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Following a clash with the Liam Cosgrave led Government of the day, Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh became the first Irish President to resign from office.
On the eve of the opening the exhibition 'William John Leech: an Irish painter abroad' at the National Gallery of Ireland, the debate over who painted 'The Goose Girl' continues.
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Norris Davidson visits the first Wexford Opera Festival in 1951, where he meets some of the principle cast members of the production of 'The Rose of Castille' by Irish composer Michael William Balfe.
Following a plebiscite in 1932, Wexford Council changed the town's street names to honour those who took part in the Easter Rising of 1916. However, locals still use the original street names and are often unaware of the new ones.
Leaving out food for the dead, making costumes and playing pranks on neighbours.
When international personalities came to Ireland during the 1960s the new television station often sent a camera crew to cover their visit.
Irish celebrities, politicians, sports people, actors, singers and performers in the early years of their careers.