Four Citizen Research Group leads sought for creative community activities, linked with the Liveprool irish Famine Trail.
Jack Byrne is a Liverpool-Irish writer, living abroad,who writes books on the subject of his ancestry and birthplace.
Ireland Reaching Out traces the Irish heritage of a man who would change the shape of football in Liverpool forever (John McKenna 1855-1936).
On the launch of his third book, Ged Melia gives us an insight in to his most recent creations set in 1840-50s Liverpool.
Charting her experiences at Liverpool Irish Festival's, Limerick-playwright Carrie Barrett, examines and shares her experiences.
A dinosaur egg find aniversary prompts Irish language enthusiast, Alan O Raighne, to think about language and connection with heritage.