Kingdom of Fishing
Anglers chase their dream salmon in County Kerry's lakes and rivers.
Brave sailors test their strength against the mighty Atlantic Ocean.
Verity, The Adventurer
Bill Verity retraces St Brendan's journey across the Atlantic.
Tools Of The Trade
Padraig Kennelly explores the technical challenge of photography in the 1950s and 1960s.
The Kerry Bishops
County Kerry's RC Religious leaders of the 1950s and 1960s.
The Kingdom County Fair
County Kerry's leading Industrial and Agricultural Show.
Padraig Kennelly explores the Irish passion of greyhound racing and coursing.
The Dancehall Era
Padraig Kennelly recounts the Fifties and the Swinging Sixties.
Ireland's President Eamonn de Valera's visits to County Kerry.
How Padraig and Joan Kennelly's work became the Kennelly Archive.
From tractors to Cars, the Kingdom County Fair had everything on wheels.
Padraig and Joan Kennelly faced tough technical problems as they photographed Ireland's dance band followers in the 1950s.
Fairweather or not!
Transatlantic Sailor Don Fairweather's Atlantic explorations with his family.
County Kerry's theatrical past.
Putting on the glamour for Kerry's top dress dances of the 1950s and 1960s.
Host par excellence...
Kerry's Celebrity Hotelier Ernie Evans remembered.
From this land...
Farming in 1950s Kerry, as photographed by Padraig and Joan Kennelly.
Lovely and fair...
Padraig Kennelly's photographic memories of the Rose of Tralee festival.
First Communion Day
Padraig and Joan Kennelly captured this milestone religiously.
Bravery on the waves
Padraig Kennelly recounts dramatic rescues of sailors off the County Kerry coast.
General Charles De Gaulle's 1969 holiday in Kerry was a major news event for Padraig and Joan Kennelly.
An Honorary Kerryman
Kerry was a playground for Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Charles J. Haughey.
Sport of Kings
Horse racing in County Kerry was more than just a sport.
The Kerry footballing legends who donned the green and gold.
The Murder of Mossie Moore
The brutal murder that inspired John B Keane's play, The Field.
Playboy of the Western World
From small stage to big screen on County Kerry's Inch Strand.
Men of the Cloth
Kerry's priests enjoyed a special status in the 1950s and 1960s.
Ancient Puck Fair
The town of Killorglin in Co. Kerry is ruled by a goat for a few days every August.
Hollywood Comes To Kerry
Padraig Kennelly recounts how Hollywood transformed the Dingle Peninsula.
Pride and Passion
Padraig Kennelly explains that Kerry's sporting heroes weren't only on the football pitch.
Confirmation Day In Kerry
County Kerry's youngsters of the 1950s and 60s receive their religious rite of passage.
Ironically named, four-mile-long Inch Beach On Kerry's Atlantic Coastline.
Spot the Ball Hero
Padraig Kennelly meets Mossie Knightley, who became famous for a successful boyhood gamble.
My town grew up!
Photojournalist Padraig Kennelly's photographic memory of his fast-changing birthplace.
Photojournalist Padraig Kennelly traces his family roots in Ballylongford, County Kerry.
Taking on the Town Hall
Padraig Kennelly started Kerry's Eye to force Tralee's Urban Council to fix the town's flooding problem.
Falveys - a real Irish bar
Padraig Kennelly visits one of the last of the great old Irish bars - Declan and Breda Falveys in Killorglin, County Kerry.
Santa on tour!
This annual visitor to Kerry Schools came not on a reindeer, but in a Volkswagen Beetle with a photographer in tow!
Valentia: An Island apart
Padraig Kennelly reveals this gem off County Kerry's coastline.
How Kerry's Eye was born
Padraig Kennelly recounts how he turned from photojournalist to newspaper publisher when he launched Kerry's Eye in 1974.
The Port of Fenit
Kerry's busy and bustling port.
The Kennelly Archiving System
A unique system for Archiving photographs.
How Valentia Island's brave lifeboat crews saved lives while endangering their own.
The Big Day
How Padraig and Joan Kennelly captured a couple's big day in 1950s Ireland.