Red Pepper Productions

Established in 2001, Red Pepper Productions have since gained a reputation for excellence. Our television programmes, whether entertaining or thought-provoking –or both– will leave you with plenty to talk about while our commercials and corporate video productions are memorable and executed to the highest standard.

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Tar Abhaile

Only Fools Buy Horses

Hosted by broadcaster Evelyn O'Rourke, Tar Abhaile is an inspirational six part series on TG4, part-funded by the BAI, that follows local Irish communities as they welcome people from across the globe in search of their Irish ancestors. For the descendants, it proves time and time again to be an extremely moving and humbling experience: as the stories of their forefathers are revealed to them, they walk in the footsteps of their ancestors, visit the homesteads where they lived or bow their heads at their graves. And it often brings a tear to the eye. The series originally aired in the Autumn of 2013 and re-ran in the Spring of 2015.

Ó Tholg go Tolg

Ó Tholg go Tolg

The third instalment of our award-winning travel format for TG4 sees Ciara Ní Bhroin and Bláithín de Burca ‘couchsurf’ their way across the Baltic coastline and the North of Europe to explore how its people live and what they have to offer to the intrepid traveller. Together, they visit both well-known cities and far-flung destinations in search of unique experiences. Similar to series 1 and 2, this series again notched up a nomination at the 2015 Celtic Media Awards, which makes it a perfect 3 out of 3!

Behind The Crime

The Untold Stories

Presented by journalist Alison O'Reilly, Behind the Crime: The Untold Stories is a two-part documentary for TV3, part-funded by the BAI, that tells the exclusive stories how families deal with having a convicted criminal in their midst. Instead of focusing on the victims of crime, these programmes look at the people who are often stigmatised and left in limbo to no fault of their own.