Cathal Brennan and John Dorney are joined by Fearghal McGarry, from Queen’s University Belfast, and Róisín Higgins, from Boston College – Ireland, to discuss the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin.
Monthly Archives: March 2015
4 Infectious diseases in Ireland & How Aungier Street became known as the Dardenelles
In this episode, Dr. Aoife MacCormac of the Biomedical Diagnostics Institute talks about the Spanish Flu and the Bubonic Plague and their effect on Ireland. Dr. MacCormac is working on a research project about the history of infectious diseases in Ireland. Kildare historian James Durney talks about how Aungier Street became known as the Dardenelles …
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3 The Dead of the Irish Revolution & The Bureau of Military History
John Dorney talks to Professor Eunan Ó Halpin about the project, ‘The Dead of the Irish Revolution’ – which seeks to determine, for the first time, how many people were killed in the Irish revolution of 1916-1923. The Dead of the Irish Revolution by Eunan Ó Halpin and Daithí Ó Corráin will be published in …
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2 History of local government in Dublin
On the Second episode of the Irish History Show, Cathal Brennan is joined in studio by John Dorney of the Irish Story website, Ciarán Wallace of Trinity College and Rhona McCord of Trinity College to discuss the history of Dublin Corporation and the history of local government in Dublin.
1 The Civil War in Dublin and Cork
First episode of the Irish History Show on Near FM. In the first part of the show, Cathal Brennan and John Dorney discuss the Civil War in Dublin while in the second part of the show, John Dorney and John Borgonovo discuss the Civil War in Cork.
New Blog for the Irish History Show
Finally, after three years of broadcasting, the Irish History Show has it’s own website! The speed may be glacial but we’ve got there in the end. This is first of hopefully many posts letting you know when new episodes are available, links to interesting articles, videos and lectures on Irish history, and feedback from you …