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Alfred Abolarin

Race relations in NI

Born in northern Nigeria, in Zaria, where he grew up, Alfred has lived in Northern Ireland for twenty years. It was the offer of a job, which brought Alfred to Belfast in the early 1990s. “I was offered a job in Ph...

An Coirnéal Cruthaitheach

Is é Coirnéal Cruthaitheach sraith déanta trí mhéain na ghaeilge atá stiúideo bhunaithe. Téigheann an láithreoir Aisling Nic Eoin chun cainte le dhaoine sna healaíona. In sa chéad clár den sraith labhhaireann Aisling ...

An Ghaeilge i nGéibheann? The Irish Language in Prison

The Irish Language in Prison.

This film is subtitled. Sa chlár seo ghlacann Dr Fergal Mac Ionnrachtaigh muid tríd stair speisiúil na Gaeilge. Ón chéad ionradh a rinne na Normannaigh i 1166 go dtí fás na Gaelscolaíocht ó thuaidh inniu. Míníonn F...

An tAire, an Fáinne agus an Droichead

Bhuail an tAire Cultúir Carál Ní Chuilín le daltaí Scoil an Droichid i ndeisceart Bhéal Feirste le fáinní airgid agus óir a bhronnadh ar Rang 4 agus 7 as an dul chun cinn atá déanta acu ag foghlaim na Gaeilge. Tá Scoi...

And then there was Silence…

Experiences of 'The Troubles.'

Documents the experiences, feelings and needs of people who have been closely affected by the violence of the Troubles, based on in-depth interviews and survey work conducted by the pioneering Cost of the Troubles Stu...

Angela Ifonlaja

Bridging communities in Belfast

Born in Nigeria, Angela’s family moved to London when she was a child. She remembers many differences between London and her homeland, most notably the British education system. “In Nigeria you move through the school...

Anne McVicker

Women's Tec in Northern Ireland

Anne was born into a large family, being one of 9 children born in South Belfast. Anne spent most of her childhood growing up in the Cliftonville area in north Belfast. During her youth Anne recalls a lack of youth pr...

Annie Armstrong

Tales from lower Springfield

Annie grew up in the lower Springfield area of west Belfast, a working class area of factories and mills, one of which was James Mackie & Sons or Mackies as they were known locally, a textile machinery and enginee...

Anti War Protest One Year On (2004)

Belfast Anti War Movement held a march against the occupation of Iraq and Palestine on Saturday March 20th 2004 joining millions of people around the world on the anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

Aodán Mac Poilin

Irish language schooling

Aodán grew up on the Norfolk Road in west Belfast with his two sisters, his mother who was an Irish speaker and his father who worked as a civil servant. His parents were avid followers of hurling and Gaelic footba...

Ariel Killick – Ard-Siamsaíochta

Ariel is one of a tiny number of fluent Irish-speaking Stilt Performers, possibly the only known Scots-Gaelic speaking professional Stilt Performer in existence. She is in demand to entertain bilingually, providing a ...

Art and Conflict

The Arts Council Conference.

The Arts Council Conference. The Grand Opera House was the venue for the Arts Council Conference, which focused on the issues surrounding conflict and the place of art in resolving conflict. The programme shows ...

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