Joe Duffy narrates the story of Dublin priest and amateur film-maker Father Jack Delaney, who captured all walks of Irish life on camera in the days before television. Highlights include broadcaster Pat Kenny and his 101-year-old aunt Nora Whyte watching footage of her father and his grandfather performing tricks with an elephant at Dublin Zoo, and 100-year-old Nan White looking for herself in school footage from the 1930s.