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    The Farmers Who Went Wild - Episode Two

    The Farmers Who Went Wild - Episode Two

    Documentary on Newstalk presents a new two part series 'THE FARMERS WHO WENT WILD'.
    Mary Brophy retraces the story of the supposedly unlikely friendship between two farmers and an ecologist.  And how their shared love of wildlife saw them attempt to reverse the devastating impacts of decades of intensive farming on biodiversity, in one Cork river valley.
    ‘The Farmers who went Wild’ is presented by Mary Brophy, written and produced by Neal Boyle, and was funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, with the television license fee.

    • 45 min
    The Farmers Who Went Wild - Episode One

    The Farmers Who Went Wild - Episode One

    Documentary on Newstalk presents a new two part series 'THE FARMERS WHO WENT WILD'.
    Mary Brophy retraces the story of the supposedly unlikely friendship between two farmers and an ecologist.  And how their shared love of wildlife saw them attempt to reverse the devastating impacts of decades of intensive farming on biodiversity, in one Cork river valley.
    ‘The Farmers who went Wild’ is presented by Mary Brophy, written and produced by Neal Boyle, and was funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, with the television license fee.

    • 45 min
    Evil Literature and Censorship

    Evil Literature and Censorship

    This weekend on Documentary on Newstalk, producer Regan Hutchins tells the story of how thousands of books by Irish and International authors were banned in Ireland in the 20th Century. 

    This documentary assesses the impact of a strict regime of censorship on writers and readers over a 40 year period, leading up to the 1970s and it hears how censorship and self-censorship is not a thing of the past.
    Evil Literature and Censorship is presented and produced by award winning producer Regan Hutchins who is joined by Declan Kiberd, Aoife Bhreatnach, Jana Fischerova, Julia Carlson, Andrea Nagle, Noelle Dowling, James Kelly and Pól Ó Duibhir

    Evil Literature and Censorship is funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland under the Sound & Vision Scheme.
     

    • 47 min
    Dynasty; The Greatest Ladies Teams Of All Time - Episode 2

    Dynasty; The Greatest Ladies Teams Of All Time - Episode 2

    On Documentary on Newstalk, producer Jonathan Farrelly takes a trip back to Kilkenny in the 1980’s, when one of the greatest ‘dynasty’ teams in history began their famous streak of winning... in part two of a new radio documentary series: ‘Dynasty; The Greatest Ladies Teams Of All Time’.
    The Greatest Ladies Teams Of All Time’ was Produced by Jonathan Farrelly and was supported by a grant from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, as part of the Sound And Vision Scheme.

    • 45 min
    Dynasty; The Greatest Ladies Teams Of All Time - Episode 1

    Dynasty; The Greatest Ladies Teams Of All Time - Episode 1

    The first in a two part radio documentary series: ‘Dynasty; The Greatest Ladies Teams Of All Time’.
    In 1948, the Dublin Camogie team went on a streak of winning All Ireland titles that may never be surpassed.
    ‘DYNASTY: The Greatest Ladies Teams Of All Time’ was Produced by Jonathan Farrelly and was supported by a grant from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, as part of the Sound And Vision Scheme.

    • 45 min
    From Rebel Leader to Peace Activist: The making of George Lennon

    From Rebel Leader to Peace Activist: The making of George Lennon

    ‘From Rebel Leader to Peace Activist: The making of George Lennon’ charts the life of the man who, inspired by tales of Patrick Sarsfield growing up, would go on to lead the West Waterford Flying Column during the Irish War of Independence.
    ‘From Rebel Leader to Peace Activist: The making of George Lennon’ is written and narrated by Simon Maguire, produced by Simon Maguire and Susan Cahill with original compositions and audio mastering by Scott Tobin.

    • 45 min

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