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Comhrá

Thu
7.30pm
Tue
12.30pm
     

Pádraig Ó Duinnín

Guests share their life experiences
and stories in a quiet conversation
with Máirtín Tom Sheáinín.

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Parental Rating: G

Helen Shackleton, originally from Kerry, but now residing in Kildare is this week's guest. Her husband John is descended from the famed Anartic explorer Ernest Shackleton.

First Shown: 23 Mar

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Comhrá, one of TG4’s most popular series, is a deceptively simple format – a conversation between the host, the award-winning broadcaster Máirtín Tom Sheáinín, and his weekly guest.  His particular talent is to put his guest completely at ease – whether the person  is a national figure or someone who has  lived life far away from the headlines –  all are happy to share their innermost feelings or experiences in a quiet conversation with Máirtín.

Among this year’s guests are a former Northern Ireland Assembly Minister, a Spiritual Advisor in the world-famous seminary in Maynooth, a  wandering minstrel  from Donegal, a Eurovision Song Contest presenter and the singing entrepreneur who owns one of Cork’s best-known hotels.

Pádraig Ó Duinnín     16.03.17 @ 7.30pm

Pádraig Ó Duinnín, a native of Cork is this week’s guest on comhrá. He is a broadcaster and writer and intrepid sea-farer. He is known for the TV series he presented for TG4, Muintir na Mara in which he sailed and rowed around Ireland in a traditional naomhóg, exploring our rich maritime heritage and meeting fellow enthusiasts of boats, coracle, currachs and other floating craft.

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