TheWildGeeseTV is currently featuring our 3rd Irish History video:

Marking the hundredth anniversary of the Titanic's sinking, on April 15th 1912,  contributor and media critic David Tereshchuk explores an under-reported sidelight to the tragedy. J. Bruce Ismay, chairman of the ship's owners, the White Star Line has long been vilified as a coward ... escaping in a lifeboat with women and children. What is the true story? And why did Ismay find refuge in the country of Titanic's birth, Ireland?

We also covered the 2nd Annual TORONTO IRISH FILM FESTIVAL in Toronto Canada. covered the 2nd annual Toronto Irish Film Festival. This year's was more ambitious, boasting an opening night Gala, a music program, Short-Film Showcase, and an Emerging Filmmaker Spotlight in addition to 11 premiere feature films. Tyler Knight reports from the festival's magnificent setting in Toronto's TIFF Bell Lightbox.

Our first video "Kid Shamrock" covered the heart warming and inspiring Off Broadway play about an Irish fighter who lost the championship do "to the drink" but won his battle with alcohol. 

TheWildGeeseTv also  features videos from other channels that reflect Irish History and Culture from around the world that support the posts on our Hell's Kitchen blog.

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