Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
How brothers Arthur Shields and Barry Fitzgerald went from Dublin to Hollywood.
Do you know the difference between the Guinness harp and the Irish government's harp symbol?
Chilling last words of a 19-year-old Cork man who died on the RMS Titanic after it struck an iceberg, en route to New York.
Delia McDermott survived the Titanic despite climbing out of a lifeboat to retain a prized possession. She was one of 14 people from Addergoole in Co Mayo who boarded the liner, 11 of whom perished.
This should have been the week when politicians of all stripes march out to the pitching mound, prove they never played baseball growing up, and people cheer just the same
Most tourists, both Irish and international, will be unfamiliar with Rathcroghan in County Roscommon, but it used to be Ireland's ancient royal capital.
Did you know that approximately 300 women took part in the Easter Rising?
As the name suggests, an American wake is quite similar to a funeral wake, except for one key difference; the person being waked is still alive.
Today, April 3, marks National Tweed Day! We celebrate with a look inside the family-run artisans Molloy & Sons.
Being Chief Purser on the Titanic was a huge responsibility – and it was filled by an Irishman who was larger than life and the last word in gallantry.
Do you know how Hollywood, California, got its name? Its start has its beginning right back in Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
Titanic experts are at odds over reports that human remains may be embedded in the wreckage of the White Star Liner.
A famous Greek astronomer and cartographer, Ptolemy's map of Ireland is incredibly accurate even though it was penned way back in 140AD.
The story of Pushinka, the puppy given to the Kennedy family by the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Celtic culture can be found in eight different European regions.
The museum features a reconstruction of the Moore family home from the late 1860s and shows the hardships encountered by poor Irish immigrants in Manhattan.
The tragic story of the Irish “mud crawlers” who fled to Wales during the Famine.
There's more than meets the eye to Odd Man Out, a Laurie Green novel turned into a movie in 1947 but does it glorify the Irish Republican Army.
On March 30, 1880, Irish playwright Sean O'Casey was born. Today we celebrate his life and works and the controversy The Plough and the Stars at the Abbey Theater caused.
The chance discovery of ancient bones under an Irish pub in County Antrim in the mid-2000s has cast doubt over whether Irish people are actually related to the ancient Celts at all.
In August 1971, Joan Connolly, a mother of eight, was one of 10 people shot dead by soldiers in the Ballymurphy massacre.
There are O'Neills in all walks of life, including politicians, playwrights, and even royalty.
Take a tour of 1969 Ireland with this video, "Cead Mile Failte," from the Irish Film Institute.
First-ever human interest interview was with a grieving Irish famine mother
Niall of the Nine Hostages, the incredibly fertile Irish warlord, is thought to have 3 million descendants worldwide today.
The best way to watch Irish music shows and events online
Irish music and dance session breaks out on flight to Kerry
Moving tribute to Kennedy wife and son lost at sea by heartbroken husband
Coronavirus live updates: More than 6,000 cases on the island of Ireland
When Guinness trademarked symbol of the harp before the Irish Government
Irish couple celebrate 50th wedding anniversary in this heartbreaking photo
Ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day that don't involve a pub
Irish woman celebrates 100th birthday while socially distancing
Ireland encouraged to “shine a light” for healthcare workers next week
HSE says 20% of PPE from China "unsuitable" for Irish healthcare workers