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Learn how to make an Irish Shepherd's Pie! - Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2012/0... for the ingredients, more recipe information, and over 675 additional original video recipes! I hope you enjoy this Irish Shepherd's Pie recipe!
Tony O'Reilly, Television chef, world traveled cook shows his old school friend, Lorcan O'Toole how to make Boxty
A Traditional Irish Dish... ideal for St Patrick's Day! 1 pound 6 ounces Potatoes (approx) 4 ounces curly Kale or Spring Cabbage (approx) half cup (50g) roughly chopped Scallions (spring onions) quarter cup (25g) finely chopped Scallions (spring onions) 1 stick (100g) butter Salt & Pepper Music Achaidh Cheide Kevin MacLeod www.incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"
ID LIKE TO SHOW THIS INCREDIBLY RARE BRUCE FOOTAGE TO FELLOW IRISH FANS . ENJOY.
Keane's 1st goals for United & interview with Football Focus ahead of game at home to Newcastle, August 1993. The Cork accent comes through at the end.
Stephen Fry speaks about the Irish language and Ros na Rún to The Phil, Tuesday December 7th, 2010
so sad Following the demise of the 'Celtic Tiger,' Irish workers who fear sustained, high employment look for work overseas.
Spanish Point (Irish: Rinn na Spáinneach) is a village in the parish of Miltown Malbay in County Clare, Ireland, situated on the west coast of Ireland. The town is home to many holiday homes, and during the winter has a significantly smaller population. It is also one of the better surf breaks in County Clare. The name refers to the wrecking of some ships of the Spanish Armada off the coast. On the coast, 2.5 km from Miltown Malbay, Spanish Point was named after the unfortunate Spanish who died here in 1588, when many ships of the Spanish Armada were wrecked during stormy weather. Those who escaped from their sinking ships and made it safely to land were executed by Sir Turlough O'Brien of Liscannor and Boethius Clancy, High Sheriff of County Clare.
few lovely jammers here lol... and a lovely sunny day in howth ..
Old Jameson Distillery in Dublin, Ireland. Established in 1780, this distillery has been making the world's favorite Irish whiskey for over 200 years. Learn everything about Jameson's production, from the mashing and fermenting to the triple distillation process, which separates it from so many other whiskeys. Watch David as he becomes an Official Jameson Irish Whiskey Taster, or head to Dublin to get your own diploma. For more information on the Old Jameson Distillery, check out the David's Been Here Guide to Ireland, now available for your Kindle as well.
Tommy and Johnny are two Dublin gents who meet each week in Fallons pub. Dublin's changed a lot in their time, and here they tell the stories of their lives from childhood memories to the present day. For more stories check out www.storymap.ie
'Bang bang' was one of the most famous street characters to ever walk Dublin's streets. A big child, who lived his life as one long game of cowboys and indians, shooting people with a steel key which he called his 'colt 45, which he got off hitler'. His key was recently donated to Dublin City Archives. Leo Magee knew Bang Bang as a child and works in the archives, and here he tells a charming series of memories of the eccentric cowboy. For more stories check out www.storymap.ie
the insight was made to a trusted colleague during a private dinner in Downing Street to celebrate the British victory in the Falklands War. Thatcher: Ireland and the Iron Lady tells the story of Thatcher's relationship with Ireland. During her premiership, nowhere was Margaret Thatcher's influence on world affairs more complex, contentious and turbulent than on the island of Ireland. Thatcher's 12 years of dictating British policy produced a legacy of bitterness and entrenched division that continues to spark impassioned responses to this day. The documentary examines her relationship with Taoisigh Jack Lynch, Charles Haughey and Garret Fitzgerald and provides an insight behind the scenes to key events such as the IRA hunger strikes and the signing of the Anglo-Irish Agreement in 1985. During the 1980s David Goodall was one of the most senior British diplomats involved in negotiating the Anglo-Irish Agreement in 1985. After the British victory in the Falklands he spoke to the British Prime Minister at a private dinner. In the documentary Sir David Goodall says: "I said in the course of this conversation: Relations between Ireland and Britain are complicated by the fact that so many of us are in this country are of Irish descent, and although they don't like to say so, so many people on the island of Ireland are actually of British descent." "Mrs. Thatcher listened to that and then she said: I am completely English. So I said: Well, I'm not. I mean, one of my grandfathers was born in Ireland and there are hundreds of thousands of people in this country like me. And she said: H'mm, now you mention it my great, great grandmother was O'Sullivan, so perhaps I'm one 16th Irish" "At the end of this conversation she said reflectively: H'mm, if we get back again I think I'd like to do something about Ireland." Thatcher: Ireland and the Iron Lady features interviews with former Labour leader and Tánaiste Dick Spring, Michael Lillis, a senior Government's negotiator during the Anglo-Irish Agreement and Martin Mansergh, Charles Haughey's special advisor on Northern Ireland. It also includes contributions form many of Thatcher's former British cabinet ministers and key advisers including Charles Powell, her former Private Secretary, Douglas Hurd, former British Foreign Secretary and her press officer and staunch ally, Sir Bernard Ingham.
