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Jonathan Lamberton explores Sustainable Development in Northern Ireland
Jonathan Lamberton breaks into a sweat with the Conservation Volunteers
Jonathan Lamberton shoots the breeze with Noel Booth
The weird things farmers get up to these days
Jonathan Lamberton takes a walk on the wildlife side
Harland and Wolff, masters of the waves once more
Fionola Meredith looks at the second largest ethnic minority group in Northern Ireland
Fionola Meredith discovers there are over 1000 members of the Indian community in Northern
Did you know the weather in NI is better than Shanghai?
Dr David Hume recalls a bloody Ulster-Scots encounter in the Antrim hillsides
The 1718 Migration To New World And The New Londonderry
A historical overview of the linen industry in Belfast city centre
Hugh A Murphy sees striking similarities between the two traditions
Lanyon’s conversion of the old assembly rooms made his name in the city
An introduction to the natural history of Northern Ireland
The family had strong ties with the linen industry
The earliest summit-level canal in the United Kingdom
Fostering interest in family history since 1979
A Tyrone poet waxes lyrical about his home
Northern Ireland’s best example of a pre-Norman monastic enclosure with buildings
Pete Jonno visits the Silent Valley
The island changed hands many times during the Middle Ages
Currently being refurbished, the Maid was a common sight on Lough Neagh until 1998
Marion Maxwell considers the achievements of the discoverer of the Chinese gooseberry
Brain Cassells studies the now defunct canal
Sean Quinn looks at one of the costliest engagements in the Spanish civil war
An introduction to the major museums, libraries and archives of Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland’s premier agricultural show
Two day market fair in Ballycastle
An overview of the industrial heritage of south Belfast.
The only subscription library still remaining in Ireland
The official promotional organisation of the Irish linen industry
York Street has been transformed by the rapid growth of the city.
Kathleen Neill gives an overview of Northern Ireland’s industrial past
An overview of the industrial heritage of west Belfast.
An overview of the industrial heritage of north Belfast.
From jam making to Mr Tayto
Marion Maxwell looks at the colourful story of John Mullanphy
Provides a range of services and organises activities for the Indian community
The French immigrant influence on religion language and economy
Jenny Cathcart looks at Ireland's third oldest newspaper
Graham Crothers meditates on the role of Buddhism in Belfast
An overview of the industrial heritage of Co Antrim.
The Huguenots had a substantial impact on Irish culture
The Huguenots in the north of Ireland are most closely associated with the city of Lisburn
York Street is one of Belfast’s main thoroughfares
Nicky Cahill cooks up a storm in Fermanagh
The restored Victorian theatre houses a sumptuous oriental interior
Derry’s Harbour Museum gives an insight into the impact that the River Foyle has had on the city.
The world headquarters of the movement
Serving tourists and the community for more than 200 years
An overview of the settlement of Newtownards from Neolithic to modern times
The 1907 Dock strike was the high point of the Belfast labour movement.
The most influential historian to have come out of Northern Ireland
Rathlin has been inhabited since 6000BC
Ireland's 'benevolent' neutrality during the second world war
The founder of the USPCA is remembered in Custom House Square
Derry's main museum
Nocturnal bat discovery walk at Springhill