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Hazel McCready

Marie Breen-Smyth, Associate Dean International, University of Surrey, talks to Hazel McCready, a former part time police officer who was injured whilst driving to work. Mother of one, Hazel McCready was a teacher ...

hear (SENSORAMA)

A short film made during the SENSORAMA project with Open Arts Community Choir.

Hector McDonnell Exhibition

Internationally acclaimed Glenarm artist, who was born in Belfast and studied in Munich and Vienna, tells us the stories behind his paintings at the Ulster Museum (2004). "One of the problems of being an artist is ...

Helen Bell

Tales from the lower Shankill

Born in 1947 in Hopewell Street at the bottom of the Shankill Road, Helen remembers the late 1960s and the first time that real “trouble” started on the Shankill Road, with rioting and flares being shot into the air. ...

Helen Crickard

Redefining women’s roles in society

Helen grew up in a family of ten, five boys and five girls in Carrickfergus. “My early childhood in Carrickfergus was great, coming from a big family there was always something going on, we lived in a nice housing ...

Helen Holland

Ballysillan community development

Helen’s interest in getting involved in her local community came soon after she married. “Betty Rice was organising these meetings about new houses, so, I was quite interested in that. My husband used to say ‘why do y...

Henry Bell

Henry talks teaching and history

Bernard Conlan talks to Henry Bell about his teaching career and his passion for history. Born in Belfast in 1949, for the first few years of his life Henry lived in a wooden bungalow in Islandmagee in County Antri...

HMS Caroline

A tour with Commander Martin Quinn.

A tour of the ship with Commander Martin Quinn and reflections on its history by those who served on her. HMS Caroline is a decommissioned C-class light cruiser of the Royal Navy.  Caroline was launched and commiss...

Hugh Thomson: Coleraine’s Famous Son

Hugh Thomson was born in Coleraine in 1860 and became an accomplished painter after his family moved to Kilrea. However, it was as an illustrator that his talents shone and he was discovered by the prestigious publ...

I remember my Death Sentence

An interview with Peter Pringle.

A rare interview with Peter Pringle who talks about his experience as the last person sentenced to death in Ireland, how he struggled to clear his name while dealing with the trauma of serving time for a crime he didn...

I Remember the Holocaust: Helen Lewis

A Belfast-based author and choreographer who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp recounts her harrowing story and has been remembered as remarkable, inspirational and brave. Helen Lewis, the Czech-born mother...

In Conversation with Dr Ann Matthews

Kellie O Dowd  interviews Dr Ann Matthews and discusses the importance of commemoration within republicanism.

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