RTE 2.0 is live in Dublin and we’re going to explore all of the answers.
The show has been filmed at Dublin’s Castlebar and we’ve been getting lots of feedback from our viewers.
As we get closer to its official launch, we’ll be sharing the best responses from Dubliners on social media and the show will also be getting some live feedback from fans on Twitter.
We’ve also been getting some fantastic feedback from Dublin City Council and they’ve been doing a fantastic job getting the show on the air.
This is the best we’ve got for tonight.
The Dublin City Corporation will be running the show from 7pm tonight.
What is it about the Dublin skyline that attracts people to live in it?
For the last three years, we’ve looked at what the people of Dublin want in a city centre.
And what they want in Dublin is a city that’s vibrant, where people are happy to have a good time, and where they’re able to be a part of it, said city councillor Mark McNamara.
“The City of Dublin has a unique combination of different kinds of attractions that we see here in the city, and we want to bring that to life,” he said.
“Our biggest challenge with the show is that it’s so far outside of our area, so the show has to be seen from a distance, so we’ve set up a big office outside the city where we can get a good range of different elements.
We’re going in the opposite direction from other programmes, which has helped us.
But we’ve also found that people want to see Dublin as it really is, and so we’re working to get that across to the public.
It’s very much like the reality that people see when they walk through their door.
It feels like they’re in the real world.
Do you think Dublin is the next big city to make the leap from film to television?
“I don’t know what the other programmes are going to do in the future, but the fact that it was filmed in the modern city that we are today, we’re very much at the beginning of something that will change the face of Dublin. “
We hope that it will be an experience that people will love and that we will be able to showcase to the world,” he added. “
I don’t know what the other programmes are going to do in the future, but the fact that it was filmed in the modern city that we are today, we’re very much at the beginning of something that will change the face of Dublin.
We hope that it will be an experience that people will love and that we will be able to showcase to the world,” he added.
The other things that are going on, he said, are going forward and there will be other projects that we’re planning to bring to the stage.
What other things do you want to explore?
He said that he wants to explore what happens in the capital during peak hour.
The City of Ireland has a fantastic workforce and we have lots of talent that are passionate about what they do, and it’s an exciting time for the city.
“It’s going to look different in the evening, it’s going a little bit different, and I’m hoping that people are going and getting to experience that in their own city,” he concluded.
We’ll have more on tonight’s episode on RTÉ One, with more coverage of the new season of The Great Escape.
The next episode of The Dubliners will be on Sunday night at 8pm.
See more RTÉ2.0 Live at Castlebar, Dublin tonight on RTTE2.