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Programmes on TG4 Christmas 2015
Saturday 19th December
20:25 Survivor - San Juan del Sur

The Final Five compete for a spot in the last Tribal Council and the $1 million prize on the two hour Season Finale.

The castaways reunite in Los Angeles to discuss the season. Hosted by Jeff Probst.
22:55 European Rugby Champions Cup

Highlights of Leinster v Toulon from this evenings match at the Aviva Stadium in the 4th round of the European Rugby Champions Cup.



Sunday 20th December
14:05 Cluichí na Bliana

Another chance to look back at Slaughtneil v Austin Stacks from the All-Ireland Club Football Semi-Final which was played last February in Portlaoise. The match was a thrilling battle between the Ulster champions and the Munster champions. The influence of Kerry star Kieran Donaghy was huge early on and he won two penalties for Austin Stacks.


16:55 An Nollaig Fadó

An Nollaig Fadó is a charming, nostalgic festive documentary which captures the spirit of the past through firsthand accounts of Christmas across Ireland long ago. From the arrival of the 'American parcel' from relatives abroad to letters to Santa being sent up the chimney this documentary takes us right to the heart of Christmas through tales which ring true for us all.


17:55 Foster and Allen

Foster and Allen's Christmas Show is filled with festive music and song. Mick and Tony share some of their memories of Christmas and reflect on what this time of year is all about. They are joined for an interview by their friend and broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan and other featured artists include Shayne Ward, with their new videos of 'The Galway Girl" and "One Little Christmas Tree", also Aled Jones, Louise Morrissey, Daniel O' Donnell and Mike Denver.


19:30 Dúiche

This week Síle Nic Chonaonaigh comes from Winterval, Ireland's Christmas festival in Waterford, which needs to be seen to be believed. While she's there she will meet Máire Seó Breathnach who will show her all the festival has to offer, storytelling, sampling food and seeing some unusual enterprises that are at this magical festival.


20:30 An Jig Gig

The search for the best traditional dance act in Ireland concludes. All forms of Irish dancing are eligible for the series, from step dancing to brush dancing, from Sean-nós dancing to set dancers. This is the ultimate free-for-all Irish dance competition and a celebration of all the Irish dancing traditions. But only one act can be crowned champion and will claim the title of TG4's Best Traditional Irish Dance Act 2015. Keeping a close eye on all the finalists are our 3 judges, Breandán de Gallaí, Dearbhla Lennon and Labhrás Sonai Choilm Learaí. An Jig Gig finale, Sunday, 8.30pm, on TG4.


21:30 Cogar: Mo High Nelly Álainn

The High Nelly is a symbol of Ireland in former times. It revolutionised life not just in rural areas but also in towns and on city streets. It was a means of transport to school and to work, to sporting fixtures and to dances, to church services and to romantic liaisons. This ode to the High Nelly features avid fans who reveal their love and admiration for this iconic bicycle.


22:00 Hup

Hup is a new traditional music series. This week we visit Strokestown, Co. Roscommon where the festival is in full flight. It's 30 years since Roscommon flautist Matt Molloy, fiddler Seán Keane, both of the Chieftains, and guitarist Arty McGlynn released their seminal album Contentment is Wealth and the three musical legends perform for us this evening. Fiddler John Carty and his daughter Maggie perform some reels and a song along with guitarist Francis Gaffney. Three greats of Roscommon flute playing perform together, Patsy Hanley, Tommy Guihan, and John Carlos.


23:30 European Rugby Champions Cup

Highlights of Leicester Tigers v Munster from Welford Road and Toulouse v Ulster in the 4th round of the European Rugby Champions Cup. Another huge weekend of club rugby in the European Rugby Champions Cup with teams battling it out for top positions in each pool.


Monday 21st December
17:20 Dochreidte Gan Dabht

This is Officially Amazing! Today we will see some extraordinary official world record attempts from around the world including a very exciting BMX attempt-the most nose manual spins on a BMX in 30 seconds. Presented by Eoghan Ó Loideáin.


