Emma Farrell is joined by Sheila, a local resident originally from the North inner city who has lived in Dublin all her life, discussing what happened in Dublin on November 23rd. 1st broadcast on 28/11/2023
Northside Today – Chat with Claudine Murray, Chief Marketing Officer at the Temple Bar Company about the 2024 TradFest
Paula Wiseman chats with Claudine Murray, Chief Marketing Officer at the Temple Bar Company about the 2024 TradFest and some of the incredible artists they have performing. Home
Paula Wiseman chats with Majella McAllister from the Museum of Childhood Ireland Músaem Óige na hÉireann. Majella talks about the Museum and its origins plus all of the different events they have going on. www.museumofchildhood.ie
Paula Wiseman chats with musician, Richie Egan/ Jape about his new single, ‘Heal These Wounds’ and also his upcoming album, ‘Endless Thread’. They also chat about his writing processes and his approach to touring. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC95tCLhgY4ZSWzEidRtFXdw
On this second episode in the series, Paula Wiseman chatted with Franzi O’Donnell from Dublin City Volunteers Centre. Paula spoke with Franzi O’Donnell about the work the Dublin City Volunteers Centre does and how the funding they receive from the EU helps…
Northside Today: Are we “falling out of love with Dublin?” Panel discussion on the capital’s Civic Future
An Online Panel Discussion is to take place on Wednesday, 9th February discussing Dublin and its civic future. Adrianne Murphy chats to Architect, Valerie Mulvin one of the panelists on the night. For more Info visit: https://www.tcd.ie/trinitylongroomhub/whats-on/
Dennis Mcintyre discusses the early history of Dublin, the meaning and origin of Atha Cliath and Dubh linn. Dennis also explains the term ‘Jackeen’.
Sheila Flynn, Our Lady of Mercy College, Dublin; “Virtual Open Evening Wednesday 30th.