Why is there a monument about a South African war in the middle of Dublin City?8 min
What does the founding of the Green have to do with a pint of the black stuff?7 min
What secret are the rocks around the waterfall hiding?7 min
Did James Joyce meet Leopold Bloom in Stephen's Green?6 min
French, Monk's, Beaux, Leeson: what's the story behind the street names around us?7 min
Have you heard of Operation Shamrock, which took place just after World War 2?7 min
This stop includes the story of the most controversial dog in 1960s Dublin.6 min
What was Thomas Kettle fighting for?10 min
Did you know where your weekend came from?12 min
Two enormous statues used to dominate the Green, but where are they now?8 min
This is the ultimate guide to St Stephen's Green Park; its history, its sculpture, and its Victorian landscape.
'The Green' has been at the centre of Dublin life for hundreds of years. It was occupied by rebels led by Countess Markievicz during the Easter Rising. It was where a young James Joyce met the man who would inspire Ulysses. It was where suffragettes met in 1918 before voting for the very first time in a General Election.
Narrated by Jack Murphy, who first walked through the Fusiliers Arch over seventy years ago, this unmissable audio tour takes you on a journey through the last three centuries of Dublin's cultural history.