BONUS SHOW FREE TO ALL – The Second Tan War With Ken And Brian Hanley
Last Friday on the Second Captains World Service Ken spoke to historian Brian Hanley about what Fine Gael were thinking with the planned RIC event and what the controversy tells us about Irish memory and the development of Irish nationalism – the show got a phenomenal response from listeners, and many asked us to make it free to all (as we did with the Jackson/Olding rape trial discussion).
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Spurs’ loss to Liverpool on Saturday was their fifth defeat under Jose Mourinho, and one in which Liverpool well and truly passed them off the pitch.
Why then do a lot of Spurs fans seem happy with their lot so far under Jose?https://t.co/nv66J65NC8 pic.twitter.com/7M5mYwK1vk
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) January 13, 2020