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The station's anchor shows are the long-running soap Ros na Rún(160,000 weekly viewership), fast-paced drama Rásaí na Gaillimhe (viewership 92,000), trad music programme Glór Tíre (viewership 96,000), popular teen drama Aifric, dating show Eochair an ghrá, documentary about the Irish language abroad Thar Sáile, reportage Fíorscéal (viewership 35,000-65,000), crazy travel show Amú Amigos(viewership 50,000-65,000), Seacht / Seven - university drama set in Belfast (viewership 40,000) the dating game Paisean Faisean (viewership 45,000), South Park in Irish, chat show Ardán, music programmes Pop 4, talent show Glas Vegas, and children's shows Cúla 4, Síle and the news programmes Nuacht TG4 (viewership 35,000) to mention but a few.

The station has a 3% share of the national audience which is similar to that of S4C.

The digital switchover will bring an end to S4C, with S4C Digidol taking over, bringing 18 hours a day of Welsh programming to all of Wales' viewers.

Popular internet sites such as Google, Facebook and Wikipedia (known as Wicipedia in Welsh) are also available in Welsh.

It broadcasts the following programmes: Cinnlínte Nuachta, Nuacht RTÉ, Nuacht an Lae, Cinnlínte Nuachta, Nuacht TG4, Pobal, Timpeall na Tíre and 7 Lá.As of 1 September 2009, a children's channel available on Chorus NTL digital (Channel 602) television with the majority of programmes in Irish, with a range of home-produced and foreign dubbed programmes.Programmes are broadcast Mondays-Sundays from 7am - 10am, then from 2.30pm-7pm.Sky Sports has also offered a similar service for Wales international football matches.ITV Local offered Welsh-medium programmes produced by the now defunct HTV Wales and ITV Wales including 'Y Ddau Ffranc' featuring Rhys Ifans and current affairs programme 'Y Byd ar Bedwar'.

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DCTV broadcasts to over 200,000 households in all major Irish cities, Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Waterford.