The history week ahead… on TV and radio

19.00: The Pre-Raphaelites: The Victorian Revolutionaries, BBC 4 (tv).
Three Lives of Ghandi (part 1 of 3), BBC 2.
20.30: Glortha an Ghorta: Great Irish Famine Folklore, RTÉ Radio 1.

13.15: Pobal ar Aire: Gluaiseacht Chearta Sibhialta na Gaeltachta 1969-2009, Raidió na Gaeltachta.
18.05: Conspiracy: Irish Political Trials under the Union (part 2 of 4), RTÉ Radio 1.
18.30 & 19.00:
Reeling in the Years (1991 and 1992), RTÉ 1.
19.00: The Genius of Charles Darwin, Channel 4.
19.00: Talking History, Newstalk 106-108 fm.
21.00: Kevin McCloud’s Grand Tour of Europe (part 3 of 4), Channel 4.
21.30: Cogar: The story of the 1958 plane crash off the Connemara coast, TG4. (repeated on Tuesday, 20.00)

19.30: CSÍ: Cork’s Bloody Secret (investigating the IRA killings of thirteen west Cork protestants in 1922), RTÉ 1
21.35: Who Do You Think You Are? Diarmuid Gavin, RTÉ 1.
22.55: An Bóthar go dtí an Whitehouse: Alfred E. Smith, TG4.

20.00: History of Scotland, BBC 4 (tv).
21.00: Blitz: The Bombing of Coventry, 1940
, BBC 2.

21.00: Taste of Iran: a culinary and cultural history (part 1 of 4), BBC 4

9.00: In Our Time with Melvyn Bragg, BBC Radio 4.
13.10: Battle of the River Plate (film, 1957), Channel 4.
21.00: The Forgotten Irish: Irish women migrants in Britain, TV3.
22.00: An Bóthar go dtí an Whitehouse: Tom Pendergast, TG4.

20.30: Cowboys: The Irish at the Alamo (part 1 of 7), TG4
(followed by The Alamo (film, 1960) at 21.00).

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