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    Rin Tin Tin

    Rin Tin Tin

      Rin Tin Tin by Catherine Cleary It’s hard to imagine just how different the First Academy Awards ceremony was compared to today’s lavish version.  The 1929 dinner at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in LA was private. The ceremony took fifteen minutes. There were no cameras, no microphones, no red carpet interviews.   But there was at least one scandal. The star who received the most votes for Best Actor was robbed of his award. The Academy baulked at giving him the prize. They drew up the list again with his name no longer on it, and awarded the Oscar to ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2014/0302/506580-the-history-show-sunday-2-march-2014/?clipid=1426192
    The Demise of the Encyclopaedia Britanica

    The Demise of the Encyclopaedia Britanica

    With iPads and iPhones flying out of the shops this Christmas, one can only wonder if  people will be reading books at all in a century from now.   Catherine Cleary gets nostalgic about the Encyclopaedia Brittanica which is among an ever increasing number of items that have been assigned to the past. Encyclopaedia Britanica - File Under N for Nostagia by Catherine Cleary It’s too early to say if the Internet will kill books. But the verdict is already in for one particular type of book. Those doorstop tomes that were once pride of place in living rooms are going to landfill or collectors ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/1215/492800-the-history-show-sunday-15-december-2013/?clipid=1377537
    Origins of the Granny Smith

    Origins of the Granny Smith

    Apart from the clocks going back, another annual event at the end of October is of course, Halloween.  Medieval historians tell us that its connection with the pagan festival of Samhain has been overstated but Halloween has been recorded here for some centuries. For instance, the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork has a painting by Daniel MacLise, the Cork painter who was a friend of Charles Dickens.  It’s called Snap Apple Night and it depicts a bawdy night of Halloween partying and games that MacLise attended in Blarney in 1832.  Almost two centuries later, apples and apple games are still ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/1027/482016-the-history-show-sunday-27-october-2013/?clipid=1339284
    The John Murray Show Friday 28 June 2013

    The John Murray Show Friday 28 June 2013

    These are our three finalists from over 550 entrants to the John Murray Show/Saturday Night Show emerging music competition. Chanele McGuinness, Gary Showbiz and The New Transmission will battle it out in our live Studio 8 final on the John Murray Show on Thursday, May 29th for that coveted slot on the Saturday Night Show on May 31st.

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-john-murray-show/programmes/2013/0628/459396-the-john-murray-show-friday-28-june-2013/
    Schools out for Summer

    Schools out for Summer

    The big day has arrived & in the words of Alice Cooper, no more pencils, no more rule books, no more teachers, dirty looks! School holidays begin, but may bring a feeling of dread to many parents on how to fill those nine long empty weeks!  In studio with Miriam this morning to discuss ways of using the time in keeping your children  happy & busy this summer is Irish Times journalist & author Catherine Cleary. Catherine also wrote a book based on the idea of making the most of time of doing the things now we always think we will do someday, ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-john-murray-show/programmes/2013/0628/459396-the-john-murray-show-friday-28-june-2013/?clipid=1252709
    Irish Easter Food Traditions

    Irish Easter Food Traditions

    By the time this programme was broadcast on Easter Sunday evening, people around the country will probably have sampled at least one of the foods commonly associated with the day that’s in it. But what are the origins of our Easter food traditions and which ones have died out? Rhona Tarrant spoke to people in Kerry about Easter customs there and one of the Easter Sunday treats some older folk mentioned were boiled eggs. Restaurant critic of The Irish Times, Catherine Cleary talked about why boiled eggs were eaten – along with traditions around lamb, Easter cakes and of course, ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/0331/377553-the-history-show-sunday-31-march-2013/?clipid=1035023
    The History Show Sunday 31 March 2013

    The History Show Sunday 31 March 2013

    The Irish and World War One This August will mark the centenary of the start of World War One. We will be commemorating this anniversary on The History Show with special programmes and short items telling the stories of Irish people who were involved in the war. We will also be examining what was happening here during these turbulent years. Do you have relatives who were involved in the First World War? We would like to hear their stories. Email: history@rte.ie

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/0331/377553-the-history-show-sunday-31-march-2013/
    Why did we never take to eating horsemeat in this country?

    Why did we never take to eating horsemeat in this country?

    When horse meat was found in burgers and frozen meals in recent weeks, we learned a lot about our attitude to hippophagy. That might sound like a subject in Hogwarts but it’s the term for eating horse meat. Ireland has a long history of saying ‘neigh’ to horsemeat. Irish Times restaurant critic Catherine Cleary came in to talk about the history of the Irish taboo against horse meat, from medieval Irish monks to the Phibsboro horse butcher of 1960s Dublin.  Video link: Back in 1966 a Dublin butcher was selling horse meat for human consumption. Mr. Hickey the owner of the recently ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/0217/367961-the-history-show-sunday-17-february-2013/?clipid=1000490

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