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    Liveline

    Liveline

    Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy Callers from around the country comment on the continuing bad weather. Colm speaks about a plaque erected at the sport where his mother was killed in a traffic accident. There was more discusion about the president's Christmas and New Year's message and reaction to it. Suzanne intervened when she came across a mother who she felt was being unfair to her child on the street. Other callers reacted.    

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/programmes/2014/0103/495772-liveline-friday-3-january-2014/?clipid=1387331
    Liveline Friday 3 January 2014

    Liveline Friday 3 January 2014

    WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR STORIES Have you got a story to tell? An issue you want to air publicly? If you’d like to talk to Joe on-air about an issue that concerns you then we want to hear from you. You can email the programme at any time to joe@rte.ie, call the office at 01 208 3263 / 2984 / 2980 or 3438 (or out of office hours and leave a message) or on 1850 715 815, Monday to Friday from 12.30pm – 3.15pm. All topics are considered and all calls are welcome

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/programmes/2014/0103/495772-liveline-friday-3-january-2014/
    Children in 1913

    Children in 1913

    Let’s go back to 1913 and the children who were growing up during that period. Most of us tend to conjure up an image of shoeless waifs wandering the streets and newspaper sellers as young as 12 years of age. But there was another side to childhood too – as historian, Donal Fallon now tells us. For more on Children in 1913 visit 'Come here to me!' Dublin's life & culture website  

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/0512/391592-the-history-show-sunday-12-may-2013/?clipid=1082248
    Lockout Studio Guests

    Lockout Studio Guests

    Our studio guests were historians Ann Matthews (whose mother was a child of the Lockout), Leeann Lane and Francy Devine contributors to a new book of essays “A Capital in Conflict: Dublin and the 1913 Lockout” which has just been published. And and we were also joined by historian, Shane McThomais of Glasnevin Museum. They talked about living conditions in Dublin in 1913, how women and children were affected, schooling, poverty, charitable donations, Evangelical Christians, the TUC food fund, the degradation of queuing for food, penny dinners, Kiddies Scheme, the political women of the Lockout, the knock-on effects of coal ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/0414/380690-the-history-show-sunday-14-april-2013/?clipid=1047776
    Studio Guests discuss 'What were the experiences of the women & children of the 1913 Lockout?'

    Studio Guests discuss 'What were the experiences of the women & children of the 1913 Lockout?'

    Our studio guests were historians Ann Matthews (whose mother was a child of the Lockout), Leeann Lane and Francy Devine contributors to a new book of essays “A Capital in Conflict: Dublin and the 1913 Lockout” which has just been published. And and we were also joined by historian, Shane McThomais of Glasnevin Museum. They talked about living conditions in Dublin in 1913, how women and children were affected, schooling, poverty, charitable donations, Evangelical Christians, the TUC food fund, the degradation of queuing for food, penny dinners, Kiddies Scheme, the political women of the Lockout, the knock-on effects of coal ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/0414/380690-the-history-show-sunday-14-april-2013/?clipid=1052997
    Children killed in the 1916 Rising

    Children killed in the 1916 Rising

    The majority of people who were killed during the 1916 Easter Rising were civilians. Of the 450 people who died, more than half were civilian adults and children. Over the years, the stories of the children who died have remained largely invisible and even the numbers who lost their lives have been inconclusive. But now, following extensive research, broadcaster, Joe Duffy believes that children account for more than 10% of civilian fatalities. Joe joined Myles on the programme to talk about how he went about compiling the first ever comprehensive list of children killed during Easter Week 1916.

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-history-show/programmes/2013/0324/376691-the-history-show-sunday-24-march-2013/?clipid=1030745

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