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Gavin from Board Games Ireland talks about their upcoming convention

GAVIN BYRNE, founder of the Board Games Ireland meet up group talks with John Healy about the meet up group and their upcoming tabletop board gaming convention, BGIcon, which takes place in the Teachers’ Club on the 5th of August. More infomation ...

Shopping For Beginners – Episode 2

Shopping for Beginners by Maurice Newman is a new 2 part audio drama that takes place in a shopping centre in north County Dublin as two older men from drastically different backgrounds strike up an unlikely friendship. It broadcasts at 6.30pm on February ...

Shopping for Beginners – Episode 1

Shopping for Beginners by Maurice Newman is a new 2 part audio drama that takes place in a shopping centre in north County Dublin as two older men from drastically different backgrounds strike up an unlikely friendship. It broadcasts at 6.30pm on February ...

Rivitin’ History Episode 6

Follow the continuing adventures of Marrion Monroe and Duck the Bullets as they are taken in by Professor Henri DuFornicate’s ability to travel back through time to ancient Ireland. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:50 — 79.7MB)Subscribe: ...

Rivitin History Episode 5

Follow the continuing adventures of Marrion Monroe and Duck the Bullets as they are taken in by Professor Henri DuFornicate’s ability to travel back through time to ancient Ireland.   Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:23 — ...

Lost Easter Voices Part 7 – James Connolly

At the time of the 1916 executions, social historian, Richard Maxwell, a nephew of General Sir John Maxwell, Commander in Chief of British Forces in Ireland, obtained permission to bring his early Edison recorder into Kilmainham jail to record interviews ...

Lost Easter Voices Part 6 – Sean McDermott

At the time of the 1916 executions, social historian, Richard Maxwell, a nephew of General Sir John Maxwell, Commander in Chief of British Forces in Ireland, obtained permission to bring his early Edison recorder into Kilmainham jail to record interviews ...

Lost Easter Voices Part 5 – Eamonn Ceannt

At the time of the 1916 executions, social historian, Richard Maxwell, a nephew of General Sir John Maxwell, Commander in Chief of British Forces in Ireland, obtained permission to bring his early Edison recorder into Kilmainham jail to record interviews ...

Lost Easter Voices Part 4 – Joseph Plunkett

At the time of the 1916 executions, social historian, Richard Maxwell, a nephew of General Sir John Maxwell, Commander in Chief of British Forces in Ireland, obtained permission to bring his early Edison recorder into Kilmainham jail to record interviews ...

Women In 1916 PART 3

Near FM, in partnership with the Coolock Library and in association with the Northside Community Law Centre, are delighted to present a three part series about women and social justice in 1916. The series will reflect on women in the era of the 1916 Rising, ...

Lost Easter Voices Part 3 – Tom Clarke

At the time of the 1916 executions, social historian, Richard Maxwell, a nephew of General Sir John Maxwell, Commander in Chief of British Forces in Ireland, obtained permission to bring his early Edison recorder into Kilmainham jail to record interviews ...

Lost Easter Voices Part 2 – Thomas McDonagh

At the time of the 1916 executions, social historian, Richard Maxwell, a nephew of General Sir John Maxwell, Commander in Chief of British Forces in Ireland, obtained permission to bring his early Edison recorder into Kilmainham jail to record interviews ...