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Burned Alive: The Burning of Bridget Cleary
Women on Trial - The Alice Morton Divorce Case of 1920
The Mystery of Henry Wilson’s Assassination
Ireland's Alcatraz - the Story of Spike Island
How the Famine Irish built New York
The Myth of Irish Neutrality in World War II
The Story of Irish Coffin Ships Continued...
The Story of Irish Coffin Ships Part I
How will 2022 be remembered in history?
A Slum City - Life & Death in Late Victorian Dublin
A lost town in the Wicklow Mountains
The Black Death in Ireland
Contraception in Ireland
The Hunt for Nazi Spies in World War II
Exploring A Medieval Fortress - Conwy Castle
If we accept your rational the Genocide of the Jews in WW2 was not a genocide because Jews operated the ovens and gas Chambers.
Horrible anti-Russian bigot narrator.
Thank you so much for you work! I’m a big fan of Ireland, and your podcast really helps to enhance my knowledge of the Irish history and to structure all the mess in the head. Moreover, your voice and the music are so calming. The aesthetics of your podcast is beautiful!☘️ Go raibh maith agat!
as a Dubliner that was was fab
Great story and a great podcast.love the voice of Finn Dwyer the best voice I've heard tell a story clear and soothing. i listen at night and fall asleep sometime after.super podcast Irish history podcast. *****
I guess the crazy idea of this being cultivated in a lab being written off as just a conspiracy theory didn't age too well hey haha
Great podcast,keep up the good work.
Any ideas of what the phrase, "doing maggie's work" means?
Podchraoladh iontach coinnigh leis an dea-obair. 👍
Thanks so much for all the hard work you and your crew put into the making of this series (and others). I am seriously enjoying the education!
Hi great podcast but no viable fens or very little natural bogs left on the bog of Allen.
Great idea, great series...
it was a genocide you prick, they knew the Irish would perish in huge numbers, they said it at the time, you absolute vomit , if you locked your dog in the shed and sold his food to your neighbor, it's not free market trading, you killed a dog, simple as
I really enjoyed that, thank you! I've never really gotten into podcasts but was recommended yours by a friend recently, and have just listened to these two and the 1916 calm before the storm. Excellent! Looking forward to the Maamtransa one - it's always fascinated me, but I'd never heard of William Sheehan. If you ever get the chance, have a look at Lady Albina Broderick, her story is unreal, I'd love to hear you tell it some day. It's not a murder one! She was just a very unique lady. Go raibh maith agat! Your podcasts will hopefully get me through this quarantine time :)
I had a hard time understanding Damian...next time.please.have him.slow down and not shout...ha...but what an amazing history lesson! Thank you for helping me understand my Irish ancestry...My Stephen Pierce arrived between 1848 and 1852..amd settled in Camden Nj...but I have no record of his entry...he would have been about 15 or 18...we think he came alone...
fantastic show will only keep getting better .
i just love my ancesteral historical,histories.LOONG LIVE ULSTERS
you're wellcome see you tonight
is the glogheen workhouse on the road to Mitchelstown, were the wall still stands?