Red Rock & Fair City Announce Crossover Episode

IN an unprecedented act of cooperation between rival broadcasters RTÉ and TV3, the stations confirmed today that there will be a crossover episode involving their soaps Fair City and Red Rock later on this year. The yet to be written episode will have its action take place in the familiar setting of Carrigstown as well… Read more »

Imitation Weaponry Still Perfectly Acceptable Gifts For Impressionable Young Humans

A CONSUMER report found today that imitation firearms and violent video games are still the number one choice for young, impressionable humans seeking presents for birthdays and Christmas. Replica handguns for children stole the show over the festive season with one out of every five young boys requesting the weapon, followed closely by adult themed simulation… Read more »

Red Rock Watched By 6 Million People, Confirm TV3

FOLLOWING an intensive advertising campaign, which reportedly cost TV3 close to €4.3 billion and started as far back as 1991, super soap Red Rock finally hit our screens last night. TV3’s newly set up a department of ‘propaganda relations’ has confirmed to WWN that the soap was watched by 6 million people. “We went with… Read more »

No One Objecting To ‘Vikings’ TV Series Filmed In Ireland Depicting Murder, Rape And Violence

FOLLOWING significant outcry from some sections of the public regarding Channel 4’s decision to produce a comedy centred around the Irish famine, the public has also taken the time to show complete indifference to the ‘Vikings’ which is filmed in Ireland. Many media outlets have already reported on Irish people’s outrage at a comedy, which… Read more »

Orange Bono Alert In Place For Grafton Street

CONSUMERS in Dublin city centre have been warned to watch out for high levels of smugness as the Grafton Street area has been put on an Orange Alert signalling an impending appearance by Bono. The U2 frontman has been known to gather friends from the Irish music community to busk on the busy street every… Read more »