The Irish revolution produced three memoirs that tower above all others, and each one lends its title to an episode of this useful and engaging series. Tom Barry was the […]

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It is strange that a life like James Connolly’s has not inspired more documentaries, but the fact remains that this new DVD stands almost alone in its field. One of […]

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Down may have lost the All-Ireland final last September but they remain the GAA’s champions of fashion. In 1960 they were the first team whose substitutes wore tracksuits in an […]

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Farmleigh, the official Irish State Guest House, located in Phoenix Park, has several times been the subject of popular media articles and reports looking for a story of government waste. […]

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A tent in Laois is about as far removed as one can get from a traditional history conference venue, but it was at this year’s Electric Picnic in Stradbally that […]

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