15 Million ITV Viewers To See Wild Atlantic Way TV Show

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Wild Atlantic Way

A new six-part series on the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ will be shown on television soon.

IT’S hoped the beauty of our fair county is set to be seen by up to 15 million people on a new television show.

‘Wild Ireland’ is a six-part television series about the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ that will be broadcast on ITV starting with the first of six 30-minute episode on Monday, April 13th at 8pm.

While details of the content of the show have not been released, it is widely expected to show Kerry’s beautiful landmarks on the show to a potential audience of  15 million British viewers.

Viewers in Ireland can tune in on UTV Ireland weekly from Wednesday, April 15th at 9pm.

The show will be fronted by TV personality Christine Bleakley who will explore the highlights of the world’s longest continuous coastal route by driving, cycling, hiking, swimming and kayaking her way from Malin Head in Donegal to Mizen Head in Cork.

The show was backed by ‘Big Mountain Productions’ which is an Irish production company based in Louth, that is responsible for creating content for markets in Ireland, UK and America.

“The Wild Atlantic Way is 2,500 kilometers of the most captivating coastal scenery you will ever lay eyes on, which is why it is attracting visitors from far and wide.  The potential tourism benefit for the rural communities living along our rugged western seaboard is endless and I hope those who tune in to Wild Ireland will be inspired to come and explore the area for themselves, ” An Taoiseach Enda Kenny said when celebrating the launch of Wild Ireland.

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  1. Sarah Rooney says:

    When will this programme be shown in Scotland.