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The Edge of the World – Turf Lodge

Turf Lodge

In the shadow of Belfast’s Black Mountain lies the Turf Lodge housing estate, which for most of its 50 year history has been the scene of much poverty and social unrest. Originally, the estate was built to house peopl...

The Fallen Arches

The Newtownards Road.

The Newtownards Road has been well-known in the past, for such icons as Inglis's Bakery, the Sirocco Works and Irvine's shoe shop. Norman Kennedy and Jim Patton, of the East Belfast Historical Society, recall the s...

The Fuse of Peace

Crumlin Road riot 2010.

2010, sectarian disturbance erupted when the Orange Order marched past the Crumlin Road interface during the Twelfth of July march (actually taking place on the 13th). The Fuse of Peace is a short documentary th...

The Great Cave Hill Right of Way Case – In Conversation with John Gray

Conversation with John Gray, author of a pamphlet that recalls the Cave Hill Right of Way legal case 150 years ago.

The Happy Gordons

A once hidden Irish community.

This documentary produced in 1996 takes a unique look at an Irish community once hidden by religious and traditional prejudices. Being gay in Ireland was once a crime, now Irish laws give gay and lesbians complete ...

The Harp Bar Reunion

Stalwarts back for one night only.

Groups that once played the legendary Belfast punk venue, the Harp Bar are reunited for one night only. Bands include The Outcasts, Protex, Henry Cluney (ex-Stiff Little Fingers), Brian Young (ex-Rudi), Shock Treatmen...

The Insider – Yes, Minister

An Insider story about housing issues in the Village including an interview with the then newly appointed Minister for Social Development, Margaret Ritchie. The housing campaign was conduced over several years from...

The Invisible Artist

The comic booklet: once a mass market media form, it has all but disappeared from our shelves in the last twenty years. This film explores the hidden heritage of Belfast centric cartooning that goes back centuries. Mo...

The Law Centre

The story of NI's Law Centres

The Law Centre NI was set up in the early 1970s by a dedicated group of solicitors to help those who suffered social inequalities. “It was about using the law as one aspect of a much broader campaign involving tena...

The Legacy Programme

Pursuing a lasting legacy.

"When we talk about the legacy we would like to leave, we find ourselves united in many unexpected ways..." Members of Seaview Presbyterian Church in Belfast decided to come together in the pursuit of a lasting leg...

The Lisnasharragh Story

Lisnasharragh Secondary School

A documentary about Lisnasharragh Secondary School. The school is remembered because George Best went there, but it is also remembered as the best school for many other pupils. It was one of the first schools in No...

The Long Haul & The Kazoo Orchestra: Black Mountain Rescue in Belfast

A local environmental protest.

On Saturday October 21st, 1995, activists from "Black Mountain Rescue" turned up at the premises of White Mountain Quarries protesting at the destruction and erosion of the Black Mountain. On their way to the quarr...

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