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Bringing the Past to Life!
This week's offerings were:
Jammet's and Dublin's Haute Cuisine Restaurants
The Golden Age of haute cuisine with Dr. Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire, lecturer in Culinary Arts at the Dublin Institute of Technology and Elaine Mahon, who is currently researching Irish diplomatic dining.
Discovering Private Thomas Lawless
Blaithin de Burca told the fascinating story of Thomas Lawless and the team who were involved in identifying him 94 years after his death - among them, forensic artist and sculptor, Christian Corbet who constructed a sculpture of Lawless's head.
Vintage Cinema Poster Auction
Ian Whyte of Whyte's Auction Rooms on the forthcoming vintage cinema poster auction
Aloys Fleischmann - "Enemy Alien" 1916
Ruth Fleischmann told Lorcan Clancy about her German grandfather, Aloys Fleischmann senior (1880-1964) who was interned in Oldcastle Camp from January 4 1916 as an enemy alien, as a civilian prisoner of war.
Political Imprisonment and the "German Plot" 1918
Dr. Will Murphy of the Mater Dei Institute of Education puts Aloys Fleischmann's internment into context and discusses political imprisonment and the so called German Plot.