MHz Worldview Programming Highlights

July 2014



PRIME TIME BLOCKS


Mondays


DON MATTEO

9 PM & 10 PM


Don Matteo isn't an ordinary parish priest. This former missionary is blessed with extraordinary intuition and a deep understanding of the human soul, traits which come in handy when a crime has been committed!  Directed by Enrico Oldoini, 2000, color.  In Italian with English subtitles.


Series Rating: TVPG.


7/7 NETWORK PREMIERE!

519 – Natalina’s Brother

Natalina’s brother shows up at the rectory with a new-born daughter and Natalina goes into overdrive in her new role as the attentive auntie.  Meanwhile, a seriously wounded woman is abandoned in the hospital. Directed by Giulio Base, 2008.


7/7 NETWORK PREMIERE!

520 - Romantic Crisis

A young woman recently fired from a textile company is found dead and her ex-boyfriend is the prime suspect.  Captain Tommasi finds himself dumped by his girlfriend, Amanda, and Cecchini and his family mount a campaign to lift his spirits.  Directed by Giulio Base, 2008.


7/14 NETWORK PREMIERE!

521 - The Treasure of Orpheus

A famous lute player is found dead and a young artist is accused of the crime.  Captain Tommasi runs into an old childhood friend, and the Marshal is convinced she’s just the right woman for the Captain.  Directed by Giulio Base, 2008.


7/14 NETWORK PREMIERE!

522 - Beyond the Wall

A wine steward from an agricultural estate is found dead on the stairs that lead to the wine cellar.  The owner of the company is the prime suspect, since he suspected the steward of having an affair with his wife. Captain Tommasi breaks his leg and is forced to move in with Marshal Cecchini. Directed by Giulio Base, 2008.


7/21 NETWORK PREMIERE!

523 - Good Boys

During a university party, a girl flies from a window risking death. Cecchini’s daughter Patrizia is also at the party and seems to be involved in the accident. Meanwhile, Pippo unexpectedly receives an inheritance and a noble title. Directed by Elisabetta Marchetti, 2008.


7/21 NETWORK PREMIERE!

524 - A Test for Don Matteo

Giorgio, a promising screenwriter, is found dead and is thought to have committed suicide. The boy’s father blames Don Matteo, saying he made the boy distance himself from his family. Captain Tommasi must juggle both his mother and Amanda, who have come to Gubbio for the police awards ceremony. Directed by Elisabetta Marchetti, 2008.




7/28

501 - Welcome Back Don Matteo

Much to everyone’s joy and amazement, Don Matteo is back in Gubbio! But when the body of a well-known agronomist is uncovered, a shadow is cast over the town. But it seems as if Don Matteo wants nothing to do with the investigation.  Marshal Cecchini is delighted to have his friend back, and wants to get him involved in the case.  Directed by Elisabetta Marchetti, 2008. 


7/28

502 - The Aroma of Coffee

The managing director of a famous coffee factory is found almost dead, with a young Brazilian woman right next to him holding the weapon.  Don Matteo feels responsible because he’s the one who got the young woman a job working at the victim’s house. Directed by Elisabetta Marchetti, 2008.



Tuesdays


INSPECTOR MANARA NETWORK PREMIERE!

9 PM & 10 PM


When police chief Luca Manara gets transferred from Milan to a small Tuscan town, he takes consolation in the fact that at least he's leaving a lot of failed relationships with women behind him. He doesn't exactly get a fresh start, however, as an old girlfriend from the police academy, Lara, has also just moved to town and is joining the department. She's living with her Aunt Catarina, the mother of the previous police chief. They're a very unlikely trio, but between Manara's crime solving instincts, Lara's technical prowess and Aunt Catarina's common sense and intuition, they get pretty good at cracking the cases. 2009-2011. In Italian with English subtitles.


7/1

207 – High Society

Manara investigates the death of a wealthy oil magnate. To discover the killer, he must infiltrate the society of the wealthy and make his way through a web of secrets and hypocrisies. Directed by Luca Ribuoli, 2011.


7/1

208 – Off Duty

While Manara is suspended, a prominent townsman is found murdered in the cellar of a local winery. Refusing to let politics stifle duty, Manara enlists the help of some trusted colleagues to get to the bottom of this murder. Directed by Luca Ribuoli, 2011.


