James Joyce enthusiasts all over Dublin celebrate Bloomsday each year on 16 June.
16 June is the day that character Leopold Bloom undertakes his journey through Dublin in Joyce's novel 'Ulysses'. The day has become an annual fixture for literary events, from book readings to people dressing up as their favourite characters.
This RTÉ News report shows a Bloomsday-themed women's race from 16 June 1984. The winner Emily Dowling is congratulated by the characters Leopold and Molly Bloom. Some vintage bicycles are also on display.