The Look Of The Irish celebrates some Irish photographs which have been taken since 1893. It'll take a look at formal and informal snaps, taken by the amateurs and professionals who, for 170 years, have shown us who we are as a nation. Nine documentaries will be aired will be aired from now until Friday, three of which broadcast this evening. The first installment, at 7.30pm, features the photographic and film work of three generations of Cork amateur photographers. Robert, William and Alec Day photographed their native city for over 100 years producing an invaluable archive for future generations. The documentary looks at some of the work of the Days and tells something of the family history. The Day Before Yesterday follows at 8.30pm, and shows Ireland in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, as seen through the lens of Jesuit and photographer Fr Francis Browne. His images provide a visual record of the people and times. Finally, at 11.05pm, there's David Farrell - Elusive Moments. It follows the working life of the Dublin-born photographer over the course of two years as he visits Wicklow, Cork, Italy and Paris, edits and prints his images, prepares them for exhibition and deals with the marketplace.