InQuest producers, reporters and researchers provide a unique service for television and radio producers, and for independent companies. For almost two decades, InQuest has delivered quality programming across news, current affairs and sport.
Amongst others, the InQuest team has worked extensively with RTÉ News & Current Affairs on behind the scenes research and production and their work has been used across all RTE platforms – television, radio and online. In addition, throughout the various election broadcasts, the InQuest team holds editorial responsibilities for the management of the RTE results service.
Furthermore InQuest have researched, written and illustrated newspaper supplements for broadsheet and tabloid newspapers, and scripted and produced short films for internet and television broadcast.InQuest have acted as editorial consultants on numerous TV documentaries and have produced (in tandem with Union Films) an acclaimed documentary on the Tailteann Games, which was commissioned by TG4 and funded by the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland.
Watch Full Coverage of the State-led Battle of the Somme Centenary Commemoration Ceremony at the Irish War Memorial Gardens, Islandbridge, Dublin. Broadcast on Saturday 9 July 2016. InQuest has been involved in the coverage of all major State events and Party Conferences for over a decade.
InQuest Directors Mark Duncan and Paul are regular contributors to radio and television programmes and contribute regularly to print media. Examples of their work include.
- Opinion piece by Mark Duncan and Paul Rouse for The Irish Times on why public policy needs to better informed by research evidence.
- Opinion piece by Mark Duncan and Paul Rouse on Seán Quinn’s prioritisation of his family’s interests over those of the State and the GAA
- Paul Rouse writes for The Irish Examiner on how Olympic titan Pat Hickey was undressed by farce
- The Irish Times reviews Paul Rouse’s book Sport and Ireland: A History
- Opinion piece by Mark Duncan for The Irish Times on the decision of London GAA to admit Irish Guards team
- Mark Duncan writes for The Irish Times on The GAA and the 1916 Rising: Separating fact from fiction
- Mark Duncan’s ‘Irishman’s Diary’ for The Irish Times on Lady Aberdeen and Ireland.
- Mark Duncan’s long read for ‘Century Ireland’: Between Armed Rebellion & Democratic Revolution: The Irish Question in 1917