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  1. Jo Neary: Cornwall, an Irish Gran and Other People's Voices

    Jo Neary is an actor, writer, comedian, artist, puppeteer, singer…the list goes on. Nominated for a Perrier Award in 2004, she is arguably best known as Judith in the BBC series “Ideal”, starring Johnny Vegas. Born in Coventry, but raised in Cornwall, to an Irish father and ...

    2021-02-25

  2. Adrian Lunney: Building sites, fiddle lessons and being a republican in Purley

    Writer, journalist, editor and PR guru, Adrian Lunney graduated in English at Cambridge and was EMAP’s feature writer of the year in 1991. He now runs Adrian Lunney PR. Born to Northern Irish parents in West London in 1960, Adrian’s story covers the rise of The Troubles on both sides ...

    2021-02-18

  3. Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for "Dublin's Twin City"

    Patrick Gaul, Angela Billing and Niall Gibney of Liverpool Irish Centre talk about facing the challenges of Covid and staging virtual performances as well as the shopping lists you can fill at their Irish Shop. They also discuss the history of both city and centre, the question of being Irish, English ...

    2021-02-11

  4. Mo O'Connell and Mary Tynan: From Ireland to England and Back Again

    Maureen (“Mo”) O’Connell and Mary Tynan are actor-writer-directors who went from Ireland to England for professional reasons and who both returned to Dublin and Galway respectively in 2015/2016. Mo is an award-winning film maker whose feature “Spa Weekend” is currently being feted with awards wherever it goes. ...

    2021-02-04

  5. Laurence Cox: Empire, Sedition and the forgotten Irish Buddhist monk who faced down the British in Burma

    Dr Laurence Cox is an associate professor of sociology at the National University of Ireland in Maynooth. He is also one of the three authors of “The Irish Buddhist”, the story of U Dhammaloka and his clashes with the British Empire in the early ...

    2021-01-28