This week's Look Of The Irish season continues with Mitchell and Kenyon's footage of Cork city, taken in 1905, which presents a facade very different from that of the 'rebel' image created in the 1920s by Tomas MacCurtain and Terence McSwiney. This unique footage from 1905 shows a city where thousands of subjects lined the streets to welcome Royal visitors and where veterans of the Munster Fusiliers were cheered home from the Boer War by shawlies and street urchins alike. Polite society drifted down from the laundered suburbs to enjoy the Cork Regatta, exuding echoes of Moore's Melodies and an assured sense of their place in the world.