The history week ahead…on tv and radio

tv Saturday:

15:35 The Battle of Britain (film, not documentary), RTE 2, tv

18:30 Kevin McCloud’s Grand Tour of Europe (part 4), Ch 4

19:00 The Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Revolutionaries, BBC 4, tv

20:00 Archive on 4: When Bailey Met Warhol, BBC 4, radio

Sunday:

13:30 A Short History of Ireland Omnibus, BBC Radio Ulster

18:05 Conspiracy: Irish Political Trials (part 3 of 4), RTE 1, radio

19:00 The Genius of Charles Darwin, CH 4

19:00 Talking History

21:00 Kevin McCloud’s Grand Tour of Europe, (conclusion), CH 4

Monday:

15:45 A History of Private Life (part 11 of 30), BBC 4, radio

19:00 Saving Britain’s Past (history of Brick Lane in London), BBC 2, tv

18:55 A Short History of Ireland, BBC Radio Ulster

21:35 Who Do You Think You Are? (this week’s guest is Fionnula Flanagan), RTE 1, tv

Tuesday:

15:45 A History of Private Life (12 of 30), BBC 4, radio

18:55 A Short History of Ireland, BBC Radio Ulster

Wednesday:

15:45 A History of Private Life (13 of 30), BBC 4, radio

18:55 A Short History of Ireland, BBC Radio Ulster

Thursday:

15:45 A History of Private Life (14 of 30), BBC 4, radio

18:55 A Short History of Ireland, BBC Radio Ulster

21:30 Cowboys: The Alamo, TG4

22:00 An Bothar go dti an Whitehouse (documentary about James Michael Curley, American politician and son of Irish immigrants), TG4

Friday

15:45 A History of Private Life (13 of 30), BBC 4, radio

18:55 A Short History of Ireland, BBC Radio Ulster

20:30 Cowboys: Billy the Kid (travel/documentary hosted by Machan Magan, followed by 1973 Western, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid), TG4

20:30 The Way We Worked (1st in new series on work in Ireland after WWII), RTE 1, tv

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