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You can follow Sarah @firstname.lastname@example.org and follow the podcast @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie
In our most recent podcast episode we spoke to Dublin City Council historian-in-residence Mary Muldowney about left approaches to history.
If you're interested in #Activism, #LeftPolitics, and #IrishHistory, you can follow the podcast on the #Fediverse @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie
#ICYMI in our March episode of the Irish Left Archive Podcast (@ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie) we spoke to two members of the Irish Anarchist Network about organising the newly-formed group, practical activism and direct action, and the contemporary political landscape in Ireland.
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New episode of the Irish Left Archive Podcast @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie!
In this episode we speak to two members of the Irish Anarchist Network about the formation and growth of the network and how they went about organising and structuring it; their orientation towards direct action and the balance between practical activism and theoretical discussion; their own individual backgrounds and attraction to anarchism; and contemporary issues in Irish society and approaches to the far-right.
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You can follow Terry and the podcast @email@example.com
The ILA podcast can be followed directly too: @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie
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Follow the podcast directly @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie
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Follow the Irish Left Podcast @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie
We spoke to Allan in episode 24 of the Irish Left Archive Podcast about his political background and activism on the Scottish left; the Republican Communist Forum (@firstname.lastname@example.org); the politics of Republicanism and Internationalism from Below, and linking movements in Scotland, Ireland and across these islands.
You can follow the podcast directly @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie.
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We previously spoke to Roger Cole of the Peace and Neutrality Alliance (PANA) on the Irish Left Archive Podcast (@ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie), who was involved in organising the 2003 anti-war march.
You can follow the podcast @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie
New podcast episode!
We talk to Éirígí activist Mickey Moran about his experience of campaigning and organising on the left, his perspective on Republicanism and the development of his politics.
You can follow the podcast directly @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie for updates, as well as subscribe to the feed in the usual apps. Thanks to Mickey for taking the time to talk to us!
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Do people use the links to various platforms on podcast pages?
We've recently moved our podcast over to Castopod (@ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie) and are wondering if they add anything or are just noise.
Castopod has icons for lots of platforms, but which, if any, should we include on the site?
A new home for the Irish Left Archive Podcast! https://podcast.leftarchive.ie/
Hopefully the transition will be relatively seamless, but please let us know if you have any issues.
You can now get updates by following the podcast on the Fediverse @ILAPodcast@podcast.leftarchive.ie.
Thanks to @Castopod@podlibre.social for their work on free software podcast hosting.
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To mark the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday last year, we spoke to Dr. Brian Hanley about the reaction in the Republic of Ireland to the events in Derry on 30th January 1972, when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers, killing 14 and injuring several others. The reaction in the South saw walkouts and strikes, a national day of mourning, the burning of the British embassy in Dublin, and mass protests around the country.
#Ireland #Politics #History #BloodySunday #BloodySunday51 #IrishLeftArchive #Podcast
New podcast episode:
We talk to academic and author Michael Flavin about his novel, One Small Step . Published by Vulpine Press, the novel tells the story of a young boy from a Northern Irish catholic background growing up in Birmingham in the 1970s and the impact of the 1974 Birmingham bombings. We discuss Michael’s own background, coming from an Irish family in Birmingham, which he drew on for the novel, and his research into the Troubles, which also led to publishing the academic article, “Four Typologies of Leadership Applied to a Survey of the Provisional IRA and Sinn Féin in the Troubles ”.
#Ireland #Politics #History #Birmingham #IrishLeftArchive #Podcast
in our January activist interview for the Irish Left Archive Podcast, we spoke to left activist, Vincent Doherty.
We discuss his politicisation growing up in Derry; his role in the Derry Republican movement and perspective on the Officials and the divisions which led to the formation of the IRSP; his work with the IMG and Troops Out Movement in England; joining Peoples' Democracy and his central role in the H-Blocks campaign during the 1981 hunger strikes; his move towards Sinn Féin and the influence of People’s Democracy; and his perspective on the contemporary left in Ireland.
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Finally, we finished the year speaking to Orla Egan and Megan Luddy O'Leary about their book, Diary of An Activist, which is an illustrated memoir of social activism in the 1980s and 90s in Cork.
In December, we had a special episode with Alan Kinsella of @email@example.com to introduce Snapshots of Political Action, a new joint project from Irish Election Literature and the Irish Left Archive, which aims to bring together material distributed at individual demonstrations, marches, rallies and protests in Ireland, providing a view of the different political strands and groups that come together in campaigns.
#Activism #Protest #SnapshotsOfPoliticalAction #IrishLeftArchive #Podcast
We returned in November with an interview with Pádraig Mannion, who has been a member of Official Sinn Féin and then The Workers' Party since the 1970s. We discussed his politicisation as a student, and the many activist and electoral campaigns he has been involved in, as well as the politics and development of the Workers' Party.