TV review: Division and delirium as a Constitutional relic was removed

Aideen Doyle, Lucy Kennedy and Maeve O’Brien’s documentary The 8th looked back at the social tumult and occasional rancour that accompanied the abortion referendum of 2018

8th August, 2021
TV review: Division and delirium as a Constitutional relic was removed
The 8th on RTÉ One focused in the main on the tactics of those who helped to repeal the Eighth.

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