The School of English in Trinity College is hosting a public lecture series focusing on the subject of Disability and Literature. Dr. Daragh Downes, who is giving a talk on Dickens joins Seán Rocks with readings by William Brady.
Trinity College Dublin’s Centre for War Studies Annual ‘War in History’ Lecture will take place this coming Thursday, 28 November. “Dominion with a Difference? South Africa in the Great War” will be given by Prof. Bill Nasson from Stellenbosch University 7.30pm - Emmet Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin.
On Tuesday's Programme We talk to Downton Abbey star Allen Leech about his new film 'In Fear'. Also, Billy Callaghan on his book of short stories 'The things we lose, the things we leave behind'. The book 'New Planet Cabaret' will be launched on Friday November 22nd at The Gutter Bookshop on Cow's Lane in Dublin. The book is the result of Arena's on-air Creative Writing Course which ran from December 2012 to June 2013. The Publishers are New Island and the Editor is Dave Lordan, who also co-ordinated the course. All proceeds from the sale of New Planet Cabaret go ...
Gerry Harrison on his public lecture at Trinity College Dublin on Monday November 25th as part of a series entitled 'The Beatles in 12 Movements'. The website for further information is www.tcd.ie/trinitylongroomhub.
On the eighth and ninth of next month Trinity College Dublin is hosting The Trinity Global Graduate Forum. Trinity Provost Patrick Prendergast was in studio with Sean to talk about the forum and the future of third level education in Ireland.
With the economic and environmental effects of the production and use of oil, the use of hydrogen is the next big thing in energy production. And scientists are vying to find a viable, cost efficient method of producing hydrogen. My next guest, along with hes fellow researchers at CRANN, Ireland’s leading nanoscience institute based at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), have developed a new method of splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen. Pat was joined by Professor Mike Lyons, a Principal Investigator at CRANN and TCD’s School of Chemistry.
Do you believe your eyes? Can you trust your senses? And is anything really as it seems? These are just some of the questions posed by ILLUSION: NOTHING IS AS IT SEEMS, the mind-bending new exhibition by Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin, which opens to the public this Friday. What: ILLUSION is a perception-shattering insight into the human mind, playfully combining the techniques used by magicians and explored by psychologists. Open six days per week throughout the summer, admission to ILLUSION is free. Where: Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, Pearse Street. When: July 12, 2013 - September 29, 2013 ...