17:55 SOS

Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh: Micheál and the Cúla4 crew take to the road this season, as they bring you a weekly instalment of SOS (Sos ón scoil). Each week they visit a school from around the country and let the students showcase the highlights and achievements in their school, while bringing Micheál to their favourite nooks and crannies. This week join Micheál as he meets pupils from Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh, Galway.
20:00 Laochra Gael

Kerry have produced some of the greatest footballers ever and Seamus Moynihan is one of their best. From 1992 till 2006 he dominated the Kerry defence winning four All Irelands and captaining his county to victory in 2000. Features interviews with Dara Ó Cinnéide, Peter Canavan and Seán Ó Domhnaill.


20:30 Port - An Braon Breise

Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh looks back at the musical highlights from the critically acclaimed series Port. We rejoin the musicians and singers Muireann met on her journey with Julie Fowlis. We go on a whistle-stop journey from Dublin to Uist via Miltown Malbay, Skye, Glasgow and Dingle. Filled with wonderful music from the traditional music scene's finest singers and players, often meeting for the first time and creating spellbinding performances. Artists include Daoiri Farrel, Dònal O'Connor, Michelle Mulcahy, Cuas, Lumiere, Iain MacFarlane, The Friel Sisters and many more.


Tuesday 22nd December

9:10 Garfield- Rodent Rebellion

The crazy rodents take over in a new action packed special! Criminal mastermind Ratzo leads the rodents in a series of robberies. When the police discover the hidden loot in the basement, Jon Arbuckle gets the blame. Garfield must stop ratting around and seek help from the legend of the Pied Piper in order to clear Jon's name!
15:00 Scéal na Nollag

Scoil Éinne - An Spidéal: Scoil Éinne, An Spidéal. Enjoy the magic and joy of Christmas as primary school children portray the Christmas story in their own imaginative, extraordinary way.
15:30 Saol Faoi Shráid

Happy Christmas: It’s Christmas and Ribín & Glibín want to give each other a present. Things work out for them in the end with Cicí’s help and Cicí learns that love is the best present of all. Meanwhile, above ground, there's a beautiful choir rehearsing for Christmas night.
17:20 WAC

Super-Est Superhero: It's a bird, it's a plane, no, it's Super Tomaí! Join Éadaoin, Caoimhe and Tomaí's alter ego as they fly around the planet in search of animals with wondrous superpowers in this super duper episode of WAC.
17:55 Xtreme

This time on the Xtreme Collxtion. Extreme surfer Gabriel Villaran immerses himself in the big wave culture of Hawaii’s famed North Shore. The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series kicks-off with a return to it’s first-ever venue - the French sea port of La Rochelle. And there’s something a little ‘salty’ going on as freestyle kiteboarding world champ, Bruna Kajiya, carves her sport to a whole new level off the Brazilian coast.


19:30 7 Lá

Politics and the economy, regional, national and international affairs. Live debate on the major issues of the day with Páidí Ó Lionáird and a panel of analysts, experts and political pundits.


20:00 Logainm

A new series exploring the place-names of Ireland. Ireland's history is written in its place names, they are a unique aspect of our shared culture and heritage. There are millions of examples all over the island, and each of them has their own story to tell, each of them with their own distinctive sense of place. The presenter, renowned musician and member of the The Placenames Branch, Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich is joined each week by a panel of guests to discuss the Irish place names and their meanings.


Where do the place-names come from, and what's the untold story behind them? This week, we'll be looking at the placenames influenced by travel. On the panel this week to discuss these placenames are Isobel Ní Riain, from University College Cork, and Pádraig Ó Cearbhaill a researcher with the Placenames Commision. This week we go to the most famous cross roads in Ireland, the Horse and Jockey in Co. Tipperary, where Liam Ó Donnchú brings us on a tour. The pupils of Scoil Gharbháin tell us about the placenames in their area. And Caoimhín de Paor sings us '' An Spailpín Fánach".
20:30 Ros na Rún

John Joe is in complete shock when he catches Mack and his daughter Deirdre in a steamy state of undress! Totally flabbergasted at what he has stumbled upon, his reaction is far from calm. How will John Joe handle the news that Mack and his daughter are in a secret relationship? David hopes his plans for an amazing Christmas concert will impress his girlfriend Alana sufficiently to entice her back to Ros na Rún. Mo is uncertain Alana will even turn up.


