Ros na Rún is renowned for the high quality of its dramatic scripts and has the unique ability to portray the realities of contemporary Gaeltacht and rural living with humour and intelligence. Its realistic storylines are not afraid to tackle the challenging social issues of our times, dealing with themes of family, love, society, secrets, and deceit. The soap has screened numerous ground-breaking moments on Irish TV over the last 20 years, including the first ever gay kiss shown on screen in Ireland back in 1996. Ros na Rún is a typical West of Ireland village. The village's name has more than one meaning, it can be translated into English as 'Headland of the Secrets', and as 'Headland of the Sweethearts' so it is aptly named. It broadcasts for 35 weeks of the year and total weekly viewership figure currently stands at 150,000. Filmed in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht in an Spidéal, Co na Gaillimhe, it broadcasts twice weekly on TG4, Tuesday's and Thursday's at 8.30pm with an ...
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Name can be translated into English as both "Headland of the Secrets" and "Headland of the Sweethearts". See more