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The Irish History Show

Cathal Brennan and John Dorney

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The Irish History Show

The Irish History Show

Cathal Brennan and John Dorney

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The Irish History Show is broadcast on Near FM in Dublin. The show is presented and produced by Cathal Brennan and John Dorney. The show looks at many different aspects of Irish history with expert guests from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines.

Latest Episodes

48 The Irish Brigade & The Spanish Civil War

After the outbreak of civil war in Spain in 1936 there was widespread support in Ireland for the Francoist insurgents rebelling against the Spanish government. The war was largely presented as a fight to preserve the Catholic religion in Spain from the ‘Reds’ or communists. The Irish clergy and groups such as theIrish Christian Front […]

51 MIN2019 OCT 7
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48 The Irish Brigade & The Spanish Civil War

47 The Dáil Courts

On this episode of the show we discuss the Dáil Courts. The Dáil Courts were the judicial branch of the government of the Irish Republic declared in 1919. They operated in tandem to the established legal system and were subject to suppression by the state. They were an integral part of undermining British rule in […]

33 MIN2019 JUL 10
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47 The Dáil Courts

46 Dublin’s Great Wars Richard Grayson

On this episode John Dorney interviews Richard Grayson on his recent book Dublin’s Great Wars, which examines Ireland’s capital city’s experience both of the First World War and nationalist revolution from 1914-1923. They discuss the varied motivations and social backgrounds of the recruits. Their experiences at the battlefronts. How the war came to define rival […]

52 MIN2019 MAY 18
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46 Dublin’s Great Wars Richard Grayson

45 Muintir na Tíre

On this episode we are joined by historian Barry Sheppard to discuss his research on Muintir na Tíre and their founder, Fr. John Hayes. Muintir na Tíre are a rural, community development group founded in 1931. Barry Sheppard also discusses Catholic social teaching and similarities and differences between Muintir na Tíre and other vocationalist groups.

46 MIN2019 APR 27
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45 Muintir na Tíre

44 The 1918 General Election

In this episode we look at the 1918 Westminster General Election. This was the first General Election held in the UK since 1910. The results of this election would see a complete transformation of political representation in Ireland. Sinn Féin, running on an abstentionist, Republican platform, would win a landslide victory throughout Ireland replacing the […]

57 MIN2019 JAN 27
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44 The 1918 General Election

43 The impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968–79 Boiling volcano?

On this episode of the Irish History Show, John Dorney talks to Dr. Brian Hanley about his new book “The impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968–79 Boiling Volcano?” This is the first book to examine in detail the impact of the Northern Irish Troubles on southern Irish society. This study vividly […]

64 MIN2018 NOV 25
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43 The impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968–79 Boiling volcano?

42 Michael Collins

In this episode we are joined by Irish American historian Joseph E.A. Connell Jr. to discuss his new book Michael Collins: Dublin 1916 – 1922. Michael Collins was the Chairman of the Provisional Government set up after the Anglo – Irish Treaty of 1921. Collins was a Gaelic League and GAA activist and served in […]

68 MIN2018 NOV 17
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42 Michael Collins

41 The 12th of July and the Orange Order

The Twelfth (also called the Glorious Twelfth) is a Protestant celebration held on 12 July. It began during the late 18th century in Ulster. It celebrates the Glorious Revolution (1688) and victory of Protestant king William of Orange over Catholic king James II at the Battle of the Boyne (1690), which began the Protestant […]

51 MIN2018 AUG 18
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41 The 12th of July and the Orange Order

40 Dublin and the Great War Part 3

Part 3 of Near FM’s series on Dublin and the Great War. Jennifer Wellington and Tom Burke discuss the Royal Dublin Fusiliers and how the Great War is remembered. Songs from the era are provided by Luke Cheevers, Fergus Russell and Frank Nugent all from An Góilín singers. Presented by Ciarán Murray, produced by […]

51 MIN2017 SEP 20
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40 Dublin and the Great War Part 3

39 Dublin and the Great War Part 2

Part 2 of Near FM’s series on Dublin and the Great War. This episode looks at women and the First World War. Fionnuala Walsh and Niamh Murray speak about the suffragette movement and women at work. Máire Ni Chróinín from An Góilín sings songs from the era. Presented by Ciarán Murray, produced by Donie Tarrant […]

