Thursday June 4, 2020

TV: Turning back the clock to the way we used to meet

What Under The Clock (RTÉ One) did was open yet another, not unfamiliar window on Ireland’s often restrictive socio-sexual past

23rd June, 2019
Charlie and Beatrice Stewart in Under the Clock (RTÉ One)

Under the Clock RTÉ One

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I once met someone under Clerys clock. It was a long time ago, when Clerys was not as it has been for the past number of years, becalmed and empty on Dublin’s main street. I was 11 years old and the meeting was in a response to a letter written by a cousin, sadly...

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