7/8

209 – Old Friends

Theresa Manara arrives for a visit with her brother, but her excitement is cut short when the body of a murdered woman is found on the bus on which she arrived. The subsequent investigation uncovers evidence… all pointing to Theresa. Manara must discover the truth if he’s going to exonerate his beloved sister. Directed by Luca Ribuoli, 2011.


7/8

210 – The Hidden Truth

A famous local artist is found dead in his studio. Manara and friends must infiltrate the art world, navigating frescoes, critics, and art connoisseurs to discover the truth. Meanwhile, Manara receives startling news from an old colleague. Directed by Luca Ribuoli, 2011.


7/15

211 – A Strange Hunting Accident

Manara and friends investigate the death of a man felled in a hunting accident and discover a strange series of events. Marta is called to testify in an important trial, bringing back a familiar face. Directed by Luca Ribuoli, 2011.


7/15

Episode 212 – The Faceless Woman

Manara and friends investigate the curious case of a woman found without a face, while Lara seeks a best man for her wedding. Directed by Luca Ribuoli, 2011.



NICOLAS LE FLOCH

9 PM


Paris, 1761. Brilliant young Parisian police commissioner Nicolas Le Floch works under Monsieur de Sartine, the Royal Lieutenant General of Police. Louis XV's kingdom is plagued by conspiracies and murders. With the help of his faithful subordinate Bourdeau, Nicolas solves mysterious disappearances and sorts out awkward scandals. From seedy taverns to the muffled hallways of Versailles, from brothels to the Châtelet prisons, he tracks and stakes out suspects, questions witnesses, gathers evidence, foils traps, and unveils plotters.


Nicolas le Floch plunges viewers into the mysteries of 18th century Paris, a world teeming with crime, debauchery and theft. The series is a successful blend of police intrigue and melodrama, as well as a portrayal of the period’s social customs and humor. All of this is presented in great style. The characters are sensitive, original and deep. They show the eternal nature of man’s passions, feelings.... and crimes. In the end, no one could be more contemporary than Nicolas Le Floch, Police Commissioner at the Châtelet. In French with English subtitles.


Series Rating: TV14


7/22

Episode 101 - The Man with the Lead Stomach

Nicolas investigates the mysterious death of Viscount Lionel de Ruissec. Was it suicide or murder? Nicolas discovers that the murder is linked to a plot against King Louis XV and reigning favorite Madame de Pompadour. Directed by Edwin Bailey, 2008.


7/29

Episode 103 – The Phantom of the Rue Royale

Beautiful Elodie Galaine is discovered strangled to death at a party thrown in Paris by Louis XV. Nicolas le Floch leads the investigation into the strange doings of the Galaine family. Directed by Nicolas Picard-Dreyfuss, 2009.



Wednesdays


GIOVANNI FALCONE

9 PM and 12 Midnight ET


6/11

Part 1 (TVPG)

This two-part miniseries tells the true story of famed Italian anti-Mafia judge Giovanni Falcone, from his initial investigations into the gangs of New York to his assassination in May, 1992. Directed by Andrea Frazzi and Antonio Frazzi, 2006. In Italian with English subtitles.


6/18

Part 2 (TVPG)

Conclusion of the two-part miniseries telling the true story of famed Italian anti-Mafia judge Giovanni Falcone, from his initial investigations into the gangs of New York to his assassination in May, 1992. Directed by Andrea Frazzi and Antonio Frazzi, 2006. In Italian with English subtitles.





BORSELLINO: THE 57 DAYS (TVPG)

9 PM and 12 Midnight ET


The story of famed anti-Mafia judge Paolo Borsellino, focusing on the 57 days between the assassination of his friend and fellow judge Giovanni Falcone, to his own murder at the hands of the Mafia in July, 1992. Starring Luca Zingaretti. Directed by Alberto Negrin, 2012. In Italian with English subtitles.


NICOLAS LE FLOCH

9 PM


Paris, 1761. Brilliant young Parisian police commissioner Nicolas Le Floch works under Monsieur de Sartine, the Royal Lieutenant General of Police. Louis XV's kingdom is plagued by conspiracies and murders. With the help of his faithful subordinate Bourdeau, Nicolas solves mysterious disappearances and sorts out awkward scandals. From seedy taverns to the muffled hallways of Versailles, from brothels to the Châtelet prisons, he tracks and stakes out suspects, questions witnesses, gathers evidence, foils traps, and unveils plotters.


