The origins of the celts and the lands to which they went (from China to Ireland and in between)
The time of Queen Gráinne Uí Mháille (1500s), who made her mark in a turbulent Ireland.
The 1798 Rebellion, when Presbyterians and Catholics stood against the might of England, with help from Napoleon.
Stories, from the 1800s, of the lives and impact of all-powerful English Landlords, after the rule of Gaelic chieftains and their ancient laws was ended.
Notes from the Famine period of 1845-1847
Current difficulties faced by Gaelic speakers and possible hopeful opportunities.