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College Green House

Built in 1870, it was a private house, complete with coach house and stables until 1930 when it was converted into flats and the outbuildings became commercial. Filming was completed as Hearth Revolving Fund restor...

Conversations at the Women’s Health Fair Belfast 1985

An historical document filmed at the Women's Health Fair held in Belfast in 1985. The camera rolls informally around the Fair and talks to women on the stalls about their work and to the women who attended the worksho...

Conway Mill Workers

Memories of Conway Mill.

Former mill worker Lily McCurdy takes a tour of her former workplace, Conway Mill with Sean McCaffery and Jimmy Keenan from the radio programme Afternoon Delight. Lily relives her memories from her time working in ...

Conway Mill: The Realisation of a Dream

Regeneration in West Belfast.

After many years of overcoming hurdles and struggling to raise funds, the £5m Conway Mill restoration was finally launched at a gala gathering. The Mill is aimed at promoting social/economic regeneration, job creat...

Cór Loch Lao

Documenting the work of Cór Loch Lao, a choir based in the Culturlann in Belfast.

Cuideachta ó Thuaidh Clara Gill

An interview with Clara Gill.

Agallamh le Clara Ní Ghiolla, bean a bhfuil mar inspioráid ar chuile duine. Ag cáint ar saol s’aici agus í ago bar i Meircéa, Sasann agus na hOileann Ara. Bíonn plé ann comh maith faoina chuid oibreí anseo I mBéal Fei...

Cuideachta ó Thuaidh le John Spillane

Agallamh beomhar leis an ceoltóir ó Chorcaigh John Spillane. Chán sé "An bhfaca tú mo sheamasín" i stuideo NvTv. Lively Interview with Cork musician John Spillane. He also sings "An bhfaca tu mo sheamasin" in NvTv ...

D’imigh Sin agus Tháinig Seo

Celebrating Séamus Mac Seáin.

"Tá an leabhar seo fada ag teacht, agus is maith ann é mar bhí baint ag Séamus Mac Seáin le gach fiontar Gaeilge i mBéal Feirste ag dul siar daichead agus níos mó blianta." Labhraímid le cairde, comrádaithe a...

Dale Harrison

Community work in West Belfast

Dale remembers the beginning of the Troubles. “From memory the Troubles in the Woodvale were rife. To this day some people would say that’s originally where it all started. I do remember one evening. There was a full ...

Darren Ferguson

Aid worker and music fan

Darren grew up in Glengormley. He recalls a time when bomb scares were common. “Me and my brother were fascinated when they brought out the robots to defuse these bombs. I have very clear memories of the police com...

David Hughes

David Hughes is a writer/ artist. In 2007, he was given an award from Arts & Disability Awards Ireland to experiment with work which would combine text, photography, painting, assemblage, print, video, sound and m...

Dawn Of The Ulster Scots

A celebration in Donaghadee.

A rainy day did not prevent people from all over Ulster having fun day out. The Ulster Scots Agency organised a celebration in Donaghadee recounting the arrival in 1606 of pioneering Ayrshire lairds James Hamilton ...

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