The history week ahead…on tv and radio: Saturday 24 October- Friday 30 October

tvSaturday:
18.05: Documentary on One: The Starry Frame (letters from Irish migrants in Australia, 1849), RTÉ Radio 1

19.00: Fifty years of Music in DublinRTÉ Lyric FM.

19.30: The Scarlet Pimpernel, BBC 4 tv

20.30: Glortha an Ghorta: Great Irish Famine Folklore, RTÉ Radio 1.

21.00: Terror! Robespierre and the French Revolution, BBC 4 tv

Sunday:
13.15: Pobal ar Aire! Gluaiseacht Chearta Sibhialta na Gaeltachta 1969-2009, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta

18.30: Reeling in the years 1997, RTÉ 1 tv

19.00: Reeling in the years 1998, RTÉ 1 tv

19.00: Not Forgotten: The Men Who Wouldn’t Fight, Channel 4

19.00: Talking History, Newstalk

20.00: A Tale of Two Britains (Britain in the 1930s), BBC 4 tv

Monday:
13.30: Remember, Remember… 1969, RTÉ Radio 1

15.45: A History of Private Life, BBC Radio 4

20.00: The Twenties in Colour: The Wonderful World of Albert Kahn, BBC 4 tv

21.00: Glamour’s Golden Age: The 1920s, BBC 4 tv

Tuesday:
15.00: Making History, BBC Radio 4

15.45: A History of Private Life, BBC Radio 4

20.00: 1989: How the Wall Fell, BBC Radio 4

21.00: 300 (film), TV3

Wednesday:
15.45: A History of Private Life, BBC Radio 4

19.30: The Golden Age of Liners, BBC 4 tv

21.00: Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain, BBC 2

21.00: High Flyer: How Britain Took to the Air, BBC 4 tv

Thursday:
9.00: In Our Time, BBC Radio 4

15.45: A History of Private Life, BBC Radio 4

22.00: An Bóthar go dtí an Whitehouse, TG4

22.00: 1929: The Great Crash, BBC 4 tv

Friday:
15.45: A History of Private Life, BBC Radio 4

19.00: Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain, BBC 2

20.30: The Way We Worked, RTÉ 1 tv

20.30: Cowboys: Gunfight at the OK Corral, TG4

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