• Holy Wells

    Interview with Olive Keane, talking to Phil Dunphy OSi Originally a native of Fermoy Co Cork, Olive Keane attended school in Carrick-On-Suir and studied at University College, Cork, where she was awarded a BA in Irish and Archaeology. In 2014, Olive retired from teaching in Ardmore Co Waterford. Olive has for several years been interested […]

  • Love Maps

    Maps can be Endlessly Fascinating Historical Documents – and a lot of Fun For some, the advent of the ‘Sat Nav’ was a dream come true. For me, I love maps. With a map you know exactly where you are (most of the time!), and if lost, can begin to find a way out. Perhaps […]

  • Base Lines project

    Interview with Andy McGill, talking to Pat Kenny OSi “The Baselines Project effectively defines our territorial waters” The task of map making would usually be associated with people in yellow jackets taking readings from instruments mounted on tripods on very firm ground or carefully drafting detailed maps in quiet, even dusty offices. Recently a very […]