Anything Goes was a "youth oriented" television series of Ireland's public broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann. It first aired on 4 October 1980 and was on the RTÉ1 channel. It lasted for six seasons and finished in 1986.
|Presented by||Mary FitzGerald|
|Country of origin||Ireland|
|No. of seasons||6|
|Production company||Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ)|
|Original network||RTÉ One|
|Original release||4 October 1980 –|
|Related shows||2Phat, A Scare at Bedtime, Dustin's Daily News, Echo Island, Jo Maxi, The Den (Ireland), The Podge and Rodge Show|
Anything Goes's audience was aimed at children and teenagers. The content of the programme included music, visits from public figures, competitions, filmed items, and cartoons. There was also coverage of news and current issues relevant to children.
A popular aspect of the series was an arts and crafts "Make and Do" segment where presenter Mary FitzGerald demonstrated simple cooking and crafts.
The bands that appeared on "Anything Goes" included: In Tua Nua, The Atrix, The Babysnakes, The Crack, Cruella De Ville, The End, Soon, G Squad, Tokyo Olympics, Driveshaft, Porcelyn Tears, The Sussed, The Stars of Heaven, and Montage.
- RTE Archives: Anything Goes: Decorating Easter Eggs
- The Fanning Session Archives: Anything Goes
- YouTube: Anything Goes Clip