RTE TV some photography programs this week

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  1. monosnaps

    monosnaps Member

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    A good collection of photography related programs on RTE one this week starting tonight, I have seen a few of them before and highly recommend the Dark Room profile of Harry Thullier. Not sure if our UK neighbours can pick RTE One up on Sky but someone else may be able to advise. worth checking out.

    Fergus Bourke: In His Own Words’ - 9th August, 11:10pm, RTÉ One

    Day by Day by Day’ - 10th August, 7:30pm, RTÉ One

    Donald Taylor Black's film ’David Farrell – Elusive Moments’ 11:05pm, RTÉ One

    the Day Before Yesterday: The Birth of a Nation’ - 10th August, 8:30pm, RTÉ One

    Riviera Cocktail’ - 11th August, 11:30pm, RTÉ One

    Sweet Cork of Thee -Edwardian Cork on Camera’ - 12th August, 7:30pm RTÉ One

    Dark Room' Profile of Harry Thuillier Jr’. - 12th August 11:55pm, RTÉ One

    The Man Who Shot Beckett’ - 13th August, 11:05pm, RTÉ One

    Not Fade Away’ - 14th August, 8:30pm, RTÉ One
     
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    Looking forward to these, pity some of these are on so late, im going to be tired going into work all this week...
     
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    Don't worry too much about them being on too late (or too early). You can catch up with them on the RTE online player thing. Here's the Fergus Bourke one from last night (which was very good actually) for example ...

    http://www.rte.ie/player/#v=1053415
     
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    This is some I would like to watch but can'nt get in to rte to view,must be one of those local things only.

    Mike
     
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    That often seems to be the case with these internet TV things. We can't access the English BBC iplayer for example. I think you can get around this by fooling the player into thinking you are coming from a .uk domain by using a proxy server (like daveproxy.co.uk) but you'd need an Irish (.ie) domain one to get at the rte player and I don't know of any ....
     
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    Thanks hughitb, that would be a little to complicated for me ,those programs look very interesting.

    Mike