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Incredible Homes has been sold into Canada, Australia and South Africa
French commercial broadcaster TF1 and Finnish pubcaster YLE have picked up a three-part historical documentary series about the Irish Revolution.
The Irish Revolution (3×60’) was originally produced by Dublin-based Tyrone Productions and Create One for RTÉ.
The pubcaster’s commercial arm, RTÉ Programme Sales, has sold the doc, narrated by Peaky Blinders’ Cillian Murphy, to TF1 for its Histoire network and YLE as part of a raft of sales of completed factual shows to networks across Europe.
Incredible Homes, in which architect Dermot Bannon visits unusual living spaces, has been picked up by Canada’s TLN, South Africa’s The Home Channel, Australia’s Foxtel and BBC Poland.
Room to Improve has been sold to The Home Channel and Foxtel. Now in its 12th season on RTÉ, the series sees Bannon apply his creativity to an array of properties, some presenting quirkier challenges than others.
Irish food writer, television presenter, food photographer and YouTuber Donal Skehan’s culinary show Meals in Minutes has been acquired by Hong Kong’s TVB and Australia’s Liftstyle Food.
Meanwhile, Australia’s SBS Food has bought a food programming package including Donal’s Kitchen Hero (41×30’), Donal’s Kitchen Feast (13×25’) and Donal’s Cook Eat Burn (6×30′).
The series, which has also been acquired by TLN in Canada, follows Skehan as he undertakes a series of challenges and prepares healthy food designed for an active lifestyle.