Saturday 14th September

Today with Sean O'Rourke 13th September 2013

In the third feature of Citizens Lockout on the Today Show with Sean O Rourke, Sean was joined in studio by the CEO of IBEC, Danny Mc Coy, Vice President of SIPTU Patricia King, Labour Seantor Ivana Bacik, and columnist for the Irish Independent Kevin Myers

Saturday 7th September

To the memory of Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore Booth

To the memory of Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore Booth

Saturday 31st August

Today with Myles Dungan 30th August 2013

Today with Myles Dungan 30th August 2013

Friday 30th August

Lockout 30 August 7pm

Historian, Paul Rouse on what became of the striking workers after the Lockout.

Lockout 30 August 5pm

Were there any winners? – historian, Donal Fallon.

Lockout 30 August 3pm

Why the Lockout ended by historian, Niamh Puirseil.

Lockout 30 August 1pm

Author, Padraig Yeates explains why we’ll never know how many died as a direct result of the Lockout.

Lockout 30 August 11am

Census Bulletin: South Dublin Union Workhouse. Catriona Crowe from the National Archives illustrates the circumstances enduring by Dublin’s poor by reading an entry from the 1911 Census.

Lockout 30 August 9am

Glasnevin Museum historian, Shane MacThomais on the causes of death in 1913 and the rise in mortality rates during the Lockout.

Lockout 30 August 7am

Excerpt from The Irish Times commenting on the scenes of opulence and destitution to be found within a stone’s throw of each other in Dublin.

The Plight of Children of the Lockout

By Ann Matthews.

Silence surrounding the Lockout

By oral historian, Mary Muldowney.

After the Lockout

Ann Matthews wonders what became of people after the Lockout.

End of the Lockout

By Padraig Yeates.

The Lockout was not Inevitable

Padraig Yeates tells us why.

Financial Support for Locked Out Workers

Padraig Yeates on how the Lockout lasted from August, 1913 until January, 1914.

'Who Fears to Wear the Blood Red Badge?'

Francy Devine’s rendition of this song.

Thursday 29th August

Lockout 29 August 7pm

Excerpt from the writings of Sean O’Casey on the outbreak of the Lockout.

Lockout 29 August 5pm

Historian, Conor Mulvagh on why there was no sympathy from the Irish parliament for the locked out workers.

Lockout 29 August 3pm

The striking women by oral historian, Mary Muldowney.

Lockout 29 August 1pm

Reducing the Lockout to a battle between good and evil is a big mistake argues historian Paul Rouse.

Lockout 29 August 11am

Jim Larkin imprisoned for sedition by historian, Niamh Puirseil.

Lockout 29 August 9am

Proslytism during the Lockout by Des Geraghty.

Lockout 29 August 7am

'The Citizen Army' recited by Sam Nolan

Guns supplied by employers

Author Padraig Yeates describes how employers armed workers with weapons to defend themselves.

George Russell letter

Extract from open letter to employers which appeared in The Irish Times.

Rosie Hackette

A pen picture by oral historian, Mary Muldowney.

Catholic Church and the Lockout

Historian, Paul Rouse on Catholic Church opposition to the Lockout.

Mary Ellen Murphy

A pen picture by oral historian, Mary Muldowney.

Battle between Murphy and Larkin

Historian, Niamh Puirseil explans how this played out.

Battle of the newspapers

How the battle was fought through newspapers by Mary Muldowney.

Child Beggars

Extract from Irish Citizen Newspaper.

Sir Charles Cameron

Historian, Donal Fallon on why this man should not be forgotten.

Wednesday 28th August

Lockout 28 August 7pm

Glasnevin Museum historian, Shane MacThomais tells us about Lockout victim, Alicia Brady.

Lockout 28 August 5pm

Save the Kiddies Scheme – why it never worked by historian, Paul Rouse.

Lockout 28 August 3pm

Des Geraghty describes how families in Ringsend ambushed coal carts during the Lockout.

Lockout 28 August 1pm

Petty snobberies among the working class by historian, Ann Matthews.

Lockout 28 August 11am

Reading: Sinn Fein President, Arthur Griffith denounces Jim Larkin

Lockout 28 August 9am

'Who Fears to Wear the Blood Red Badge' sung by Francy Devine.

Lockout 28 August 7am

Tension between strikers and police becomes a middle class spectators sport explains historian, Conor Mulvagh.

Suffragettes and the Lockout

Oral historian, Ann Matthews on suffragette involvement in the Lockout.

Grace Nail

Historian, Ann Matthews on Grace Nail and the Liberty Hall soup kitchen.

How Larkin transformed the system of paying workers on the docks

Explained by Des Geraghty.

Delia Larkin

Oral historian, Mary Muldowney on Jim Larkin’s sister.

Lack of Support for Strikers from Irish Parliament

Historian, Niamh Puirseil on the attitudes of Irish Parliament to the Locked out workers.

Penny Dinners

Historian, Ann Matthews on the people who were forced to turn to charity to be fed.

Sean O'Casey on Jim Larkin

Tenement Fires

Tenement life was hazardous, as explained by Glasnevin Museum historian, Shane MacThomais.

William O’Brien and Jim Larkin

Oral historian, Mary Muldowney

Beginnings of the Irish Citizen Army

Glasnevin Museum historian, Shane MacThomais.

William Martin Murphy on Larkinism

William Martin Murphy coined the word Larkinism, as explained by historian, Niamh Puireil.


Oral historian, Mary Muldowney on Locked out workers who were evicted from their homes.

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