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Mick Ord: Adoption, Discovery and The Power of Memory
Ronan MacManus: Bible Code Sundays Among The Irish Of London
Chia Phoenix: Getting To “Gwan” – Celtic and Caribbean Connections
John Wardle, aka Jah Wobble: Putting Some Food On It With A London-Irish Geezer
Josie O’Driscoll: Holocaust, Independence And The Future For Travellers In Herts
John Lee and Martin Nutty – Irish Stew: The Word From New York
Eithne Browne: From Ballina to Brookie and Beyond…
Patrick Osborne: Telling Tales from London to Dublin, to Birmingham and Back
Fr Bernárd Lynch: The “AIDS Priest” from Co Clare Finds Love In London
Brian O’Neill: Dimple Discs and the Music of the Diaspora
Warren Reilly: Design, Discovery and a Duchess
Margaret Urwin: Seeking Justice For The Forgotten
Chelsea McDonagh: Fighting for Traveller Education
Jack Byrne: Writing Away Amnesia
Tony Frisby – Football and Poetry, Past and Present
Chris McDonagh – Traveller, Activist, Father
Jessica Martin – Family, Spitting Image and Drawing Life
Lorraine Maher – Putting Faces on Walls Across the World
Ruth McHugh – The View From Paddy’s Wigwam
Geraldine Judge – A Dub in Liverpool, A Scouser in Ireland
Anthony Ekundayo Lennon – Actor. Director. Genetic Echo
Pauline Nevins: A Mixed-Race Daughter In A White Irish Family
Jo Neary: Cornwall, an Irish Gran and Other People’s Voices
Adrian Lunney: Building Sites, Fiddle Lessons and Being a Republican in Purley
Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for “Dublin’s Twin City”
Mo O’Connell and Mary Tynan: From Ireland to England and Back Again
Laurence Cox: Empire, Sedition and the Forgotten Irish Buddhist Monk Who Faced Down the British in Burma
Nathan Mannion – Migration, Family and Stories at EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum.
Zoe Lyons: Stand-up, Passport Paddies, Just A Minute and Gingsters
Rosemary Adaser: Finding A Voice And Using It To Be Heard For The Mixed-Race Irish
Dame Elizabeth Anionwu: the Heritage of Racism, the Politics of Health
Leeds Irish Centre – Half a Century of the Craic in West Yorkshire
SuAndi: Growing up Nigerian-Irish in Manchester
Cherry Smyth: Bombs, Belfast and Blank Verse
Tony Murray: London Irish, Punk and Lockdown Walks
Niamh Lear: Human Geography, Rugby and Passport Paddies
Jess Moriarty: Grandmothers, Witches, Writing and “God”
Craig Jordan-Baker: Maps of Fantasy Islands, Books of Brick and Mortar
Nick Burbridge: Secrets of Family and State
Paul Moriarty: From County Kilburn to Albert Square
Bridget Whelan: Catholic Newspapers, The Daily Mirror and Italia ’90
Janet Behan: Brendan, Brian, Kathleen and Me
Paddy O’Keeffe: Bernard-Shaw, Unions and Expectations of Irishness
John O’Donoghue: Unwinding The Neck – London, Asylums and Poetry