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A Conor McGregor Documentary

Conor McGregor has taken mixed martial arts by storm, and Notorious is an in–depth look at the wild world of the Dublin fighter. A former apprentice plumber – and now a bona fide superstar – the charismatic McGregor takes RTÉ cameras behind the scenes as he travels from Dublin to Vegas and launches his assault on the world of the UFC.


The Collector’s Edition: Series 1 to 5

A must-have for fans of the critically acclaimed Irish crime drama Love/Hate; this collector’s edition box set features over 24 hours of content comprising all episodes from Series 1 through to Series 5, with bonus interviews and behind-the-scenes feature.

The exclusively-designed box set comes packaged as a hardback book, containing 9 DVD discs and a 36-page collector’s handbook featuring episode guides, original script excerpts and images from the set for each series. An essential collector’s item for fans of this ground-breaking Irish gangland series.

Clean Break

Series One

From the makers of the critically acclaimed Love/Hate comes this year's must-see Irish television drama. Set in Co. Wexford, Clean Break is a universal tale of love, jealousy and greed set in a community in the grip of a savage recession. Frank Mallon, a car dealer running out of fiscal rope, catapults himself into serious trouble with the tiger kidnapping of bank manager Desmond Rane's family.

Rather than the solution to all his problems Frank has just made things a lot worse for himself, his hometown and all the people around him.