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12 simple Irish pleasures from the Dingle Peninsula Simple Pleasures, Baking Scones, Make It Yourself, Celebrities, Bbc, Irish, How To Make, Life, Style

12 simple Irish pleasures from the Dingle Peninsula | The Irish Post

A new book has brought the Dingle Peninsula to life - celebrating the simple things in life from cups of tea with neighbours, baking scones, sowing potato se...

Eleven things you didn’t know about the killing of Moll McCarthy – Ireland’s most infamous murder - The Irish Post Ireland, Irish, Entertaining, Concert, Irish Language, Concerts, Funny

Ireland's most infamous murder: 11 things you didn't know about the killing of Moll McCarthy

What you never knew about the murder of Moll McCarthy and the hanging of the innocent Harry Gleeson.

Scavengers: poor children of Dublin collecting from the ruined buildings damaged in the Easter Rising 1916 - Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Pictures, Irish Independence, Easter Rising, Poems Beautiful, Poor Children

An Easter Rising timeline: Monday, April 24th, 1916

A scene from the Easter Rising in Dublin 1916. Photograph: Hulton Getty

The author of The Way That We Climbed tells us about his long and hazardous mountaineering career, as well his most embarrassing moments Embarrassing Moments, Ten Minutes, Mountaineering, Irish, Raincoat, Books, Rain Jacket, Libros, Irish Language

Ten minutes with...Paddy O'Leary | The Irish Post

The author of The Way That We Climbed tells us about his long and hazardous mountaineering career, as well his most embarrassing moments

Juanita Browne will talk about the Irish Love Affair with tea during the Red Line Book Festival 2014 - The Collins Press: Irish Book Publisher Coffee And Books, My Books, Book Festival, Masala Chai, My Cup Of Tea, Summer School, Love Affair, Book Publishing, Book Review

A Book Review : Put The Kettle On

I was delighted when The Collins Press in Cork asked me to review their book ‘Put The Kettle On’. Upon reading the blurb, I knew it was my cup of tea (sorry, couldn’t resis…

Review of Cumann na mBan and the Irish Revolution by Cal McCarthy Book Review, Revolution, Irish, Books, Life, Libros, Irish Language, Book, Ireland

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“Friday's @CorkEveningEcho: Ireland's war for freedom - four book reviews! @CollinsPress @IrishPublisher @UCDPress,”

In newspapers dubbed Gearóid Cheaist Ó Catháin the ‘loneliest boy in the world’: he was the sole child on the Blaskets, and now is the only surviving evacuee of says Áilín Quinlan. Old Irish, Irish Celtic, Irish Men, Ireland Uk, Ireland Travel, Northern Ireland, The Wild Geese, Irish People, Celtic Music

'The Loneliest Boy In The World': A Welcome Addition to the Blasket Island Canon

The Loneliest Boy In The World Gearóid Cheaist Ó Catháin with Patricia Ahern (Collins Press, 2014) Review by Felicity Hayes-McCoy. At the westernmost end o…

Occupational Hazards: Stephen McCormack, entomologist - Independent.ie New Books, Literature, Literatura

Occupational Hazards: Stephen McCormack, entomologist

Becoming an entomologist just happened by accident. Somebody said to me when I was younger, 'do what interests you', so I did and followed my nose into science, biology, ecology, and eventually, entomology. I decided to make entomology my career because insects can be such a mystery; even their very identity can confound you. Because they are mostly small creatures, they are difficult to study without investing time, equipment, and sometimes, obscure literature.

Read "The Loneliest Boy in the World" by Gearoid Cheaist O Cathain available from Rakuten Kobo. * ‘The Loneliest Boy in the World – he has only seagulls as playmates.’ 1949 newspaper article * Gearóid Cheaist Ó Cathá. Country Fair, Country Boys, Boy Roald Dahl, Michael Palin, Horrible Histories, Last Child, Penguin Books, Ghost Stories, Ireland Travel

Dying moments of the ancient world in West Kerry

At the beginning of the 20th century, the Great Blasket Island, the furthest outpost of western European civilisation, located three miles off the coast of Dún Chaoin in west Kerry, was virtually unknown to the modern world.

"‹› A former slave, Frederick Douglass become one of the foremost abolitionists of his time. Known for his powerful speeches and finely-crafted writing, Douglass championed the anti-slavery movement (photographed c. frederick-douglass-P. Frederick Douglass, Black History Month, Black Is Beautiful, Maryland, African American Authors, African Americans, American Literature, Classic Literature, Native Americans

A look at books: Irish revolution, Frederick Douglass and Cecilia Ahern | IrishCentral.com

Great Irish history and fiction to sink your teeth in to.

Mark Cronin, author of 'Blackpool to the Front – A Cork Suburb and Ireland's Great War Blackpool, Cork, Men Casual, Author, Mens Tops, Writers, Corks

Cork Independent - Marc cronin

This week's profile is on Marc Cronin who wrote the history book 'Blackpool to the Front'.

Book launch: Pilgrim Paths in Ireland - The Collins Press: Irish Book Publisher Long Way Round, Irish Times, Literature Books, Book Launch, Pilgrim, Book Publishing, Book Review, New Books, Paths

Pilgrim Paths in Ireland, by John G O’Dwyer

Pilgrim Paths in Ireland, by John G O’Dwyer - Book News | Literature & Books Reviews & Headlines |The Irish Time - Sat, Jun 15, 2013

Birds: Through Irish Eyes by Anthony McGeehan with Julian Wyllie - The Collins Press: Irish Book Publisher Buy Birds, Irish Eyes, Exciting News, Bird Watching, Book Publishing, The Book, New Books, Wildlife, January 21

Ireland's Wildlife

A review of Birds Through Irish Eyes by Anthony McGeehan with Julian Wyllie -- a unique and insightful book exploring birds in an Irish context.