Nicolas le Floch plunges viewers into the mysteries of 18th century Paris, a world teeming with crime, debauchery and theft. The series is a successful blend of police intrigue and melodrama, as well as a portrayal of the period’s social customs and humor. All of this is presented in great style. The characters are sensitive, original and deep. They show the eternal nature of man’s passions, feelings.... and crimes. In the end, no one could be more contemporary than Nicolas Le Floch, Police Commissioner at the Châtelet. In French with English subtitles.


Series Rating: TV14


7/23

Episode 102 – The Blancs-Manteaux Enigma

Commissioner Lardin has apparently been murdered, and letters comprising the King have also been stolen. Who could have wanted him out of the way? Will Dr. Scemacgus, Nicolas' good friend, have to be brought in for questioning? Directed by Edwin Bailey, 2008.


7/30

Episode 104 – The Nicolas Le Floch Affair

Nicolas Le Floch is suspected of having poisoned his mistress. To keep him from being unjustly implicated in the death, Louis XV sends Nicolas to London on a secret mission, where he discovers new leads into her death. Directed by Nicolas Picard-Dreyfuss, 2009.



Thursdays


UNIT ONE NETWORK PREMIERE!

9 PM & 10 PM


Thriller about an elite mobile police task force that travels around Denmark helping local law enforcement solve crimes. Ingrid Dahl is an ambitious detective who has been promoted to command Unit One. She quickly gains the respect of her team, including the impulsive and emotional detective Allan Fischer, and the cerebral and intuitive Thomas La Cour. The drama is balanced between the forensic process and an unfolding backstory that includes the sometime ambivalent relationships existing between unit members, their families and those outside the squad. Winner of the 2002 International Emmy Award for Best Drama Series. Starring Charlotte Fich, Mads Mikkelsen and Lars Brygmann. In Danish with English subtitles.


7/3

Episode 25 - An entire family is brutally murdered and the case leads Unit One into a tragic story of incest and violence. Directed by Ole Christian Madsen, 2002.


7/3

Episode 26 - A woman is found murdered in a fish boutique, and her husband is taken into custody soon after. The husband's questioning is unproductive so the team proceeds to put him under surveillance. Directed by Ole Christian Madsen, 2002.


7/10

Episode 27 - A young girl is found murdered and Unit One is quickly involved as it looks like the work of one of Denmark's infamous serial killers, known as The Indian. Unfortunately, the story spins into a personal tragedy for Ingrid. Directed by Jannik Johansen, 2002.


7/10

Episode 28 - When Johnny finds a couple of Polish girls in the back of a truck the team gets involved in a case of human trafficking tied to the Polish mafia. Directed by Jannik Johansen, 2002.


7/17

Episode 29 - La Cour gets one of his visions and finds a murdered student at one of the most prestigious boarding schools in Denmark. The case finally yields clues in finding the serial killer known as The Indian. Directed by Charlotte Sieling, 2002.


7/17

Episode 30 - The Indian has kidnapped Gaby, and La Cour and Fisher are on their tail. IP is trying to protect The Indian's ex-girlfriend, who is also the murdered student's sister. Directed by Charlotte Sieling, 2002.


7/24

Episode 31 - The unit is once again called together after a prostitute is found murdered. The case seems to involve the Danish minister of justice, as well as the biker scene. Directed by Ole Christian Madsen, 2003.


7/24

Episode 32 - Things take a turn for the worse when both Johnny and Fischer find themselves in grave danger. Their cover has been blown and the bikers want them dead. Directed by Ole Christian Madsen, 2004.


FRANK RIVA

9 PM


He has lost his past, he has lost his roots - but not his enemies...


25 years after dismantling the Loggia gang’s infamous organized crime ring, ex-undercover cop Frank Riva (Alain Delon) is called in from retirement to investigate the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Crime Squad superintendent Marc-Antoine Rezzoni. He soon finds himself once more on the track of the Loggias, forced to confront his memories of a past he thought he had put behind him once and for all...

Frank Riva is a police officer who follows his instinct and refuses to be deflected from his mission, a man who ignores social convention and flouts rules and regulations, and who lives according to his own deep conviction of right and wrong.


7/31

#101 - The Man From Nowhere

25 years after dismantling the Loggia gang’s infamous organized crime ring, ex-undercover cop Frank Riva is called in from retirement to investigate the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Crime Squad superintendent Marc-Antoine Rezzoni. He soon finds himself once more on the track of the Loggias, forced to confront his memories of a past he thought he had put behind him once and for all... Directed by Patrick Jamain, 2003. In French with English subtitles.