We will be judged on how we treat the poor. The immigrant. The homeless. The poor are our salvation. Mother Teresa's contemplative life was through service to the poor, Jesus' most distressing disguise. Our Holy Father Pope Francis is saying the same thing. The truth never changes. Wherever is the poor, the helpless, the fatherless, motherless orphan, the one in need, there is Christ, waiting for us. In her second appearance on Irish television Mother Teresa of Calcutta talks to Nodlaig McCarthy about her life and work. The first broadcast aired on September 15, 1974
Irish poet and playwright Paula Meehan speaks with poet Michael Collier about her inner city Dublin childhood, her education, her poetry and her work in women's prisons. Meehan reads "My Father Perceived as a Vision of St. Francis," "The Ghost of my Mother Comforts Me," and "Dharmakaya." Carol Ann Duffy, Britain's poet laureate, says: "Paula Meehan is that rare and precious thing, a vocational poet of courage and integrity." Collier and Meehan talk about the change in her poetry in her then-newest book, "Pillow Talk." For more information about "The Writing Life" and HoCoPoLitSo (the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society), visit www.hocopolitso.org.
SYNOPSIS: Based on the idea that people are the very essence of a city, this documentary attempts to show Dublin from the inside, giving back to the people what the city owes them. We, people, are the ones who make the city. We make Dublin, We are Dublin! To illustrate this, we have interviewed three people, Anne Bedos, Aidan Kelly and Morgan who are dedicated to Dublin. Anne Bedos is French and is the founder of Rothar, a bicycle recycling organisation which restores old bikes, put them back on the road and also promotes bicycles as an ecological means of transport. Aidan Kelly is an Irish photographer who works on a project called "This Place", which consists in black and white photographies of Dublin with a written text on them and which represents the love and hate relationship he has got with the city. Morgan is an Irish artist and has been involved in a number of charity projects in the city. He is passionate about his work and loves his city. All of them contribute to make Dublin the city we live in, the city we love. We make Dublin, We are Dublin
The Irish War of Independence (Irish: Cogadh na Saoirse,) Anglo-Irish War, Black and Tan War, or Tan War was a guerrilla war mounted by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) against the British government and its forces in Ireland. It began in January 1919, following the Irish Republic's declaration of independence. Both sides agreed to a ceasefire (or "truce") in July 1921. The post-ceasefire talks led to the December 1921 Anglo-Irish Treaty. This treaty ended British rule in most of Ireland and, after a ten-month transitional period overseen by a provisional government, the Irish Free State was established. However, six northern counties remained within the United Kingdom as Northern Ireland, with its own devolved parliament. After the ceasefire, political and sectarian violence (between republicans and loyalists, and between Irish Catholics and Protestants) continued in Northern Ireland for many months
1of 3 amazing stuff. The life and music of Mícheál Ó Domhnaill, legendary singer and guitar player and member of The Bothy Band - the most influential traditional group of all out of Ireland in the 1970s. Mícheál Ó Domhnaill'd career spanned 50 years. He is hailed as one of the legends of traditional Irish music, before his sudden death. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%ADc... Programme broadcast by Irish language (Gaelic) public television TG4, Teilifís na Gaeilge http://www.tg4.tv. If has a fabulous free, high quality, Video on Demand (VOD) service available the world over. TG4 Player allows viewers globally to watch much of TG4 live and also some previously aired programming on demand for a limited time (occasional English-language foreign series are sometimes blocked for viewers outside Ireland because of rights issues).