Today it was announced that Autism and Me has been nominated in the Documentary Single category and Bernard Dunne’s Mythical Heroes in the Children’s and Young People’s category at the
Firebrand is delighted to announce that Autism and Me won the Irish Times Award for Best Television 2017. It received over a third of the vote and was commended for
TRANSMISSION – RTÉ ONE, THURSDAY 25th MAY, 2017. An inspiring and insightful documentary exploring the life and fascinating work of Orla O’Sullivan from Cork who is Ireland’s first Deaf and Visually impaired
An inspiring documentary exploring the world of autism as experienced by a number of children, teenagers and young adults. First Transmission: 13 March 2017 on RTÉ One television
Our mythological history is filled with wondrous tales of mystical characters, heroic deeds and great battles which offer a fantastic catalogue of amazing stories. The series is presented by former World Boxing
You Couldn’t Make It Up is a topical, comedy, radio panel-show. You Couldn’t Make It Up is a topical, comedy, panel-show where two teams compete over a series of distinct,
Brent Pope is best known for his rugby punditry on RTÉ yet another deep rooted passion of his is “Outsider Art”.
A two part observational documentary series depicting the work of Una O’Brien, Ireland’s first Clinical Midwife Specialist in Teenage Pregnancy based at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda.
In this very emotive, documentary series, Clinical Psychologist, David Coleman explores the issue of teenage bullying in Ireland.
In this Lifestyle series, Wedding Designer extraordinaire, Peter Kelly a.k.a. “Franc” mentors six bridal couples on a very tight budget!