In “The First Hundred Years: Albert Dryer and the Irish National Association” producer J.J. O'Shea explores the aims and achievements of an important Irish Cultural organisation founded in 1915 in Sydney, Australia, and the life of the man who was the driving force behind the association. The story of the Irish in Australia remains a relatively unexamined aspect of the Irish emigration story and this programme shines a light on some surprising aspects of that story.
"The First Hundred Years" was Produced by J.J. O'Shea.
Excerpts from the INA Centenary Oral History Project were used with the kind permission of the National Library of Australia.
This programme was supported by a grant from Coimisiún na Meán as part of the Sound and Vision Scheme.