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An bhfuil cúnamh uait clár a roghnú ar TG4?

Pick a brand new show from TG4′s stellar winter line-up.

DISCOVERING NEW THINGS to watch during those quiet moments over Christmas can be hard, but TG4′s winter programming ensures there’s something for everyone to enjoy. From unique documentaries to star-studded movies, you’ll easily find something to watch.

With all the excellent options on offer, we know it might be tough to make the right choice. We’ve got just what you need with our TG4 quiz, which will perfectly pinpoint the show best suited to you.  

Take the quiz below to find your show, and let the entertainment begin… 

First up, who is watching with you?
Just me
The whole family
What interests you the most?
Documentaries about individuals


Seasonal shows
Movies in general
When do you want to watch something over Christmas?
On Christmas Day
After Christmas Day

Anytime over Christmas
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Cyril Cusack: Lár an Stáitse
Cyril Cusack was one of Ireland’s greatest actors. His long career began in the early days of Irish silent cinema and saw him conquer stage, screen and television. Cusack appealed to many generations across his 75-year career. To some he was the movie star who popped up in major Hollywood films. To others he was Uncle Peter in Glenroe. He was an actor, poet, playwright and Irish language enthusiast. Featuring rare family photos, exclusive interviews with his six children and the greatest moments from his long career, this documentary is the definitive portrait of one of our finest actors. Lá Nollag @ 9:30pm
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Dessie: Glór na Bó Finne
A documentary celebrating the life, times and music of renowned Irish singer Dessie O'Halloran. Following his collaborator and cousin John Halloran from Inisbofin to London, back to Ireland and then to the big stages, this programme celebrates Dessie's life through performances with well-known musicians, archive and previously unseen footage filmed with Dessie before he died in 2019. Lá Nollag @ 10:25pm
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Paul Muldoon – Laoithe is Liricí
A feature length documentary on the poet Paul Muldoon in which key moments in his creative life, which began with him writing poems in Irish, are explored by many of the musicians he has worked with in words specially written by him including Paul Simon, Liam Neeson, PJ Harvey, Bono, Ruth Negga, Paul Brady, and Iarla O'Lionáird. His work from being a young radio producer in Belfast to Professor of Poetry in Princeton University, New Jersey is reflected in the range of friends and acquaintances who participate in the telling of Muldoon's life and his playful and allusive poetry. 28th December @ 9:20pm
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Fáilte 2023
Dáithí Ó Sé and Doireann Ní Ghlacáin ring in the New Year from some of Ireland's favourite traditional music venues. In The Mills Inn in Baile Bhúirne Co. Cork Gaeltacht Dáithí and Doireann get the party going with John Spillane, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Cór Chúil Aodh and The Raw Bar Collective on centre stage. Up in The Crane Bar in Galway city Máire Treasa Ní Dhubhghaill hosts the incredible Máirtín O'Connor and Cathal Hayden, The Kane Sisters and Pádraig Jack while in The Pipers Corner in Dublin, Áine Ní Bhreasláin celebrates with Daoiri Farrell, Sibéal Ní Chasaide and a host of others. New Year’s Eve @ 11:30pm
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Rugbaí Beo
Munster v Leinster: All the best action from the United Rugby Championship. Live coverage from Thomond Park as Munster and Leinster go head to head in a Round 10 clash. St. Stephen’s Day @ 6:50pm
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TG4 Films
TG4’s Christmas line-up of films includes classic films each day at 10am and lunchtime a daily family and primetime film. Highlights this year include Thelma and Louise, Borat and La La Land. A Cine4 film Foscadh will have its tv premiere on January 2nd. For families this year, a new Irish language version of Abominable will air for the first time on Christmas Day, and an Irish version Hotel Transylvania on Stephen's Day and an Irish version of Smurfs: The Lost Village will air on 2nd January. Christmas favourites Into the West and Sing Street will also feature this year on TG4. Across the Christmas period.
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