9.8 C
Galway
Home ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Ros na Rún: Caitríona crosses the law in her money woes

Ros na Rún: Caitríona crosses the law in her money woes

Love’s labours lost, Nathan reconnect with family, and Caitríona crosses the line to solve her money problems on Ros na Rún.

Caitríona has kep her ongoing financial difficulties close to the chest on Ros na Rún, and she sinks even lower today. 

Under pressure to purchase a microscope for her daughter Maeve, she resorts to desperate measures and engages in an illegal activity. 

Will crossing the law like this mean the beginning of the end for Caitríona?

Spring is in the air, but unfortunately love isn’t for poor Réailtín. 

On finding out that her interest in Nathan is not reciprocated, she soon scurries home upset. 

Laoise comes to the rescue, and after a heart to heart chat with her, and an explanation about The Slow Set of the Eighties, Réaltín is appeased for now.

But a happy Laoise is soon taken aback when she sees a face from the past, leaving her worried for the future.

Nathan is delighted to spend time with his grandmother Jude as they sit, chat, and eat chocolates together.

Nathan is finally relieved to be a part of a family,.and when Jude forgets who he is, this leaves him crestfallen.

Catch all of this on Ros na Rún on TG4 this Tuesday at 8:30pm.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Coronavirus: 1,025 COVID-19 cases today but no deaths

There have been no additional deaths related to COVID-19 reported today, but the Department of Health has confirmed 1,025 new cases.Of the cases notified...

NUIG seeks retention permission for solar panels on two buildings

NUI Galway is seeking planning approval from the city council for the retention of solar panels erected on two campus buildings.Two separate retention applications...

Leo Varadkar “increasingly optimistic” about vaccine in early 2021

An Tanaiste Leo Varadkar has said that he is becoming 'increasingly optimistic' that a vaccine will be available in the first half of next...