Restaurateur Dylan McGrath, the once angry young chef, has re-invented himself. It’s a decade since he won his first Michelin star at Mint restaurant. It went down during the recession, but he has bounced back to open several restaurants including Rustic Stone and Fade Street Social.
It hasn't been an easy year for tillage farmers & for Ned English of Castlecomer Potatoes, in Kilbrin near Kanturk in Co. Cork has been no different. The weather has pushed back harvest & prices have gone up. Louise Denvir brings us this report.
Next Saturday the winner of Ireland's Farming for Nature award will be presented - a new non-profit award which aims to unearth & showcase the many stories across Ireland of farmers who are contributing to High Nature Value farming. Suzanne Campbell met with one of the six finalists, Tipperary farmer Sean Farrell.
This week: Did Chancellor Merkel wobble on the backstop? A longer transition period possible; Dominic Raab's dash to Brussels, and work continues in the Brexit 'tunnel'. RTÉ's Europe Editor Tony Connelly and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin look at what the excavations turned up.
In the 1980’s, Kildare man Michael Roe was amongst the quickest drivers in the world. Destined to become a global household name, the biggest teams in Formula 1 scrambled for his signature. However, a critical decision sent Michael down a different road. But now he’s back, helping his nephew James Roe Jr follow in his footsteps. (2018)