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It claimed that securing "video clearance" for each clip and song would make any release prohibitively expensive.RTÉ did consider releasing an altered version of the programme which would only contain the images and music that they owned the rights to, but that "the programme would only be half as good then, it wouldn't be anything like the shows that went out on air, and we'd end up disappointing people." is an altered version of the programme which contains only the images and music that the producers were able to secure rights to, and it runs to about 150 minutes (versus 240 minutes for the original series).

Big Tom, The Blades, The Boomtown Rats, Phil Collins, Joe Dolan, Electric Light Orchestra, Foster and Allen, The Fureys and Davey Arthur, New Order, OMD, The Police, Queen/David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Talking Heads, The Undertones The B-52's, The Charlatans, Jack Charlton/Ireland national football team, EMF, Enigma, The La's, Happy Mondays, Liam Harrison/Goal celebrities, Kylie Minogue, Luciano Pavarotti, The Sawdoctors, Sinéad O'Connor, Something Happens The fourth series focused on the 1960s (1962 to 1969 only) and first aired on Friday nights from 10 September to 29 October 2004.It currently is shown at on Sunday evenings and most Bank Holidays.The 1990's series of "Reeling in the Years" will be shown in this Christmas period (2017-2018).The Spanish version of Reeling in the Years (Los Años del No-Do) began airing in 2013 and is produced by the Spanish state-controlled television and radio broadcaster RTVE.The word "No-Do" is a shortened name for Noticiarios y Documentales (News and Documentaries).On TV3, Those Were The Days and TG4, called Siar Sna were Simliar to it.

In England BBC did a similar series called "I Love" series in or around the same times looking back at the hits.

This has led to some interesting parallels with real-life events.

When Cian O'Connor won his bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics, RTÉ showed the 2004 episode of Reeling in the Years, complete with Anne Doyle's announcement that O'Connor was to be stripped of his gold medal won at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

No advertisements are shown during the broadcast (apart from the occasional old advertisement dating from the relevant year). The theme tune for the series comes from Steely Dan's 1972 hit "Reelin' In the Years".

All five series are marked by a knowing attitude, where certain stories that seemed inconsequential at the time are remembered because they have taken on significance in the present day.

The next day RTÉ showed the 2005 episode of Reeling in the Years, complete with the announcement that London had secured the 2012 Summer Olympics with then-British Prime Minister Tony Blair reacting by saying what a momentous day it was for neighbouring Britain, followed by footage of the 7 July 2005 London bombings, which occurred the following day.