Ep 1966: Frank Connolly recalls the horror of the Dublin Monaghan Bombings 50 years ago

Frank Connolly joins Eamon to talk about the Dublin Monaghan Bombings of 17th May 1974, 50 years ago this week. Frank is an investigative journalist and author.His most recent book, Conspiracy of Lies (2019), is set against the backdrop of the events of that day and the aftermath. Conspiracy of Lies has just been released as an audiobook, narrated by Stephen Rae, produced by Tom Lee with actors Liadh Connolly and Eoin Lynam playing the leading characters. Conspiracy of Lies is available at https://www.mercierpress.ie/irish-books/a-conspiracy-of-lies-book/ both as a paperback and as an audiobook.

Published: 16/05/2024

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