YouTube at Ten
Count down a selection of Culture NI's most viewed videos to mark the milestone anniversary of the platform's first upload
My Favourite John Hewitt Poem: Seamus Heaney
In his Dublin home, the late Nobel Laureate reads John Hewitt's 'The Watchers' ahead of the 2012 John Hewitt Summer School in Armagh.
A Step In Time: The Story of Irish Dancing
Photo report from exhibition at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum charting the history of Irish dance from the late 1800s to the present day, through costume, embroidery, images and film.
Belfast Pride 2012
Thousands of revellers line the route of the 2012 parade as floats featuring performers of all kinds bring a party atmosphere to the Northern Irish capital.
Peace One Day Concert, Derry~Londonderry
Peace One Day founder Jeremy Gilley explains the concept behind the campaign ahead of the Ebrington event, which opened the London 2012 Festival with performances by Pixie Lott, Newton Faulkner, The Wonder Villains and more.
2013 Royal Ulster Academy Exhibition
Royal Ulster Academy president and artist Colin Davidson talks about the 2013 exhibition, which features works by RUA members, invited artists and independant artists from across Ireland, North and South.
Blackbird Book Club: Sinéad Morrissey
The Portadown-down poet talks about her work at the Queen's University lecture series.
Paddy Barnes and Michael Conlon Return to Belfast
The Olympic bronze medal-winning light-flyweight and flyweight boxers, from west and north Belfast, return for an open-top bus tour following their success at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
David Best's Temple 2015
Visionary American artist David Best and volunteers from the Nerve Centre's FabLab construct the monumental Temple structure in Derry's Waterside prior to its ceremonial burning in March 2015.
Bard of Armagh 2010
Bards of all kinds compete with humorous tales at the annual Armagh Festival of Hilarious Verse.
Youth Music Theatre: Macbeth
The London-based theatre company for young people rehearse their Shakespeare production, starring Northern Irish students Kirstyn Kearney, aged 14, from Coleraine, and Shannon Coley, aged 15, from Belfast.
Culture Night Belfast
Following European capitals like Copenhagen, Reykjavik and Dublin, more than 96 arts and cultural organisations come together in 2009 for Belfast's first Culture Night in the city's Cathedral Quarter.
Gerry Anderson on the City of Culture 2013
The late BBC Radio Ulster broadcaster comperes the programme preview launch in Derry~Londonderry and offers his thoughts on the city's wealth of musical talent.
Ulster Orchestra Flash Mob
Players and staff from the symphony ensemble surprise punters at Belfast's St George's Market with an unexpected performance of a piece by composer Ástor Piazzolla to raise awareness of the 'Save the Ulster Orchestra' campaign.