Fridays


The Eagle NETWORK PREMIERE!

9PM ET & 12 Midnight ET


Thriller about a special law enforcement unit set up to fight cross-border crime and terrorism across Europe and Scandinavia. Charismatic detective Hallgrim Hallgrimsson (Jens Albinus) assembles a team of investigators equipped with the most advanced technology and high-tech weapons. Nicknamed "The Eagle" for his unerring intuition, Hallgrim exudes competence and self-assurance; but behind the dynamic facade is a tormented personality. In Danish with English subtitles.


7/4

121 - Codename: Minos, Part 1

A meeting in Germany between a former Serbian police chief and the only surviving witness to his part in a massacre goes wrong for one member Hallgrim's team. Directed by Soren Kragh-Jacobsen, 2006.


7/4

122 - Codename: Minos, Part 2

German Intelligence finds out that the former Serbian police chief Bosco is involved in international black market trade with advanced electronics equipment. Despite death threats against her, Thea does not cancel the Serbian minister's visit. Directed by Soren Kragh-Jacobsen, 2006.


7/11

123 - Codename: Ithica, Part 1

Thea's team is organizing a surprise party for Hallgrim to celebrate his 40th. But he goes missing when he finds out that he has fathered a little girl. In Iceland he meets up with a journalist, Linda, who is writing a story about the company Gentech. She's also interested in the jamming device that the former Serbian police commissioner Bosco allegedly has. Directed by Niels Arden Oplev, 2006.


7/11

124 - Codename: Ithica, Part 2

Will Hallgrim make it home? Directed by Niels Arden Oplev, 2006.


CESARE MORI

9 PM


101 - Part 1

Two-part miniseries about the real-life “Iron Governer” who battled the Sicilian Mafia during the early decades of the 20th Century. Directed by Gianni Lepre, 2012. In Italian with English subtitles.


102 - Part 2

Conclusion of the two-part miniseries about the real-life “Iron Governer” who battled the Sicilian Mafia during the early decades of the 20th Century. Directed by Gianni Lepre, 2012. In Italian with English subtitles









Saturdays


Maria Wern

9PM ET & 12 Midnight ET


After the death of her husband, Police inspector Maria Wern moves to the picturesque Swedish island Gotland with her two children to start over.  While struggling with raising two children as a single mother and still mourning her husband's death, Maria manages to sustain her female perspective and approach to life in a harsh and male dominated environment . She constantly encounters rage, death and evil but she stays determined to endure what sometimes feels like an unwinnable battle.  The Maria Wern series consists of 7 feature-length episodes based on the novels by best-selling author Anna Jansson and starring acclaimed Swedish actress Eva Röse. In Swedish with English subtitles.


7/5

101 - The Speechless God

The usually joyous Midsummer celebrations on the island of Gotland are shattered by two gruesome murders. The killings imitate crimes committed decades ago by a long-deceased killer. As Maria Wern and her colleagues race to solve the copycat murders, they find themselves drawn into a maze of ancient Norse beliefs. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2010, color.


7/5

102 - All the Tranquil Dead

A lawyer driving through the Gotland countryside disappears without a trace. A mink farmer receives a death threat and a sadistic trap is set up on his premises. Maria becomes personally involved in the investigation and finds herself in more danger than she thought possible. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2010, color.


7/12

103 - Dreams from Snow

It's Christmastime when Gotland is struck by unspeakable tragedy - a high-school girl is found dead in the middle of a country road wearing a white Lucia gown. What appears to be suicide becomes more sinister when Maria and her colleagues find e-mails indicating that the high school is a hotbed of conflict, rivalry and extortion.Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2011, color.


7/12

104 - Maria Wern: May Death Sleep

Two women, seemingly unconnected, die in apparent suicides. With no evidence for murder, Maria Wern and her colleagues at the Gotland police department find themselves looking for a stalker or considering psychosis in the victims. When more dead bodies show up, Maria's colleagues Ek and Erika are forced further into the center of events than they ever thought they would be. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2011, color.


