Building Ireland has once again returned to our screens for season three, where a number of experts explain aspects of built heritage and local landscape in Ireland. The geographical, engineering and architectural show has previously won the Industrial Heritage Association of Ireland’s (IHAI) Mary Mulvihill Media Award and this season is proving as entertaining as it is informative.

This season, there are just five episodes as filming was interrupted due to coronavirus. However, the team expertly walk us through the inspiration behind Dublin Airport’s architectural modernism in the 1930s and other projects that took Ireland into a modern era with ventures such as Turlough Hill and the Shannon Free Zone.