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Radical Science guide to Dublin

April 2013: The video “Dublin City: A Radical Science Guide” won the Uniquely Dublin competition, which was organised as a rebranding exercise for the capital.
The film by Oisin Byrne and Gary Farrelly is described as a “Flann O’Brien satire”.
There were over 3,000 entries and the winner was picked from a shortlist of 14 by a public [...]

Just Saying

This is a great 5 minute short about Dublin, the craic and the challenge of emigration. (Not for delicate ears BTW.)

Written by David Tynan. Performed by Emmet Kirwan. See IMDB for full credits.
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Baldoyle (Baile Dúill) comprises a small coastal village and wide surrounding area with suburban housing estates and farmland on the Northside of Dublin, in the part of the historic County Dublin now administered as Fingal, Ireland.
Location and Access
Baldoyle is located north east of the city, and borders Donaghmede, which was formed from its western part, [...]


Sutton (Irish: Cill Fhionntáin - Fintan’s cell or church) is a residential suburb of Dublin’s Northside, Ireland, at the base of Howth Head, the peninsula which forms the northern edge of Dublin Bay.
Location and geography
Located about 12 kilometres from the city centre, Sutton neighbours Howth, which occupies most of the peninsula, and Baldoyle and Bayside, [...]

Maureen Potter

Maria Philomena Potter (1925 - 7 April 2004), known as Maureen Potter, was an acclaimed Irish singer, actor, comedian and performer.
The daughter of a commercial traveller, born in Fairview, Dublin, Ireland and educated at St. Mary’s, Fairview, on Dublin’s Northside, she had a long career in the Irish theatre, mainly as a comedian, but also [...]


Drumcondra (Irish: Droim Conrach, meaning the Ridge of the Condraighe, who were a tribe from the 2nd century) is a residential area and inner suburb on the Northside of Dublin, Ireland. It was the central area of the district of Clonturk, and the two names were used equally for, for example, the religious and civil [...]

River Tolka

The River Tolka (Irish: An Tulcha) is a river which flows through Dublin, Ireland.
It rises near Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, passing Dunboyne, Mulhuddart, Blanchardstown, Finglas, then through the north Dublin district of Drumcondra (beside Tolka Park), Glasnevin, Ballybough and Fairview, before entering Dublin Bay at East Wall.
The Tolka is, with the River Liffey and the River Dodder [...]



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