A look back over the last week through Vines with Ian Dempsey, the Liberties Festival, GAA, the Lisdoonvarna Folk Festival, Knock Marriage Bureau, and the Dunnes Stores strikers against Apartheid.
Ian Dempsey Keeps Fit
Ian Dempsey joins Carolyn Fisher and instructor Mary Rose Doorly for an aerobic workout in 1984.
A look back at the Liberties community in Dublin 40 years ago.
Lisdoonvarna Folk Festival
From 35 years ago in West Clare, Lisdoonvarna is synonymous with folk and trad music.
Knock Marriage Bureau
The story of a priest who has assisted in arranging 108 marriages in Knock, Co. Mayo
Dublin V Meath
40 years ago Kevin Heffernan managed the revival of Dublin football in their victory over Meath.
Monaghan V Donegal
Monaghan won the Ulster Football Championship for the first time in 41 years when beating Donegal 1-15 to 0-11 on the the 22 July 1979.
New Exhibition: Dunnes Stores Workers Against Apartheid
The struggle against the apartheid regime in South Africa reached the Dunnes Stores shop floor in 1984. 30 years on we take a look back at the story and how it unfolded across TV and radio.
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