How an Ecuardorian bomber landed in Dunmore in 1962
A Nationwide report onow an Ecuardorian bomber landed in DunmoreHistory
How one small Irish town became a crucial battleground in the Civil WarHistory
Could Michael Collins have avoided Civil War?
After the signing of the Treaty, Michael Collins's approach was a combination of tactical flexibility and strategic certainty. He played a delicate game as he tried to keep every avenue open and avoid burning bridges as the new State negotiated with the British and the new Northern Irish prime minister James Craig. But an assassination in London changed the delicate balance, as Gabriel Doherty explainsHistory
A two minute guide to everyday violence in the Civil WarHistory
Wall of Silence? Memory and the Civil WarHistory
Cold Case Collins: photographic evidence?
The panel discusses the photographs taken in the days following the shootingHistory
Cold Case Collins: the story of Michael Collins's cap
Dr Audrey Whitty of the National Museum of Ireland tells how Michael Collins's cap ended up in the museum's collectionHistory
Cold Case Collins: Memory and history
How reliable are people's memories of significant events? The panel discuss the issueHistory
Cold Case Collins: A Garda investigation?
Was there a Garda investigation into the death of Michael Collins? In the 1970s, one retired garda claimed there was. Now Detective Sergeant David O'Leary separates fact from rumourHistory
The Occupation of the Four Courts
Historian John Dorney explains what happened when anti-Treaty forces occupied the Four Courts in summer 1922 - and when the National Army decided to remove them by forceHistory