The Old Galway Diary – Episode 61

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In this episode, Tom Kenny is looking at the history of Digital, the computer factory set up in Galway in the 1980’s.  Ronnie O’Gorman is taking a closer look at the Black and Tans sacking of Clifden in the wake of two murdered RIC officers.  Further reading on the revolutionary period in Galway’s history can be accessed HERE or browse the ‘Revolution in Galway, 1913-23’, exhibition at Galway City Museum HERE.

Related Articles:

Digital Equipment Corporation, fifty years in Galway.

The attack on Clifden, “something of this sort…”

The Old Galway Diary podcast is available every week on the Advertiser Podcasts, Spotify, Apple and Google Podcast.

It is brought to you in partnership with The Galway Advertiser and features two of Galway’s finest writers and storytellers, Ronnie O’Gorman and Tom Kenny. Elaborating on topics they have covered in the paper in the Galway Diary and Old Galway section, and many other aspects of Galway life and history, they bring their inimitable style to allow you relax, listen and enjoy.


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