General Collection highlights

Rod Stoneman

David Hyndman talks to Rod Stoneman the former Deputy Editor of Independent Film & Video at Channel 4 and former CEO of the Irish Film Board, about his childhood in Devon, his participation in grassroots avant-gar...

Muiris Ó Droighneáin – Múinteoir, Scoláire agus Gael

Agus plaic ghorm á nochtadh ag Ciorcal Staire Uladh le hurraim do Mhuiris Ó Droighneáin ag a sheantach ar Bhóthar an Ghleanna, labhraíonn muid le cuid dá theaghlach, chairde agus chomhghleacaithe faoi shaol agus faoi ...

In Conversation with Fionntan de Brun

Speaking to Seimi Mac Aindreasa.

This film is subtitled. Fionntan de Brun speaks to Seimi Mac Aindreasa in the studio about the book 'Belfast and the Irish Language', for which he was the editor. The book explores the history of the Irish langu...

Two Door Cinema Club

Studio session from alt-pop band Two Door Cinema Club. Although the band are still in school it hasn't stopped them becoming on of the most popular acts around. Regular host Jonny Tiernan invited AU Mag colleague a...

Heritage Collections highlights

Fergus O Hare

Talking to the civil rights campaigner

Part One of an extended interview. This personal story is subtitled. The movement for civil rights across the world in the late 1960s acted as a catalyst for Fergus whilst at University College Dublin to think more...

War Stories – The D Day Commando

Remembering D-Day.

Former Royal Marine Commando Tommy Fulton talks about his combat experiences in World War Two. As a Commando, Tommy was one of the first soldiers ashore on the Normandy beaches on D Day in June 1944, and his unit t...

Becoming Irish – Stories of an Indian Community

Stories of an Indian Community

Connections between India and Ireland have been evolving since at least the 18th century but it wasn’t until after World War Two, that people from India came to Northern Ireland in significant numbers, many of them af...

Northern Ireland War Memorial

A history of NI during WW2.

"The authorities in Belfast were disgracefully complacent about the possibility of air raids in Belfast... they argued that Belfast was the furthest place from Germany.. the bombers will not get here... well they were...