The history week ahead on tv and radio: 7 November to 13 November

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Saturday

16:55 1989: Day by day, radio, BBC R2

 19:30 More than museums: Poetry Ireland, radio, RTE R1

18.05 Pieces of the wall, radio, RTE R1

20.00 The day of the Kamikaze, tv, Channel 4.

20:05 The secret life of the berlin wall, tv, BBC2

21.15 The noughties… was that it?, tv, BBC3

21:30 Flags of our father, tv, RTE2

Sunday

13:30 A short history of Ireland Omnibus, radio, BBC Radio Ulster

16.30 Adventures in poetry, radio, BBC R4

16:55 1989: day by day, radio, BBC R4

19:00 Talking history, radio, Newstalk 106

21:00 Garrow’s law: tales from the Old Bailey (historical legal drama), tv, BBC1

22.00 Cerbh E (traditional influences), tv, TG4

23:00 1989: day by day omnibus, radio, BBC R4

Monday

Various times, The Crescent and the cross, radio, BBC world service.

14.25 Last voices of World War I, tv, Channel 4

16:55 1989: day by day, radio, BBC R4

19.30 Cloch le Carn, Nuala O Faolain, tv, RTE 1

20:00 The Great War, not forgotten tv, Ch4

21.00 Digging up the Dead (Spanish Civil war), tv, BBC 4.

22.00 Arts tonight: celebration of Thomas Kilroy, radio, RTE R1

Tuesday

14.00 Ardtrathnona, Patrick Pearse, radio, RTE RnaG

16:55 1989: day by day, radio, BBC R4

18:55 A short history of Ireland, radio, BBC Radio Ulster

22:45 Beyond the Berlin Wall, tv, RTE1

00.25 Hungary 1956: Our Revolution, tv, BBC 4

Wednesday

Various 1989 Zeiss- A state within a state, radio, BBC world service

16:55 1989: day by day, radio, BBC R4

18.30 Nick Mohammed: Apollo 21, radio BBC R4

18:55 A short history of Ireland, radio, BBC Radio Ulster

21:00 Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain, tv, BBC2

21.30 Teorainn: history of the border in Ireland, tv, TG4

Thursday

13.30 Sea of Sand (1958, film), tv, Channel 4

16:55 1989: day by day, radio, BBC4

18:55 A short history of Ireland, radio, BBC Radio Ulster

19:30 A short history of Ireland omnibus, radio, BBC Radio Ulster

21.00 The History of Christianity, tv, BBC 4

21:30 Cowboys (Tomas O Suilleabhain travels to Butch Cassidy’s home state ), tv, TG4

22.00 Rapairi (first of new six part series dealing with 18th and 19th century Raparees)

Friday

16:55 1989: day by day, radio, BBC4

18:55 A short history of Ireland, radio, BBC Radio Ulster

20:30 The way we worked (sugar manufacturing), tv, RTE1

21:50 Cowboys (documentary on Custer) followed by the film They died in their boots), tv, TG4

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6 Responses to “The history week ahead on tv and radio: 7 November to 13 November”

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