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Jonathan Bardon

Jonathan Bardon was born in Dublin in 1941 but has lived and worked in Belfast since 1963.  He studied history at Trinity College before taking a Diploma in Education in Queen’s University. He has taught at Orangefield High School, Belfast Metropolitan College and at Queen’s University School of Modern History. He was chairman of the Northern Ireland Community Relations Council between 1996 and 2002, during which time he taught history to political prisoners at The Maze, and he was awarded the OBE for services to community life in 2003. He is author of several books on Irish history, most notably A History of Ulster (1992), A History of Ireland in 250 Episodes (2008), based on BBC Radio Ulster broadcasts, and The Plantation of Ulster (2011). He has also written radio and television historical documentaries for BBC, UTV, RTÉ and Channel 4.

A History of Ireland in 250 Episodes
By Jonathan Bardon
€16.99
Hallelujah
By Jonathan Bardon
€24.99
The Plantation of Ulster
By Jonathan Bardon
€18.99
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