RTE exclusive – Nut goddess

RTE Exclusive – Nut Goddess – The Nut Goddess is the new TV series to launch on RTE on Sunday.RTE’s RTE Today has learnt that the new series will be called Nut Goddess, and will be based on the classic children’s book by John Bunyan, published in 1916.

The series will air on Sunday nights between 9:00pm and 10:00 pm on RTF, with an introduction by the RTE host, Dave King.

Nut Goddess will follow a young girl, Lily, as she learns to use her imagination to make a magical toy.

She is aided by her sister, Rose, who is also an illustrator.

The series will follow the adventures of the Nut Goddess as she works to create the perfect toy.

The Nut Goddess will be a special series, said a spokesperson for RTE today.

The original book, published by Bunyan in 1916, was about a family in the South African bush who made a fortune by trading for nut skins.

The book also features the first known image of a Nut Goddess.

The first appearance of the new Nut Goddess has been teased by RTE, saying the new show will take place “in the wild” and “in her own world”.

The show will air in the RTA, which airs the RTP.

The new series has been announced as part of a programme that has been designed by RTA president, James Wootton.

Wootton said the new episodes will be more focused on the Nut-related issues that have been raised in recent weeks.

He said: “I think people will be surprised by what’s going on in the world in the past week or so.”

What’s really important is that there’s a focus on the issues that are important to the people that live in the bush.

“And we’ve chosen the nut goddess in particular, because she’s a very iconic symbol in the history of the country.”

So people are really going to get a sense of what’s happening in the country.

“He said the show would have an important role in the show’s theme, and would be a “special opportunity for the RTS and RTE to do something different”.”

The Nut goddess is a very important symbol for us and we want to do that show that’s really focused on her, and really take that to the next level,” Wootson said.