1. make (something) visible or bright by shining light on it; light up.
2. help to clarify or explain.
Cumhacht An Nádúir
Cumhacht An Nádúir (The Power of Nature), a two-part documentary series for TG4 is now available from the TG4 Player (TG4.ie)
Environmental educator Darach Ó Murchú visits some of Ireland’s most celebrated destinations and tourist sites, as well as community spaces and local areas of beauty to explore how these breath-taking locations got on during a near total absence of visitors.
This pandemic and the successive lockdowns have not only piqued our interest in nature, the hope is that it might now persuade us to embrace more local initiatives that will improve our biodiversity and our wildlife population.
A Brief Introduction
Established in 2000, Red Pepper Productions is an independent production company based in Dublin with a reputation for excellence in both short and long form.
Between them, Laura and Martin have a wealth of experience in commercial, television and corporate production.
What We Do
Having produced over 80 commercials and sponsorship stings with various advertising agencies and for clients directly, we offer experience and exceptional value to all our commercial clients
Brands include Electric Ireland, Boyle Sports, McDonald's, Denny, Dove, SuperValu, Aviva Insurance, TV License, RTÉ Guide, Kellogg’s, Persil, Sure, Cow & Gate, Buitoni, UNICEF Ireland, National Museum of Ireland, Noyeks Newmans, Sligo Tourism, Ford Ireland, Osteoporosis Society of Ireland and Barretstown.
We also do engaging (and award-winning!) TV: entertainment with a twist, like wildlife series Fota: Into the Wild (VMTV), our fashion series Gléasta chun Féasta (TG4), couchsurfing with Ó Tholg go Tolg (TG4, 3 series) and all-round, horsey madness with Hector’s Only Fools Buy Horses (RTÉ)
But we also make thought-provoking documentaries and factual series, because stories are kind of our thing...
Born Addicted (mothers and babies on methadone, RTÉ ONE), Tar Abhaile (reconnecting descendants with their Irish roots and family, TG4) Behind the Crime (the consequences of having a loved-one involved in crime, TV3), How the Irish Have Sex and Back to School (both social history series for TV3)
Our versatility has seen Red Pepper Productions being nominated for IFTA's in three different categories: Best Entertainment Series (Only Fools Buy Horses), Best Documentary Series (How the Irish Have Sex) and Young Peoples (Ó Tholg go Tolg)
Ó Tholg go Tolg was also nominated 3 years in a row at the Celtic Media Awards, winning the famous Torc for the second series, presented by Bláthnaid Treacy.
Last but not least, Red Pepper also produce corporate videos but, again, we always aim to add a story to them as that is what we think people connect with most. One of our videos was distributed to nearly every school in Ireland (IOS), while another (World Rugby) went global, after being translated into six languages, including Russian and Mandarin.
Clients include: the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BAI), Irish Osteoporosis Society (IOS), Alzheimer Society of Ireland, UNICEF Ireland, Fyffes, World Rugby , Louis Fitzgerald Group and Acorn Age-friendly Tablet
Laura: +353 (0)87 819 6019
Martin: +353 (0)87 865 1069
© Red Pepper Productions 2021