7/19

105 - Black Butterfly

The charred body of a suffocated medium lies in the gutted remains of her office after a fire. When two other murders take place in the same manner, Maria Wern is forced to lead an investigation in which the motive and the connection between victims remains unclear. At the same time, her colleague Arvidsson's loyalty is forcibly put to the test. Directed by Charlotte Berlin and Leif Lindblom, 2011, color.


7/19

106 - Boy Missing

A ten-year-old boy disappears from a dinner, while another vanishes from a refugee camp. What starts as the search for a missing child ends up being an investigation of hidden agendas, personal betrayals and links to international crime. Maria and her colleagues discover that beneath the island paradise of Gotland lie secrets more dangerous than they ever imagined. Directed by Charlotte Berlin and Leif Lindblom, 2011, color.


7/26

107 - Maria Wern: Not Even the Past

When Maria receives anonymous death threats, she's ordered off the island for her own protection. While her colleagues on Gotland scramble to find the culprit, it becomes increasingly clear that the murderer may have followed Maria to Stora Karlsö Island, where she joined a group of high school friends. Instead of being safely hidden away, the seven women are hovering in mortal danger. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2011, color.


Sundays


JOHAN FALK NETWORK PREMIERE!

9 PM ET & 12 Midnight ET


Jakob Eklund stars as Johan Falk, a young, ambitious detective in the Metropolitan homicide division of the Gothenburg police department. Stumbling across a Christmas Eve jewel heist, Falk thwarts the robbery but in the process finds himself in a series of ever-escalating adventures; fighting false accusations of vigilantism, battling organized crime in the Baltics and defending the EU from terrorist threats. John Falk is the ultimate modern crime thriller complete with kidnappings, bombings, backroom deals, secret identities and global conspiracies. Directed by Anders Nilsson, 1999, 2001, 2003. In Swedish with English subtitles.


7/6

104 – Leo Gaut

A violent war in the restaurant business has flared up, and Johan Falk learns that one of the restaurants is run by Leo Gaut – a gangster he put behind bars years ago. Forced to seek his old enemy’s help with the case, Falk unwittingly triggers a series of cold-blooded acts of vengeance. Directed by Richard Holm, 2009.


7/13

105 – Operation Nightingale

Johan Falk and the GSI team go after sex traffickers importing young women from the East and forcing them into prostitution. Directed by Daniel Lind Lagerlöf, 2009.


7/20

106 – The Outlawed

When a prosecutor pursuing the most dangerous motorcycle gang in the country is killed in a bombing, the police high command orders GSI to use every means to combat them. But Johan Falk discovers the police themselves may be implicated. Directed by Daniel Lind Lagerlöf, 2009.



SEBASTIAN BERGMAN

9PM


Rolf Lassgard, one of Scandinavia's most popular actors, stars as police profiler Sebastian Bergman. Bergman is strong-headed, politically incorrect, abrasive – and grief-stricken, since he has yet to come to terms with the loss of both his wife and daughter in the 2004 Thailand tsunami. Effectively retired, he begins the slow process of putting his life back together when he gets called in to consult on a new case... Directed by Daniel Espinosa, Michael Hjorth, 2010. In Swedish with English subtitles.


7/27

Episode 101 - The Cursed One, Part 1

Brilliant, difficult and politically incorrect, Sebastian Bergman is one of Sweden's leading police profilers. His life and and career are on the skids when he returns to his home town, two weeks late for his mother's funeral but just in time to help the local police solve the brutal murder of a 15-year-old boy. Directed by Daniel Espinosa, 2010.






DAYTIME PROGRAMMING


News

Morning News Block- 3:00 AM-Noon ET Weekdays

Afternoon News Block- Noon-3 PM ET Weekdays

Evening News Block- 5-9 PM ET Weekdays


SPECIALS


Making Montalbano (TVPG)

7/21 11:30PM & 7/22 2AM


Behind the scenes in Sicily and Rome with the cast and crew of the "Detective Montalbano" TV series. An MHz Networks Original Production,2013. In Italian with English subtitles.


Wallander’s World (TVPG)

7/26 10:30PM & 7/27 1:30AM


Detective Kurt Wallander is one of the most popular figures in modern Scandinavian crime fiction. This program traces the character's development and appeal, through interviews with author Henning Mankell and actor Krister Henriksson, plus the producers who brought his adventures to TV audiences around the world. An MHz Networks original production.



