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Public Accounts Committee: Vote 29 - Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (3 May 2018) See 2 other results from this debate

...in tune with the creative sector here, which can bring in more partners and create more drama. We are looking at different models. When we do big, landmark, high-end drama such as "Rebellion" or "Love/Hate"-----

Report on Future Funding of Public Service Broadcasting: Motion (29 Mar 2018)

Declan Breathnach: ...heard people saying the content of RTÉ news and documentaries and other media were excellent but that the entertainment-type programmes were not so. Now, with "Mrs. Brown's Boys", "Derry Girls" and "Love/Hate", not to mention the langers in Cork, "The Young Offenders", suddenly the audience is abuzz with praise. However, this cannot be done without investment. The same can be said...

Seanad: Order of Business (21 Jan 2016)

Mary Ann O'Brien: .... Much of this drug making is funding terrorism. The Minister for Justice and Equality must attend the House to debate this issue and the next Government's term. Something must be done for our youth because "Love/Hate" is here in reality.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment, Culture and the Gaeltacht: Value for Money and Policy Review of the Arts Council: Discussion (10 Nov 2015)

Fiach MacConghail: ...Expenditure and Reform and say not to cut our funding because the arts are good for people. How do Professor O'Hagan, as an economist, and Ms Mahony approach that? I refer to research and development and the commercial world. We would all argue that "Love/Hate" would not have succeeded without the extraordinarily talented actors and writers, a lot of whom started off in a theatre. How...

Seanad: Broadcasting and Media in Ireland: Statements (7 Oct 2015)

Trevor Ó Clochartaigh: ...-making entity or are we also going to look at the high quality of the programmes that it provides and the public service remit that it has? It has had some fantastic programmes over the years and recently its coverage of the GAA championship, its news and current affairs shows and dramas such as "Love/Hate" stand on an international stage. However, as RTE receives a substantial level of...

Proceeds of Crime (Amendment) Bill 2014): Second Stage [Private Members] (8 May 2015)

Tommy Broughan: ...the virtual collapse of law and order in many areas of our cities. This Bill brings us back to that era and the helplessness that many communities felt. I was one of the people who did not regard "Love/Hate" as a valuable contribution to drama because, like many of the citizens in this city, I lived through the situations depicted in that drama. It is very painful for communities to...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Business of Joint Committee
The Creative Economy: Discussion (Resumed)
(28 Apr 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

...our services in any given week. More than 4,380 hours of home-produced television programming were delivered by RTE in partnership with the independent sector in 2014. Drama had a particularly strong year with "Amber", "The Fall" and "Love/Hate". RTE broadcast all of the top 20 most watched programmes in Ireland in 2014. As the advertising market becomes more fragmented, it is...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment, Culture and the Gaeltacht: Ceisteanna Óige: Díospóireacht (3 Mar 2015)

...faoi bhrú agus faoi strus agus tá éalú uathu. Is éalú é seo a chosnaíonn a sláinte, go háirithe a sláinte intinne. Éiríonn a leithéid leadránach dóibh ansin agus teastaíonn uathu siamsaíocht níos láidre a fháil le drugaí. Bhí mé ag caint le mo sheanmáthair faoin...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications: Raidió Teilifís Éireann: Chairperson Designate (28 Jan 2015) See 2 other results from this debate

...All good cultural content comes through a process of appropriation of the best. This will involve collaboration with willing partners in other states. If RTE does not do this, no one else will. "Love/Hate" illustrates what is possible, as indeed does Radio 1's "Documentary on One", which is recognised as one the best radio documentary strands anywhere in the world. Although I worked...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: Effects of Gangland Crime on the Community: Discussion (10 Dec 2014)

...by it. We work with people who have lost brothers, sisters, mothers or fathers through gangland crime and addiction. People ask why they do not call the police. We have all seen the television series, "Love/Hate" which showed that to be a "rat" or to "grass up" on a neighbour or someone in the area is a social taboo. Not only is there a huge social stigma around being a rat, as Nidge...

