Track 1: A discussion on the publishing of ‘The Knights of Glin: Seven Centuries of Change.’ The late Desmond FitzGerald’s passion for family history as a young boy. Track 2: His background, education and travels. The formation of the Irish Georgian Society with Desmond Guinness. Track 3: His eleven years in the Furniture and Woodwork department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, and his prolific writings on Irish furniture and houses. Track 4: Returning to Glin Castle after his step-father died, with his wife Olda. Glin Castle as a country house for guests, and improving the farming there. Division of part of the estate in the 1920s by the Land Commission. Track 5: An attempt in 1923 by the local IRA to torch the house. Track 6: His relationship with local people. Track 7: His drive to save some of the 18th century Irish country houses. Track 8: His work with Sothebys and Christies as a valuer. Track 9: The rejuvenation of the inner city in Limerick and Dublin. Coming to the end of an era as the 29th Knight of Glin.