The History Show
The Shrinking Playground of Dublin
Katia Tikhoniouk on her research into the history of play and playgrounds in inner city Dublin.
American Civil War Pension Files
Orla Rapple reports on the impact of the American Civil War on Irish families, and what the war pension files tell us about the Irish-American experience in the 19th century.
Eamon De Valera's Tailor
Bernard Lynch on his memories of his father, Joe Lynch, who was a tailor to Eamon De Valera.
Blood Runs Green
Myles is joined by Gillian O'Brien, historian and author of the new book 'Blood Runs Green: The Murder that Transfixed Gilded Age Chicago', about a notorious 19th century killing, and its impact on Clan na Gael and Irish nationalism in the US.
Public Service Broadcasting
Our reporter Lorcan Clancy found out more about Public Service Broadcasting, a London band that evokes the past by sampling sounds from old archive footage in their music.
Rachel Breslin speaks to author Maeve O'Riordan about the relationship of two young people from the landed class at the turn of the century, which was recorded through letters.
Jennifer Redmond, lecturer in 20th Century Irish History at NUI Maynooth.