Seanad: Order of Business (18 Nov 2014)

John Whelan: ...person and a level-headed Minister who can intervene. Working in a prison is not like doing any other job. It is a very dangerous job. People working in the Prison Service work in a confined, "Love/Hate" environment on an ongoing basis. They are family men and women. Certain elements within the Prison Service management system are trying to goad and provoke them through the unilateral...

Seanad: Order of Business (4 Nov 2014)

John Whelan: ...this country has at present is that the criminal gangs and criminal elements are driving a coach and four through the bail laws. They are putting what one might see on-screen in an episode of “Love/Hate” in the penny-ha'penny place. It is clear to the Garda and to everyone familiar with the issue that it has got the stage at which there no longer is any deterrent....

Seanad: Joint Policing Committees: Motion (15 Oct 2014)

Ivana Bacik: ...next year. That is really positive. Another positive is the investment in the Garda fleet with €10 million secured for more than the much-needed 400 new Garda vehicles. It has become quite fashionable to refer to the "Love/Hate" programme in the context of the budget, but I was struck by a comment of one of the gardaí in the programme about the quality of the car he was...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications: Strategic Plan 2012-17 and Other Issues: RTE (26 Mar 2014)

Patrick O'Donovan: I thank the RTE representatives for attending. Like the previous speakers, I support much of the work RTE does. In particular, initiatives in recent years like "Love/Hate" have lifted the bar. However, we would be failing in our duty in this committee if we did not separate what RTE is doing well from what it could be doing better. Following on from what previous speakers said about...

Seanad: Youth Justice Policy: Statements (28 Jan 2014)

Imelda Henry: ...socially, by failing to have a strong programme of intervention and prevention. Hand in hand with economic deprivation is the scourge of drugs, which destroys many young lives. The television series "Love/Hate" brings into sharp relief the misery, violence and oppression associated with drug dealing in areas of urban deprivation. The Minister, Deputy Fitzgerald, is in a key position to...

Seanad: Order of Business (26 Nov 2013)

Terry Leyden: ...legal aid being granted to people who commit crimes, come out on bail and commit more crimes. The judges, without even questioning the fact that they may have assets, like some of the people in "Love/Hate", grant free legal aid willy-nilly. The best lawyers are employed at the best fees to defend these people, who are indefensible.

Local Government Bill 2013: Second Stage (Resumed) (14 Nov 2013)

Eamonn Maloney: ...or a county councillor, is not a full-time job. Trying to delude ourselves and mislead the public by saying it is a full-time job, that it takes up all of one's time and that one cannot watch "Love/Hate" on the television because one is a full-time councillor is rubbish. One can push the work into a few days. I worked full-time during the 12 years I was a councillor. I had a real job,...

Health (Alteration of Criteria for Eligibility) (No. 2) Bill 2013: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Nov 2013)

Peter Mathews: ...does nothing to put the Taoiseach's last four lines into reality. The evidence is that our society has become more polarised. An article by Vincent Browne in today's edition of The Irish Times shows how "Love/Hate", the programme everyone is talking about, is an expression - at one level only - of great hurt in our society. The establishment is where the levers of power and influence...

Report of the Joint Committee on Transport and Communications: Motion (8 Nov 2013)

Jerry Buttimer: ...with alcohol. Deputy Maureen O'Sullivan alluded to this in her remarks. Some television soap operas, such as "Fair City" and "Coronation Street", centre around the pub. Although I hardly dare to mention "Love/Hate" in the company of Deputy Eoghan Murphy, it, too, deals with the issue of drug and alcohol misuse, which has an implication for young people. Can we honestly continue the...

Cannabis Regulation: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (6 Nov 2013)

Derek Keating: ...individuals with zombie-like personalities walking around in some areas of my constituency. I am sure most if not all other Members have had similar experiences. Colloquial expressions heard in the series "Love/Hate" come to mind, such as "goofing off", or "strung out" individuals waiting for their next fix, contemplating their next crime and considering their next opportunistic attack...

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