# heritage - Saturday 4 October, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman criss-crosses the country to bring you a massive cairn in Sligo, a castle in Antrim with a bloody past, and a dolmen with an interesting supersition…
# heritage - Sunday 24 August, 2014
Medieval human remains found in Dublin city centre have thrown up many questions for archaeologists.
# heritage - Saturday 23 August, 2014
In this special edition of our Heritage Ireland series, Neil Jackman takes his pick of Heritage Week events and fun…
# heritage - Saturday 9 August, 2014
Dunmore Cave has a chilling tale to tell visitors.
# heritage - Wednesday 30 July, 2014
Fr Frank Browne’s work as a photographer is being remembered.
# heritage - Saturday 26 July, 2014
Let archaeologist Neil Jackman lead you through the amazing past and present of Hook Lighthouse as well as trips to a major ancient monastery and Georgian splendour.
# heritage - Saturday 28 June, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman guides us to an ancient monastery with breathtaking sculpture, a medieval fortress built by an Irish lord – and a manor house fit for a queen…
# heritage - Wednesday 18 June, 2014
Management sent around a clever text before an intermediate and junior session last night.
# heritage - Sunday 25 May, 2014
The Battle of Clontarf did not go down exactly as you might have read in primary school.
# heritage - Friday 16 May, 2014
They won’t be demolished but An Taisce want a national monument on the site.
# heritage - Monday 5 May, 2014
Restored buildings managed by the Landmark Trust are in danger following funding cuts.
# heritage - Wednesday 30 April, 2014
Leo Varadkar announces ambition to bring 7.5 million visitors here in next two years.
# heritage - Tuesday 29 April, 2014
The National Archives and findmypast.ie team up to release records which survived Civil War blaze.
# heritage - Saturday 19 April, 2014
Lovely Doneraile Park, ancient Derrynaflan and iconic Clonmacnoise – archaeologist Neil Jackman guides you through these magical sites.
A post-mortem carried out on the male eagle confirmed it had been hit with around 50 shotgun pellets.
# heritage - Friday 18 April, 2014
Thousands of walkers, both religious and non-religious, are expected to take part in the first-ever National Pilgrim Paths Day tomorrow.
# heritage - Saturday 5 April, 2014
This week, archaeologist Neil Jackman guides us through a mysterious and massive Bronze Age complex in Tyrone and medieval treasures in Kildare and Kilkenny.
# heritage - Sunday 30 March, 2014
“The tide can be flooding past the rock so you only get one shot,” Walsh explains.
# heritage - Saturday 22 March, 2014
This week in 1923 saw an extraordinary boxing match emerge amid the chaos of the Irish Civil War.
This week, Neil Jackman looks at three off-the-beaten-track places to visit this weekend in Tipperary, Kerry and the Dublin mountains.
# heritage - Tuesday 18 March, 2014
Researchers tested a 19th century microscopic slice of the rock to see what they could find out.
# heritage - Friday 14 March, 2014
A family joinery company were inspired by short film Bye Bye Now – about demise of phoneboxes – to reproduce replicas of the iconic piece of Irish street furniture. Barack Obama might be getting one today.
# heritage - Saturday 8 March, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman takes us on a guided tour of the treasures of one of Ireland’s most important historical hotspots.
# heritage - Thursday 6 March, 2014
Everything happening in Leinster House today.
# heritage - Monday 3 March, 2014
Deterioration in state of ancient Roman site described as “dramatic”.
# heritage - Wednesday 22 January, 2014
Our Arts minister is unable to represent his department with any real knowledge, and is therefore failing to exploit what could be a multi-billion euro industry, writes Eoin Lynch.
# heritage - Sunday 19 January, 2014
Almost 180 people were admitted to hospital following the fire.
# heritage - Friday 10 January, 2014
The ‘Sunbeam’ schooner had lain partially buried in the sand just offshore ever since she ran aground while on a voyage from Kinvara in Cork in 1903.
# heritage - Thursday 26 December, 2013
Archaeologist Neil Jackman picks fascinating sites nationwide for a stroll today.
# heritage - Monday 23 December, 2013
The theatre closed in 2007 for renovation after a fire caused extensive smoke damage.
# heritage - Thursday 12 December, 2013
The majority of Irish people are favourably disposed towards the language, writes Seán Mag Leannáin, who says that’s a bit of a miracle given the forces raging against it.
# heritage - Monday 9 December, 2013
# heritage - Monday 25 November, 2013
Minister Brian Hayes stressed today that the businesses will have to be “in keeping with the heritage and with the recreational nature of the sites”.
# heritage - Saturday 9 November, 2013
This week, archaeologist Neil Jackman is awed by the Neolithic treasures of Lough Gur, as well as a stunning Kerry fort complex and a Galway medieval cathedral.
# heritage - Monday 4 November, 2013
Notorious Fremantle Prison to mark contribution of all transported convicts to the building of Western Australia – including Irish.
# heritage - Saturday 2 November, 2013
You’ll be inspired to take a trip to your local heritage site after reading this.
A local group has said that there is a medieval gable wall at one of the houses but the council said there is not yet sufficient evidence of this.
# heritage - Friday 1 November, 2013
The NLI has become first Irish group to feature on Google Cultural Institute, bringing their archive to world attention.
# heritage - Thursday 31 October, 2013
The government is abolishing a scheme that gave bonus marks to people sitting civil service entrance exams if they speak Irish.
# heritage - Wednesday 30 October, 2013
Kilkenny County Council’s archaeologists say that a site on Vicar Street contains no traces of a medieval minister’s house, but An Taisce disagrees.