IRISH TV to broadcast Special LIVE All-Ireland Football show from Donegal
Irish TV, Ireland’s first international TV channel, will broadcast a special two-hour live All Ireland Football special TV show from the Abbey Hotel in Donegal town on Friday, September 19 from 8 to 10pm. The Mad for Sam live TV show will air on Sky channel 191, Freesat 400, all free-to-air boxes, Eircom’s eVision 191 and online at www.irishtv.ie The live show will include insightful interviews from the Donegal camp, expert analysis from top GAA pundits and all the excitement and atmosphere in the build up to the big game.
Legendary broadcaster Jimmy Magee, former Donegal manager Brian McEniff, Donegal GAA Chairperson Seán Dunnion and former players Manus Boyle, Anthony Molloy and Joyce McMullan are just a few of the guests that will talk about the build up and excitement in the county. Expert GAA pundits Chris McNulty and Alan Foley from the Donegal Democrat and Frank Craig from the Donegal Post will be looking at the key battles on the pitch and the strengths and weaknesses of both panels.
The show will also include some great live music from Donegal performers including Free Whiskey, The Logues, Red Alert, David Oliver and country music sensation Lisa McHugh. There will also be interviews with lots of the Donegal players and Donegal manager Jim McGuinness.
“We have followed the progress of Donegal from the very beginning and we wanted to do something special to mark this historic final. Our Donegal County Matters weekly TV show has covered several GAA features and GAA club stories over the past six months and we hope to build and develop that relationship going forward,” said Irish TV head of programming Malachi Cush. “Our live show ahead of the All-Ireland Hurling Final attracted a phenomenal audience all over the world and we are confident that it will be the same again this week from Donegal,” commented Cush. Irish TV in association with CLG Dún na nGall will also be announcing the winners of the Donegal GAA Training Fund Draw for several cash prizes and two precious All-Ireland Football Tickets LIVE on the night. Audience tickets are limited for the LIVE TV show so book early by calling Irish TV on 098 56582.