Read an exclusive extract from The 1916 Irish Rebellion, published by Cork University Press as the companion book to the documentary series which airs February 10 on RTÉ.
1916: The Irish Rebellion is the best film yet in this media-intensive year of commemorative events.
A new exhibition in Dublin highlights the key events and locations of 1916 as caught on camera.
This picture from the Irish Examiner photographic archive relates to a camogie game reported in the Cork Examiner on March 25, 1916.
This November 1912 newspaper may have been the final edition of Glór na Ly, a short-lived publication which promoted attempts to write the Irish language in a phonetic-looking manner.