A day in the life of Portlaoise Leisure Centre - a day of small, personal achievements - fighting fear in the pool, boredom in the gym, homework, footwork and beating the cyclist in the print dress
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A series of shorter radio documentaries.
Seán Kilkenny talks about his passion for hunting and how he feels that the hunting ban is not working in the UK. (2008)
A man fulfils a childhood dream; to visit the lighthouse where his grandfather worked and was last seen. Students will do comprehension and resequencing activities, letter-writing and finally tell ...
Stories of bold children and vindictive Christmas visitors are told in this documentary. Students make naughty and nice lists, study interview and questioning techniques and finally research and ma...
Noelle Fitzsimons sits in Tallaght District Court every day the court sits. She's a volunteer with Victim Support and works with the Court Support Services.
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300 women and 15 men in a Mayo medical devices plant - a recipe for fun and significant social change in an impoverished area.
Marianne Argue has an unglamourous job in the frontline of the health service crisis: she's a bed manager in Wexford General Hospital.
Jim Barry is from Portlaoise; he's spent his working life in technology and now he's set up a company with his children to produce products for bedroom DJs and musicians.