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Michael Doorley has been an Associate Lecturer in History Politics and International Relations with The Open University since 1994. He moved from London to Dublin in 1999 and taught students in the H Blocks of the Maze and Long Kesh Prison Portlaoise and Arbour Hill Prisons that year. At time of interview in 2018 Michael was continuing to work as an Associate Lecturer and working on a biography of Irish-American politician Justice Daniel Cohalan (1865-1946). 
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Title: Teaching in Portlaoise Prison
Description: Michael Doorley Open University Associate Lecturer describes his experiences of going to Portlaoise Prison to teach a Provisional IRA prisoner and the crucial role of Bill Carroll the Prison Officer who was responsible for security issues associated with the provision of education and who was the key liaison person for visiting Open University tutors.
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Contributor: Michael Doorley
Duration: 00:02:01
Master programe code and title: Michael Doorley Interview
Master programme start time: 00:02:38
Master programme end time: 00:04:55
Master programme production number: 110_T_01
Available to public: yes