February 26th, 2016
Episode 1730 of 3684 episodes
100 years ago, Ireland was under British rule. On Easter week 1916, Rebels famously fought for Irelandâs freedom, and it came to a head in the General Post Office Dublin.It was there that the rebels sang 'A Soldier's Song' together, which was later to be adopted as the national anthem of the Republic of Ireland (in Gaelic, 'Amhran na bhFiann') This radio piece from TG4 takes us from the scene of the rebellion, to the present day, telling the story of how Ireland was born and shaped from that fateful Easter in 1916. Tune into Gaelic language TV station, TG4 for documentaries every Tuesday to learn more about how Ireland was affected by the events. Agency: Publicis, Dublin PLAY THE SPOT
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