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Quiz: How well do you remember 90s teen TV?
'The lads who sold out on Ireland': How Zig and Zag's RTÉ exit caused a stir in the 1990s
'They just wanted a chance at stardom': It only ran for one series - but Popstars certainly wasn't short on drama
Hirings, firings and boardroom rows: The rise and fall of Ireland's version of The Apprentice
The first gay kiss in a TV drama and other stories: How Ros na Rún broke boundaries in 1990s Ireland
TV Nostalgia: Niall Horan incident was nothing compared to Dustin's constant slagging of Westlife
'The reason it worked is because RTÉ had feck all involvement': Dustin on The Den's reunion and the show's popularity
Years after the award-winning 'Aifric', Múinteoir Clíona teaches us about the power of Irish television
'Now let's go live to the Mullingar one-legged race': Whatever happened to the RTÉ People in Need Telethon?
Love/Hate is being replayed from the beginning - so we've been taking a look back at some iconic scenes
'I thought ... Jaysus I won't be here again': 20 years on from the Irish Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Before Normal People: A brief history of Irish TV sex controversies
This campaign to get people to chat to each other on the Tube isn't going down well at all
Ten years on from 7/7 - ceremonies have been held across London as the city remembers
Now Turkey's banned Youtube