54 MIN2017 SEP 20
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39 Dublin and the Great War Part 2

Latest Episodes

48 The Irish Brigade & The Spanish Civil War

After the outbreak of civil war in Spain in 1936 there was widespread support in Ireland for the Francoist insurgents rebelling against the Spanish government. The war was largely presented as a fight to preserve the Catholic religion in Spain from the ‘Reds’ or communists. The Irish clergy and groups such as theIrish Christian Front […]

51 MIN2019 OCT 7
Comments
48 The Irish Brigade & The Spanish Civil War

47 The Dáil Courts

On this episode of the show we discuss the Dáil Courts. The Dáil Courts were the judicial branch of the government of the Irish Republic declared in 1919. They operated in tandem to the established legal system and were subject to suppression by the state. They were an integral part of undermining British rule in […]

33 MIN2019 JUL 10
Comments
47 The Dáil Courts

46 Dublin’s Great Wars Richard Grayson

On this episode John Dorney interviews Richard Grayson on his recent book Dublin’s Great Wars, which examines Ireland’s capital city’s experience both of the First World War and nationalist revolution from 1914-1923. They discuss the varied motivations and social backgrounds of the recruits. Their experiences at the battlefronts. How the war came to define rival […]

52 MIN2019 MAY 18
Comments
46 Dublin’s Great Wars Richard Grayson

45 Muintir na Tíre

On this episode we are joined by historian Barry Sheppard to discuss his research on Muintir na Tíre and their founder, Fr. John Hayes. Muintir na Tíre are a rural, community development group founded in 1931. Barry Sheppard also discusses Catholic social teaching and similarities and differences between Muintir na Tíre and other vocationalist groups.

46 MIN2019 APR 27
Comments
45 Muintir na Tíre

44 The 1918 General Election

In this episode we look at the 1918 Westminster General Election. This was the first General Election held in the UK since 1910. The results of this election would see a complete transformation of political representation in Ireland. Sinn Féin, running on an abstentionist, Republican platform, would win a landslide victory throughout Ireland replacing the […]

57 MIN2019 JAN 27
Comments
44 The 1918 General Election

43 The impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968–79 Boiling volcano?

On this episode of the Irish History Show, John Dorney talks to Dr. Brian Hanley about his new book “The impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968–79 Boiling Volcano?” This is the first book to examine in detail the impact of the Northern Irish Troubles on southern Irish society. This study vividly […]

64 MIN2018 NOV 25
Comments
43 The impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968–79 Boiling volcano?

42 Michael Collins

In this episode we are joined by Irish American historian Joseph E.A. Connell Jr. to discuss his new book Michael Collins: Dublin 1916 – 1922. Michael Collins was the Chairman of the Provisional Government set up after the Anglo – Irish Treaty of 1921. Collins was a Gaelic League and GAA activist and served in […]

68 MIN2018 NOV 17
Comments
42 Michael Collins

41 The 12th of July and the Orange Order

The Twelfth (also called the Glorious Twelfth) is a Protestant celebration held on 12 July. It began during the late 18th century in Ulster. It celebrates the Glorious Revolution (1688) and victory of Protestant king William of Orange over Catholic king James II at the Battle of the Boyne (1690), which began the Protestant […]

51 MIN2018 AUG 18
Comments
41 The 12th of July and the Orange Order

40 Dublin and the Great War Part 3

Part 3 of Near FM’s series on Dublin and the Great War. Jennifer Wellington and Tom Burke discuss the Royal Dublin Fusiliers and how the Great War is remembered. Songs from the era are provided by Luke Cheevers, Fergus Russell and Frank Nugent all from An Góilín singers. Presented by Ciarán Murray, produced by […]

51 MIN2017 SEP 20
Comments
40 Dublin and the Great War Part 3

39 Dublin and the Great War Part 2

Part 2 of Near FM’s series on Dublin and the Great War. This episode looks at women and the First World War. Fionnuala Walsh and Niamh Murray speak about the suffragette movement and women at work. Máire Ni Chróinín from An Góilín sings songs from the era. Presented by Ciarán Murray, produced by Donie Tarrant […]

54 MIN2017 SEP 20
Comments
39 Dublin and the Great War Part 2
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