She tries to protect David's feelings from getting hurt, but David is under too much pressure to even notice as pressure of a perfect concert is mounting, and local blogger Caitríona's diva demands are not helping. Will drive the village nuts with quest for nativity perfection? A merciless Tadhg will stop at nothing to push Peigí over the edge. Peigí is out in the cold now that Eoin and Eimear are happily married, much to Tadhg's delight! Will Tadhg's taunts derail Peigí again?
21:00 Spin

Philip King meets up with some old friends from the ranks of Moving Hearts to relive the impact that album had on an entire generation. Contributors include Christy Moore, Declan Sinnott, Donal Lunny and Keith Donald. The Hearts were radical, opinionated and exciting and never shied away from the hard topics, "Each band member had an embargo on what songs could be sung", explains Donald, "But nobody ever exercised that embargo".


21:30 T.K. Whitaker - Seirbhíseach an Stáit

Declared the Greatest Living Irish Person by the 2002 ESB/Rehab People of the Year Awards, TK Whitaker was one of the most influential figures in 20th Century Ireland. His appointment as Secretary at the Department of Finance in 1956 sowed the seeds for a new era of optimism and prosperity. But his influence was not confined to the world of Finance. He also played a key role in shaping government policy on Northern Ireland and Europe. Now in his tenth decade, he reflects on a remarkable life dedicated to public service.


22:30 Fíorscéal

Sweatshop: Deadly Fashion: Documentary charting the experiences of three young fashion bloggers from Norway who spent a month living the life of Cambodian garment workers in Phnom Penh. Frida, Anniken and Ludwig live, breath and dream fashion. They spend big money every month on clothes and make a living promoting the latest catwalk trends, not giving much thought to the people who make the clothes. Now, they’re trading their comfortable lives for those of Cambodian garment workers. As well as working in the factories, they have to survive on $3 a day. The programme poignantly shows the consequences of cheap fashion.


23:35 Face to Face

Pepsi vs Coke: a duel between giants which has lasted for more than a century, at a cost of billions of dollars. Pepsi vs Coke: a hundred-years-war with unparalleled socio-economic stakes, countless victims, spies, underhand manoeuvres, truces and renewed attacks. Pepsi vs Coke: a war of raging thirsts opposing two ultra-rich multinationals determined to dominate the world’s drinks business. When one attacks, the other counter-attacks. Endless battles between the two soft drinks giants in a war that never stops. A confrontation between two brand names that have come to symbolize the American way More than ever, and despite the numerous twists in the tale, Pepsi vs Coke is a unique and troubling contest riddled with cynicism, heroism and fascinating hostility. A combat born in the South, on the ruins of the American Civil War.


Wednesday 23rd December
19:15 Tae leis na Marbh

Frank is a gentle unassuming embalmer from Ballyconneely, a small town in Connemara. After Frank has washed, disinfected, removed and replaced fluids, applied cosmetics and dressed the deceased, he always makes two cups of tea. One for him and one for the dead. The conversations Frank has with the deceased are recordings of interviews with real Irish people.


19:30 Béaloideas Beo

Christmas is one of the biggest festivals of the year, but what was it before it became a Christian Feast Day? And where did the traditions we now practice come from? In studio to discuss these traditions and more are Lillis Ó Laoire, Seán Mac Philibín and Máirín Mhéiní Uí Chonghaile and we’ll have music from Harry Bradley, John Blake and Caoimhín Ó Fearghail. Presented by Seán Mac an tSíthigh.



20:30 Ros na Rún

TG4’s Ros na Rún’s touching tribute episode to Séamus Mhicil Tom, the Irish language soap’s loveable rogue, played by the late actor Diarmuid Mac an Adhastair.

The entire village of Ros na Rún comes to a standstill as they lay their beloved friend Séamus Mhicil Tom to rest. This dedicated episode will air on Wednesday the 23rd December on TG4 at 8.30pm.

Friends and enemies alike put aside their differences as they bid a fond farewell to the loveable rogue at an emotional grave-side ceremony. Tadhg, renowned for his sharp tongue and heart of stone, masks his grief with nasty retorts, struggling to acknowledge his close relationship with Séamus over 20 years.

This poignant tribute episode will give viewers a flashback of Séamus’ best scenes from Ros na Rún over the last 20 years. The emotional villagers gather around Séamus's high stool in Tigh Thaidhg, where he could always be found enjoying a pint of his beloved porter, forever causing mischief.

