One of Ireland's Top Regional Production Companies

GMarsh TV has been creating engaging content for both national and international broadcasters for over 20 years. We’ve built a reputation for telling unique and gripping stories, often with rural or cultural roots. We love telling real people’s stories and we work closely with Ireland’s top network television companies to share local stories with large audiences

Meet Gillian



After an eventful time in school working as a cleaner most of the time as punishment for talking in class, Gillian finally convinced Rathmines College that she should get a place in communications. Through this course she found her haven for spinning a yarn, working her way to the corporate world of America to Australia and back to London . Gillian finally made it home to work in Ireland with Emdee Productions producing series From The Horses Mouth, Myths and Legends, and A profile on John Hume with Olivia O Leary.

Love brought her to North Mayo and here she set up probably the most rural production company in Ireland. At home at last with the wellies and surrounded by people with real stories and real experiences Gillian convinced her veterinarian husband to allow her to film his daily life and so archiving a way of life that is disappearing with many series of Vets on Call. Gillian continues following people’s lives from hotels to undertakers from wild life to children’s fairy tales.

Gillian is happiest when listening to stories, meeting new people and getting the right team together, she is a people person, she is always ready for a chat and makes a mean cup of tea and cake so drop in anytime. 

Meet Charlie



Having spent time working in both the UK and Ireland, Charlie has worked on a range of productions with various companies as a Production Manager and Producer primarily within factual broadcasting.

Since moving back to his homeland of Mayo in 2021, he has been with GMarshTV ever since and has produced a variety of television, corporate and online content within the company. 


When not planning shoots or working through an edit, he loves hiking through the stunning mountains spread across Mayo and Galway, or paddling his kayak down the many lakes that cover both counties.


Meet Eimear



Since 2005, Eimear has worked on a diverse range of films, documentaries and television series across the island of Ireland. In 2013, she heard rumours of a Mayo production company that held meetings on horseback. Intrigued, she drove from Sligo to Crossmolina, banged on the door of Bohan’s Barn and managed to convince Gillian that they should work together. Happily, Gillian gave in and ten years later, Eimear has worked across all GMarsh TV output including children’s content, wildlife, observational and historical documentaries – which she loves because she is a nerd.  


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If my programme is not being talked about then i haven't done the job I planned to do.

The great joy about working in TV is that no two days are ever the same, and there is nothing better then working with people with so many different creative skills.

Since working with GMarsh TV, I’ve been hung upside down out of a plane in Oklahoma, learned all about horseshoe bats (they eat up to 3,000 midges a night) and met a very special fairy in a cottage in Mayo.



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Tomorrow Is Saturday
Trapped in a house, full to the brim with junk, unfinished art and boxes of memories, Artist Sean Hillen embarks on a journey to declutter and make sense of his life.
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The Pet Surgeons
Going behind the scenes at one of Ireland's leading veterinary practices I RTÉ One
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Living With A Fairy
Meet storyteller Jay whose life gets turned upside down when a mysterious fairy comes to live with him I RTÉjr
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The Funeral Director
An unprecedented glimpse into a world most of us never consider until it’s thrust upon us.
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Wild Kids
Join the Wildlife Warriors as they explore different habitats up and down the country I RTÉjr
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