Dublin City Council Historian in Residents Cormac Moore joins Joe Byrne to discuss the Anglo Irish treaty negotiations from 11th of October 1921 in London between Ireland and Great Britain.
Debbie McMahon chats to Gemma Sexton who is Head of Visitor Experience with Dublin City Council about the reopening of 14 Henrietta Street and about the guided tours taking place in Dublin.
Employability Radio – In this short series of programmes the EmployAbility service highlights its own range of supports and services. It also speaks to employers, community service providers, and partner agencies about many of the issues around employment and disability in Ireland today. Hosted…
Dublin City Council Historian in Residence Cormac Moore joins Noel McGuinness to discuss the truce agreed upon in July 1921 between Eamon de Valera & David Lloyd George during the war of independence. www.Dublincity.ie
Northside Today: Dublin City Councillor and CEO of Inner City Helping Homeless, Anthony Flynn on the latest proposed property development sites
Dublin City Councillor and CEO of Inner City Helping Homeless, Anthony Flynn speaks to Adrianne Murphy about the latest proposed property developments for the site at what was The Plough pub on the corner of Abbey Street and gives an update on…
Lifeline – Michael Sullivan chats with Michelle Darmody about the launch of Eat the Streets Festival
Michael Sullivan chats with Michelle Darmody, journalist, food educator, researcher, and former owner and chef of Cake Cafe and Slice, about the launch of Eat the Streets Festival run in conjunction with DCC and Creative Ireland.
Northside Today – Dublin City Council’s Historian in Residence Cormac Moore joins Joe to discuss an ambush on Great Brunswick Street
Dublin City Council’s Historian in Residence Cormac Moore joins Joe to discuss an ambush on Great Brunswick Street which took place on the 14th of March 1921 that led to the deaths of civilians, IRA and Auxiliaries (present day Pearse Street)
Paddy McGowan and Madeleine Ebbs. Paddy is a local resident, artist, and published author, who also gives his time in helping out local community projects. Madeleine Ebbs is Dublin City Council Area Community Development Officer.
Sinn Féin’s Cllr. Daithí Doolan tells Donie Tarrant how Christmas morning has become another Halloween and that Communities cannot be held to ransom by scramblers and quad bikes.