The late Diarmuid Mac an Adhastair, who sadly passed away in July of this year, was an actor of the highest calibre. A natural comedian and a great inspiration, the Irish language actor brought Séamus Mhicil Tom to life with his quick-witted replies and gestures.



TG4 Wednesday 23rd December 20:30

22:30 Opry an Iúir

Nathan Carter: Opry an Iúir continues with Daniel O’Donnell as master of ceremonies. In this week’s show, Nathan Carter with special guests Niamh McGlinchey, Lisa McHugh and Ronnie Kennedy. Join Daniel as he introduces the cream of country music artists from home and abroad, from the Town Hall in Newry, Co. Down.

Christmas Eve
12:00 Ó Cuisine

Christmas dinner: Chef Stiofán Mac Donnchadha prepares an alternative Christmas dinner. Salmon Gravlax, Breast of Guinea Fowl with Celeriac Purée and Mince and Apple Pie with Baileys custard. Presented by Veronica Ní Ghríofa.
19:15 Tae leis na Marbh

Frank is a gentle unassuming embalmer from Ballyconneely, a small town in Connemara. After Frank has washed, disinfected, removed and replaced fluids, applied cosmetics and dressed the deceased, he always makes two cups of tea. One for him and one for the dead. The conversations Frank has with the deceased are recordings of interviews with real Irish people.


19:30 Sailing to an Island

On September 19th 1989, Dolores Keane and John Faulkner, with a group of musician friends, sailed to Inisbofin, for a fund-raising concert in aid of the island community centre. Léiriú le Emdee Productions.


20:30 Ros na Rún

Márie and Peadar are lonely this Christmas. They reminisce about their favourite Christmas memories with their late son Liam but their feelings of loneliness are soon forgotten when the doorbell rings. Máire and Peadar are gobsmacked at what has been left on doorstep! What has Christmas in store for Máire and Peadar? Learning that Alana has no plans to attend the Christmas concert, David has become the Scrooge of his own show, punishing Áine and Réaltín for their bad behaviour.


Can a selfish David forget his feelings for his girlfriend and remember the real importance of Christmas at Ros na Rún? John Joe's plans for a lovely Christmas in Donegal are shattered when he learns that his ex-wife Noreen has poisoned Deirdre against him. He is heartbroken and upset when he discovers the lies Noreen has told Dee about him over the years, Will Noreen share the real truth with Deirdre?


22:35 Geantraí na Nollag

Another chance to see Geantraí na Nollag 2012 which celebrated The Dubliners' fifty years in music from The Abbey Tavern in Howth, and also honoured the sad passing of their banjo player Barney McKenna. Many musical guests joined The Dubliners along with singers Imelda May and Karan Casey in this hour long programme presented by musician/singer

Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh.
23:40 Capercaillie in Concert

The acclaimed band Capercaillie in concert at Celtic Connections, as part of their 30th anniversary celebrations. One of the world’s foremost contemporary Celtic bands, they have taken Gaelic music to audiences all over the world. Appearing onstage with the band are guest singers and musicians, including: Kathleen MacInnes, Sineag MacIntyre, Gerry O’Connor and Kris Drever and Marc Duff.


Christmas Day

8:30 Qpootle Christmas special

The 27 minute extended special will see Q Pootle 5, Oopsy, Eddi and friends prepare for the annual Christmas pantomime. However, a mayday call interrupts the rehearsal and the troop finds itself embroiled in an adventure to save the holiday.

Based on the best-selling book series from Nick Butterworth, the Christmas special features a voice cast including Joanna Page, Ed Gaughan, Steven Kynman, Richard Ridings and Ella Kenion.
9:35 The Gruffalo

Follow the little wise mouse on his walk in the deep dark wood and manages to outwit a succession of predators. Sit back and enjoy this classic story narrated in Irish.


16:50 Súil Siar Steip 2015

Highlights from this year's Sean-Nós dancing competition for adults at Oireachtas na Samhna 2015 in Citywest Hotel. Presented by Joe Ó Dónaill.
17:45 Maureen O'Hara and The Quiet Man

The film unravels Director John Ford’s twenty year quest to realise his most personal project. When it was released 'The Quiet Man' became a monster hit all across the world, winning two Oscars and resonating with audiences’ way beyond the Irish Diaspora. Featuring Maureen O’Hara, Martin Scorsese and a narration by Niall Tóibín, this documentary is a celebration of Ford and his vision of Ireland on the 60th anniversary of the release of ‘The Quiet Man’.


