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6 April 2016

SMG VOTN Series 6

Seems like we were only here yesterday. We’ve spent the early part of 2016 delivering content all round us but predominantly for the IRFU and Leinster Rugby through the RBS 6 Nations and nows the time when we begin to look ahead into summer shooting schedules.

First up is our planning for summer, with that in mind we immediately turn to the hugely successful series Tracks and Trails thats now heading for its 7th season.

SMG Kerry Derrynane VOTN Series 6
The first programme of series 6 aired last week – Kerry. Friday 1st April 2016 at 8:30pm on RTÉ 1
A bit about it: Meteorologist Gerry Murphy and TV weather presenter walks the 15km journey on Valentia Island in Kerry ending at Bray Head. His second walk takes him to Derrynane which is the ancestral home of Daniel O’Connell, one of Ireland’s most historic figures.

SMG Bray Cliff Walk VOTN Series 6
Episode 2: Cliff Walk – Friday 8th April 2016 at 8:30pm on RTÉ 1
Broadcaster and Dublin Northsider Jim Sherwin gets a bird’s eye view of Wicklow, along the cliff walk, from Bray to Greystones in County Wicklow. He starts his journey at Pearse Station taking the scenic DART journey to Bray.

SMG Mayo VOTN Series 6
Episode 3: Mayo Friday 15th April 2016 at 8:30pm on RTÉ 1
Cork native and TV presenter Sinead Kennedy is walking the Larganmore Loop in County Mayo on the western slopes of the Ox Mountains, taking her through some unique habitats and scenery.

SMG Killaloe Clare Tipperary Limerick VOTN Series 6
Episode 4: Killaloe Friday 22nd April 2016 at 8:30pm on RTÉ 1
Former International Rugby player Keith Wood, journeys down the western side of Lough Derg which is one of Ireland’s largest lakes. On his way, Keith visits Holy Island by boat and ends his 40km journey in Killaloe.
SMG Sligo VOTN Series 6
Episode 5: Sligo Friday 29th April at 8:30pm on RTÉ 1
Steve Wickham band member of The Waterboys and his wife Heidi are in their home County Sligo exploring the 10km walk from Strandhill to Carrowmore. Their second walk takes them over the Ox Mountains to Slish Wood – famous for playing a role as the location in many of WB Yeats poems.


If you want to find out a bit more about it the series – go here –Tracks and Trails website