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SHARING STORIES: AN INTRODUCTION TO ORAL HISTORY IN IRELAND

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SHARING STORIES: AN INTRODUCTION TO ORAL HISTORY IN IRELAND with Dianne Kirby and Sam Manning

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LIFE AND WORK OF HARRY CLARKE

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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LIFE AND WORK OF HARRY CLARKE with James Curry, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, North West Area)

LEMON’S PURE SWEETS

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LEMON’S PURE SWEETS – A HISTORY with Cormac Moore, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, North Central Area)

ROSIE HACKETT AND THE ROSIE HACKETT BRIDGE

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ROSIE HACKETT AND THE ROSIE HACKETT BRIDGE with James Curry , Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, North West Area).

LEMON’S PURE SWEETS

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LEMON’S PURE SWEETS – A HISTORY with Cormac Moore, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, North Central Area)

AN IRISH WOLFHOUND, A HARE AND A SALMON: HOW IRELAND GOT A NEW COINAGE ‘DISTINCTLY OUR OWN’

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AN IRISH WOLFHOUND, A HARE AND A SALMON: HOW IRELAND GOT A NEW COINAGE ‘DISTINCTLY OUR OWN’
with Maeve Casserly, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, South East Area)

WOMEN IN DUBLIN IN THE ERA OF THE TAN WAR

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WOMEN IN DUBLIN IN THE ERA OF THE TAN WAR with Maeve Casserly and Mary Muldowney (Historians in Residence, Dublin City Council) and host Berni Dwan with music by Eddie Sherlock and Eoin Dillion

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