What does Ros na Run mean in English? The title plays on the double meaning of the Irish word rún, which has a basic meaning of ‘secret‘ but also has a long history as a term of endearment, similar to “honey”, “sweetheart”, or “darling”.
How do I watch Ros na Run? The show is currently in its 26th season of broadcast on TG4. Ros na Rún boasts a dedicated audience around the country and internationally with weekly viewership in excess of 150,000. Since earlier this year, you can also watch Ros na Rún on RTÉ, Saturday mornings at 8am.
Where is Ros na Run filmed? This achievement is also a testament to the commitment and professionalism of the cast, crew, and production team of 160 people at the purpose-built TV set in the Connemara Gaeltacht village of An Spidéal on the Wild Atlantic Way.
What was the first Irish soap opera? ‘The Riordans‘, Ireland’s first rural soap opera, was first broadcast in January 1965. Writer James Douglas set the drama on a midlands farm and centred it around the owner Tom Riordan, his family, friends and neighbours.