Interview: Myles Dungan, Broadcaster and Historian

Pue’s Interviews is a regular series of short questions and answers with those who work in the history industry in Ireland – in the museums, universities, publishers, libraries, archives and elsewhere – to give an insight into the people who make it tick.

Interview date: 23 July 2009

Pue with MicrophoneWhat book do you wish you had written?

Catch 22.

What would you do if you were not working in broadcasting?

Probably still doing secondary teaching.

When was the last time you looked at Wikipedia?

Two days ago.

What event had the greatest impact on history in Ireland?

The Parnellite split.

What are you reading now?

William O’Brien’s Recollections (1905) and Petticoat Rebellion: The Anna Parnell Story (2009).

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One Response to “Interview: Myles Dungan, Broadcaster and Historian”

  1. Celebrate the printed word: World Book Day « Pue's Occurrences Says:

    […] Myles Dungan (RTE): Joseph Heller’s Catch 22. […]

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