BROOKEBOROUGH-born musician Brian McGrath returns to the Ardhowen Theatre this month with De Dannan on tour to mark the band’s 40th anniversary.

10 Apr 2015 17:12

Double dose of country at Ederney’s Corner Bar

ONE of Ireland’s best loved and most highly respected performers, Gene Fitzpatrick, has become a household name with a string of album successes and a reputation as one of the funniest comedians in the country.

10 Apr 2015 17:12

Robert Mizzell plans return to Ardhowen

THE Ardhowen Theatre will host an evening with Ireland’s legendary broadcaster Gay Byrne tonight (Thursday).

10 Apr 2015 17:12

TV special digs for clues to Fermanagh’s past

FERMANAGH features in a new one-hour TV special which will air next Monday, February 23, at 9pm.

23 Oct 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Barra Walks the Line in Fermanagh

RAILWAY enthusiasts will be in for a ‘rail’ treat on Monday night when the last of a three part BBC One series ‘Walk the Line’ features Barra Best exploring the golden age of railways in Fermanagh.
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9 Oct 2014 14:00 • Julie Kenwell

Joe puts another brick in the wall in Arney

JOE Mahon ventures to the village of Arney on Lesser Spotted Ulster tomorrow night, (Friday) at 8pm on UTV.
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28 Aug 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Lisa McHugh is ‘On the Road’ in new TV series

Fermanagh’s country music sensation Lisa McHugh has landed a major television deal with Ireland’s first international satellite channel, Irish TV.
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17 Jul 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Mahon has ‘hare-raising’ experience on Cleenish Island

CLEENISH Island will feature in the second episode of the new series of Lesser Spotted Ulster on UTV tomorrow night (Friday).
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20 Feb 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Minding Our Manors does not provide fairytale endings

OWNING and living in a castle isn’t always the fairy tale one might imagine.
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25 Jul 2013 13:30 • Rodney Edwards

Fermanagh producer's film gains five Emmy nominations

A FILM that looks at clerical sex abuse in the U.S and was co-produced by Fermanagh-born journalist Trevor Birney has picked up five Emmy award nominations.
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25 Jul 2013 09:30

Artists' residency in Basque country

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland invites applications from Fermanagh artists for CORNERS, an international research and development opportunity which offers up to four Northern Ireland based artists, engaged in a range of disciplines, the opportunity to take part in a residency expedition to San Sebastian in the Basque Country this autumn from 6-18 October.
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14 Mar 2013 13:00 • Sarah Saunderson

Dunbar interview on BBC Arts Show

The Arts Show, screened tomorrow night on BBC2, features an interview with Enniskillen actor and director Adrian Dunbar.
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21 Feb 2013 14:00 • Sarah Saunderson

Fermanagh castles feature in new series

The first programme in a four-part series visits Monea and Tully Castles.
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24 Jan 2013 13:00 • Sarah Saunderson

Keeping the castle

Owning a castle in idyllic countryside may seem like a fairy-tale of old to many but, for father and son the Earl of Erne and Viscount Crichton, it's a very modern story of struggling finances and family responsibility.
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2 Nov 2012 10:57 • Julie Kenwell

Buckingham Palace letter for hospital staff

MEMBERS of the Western Health and Social Care Trust Board were particularly excited to learn at their latest meeting that they had received correspondence from none other than Buckingham Palace.

3 Nov 2011 13:00 • Sarah Saunderson

Sean on Glor Tire

Sean Corrigan will be appearing on Glor Tire on Wednesday, November 9 at 10.30pm on TG4 with his mentor Nathan Carter.
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13 May 2010 09:28 • Editorial Department

Ciaran's new role in hit show Primeval

Enniskillen-born actor Ciaran McMenamin is to play the new field leader in the forthcoming series of sci-fi ITV hit, Primeval.

6 May 2010 14:26 • Editorial Department

Surfers help to tell story of sport's Irish roots

An award-winning documentary will tell the fascinating story of how a man, George Freeth, believed to have had Irish ancestry, and who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery, is credited with making the sport of surfing the success it is today.
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