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# stardust podcast's Stardust wins prestigious Mary Raftery Prize
This is the third major award the six-part podcast series has won.
# stardust's Stardust wins best Radio Documentary at Celtic Media Festival
Our six-part documentary podcast picked up a Torc Award in a virtual ceremony this evening.
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Need a new podcast to delve into? Give's award-winning Stardust a listen
The podcast won gold at the New York Festivals Radio Awards earlier this week.
# stardust podcast's Stardust wins gold at New York Festivals Radio awards
The longform six-part documentary podcast got the nod last night at the prestigious awards.
# stardust's Stardust podcast nominated for two prestigious awards
The six-part podcast has been nominated in the Celtic Media Festival and New York Radio Festival awards.
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With new inquests announced, Stardust families remember, but also look forward at vigil for loved ones
The local community and beyond turned up this week to mark the 39th anniversary of the Stardust fire.
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'Please god we get closure once and for all': How Stardust families got the break they needed in 2019
After years of unsuccessfully seeking new inquiries, new inquests were ordered into the deaths of Stardust victims this year.
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'Devastating and important': Behind the scenes at the Stardust podcast as the fight for justice continued
Over the course of six months, produced the Stardust podcast. Here’s how.
'I just thought, okay this is probably it': A survivor describes her experience in the Stardust that night
Linda Bishop was one of the clubgoers on the night of 13 February who spoke to the Stardust podcast.
'We were the first emergency responders there ... it was chaos': A firefighter on rushing to the scene of Stardust fire
Dave Fitzgerald was among the first responders who were quick to the scene of the Stardust in the early hours of 14 February 1981.
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'Devastating and important': Behind the scenes at the Stardust podcast as the fight for justice continued
Over the course of months, produced the Stardust podcast. Here’s how.
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'They just want it to go away but it won't': Sixth and final episode of Stardust out now
The sixth and final episode of Stardust is available now.
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'It's the worst scandal that remains unresolved': Stardust episode five out now
The fifth episode of Stardust looks at the Tribunal of Inquiry that followed the fire and how families organised their initial fight for justice.
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'All we were doing was going to funerals. All the Northside': Stardust episode four out now
The fourth episode of Stardust looks at the days and weeks immediately after the horrific tragedy.
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'And then everything just went black': Episode three of Stardust out now
The events of the fire itself and the efforts from emergency services who rushed to the scene are described in episode three.
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'There was a big build up to it for weeks': Episode two of Stardust out now
The second episode of Stardust delves into the stories of those who went there that night and the history of the building in Artane.
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'It was the biggest show on our side really': Episode one of Stardust out now
In episode one, we take a look at what Ireland – and Dublin – was like at the beginning of the 1980s.
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Introducing Stardust: A new podcast from is launching a major six-part series on the 1981 Stardust fire.