TODAY’S IRELAND SPECIALS


Gabhla -  Scoil Samhraidh (TVPG)

Summer Building School on Gola Island in Ireland (run by The Ulster Architectural and Heritage Society) teaches people traditional building skills and to how renovate the Charlie Ned House in a traditional way. Produced by Northern Visions/NvTv.


Breaking the Barriers (TVPG)

Put primarily in place in the 1960’s, the peace walls in Belfast, Northern Ireland were seen by many as a temporary measure to minimize the violence between unionist and nationalist communities. Four decades later, they are still standing.

Listen as eight individuals tell their personal stories about life in the shadows of the peace walls. Produced by Northern Visions (NvTv), broadcast in English.


Robert Ballagh: Talent in Solidarity (TVPG) 

Robert Ballagh gives an extensive interview about his life growing up in Ballsbridge, his showband years with the Chessmen and how he first began as an artist.


As well as his paintings, Ballagh has produced many posters, book covers, limited edition prints, the backdrop for the original Riverdance and the last Irish banknotes issued before Ireland’s transition to the euro. He talks about his connections to Belfast, his contribution to the first Féile an Phobail in Belfast and his involvement in the 75th Anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising commemoration and the 1989 Parade of Innocence. Produced by Northern Visions/NvTv, broadcast in English.


Remembering the Innocent - The Shankill Bomb (TVPG)

The Shankill Road bombing was carried out by the IRA on October 23, 1993. Those affected speak of their experiences on the 20th anniversary of one of the most notorious incidents of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Produced by Northern Visions (NvTv), broadcast in English.


Becoming Irish: Stories of an Indian Community (TVPG)

Connections between India and Ireland have been evolving since at least the 18th century, but it wasn’t until after World War Two that people from India came to Northern Ireland in significant numbers, many of them after the partition of India and Pakistan. A generation of Indian families arrived at a time when Northern Ireland was relatively peaceful, but this was soon to change.


The Troubles affected many properties and businesses. Stores, warehouses and shops were destroyed on a daily basis, but towards the end of the 1970’s, a desire to provide for future generations found expression. The older generation feared that their young people would lose touch with their Indian heritage because they knew more about the Irish culture than their own. Thus, The Indian Community Centre was established in the former Carlisle Methodist Church Hall in 1981, when the Troubles and the Hunger Strikes were at their height. The Centre offers numerous activities such as dance, arts, festivals, cookery and language classes and is frequented by the entire community. Produced by Northern Visions/NvTv, broadcast in English.


Ballymurphy – The Peoples’ Co-Ops (TVPG)

Like many cities in Britain, Belfast suffered industrial decline in the 1960’s, where high unemployment rates were the norm for many of the housing estates in the area. In August 1969, when families from the Lower Falls were burnt out of their homes, they found refuge in temporary wooden huts built for them in Ballymurphy. Realizing changes had to be made if their community was going to survive and grow, residents, led by Frank Cahill, pursued ways of empowering the community through economic development. One of the earliest examples of this was the fundraising to support the building of the Ballymurphy Community Centre, created by the central belief that people had to create their own employment.


Ballymurphy Enterprises was an attempt to build a firm economic base, owned and controlled by the people of the area. The original site was a house, where people from the area were trained in sewing and knitting to make clothes. Eventually, a new building was acquired and residents decided to build a factory. Over time the co-operative movement grew, a building company was set up, and a petroleum station was built. Hear the story of Ballymurphy through this compelling documentary. Produced by Northern Visions/NvTv, broadcast in English.


NETWORK PREMIERE!

Creating a New Economy - Women in Business (TVPG)

This hour-long program provides highlights of the International Business Women’s Conference held in Belfast, Northern Ireland in May 2014. Hosted by Women in Business NI, the prestigious three day event, featured keynote speeches from high-powered and inspirational business women and role models from around the world. Delegates descended on the Capital from other European cities and Countries including the United States, United Arab Emirates, and the Middle East, to network and debate diverse issues such as gender diversity and global challenges. Produced by Morrow Communications, broadcast in English.


NETWORK PREMIERE!

Strangford Lough; Sights, Sounds and Senses (TVG)

Strangford Lough, set on Northern Ireland’s east coast, is Ireland’s largest inland sea and designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. A unique place with abundant wildlife, picturesque villages and unspoilt scenery, this place has drawn visitors for over 9000 years. St Patrick is said to have come here on his return from France. This Programme tells the story of Strangford Lough’s rich heritage and explores why people find it such an inspirational place. Produced by Morrow Communicatio