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Men Of Steel: Memories of Mackies (Part 1)

James Mackie & Sons. Pt 1.

The first ever televised history of James Mackie & Sons, once the world's leading textile machinery manufacturer. Former Mackie employees and local historians tell their stories and explain how Mackies grew fro...

Men Of Steel: Memories Of Mackies (Part 2)

James Mackie & Sons. Pt 2.

The first ever televised history of James Mackie & Sons, once the world's leading textile machinery manufacturer. Former Mackie employees and local historians tell their stories and explain how Mackies grew fro...

Fergus O Hare (Part Two)

Irish language education

This film is subtitled. When Fergus was working in St Thomas’s school, the wife of the editor of the Andersonstown News, Áine Mac Aindreasa asked if he would teach a science class in the new Irish secondary school ...

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...

The Way I See It: Father Des Wilson

The Way I See It: Father Des Wilson in conversation with Bernadette McAliskey West Belfast community activist Father Des Wilson sits down with veteran civil rights campaigner Bernadette McAliskey as part of the lau...

A Tale Of Two Libraries: Part One – Falls Road Library

Filmed in 2008 during its centenary year, the Falls Road Library organised a series of events that involved the community. The library opens its doors for a look at some of its most interesting aspects, such as, the o...

A Century Later: Clara Reilly

How the tragic death of a child from a plastic bullet outside her front door in Turf Lodge during the height of the Troubles was the beginning of a campaign to put a stop to further bloodshed. “Plastic Bullets were...

A Century Later: The Working Class – Containing the Past

Class, gender and sectarianism in a society of divided loyalties and years of violence and political conflict. How to remember the past and how can we all strive for a shared future?

Pensioners Parliament

"Well you see the trouble about growing older is you don't think you are any older. A friend of mine said you don't think you're old until you look in the mirror. The answer is not to look in the mirror!" Patric...

A Century Later: Alfie McCrory

Searching for survivors amongst the rubble of one of the worst atrocities of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. “I think people from both sides were sickened at innocent people being killed, people got to the stage ...

What a Waste

Short film made with Glenparent Youth Group, which is based in Lenadoon. The Glen Community Parent and Youth Group is a community parenting project which aims to provide support and training for parents in West Belfas...

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 ...

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