Louis Lentin

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Suffering Arsenal fans got some relief  when  Danny Welbeck scored his side’s second goal against Manchester United in the recent Premier League clash. Photograph: Adam Davy/PA

He was an Arsenal fan and, like many others, was unimpressed by the performance of the team this season. When he started talking about Arsenal and the(...)

Lancers charge on O’Connell Street for RTÉ’s 1966 series  ‘Insurrection’.

“Undoubtedly the most difficult and ambitious project ever attempted by Irish television.” That’s how the RTV Guide (as it then was) described the TV (...)

  Christine Buckley giving her response to the publication of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse report in 2009. Photograph:  Brenda Fitzsimons

Christine Buckley, who died on March 11th last, came from obscure origins.She was, in the harsh language of the day, illegitimate, half caste and aban(...)

Peter Jankowsky: valued as a stylist in a language not his own. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Peter Jankowsky, who has died aged 75, was an actor, a teacher, a book reviewer for this newspaper, a photographer, a writer and translator in both Ge(...)

Louis Lentin was perhaps best known as producer of the 1996 ground-breaking documentary Dear Daughter on child abuse at a Dublin orphanage. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The funeral of Louis Lentin (80) at the Jewish cemetery in Dublin’s Dolphin’s Barn this evening was short, simple and dignified. Former RTÉ hea(...)

Former RTÉ head of drama and ‘Dear Daughter’ producer Louis Lentin died last night at the age of 80 after a sudden illness. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Former RTÉ head of drama and ‘Dear Daughter’ producer Louis Lentin died last night at the age of 80 after a sudden illness.Mr Lentin worked for RTÉ fr(...)

One of the most significant documentaries ever broadcast on Irish television, Louis Lentin’s Dear Daughter (...)

 Christine Buckley at a silent march in solidarity with survivors of sexual abuse on Molesworth Strret, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The campaigner for survivors of institutional abuse, Christine Buckley, was one of the first former residents of the Goldenbridge orphanage in (...)

Those who insist that history is about movements not individuals might reflect on the achievements of Christine Buckley. Her story is hi(...)

Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald said Christine Buckley was a courageous and consistent campaigner for child protection and children’s rights.

Politicians and supporters of abuse survivors have been paying tribute to campaigner Christine Buckley following her death this morning. (...)

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