Friday, March 24, 2006

HistoryPodcast 54 - Charles Stewart Parnell

Charles Stewart Parnell (June 27, 1846 – October 6, 1891) was an Irish political leader and one of the most important figures in 19th century Ireland and the United Kingdom; William Ewart Gladstone thought him the most remarkable person he had ever met. A future Liberal Prime Minister, Herbert Henry Asquith, described him as one of the three or four greatest men of the nineteenth century, while Lord Haldane described him as the strongest man the British House of Commons had seen in 150 years.

H54 - Charles Stewart Parnell.mp3 15:19 - 14.2MB


Podcast for Good

Wikipedia Article

Clare County Library Also used as source for this podcast

Ireland Information site about Parnell

BBC History of Parnell


James Joyce:
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Penguin Classics)

Ulysses (Vintage International)

Finnegans Wake (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics)

Charles Stewart Parnell;: His love story and political life,

Parnell and Irish nationalism

Charles Stewart Parnell (Compact Irish History)

Bonnie and Clyde:
Ambush: The Real Story of Bonnie and Clyde


Shams - Falling from Grace

The Redline - Beautiful

Meg Allison - Missing Piece

Alex Brooke - Wanna tell you

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3-5pm Blackbeard: Terror at Sea

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American Experience: Eugene O'Neill

Listener Email

Hello, I just listened to your podcast. I liked it but there are a few errors. First of all you birth dates wrong. bonnie was born in 1909. Clyde in 1910. 2nd Ted rogers killed bucher in hillsboro Clyde was in the car. Ted rogers looked very much like ray hanillton that's why he was accused of the killing. 3rd Bonnie was not at that dance with clyde. 4th Bonnie never shot that bar in joplin. 5th Blance did 6 years not 10. her sentence was ten. Henry Methvin did not betray Bonnie and Clyde. Ivy Methvin was taking by the posse ( which included ted Hinton Who wrote the book ambush)and was forced to help the posse. After it was over Hinton and hamer Told Ivy Methvin if he keeps his mouth shut and dosn't tell the F.B.I. they would drop all the his son had in texas. Ted Hinton Tells this in his book. Why would he lie about that. He said they broke the law to get Bonnie and Clyde Hinton tarnist his carrer by atmiting that. read ambush and Bonnie ans Clyde a twenty first update. I hope you correct there errors. Thanks Dave