Last year we brought you 'Rolling Back The Years', a stunning, collectable magazine series which mapped the key events and social changes between 1950 and 2000.
Starting next Saturday, we bring you another fascinating perspective on our past and present with a high-quality five-part series of magazines called 'Irish Lives'.
In the picture vaults of the Irish Independent, the rich story of modern Ireland is recorded in remarkable detail.
From 1916 to the death of Michael Collins, from the first Dáil to the Celtic Tiger; the days of our lives are imprinted forever on precious photographic glass plates and negatives.
For more than a century, this newspaper has faithfully recorded the goings on in Irish life and in the process developed a treasure trove of true historical value.
In 'Irish Lives' we examine how our small island has nurtured a tightly knit race of people from so many diverse environments.
From island or farm, village, city or suburb, the Irish possess a keen sense of place, an emotional connection that informs and shapes almost every aspect of our lives.
Of course, whether it be working on the land, surviving on a remote island or holding down a job in a city factory, we had plenty of fun too.
Part one of 'Irish Lives' will explore where we all come from -- discover island life, village life, farm life and what it was like for those lucky enough to live in luxury.
There is also a special essay by The Butcher Boy author Patrick McCabe, a unique take on our past and how it colours who we are.
In part two we examine how our work and home lives evolved, part three focuses on love and family while parts four and five will examine the fun, games, holidays and outings we enjoyed.
With wonderful images from our archives, you can't afford to miss 'Irish Lives' -- every Saturday.