# history - Yesterday’s News
# history - Wednesday 22 April, 2015
A closer look at the women cryptographers who were instrumental in the Allied war effort against the Nazis.
# history - Sunday 19 April, 2015
9.02 am, Wednesday 19 April, 1995.
The Northern Irishman believes that only Manchester United sit on par with the Reds, suggesting that Raheem Sterling would be taking a step down if he left Anfield.
# history - Friday 17 April, 2015
Archaeologist Neil Jackman explores two of Ireland’s most intriguing ancient sites – the Caves of Keash and Dun Aonghasa.
# history - Thursday 16 April, 2015
Dromore Mill has wet rooms and a bootroom. Say no more.
# history - Saturday 4 April, 2015
St Patrick’s Institution started in Co Tipperary – and was once condemned by Fr Edward Flanagan of ‘Boys’ Town’ fame.
Fancy stretching the legs over the Easter weekend? Archaeologist Neil Jackman has more suggestions for great historical sites to visit around the island of Ireland.
# history - Wednesday 1 April, 2015
We take a trip down memory lane to recall the westerners’ past efforts in the Challenge Cup.
# history - Sunday 29 March, 2015
The precursor to the CIA commissioned a 229-page report into the German leader.
# history - Sunday 22 March, 2015
That was three decades ago. In the last century.
# history - Monday 16 March, 2015
Documents and archaeological evidence paint a picture of the man behind the legend.
# history - Saturday 14 March, 2015
You can find 150 years of history on the streets if you know where to look.
# history - Sunday 8 March, 2015
Blue doesn’t even exist for everyone.
# history - Saturday 7 March, 2015
St Canice’s Cathedral – and its fantastically-preserved round tower – is a jewel in the centre of medieval Kilkenny.
# history - Sunday 22 February, 2015
Nothing prepared me for the unearthing this tale of witchcraft, lust and horror, set in 18th century Co Mayo.
# history - Saturday 21 February, 2015
Archaeologist Neil Jackman finds medieval magic in Limerick and a splendid demesne in Derry.
# history - Tuesday 10 February, 2015
You like old pubs? We’ve got old, old pubs.
# history - Wednesday 4 February, 2015
It’s handy to refer back to, but what if there are certain things you want to remove?
# history - Wednesday 28 January, 2015
# history - Sunday 25 January, 2015
Earhart disappeared in 1937 while attempting to circumnavigate the world.
# history - Sunday 18 January, 2015
Artist Pamela de Brí found lots of interesting people and places during her trip.
# history - Saturday 17 January, 2015
Eileen Gray was known for her pioneering work within architecture’s Modern Movement.
# history - Friday 16 January, 2015
IRFU match official Helen O’Reilly takes charge of her first Ulster Bank League clash.
# history - Wednesday 7 January, 2015
The market was opened in the early 1900s.
# history - Tuesday 6 January, 2015
The capsule from Samuel Adams is believed to contain old coins and documents.
# history - Monday 5 January, 2015
Until now, the name of Khentakawess had been unknown.
# history - Friday 2 January, 2015
Niall Henry went on to found Blue Raincoat Theatre.
# history - Saturday 27 December, 2014
The situation is detailed in a memo to Government from 1973.
# history - Wednesday 24 December, 2014
An Irishwoman and her friends sent comfort and hope to soldiers in the bleakest midwinters of the Great War.
# history - Sunday 21 December, 2014
Some of these recipes are a must-have for the cook in your life.
# history - Tuesday 9 December, 2014
Roisin Jordan was elected for the post in Tyrone.
# history - Sunday 30 November, 2014
The daughter of a Kerry clergyman, three Irish air aces and a Corkman who won the Victoria Cross – some of the hidden heroes of WWI.
# history - Saturday 22 November, 2014
The incredibly arduous siege at Castle Park in Kinsale saw the English gain the upper hand over a small Spanish band – but it took them 100 days.
Officially the greatest suit of all time.
# history - Friday 21 November, 2014
# history - Thursday 13 November, 2014
The room in a French village has remained as it was at the time of the World War I soldier’s death almost a century ago.
We take a look at what €3.5 million could get you around the country.
# history - Tuesday 4 November, 2014
New publication and guide uncover the 9th century power of a settlement at Woodstown on the River Suir.