Personal stories: 17 March 2011
Tell us your Irish story
Visitors to Not Just Ned: A true history of the Irish in Australia told their own Irish stories. Watch what they had to say.
One man's sedition is another man's speech
The night of the exhibition launch, guest speaker and author Tom Keneally sat down and told his Irish story.
Enough! We're going to Australia
Sheilagh Sullivan talks about growing up in Australia in an Irish household.
A moving experience
Sr Bernadette Wallis talks about being 'entwined in the land of my great grandmothers'.
My favourite place in Ireland
Bearnaí Ó Doibhlin - An áit is ansa liom in Éirinn (My favourite place in Ireland)
Angela Devlin - 'In my heart I'll always be Irish'
My convict ancestors
Trish Downes - 'My convict ancestors'
Marilyn Folger - 'Excavating my Irish heritage in Canberra'
Eoghan O'Byrne bought a one way ticket to new horizons.
Peace and reconciliation
Reverend Professor James Haire on peace and reconciliation.
Exhibition curator Cinnamon van Reyk
Cinnamon Van Reyk talks about young backpackers who left Ireland for love.
A fortunate life
Tim Beckett talks about his fortunate life.
The beauty of Ireland
Siobhán Ní Fhaoláin - 'I carry the beauty of Ireland within me ...'
Maureen Brown - 'Irish-Australian Sign language'
Cheryl Mongan - 'Freedom from famine; freedom from political oppression'
The Irish influence in Australia
Susan Ryan - 'The Irish influence in Australia'
Exhibition curator Richard Reid
Richard Reid talks about Not Just Ned: A true history of the Irish in Australia.
The country for me
Evelyn Callaghan - 'This is the country for me!'
Prisoner of war
Bill Fegan talks about his ancestor who was the first Australian Irish Republican prisoner of war.