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Mark Thompson

Talking Ulster Scots

Mark’s hometown of Ballyhalbert in Co. Down proved to play a significant influence on his life, “everyday whenever we got out of bed you opened the curtains and on a clear day, you could see Scotland”. It was at th...

Nelson McCausland

Talking to the DUP MLA

Born in 1951 in north Belfast Nelson grew up on the Ballysillan Road. He remembers attending the Belfast Royal Academy. “I did find it somewhat strange, because most of the children going to the Academy were from a mo...

World Community Arts Day with Andrew Crummy

Heather Floyd interviews.

Heather Floyd from Community Arts Forum chats to Andrew Crummy on a visit to Belfast to explain and promote World Community Arts Day which is celebrated each 17th February. "All we ask of you on that day is t...

Ballyoran Ulster Scots Fun Day

Ulster Scots Funday, 2000.

A film by Ballyoran Community Centre Ballyoran Community Centre held an Ulster Scots Funday in 2000 with sports, drama and dancing.

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 ...

Ó Bhéal Feirste Thiar go dtí na h-Eileanan Siar (From West Belfast to the Western Isles)

Buíon shuáilceach de dhrámadóirí ag preabadh ó oileán go hoileán ag blaiseadh aoibhneas na háite agus ag léiriú iontas na drámaíochta Gaeilge do mhuintir na n-oileán. Belfast drama group, Aisteoirí Aon Dráma,  tours ...