1. Self portrait by George Wallace

    Podcast: Reflecting on George Wallace's Life

    Hear the artist's son share personal memories with curator Anne Hodge
  2. A half length portrait of a woman in profile

    Podcasts: Mondrian

    The first podcast in this series is now available
  3. Nighttime photo of the exterior of the Merrion Square entrance to the National Gallery of Ireland with the windows illuminated and an outdoor sculpture silhouetted against the sky.

    Bram Stoker Festival: Warmbloods audio tour

    A darkly comedic audio tour of the Gallery by improv duo Underthings
  4. collage of  photos of four artists
  5. Grace Coddington and Perry Ogden, photographed at Coddington's home in New York. In the background we see lots of framed black and white photographs

    Moments in Time \ Podcast series

    A series of podcasts produced to accompany our exhibition, Moment in Time.
  6. Expressionistic painting of a landscape with purple mountains in the distance and grass and yellow flowers in the foreground.
  7. An oil painting showing a detail of Mullaghmore, a 180 metre high limestone rock in the Burren in County Clare, showing the steps of bare, folded rock.

    Podcasts: The Island, A Prospect \ The Burren

    Dr Brendan Dunford, founder of Burrenbeo Teo, talks about the Burren in Co. Clare.
  8. Ruth Lyons (b.1983), Salarium, 2014. © Ruth Lyons. Photographer: Des Moriarty.
  9. A painting showing the waterfall at Powerscourt Estate, Co. Wicklow through trees. In the left foreground of the painting, we can see some figures who are dwarfed by the grandeur of the waterfall.

    Podcast: The Island, A Prospect \ Powerscourt, Co. Wicklow

    Alex Slazenger, Head Gardener at the Powerscourt Estate talks about his work and the estate.
  10. An oil painting of a landscape with mountains and the sea in the distance.

    Podcast: The Island, A Prospect \ The North Dublin Coastline

    Poet Paula Meehan in conversation with Mark Cantan as they walk along the North Dublin coastline in the first of a new series of podcasts inspired by our Shaping Ireland exhibition.