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Episode 168 – Derry Girls

It’s time to stumble through history as we talk about Derry Girls, a sitcom following the lives of teenagers in Troubles-era Northern Ireland!

It’s time to stumble through history as we talk about Derry Girls, a sitcom following the lives of teenagers in Troubles-era Northern Ireland! We’re talking about the roots of the conflict, gender and sexuality, and bending the truth.

Some Sources You Might Find Interesting:

My Northern-Irish Family Reviews Derry Girls by Nate Jones

Humor and Humanity: Sr. Michael from Derry Girls by Mary T. Stimming

Obscure Irish English Dialogue And Hermetic Cultural Meaning In Lisa McGee’s Derry Girls by Jonathan McCreedy

Derry Girls: finally, a realistic comedy about being a young woman in Northern Ireland by Caroline Magennis

The Cracker Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Derry Girls by Lara O’Toole

Derry Girls writer Lisa McGee explains THAT ending and Clare’s brave revelation by Sarah Doran

In Northern Ireland, ‘Derry Girls’ Balances Teen Comedy And Sectarian Conflict by Joanna Kakissis

In ‘Derry Girls,’ the Lighter Side of Life in a Conflict Zone by Alice Jones

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