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'Newsbeat' visits Club Arthur a new addition to the Sixties beat club scene in Dublin city centre.
President Mary Robinson is just one of the 40,000 visitors attending the week long annual horse fair in Ballinasloe County Galway.
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Promising almost 300 performances, the Dublin Theatre Festival was officially launched at a lunchtime reception at the Mansion House by the Minister of State for Arts Ted Nealon.
Former Tipperary footballer Bill Ryan vividly recalls the events that took place in Croke Park on 21 November 1920, a day subsequently known as ‘Bloody Sunday’.
Great sports commentary can be passionate, dramatic or funny and conveys the highs and lows of emotion that sport is capable of producing.
A century of strikes, protests and pickets in Ireland, from the 1913 Lockout to the sit-in of Vita Cortex workers in 2012.
The 1956 radio series 'They Remember 1916'; interviews recorded for TV under the working title of 'The Survivors'; and colour footage of the 1966 Jubilee Commemorations.