19:15 Na Casaidigh Beo ón Oireachtas

Two generations of Na Casaidigh bring their unique arrangement of traditional music and song and original material to a live audience at Oireachtas na Gaeilge in Citywest in October.


20:20 Duets Opry an Iúir

Opry an Iúir is back again on TG4 and will be presented by the King of country music, Daniel O'Donnell. This episode is a compilation of the duets from the series. Among the singers joining Daniel on tonight’s show are Mike Denvir, Brendan Shine, Dominic Kirwan, Charlie Landsborough, Louise Morrissey and Jim Devine.


21:15 Hup na Nollag

This special Christmas edition of Hup comes from Kinvarra and features many of Ireland's finest performers. Máirtín O'Connor performs with the ConTempo Quartet, Cathal Hayden and Gary Ó Briain as well as that we will hear a song from this year's Corn Uí Riada winner Bríd Ní Mhaoilchiaráin, while the talented Glackin family strike up a lively set of reels. With an age gap of 80 years between them Chris and Cathal Droney remind us what is so special about this time of year. Comedian Pat Shortt will be on the saxophone and we will hear a Christmas song from Declan O'Rourke.




22:10 Robert Shaw - Jaws, Deoch & Deora

A new and revealing documentary about the celebrated film actor Robert Shaw, a movie star with many demons who hid from the world in a small Gaeltacht village in Mayo and found happiness and peace as locals warmed to him and helped him to live again. In Tuar Mhic Éadaigh, he became a different man – but still quite a character and the programme contains many colourful stories of his time there; drunken escapades, his attempts to become a farmer, his love of the Irish language and finally and tragically, his death. After his death, he was cremated and his ashes scattered in Tuar Mhic Éadaigh. In 2008, the locals erected a monument in his memory.


Robert Shaw was a leading Hollywood star, an Oscar-nominated actor who appeared in 56 movies. He was also an established author, the father of ten children and husband to three wives. He battled James Bond in From Russia With Love and a great white shark in Jaws. He won rave reviews for his performance as Henry VIII in A Man for All Seasons and was the memorable foil for Robert Redford and Paul Newman in The Sting.
He was a man of words and letters and was fascinated by the Irish language. He insisted his children learn it and he enrolled them in the local school where they were taught all subjects through Irish. His son, Colin Shaw, remained in Tuar Mhic Éadaigh following his father’s death and became fluent in Irish. Location shooting, interviews, unique access to Shaw’s personal archive and clips from his movies combine to give an in-depth view of who Shaw was and why he came to Ireland.

Produced by Dearg Films.


23:05 Robert Mizzell Pure Country

Dolphin Records is proud to announce the release of Pure Country - Live. This spectacular DVD captures Robert Mizzell's exciting live show for the very first time. It was recorded in the Dunamaise Theatre in October. The DVD celebrates his 20 year career in country music and features many of his all time hits along with some more recently recorded songs. Enjoy the authentic sound of Robert Mizzell. It's Pure Country Live.


Films on TG4

Saturday 19th December

23:55 Fountain

As a modern-day scientist, Tommy is struggling with mortality, desperately searching for the medical breakthrough that will save the life of his cancer-stricken wife, Izzi.


Sunday 20th December

15:05 Free Willie Escape from Pirate's Cove

Kirra discovers a baby Orca stranded in the lagoon near her grandfather's rundown seaside amusement park. She embarks on a quest to lead Willy back to his pod.


Monday 21st December

9:10 Laura’s Christmas Star

In the evening when Laura cannot sleep, she often gazes up at the star-studded sky. One night something unusual happens. She sees a little star falling from the sky. It lands on the pavement right in front of her house. That’s the beginning of a wonderful and magical friendship between the little girl and her star.


21:30 You Can Count on Me

(2000, Drama) Starring Laura Linney, Matthew Broderick and Mark Ruffalo. Directed by Kenneth Lonergan. A single mother's life is thrown into turmoil after her struggling, rarely-seen younger brother returns to town.


Tuesday


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