Enjoy the best of Irish entertainment available internationally.

Whether you’re missing home or simply love Irish culture, EPIC is excited to share its top picks of curated Irish content for you to enjoy at home.

Ireland has always been known for its creative sons and daughters, so it was hard to narrow down our choices. From side-splitting comedy to captivating documentaries, drama, music, poetry and podcasts, it's all available at the click of a mouse.

What do you think? Email your feedback and recommendations to story@epicchq.com.

Thank you to:

RTE Player
RTE Archives

RTÉ Player

Stay connected with home, wherever you are in the world with lots of great new and classic shows available to stream for free on RTÉ Player internationally.

Here are this week’s picks:

RTÉ Archives

RTÉ Archives is home to Ireland’s largest collection of audiovisual material. You’ll find classic programmes, great sporting moments and the best of Irish life, sure to evoke memories and start conversations.

Click to visit their website and check out their Daily Archives to see what happened on this day in Irish broadcasting history.

Take a look at:


Na cláranna faisnéise, drámaíocht, agus ceoil is fearr ó Éírinn.

The very best of documentaries, drama, and music television from Ireland.

Find the very best of Irish language programming from TG4. Subtitles are available and you might learn a ‘cúpla focail’ along the way too.

Enjoy our recommendations:


The Geansaí

Watch as GAA teams from Ireland's islands, provinces and London prepare for their championships.


Turas Bothar

Turas Bóthair

A funny, genuine and personal series revealing what people really talk about in their cars.




Watch any of six powerfully dramatic and realistic short films inspired by major Irish literary works.




A hard-hitting factual documentary series offering a startling, compelling look at Ireland today.

Abair Amhran

Abair Amhrán

A look at songs we knew growing up that have been handed down from generation to generation.

Ceol Chlann

Ceol Ón Chlann

Celebrating the contribution of Irish musical families who brought their music around the world.



Club or county? Wherever your allegiance lies, GAA Now has the best of both from the past 60 years. From the 1963 All-Ireland finals through to today’s Club Championships, relive some of Ireland’s greatest sporting moments.

GAA Now is the home of GAA Action. Click through to see their wide range of videos:

Our YouTube Picks

Get creative and learn something new with some of the best Irish lesson videos and channels. Who knows what skills might be useful post Covid-19? Master juggling, try your hand at drawing or make some musical instruments at home.

Here’s the best lessons online, as chosen by our team and readers:

Irish Musicians on YouTube

Keep spirits high while at home with some of Ireland’s most talented musicians. Here are the most entertaining concerts available online right now:

Irish Poetry

A selection of poetry from Ireland, from newly published to classics, from YouTube, from Poetry Ireland and from the Poetry Jukebox at EPIC.

Our Podcasts Picks

Whatever your interests are, we’ve got a selection of Irish podcasts covering everything from history and comedy to Gaeilge, science and storytelling. While away the time with these spellbinding podcasts, which demonstrate exactly why the Irish are known for having the gift of the gab.

Check out our top podcast picks:

Our Instagram Picks

Some great Instagram posts and accounts we’re enjoying at the moment.