An impression in sound and vision of the Dublin market place Moore Street.

Moore Street is one of Dublin's oldest open air fruit and vegetable markets and has undergone many changes over the years.

'The Humours of Moore Street' provides an impressionistic view of Dublin's major street market with interviews with stall holders and shopkeepers.

The people of Moore Street provide the voice for the programme alongside the music of Louis Stewart.

Five pence a pound the carrots
The small shop for big value
Tremendous value this morning, just look at what we're offering...

'The Humours of Moore Street' was broadcast on 28 October 1974.

Moore Street, Dublin (1974) Photo by Eve Holmes
Moore Street, Dublin (1974) Photo by Eve Holmes