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Series Title:
Programme Title:
What Did You Do In The War Mummy?
Description:
Interviews with Republican women on their role in their struggle.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
not broadcast
Channel:
Falls Women's Centre
Date Broadcast:
Sun 1st Jan 1995
Duration: minutes
53 mins
DVD No.
Tape No.
225
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
175



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Fourteen Streets Plus One
Description:
A Clonard district profile made by the Clonard Residents Association. Narrated by Alfie Hannaway, Bernie Maguire script by Kevin O'Neill stories and images back to the turn of the Century.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Ind..
Channel:
Ind.
Date Broadcast:
Sun 1st Jan 1995
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD No.
Tape No.
350A
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5717



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
N.Ireland Office say it's keeping an open mind on the fire damage to Stormont. Film report with Ken McNeill (senior fire officer) comments, then Ian Paisley (DUP leader) says it was malicious.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 2nd Jan 1995
Duration: minutes
1 mins 52 secs
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
121
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3014



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At Magherberry prison sixty prisoners began a protest at lunch-time over movement of inmates. Fruit of the Loom will create more jobs in Derry. In courts Sean Kelly's (Shankill bomber) trial began then finished. Film reports on proceedings, he refused to recognise the court. At Coroners court the names of the RUC man who shot dead Pearce Jordan (IRA) on the Falls Road (1995) has been prevented from being released. Weekend punishment attacks critised by Henry Robinson (FAIT) in film interview with still photos shown, the DUP has meet P.Mayhew at Stormont, film report with analysis by Keri Reid, then Paisley comments that British are propping up G.Adams, but he feels relationship with Major is improving. P.Robinson comments on consent issue, G.McMichael (UDP) wants prisoners paroled after three years of the sentences and for centres to help them back into civilian life. He denies prisoners concerned about ceasefires.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 10th Jan 1995
Duration: minutes
10 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
121
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3015



Series Title:
BBC UK News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Army is stopping daylight patrols in Belfast. Sinn Fein has welcomed it, the DUP rejects the idea. Film report on step by step reductions by security forces with Hugh Annesley comments then M.Ancram (N.Ireland Office Minister), then Joe Austin (SF), then Peter Robinson (DUP). At Stormont the PUP met the N.Ireland Office, they agree with the move.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Thu 12th Jan 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
121
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
3016



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Major has ruled out Joint Authority from the Joint Framework document, Molyneaux says he will leave talks if any thing in it damages the Union, comments from Ken Magennis (MP). Film report also include Major's speech, then analysis from Jim Dougall, Sinn Fein and government representatives met today at Stormont, M.McGuiness (SF) want process of demilitarisation and a move to round tables talks, but governments says that can't happen without decommissioning by IRA.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 16th Jan 1995
Duration: minutes
14 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
121
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3017



Series Title:
Panorama
Programme Title:
The Man We Love To Hate
Description:
A British view of Gerry Adams (Sinn Fein) . This programme from John Ware explains the opening comments that Adams is Ireland's best chance of peace since (MISSING).
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 30th Jan 1995
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
171



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Belfast B.Ahern (FF) met H.Smyth (PUP) at the City Hall, Ahern had lunch at the UUP HQ. P.Brooke has been critised by Unionists for calling Adams "brave man" in bringing about the IRA ceasefire. In tonight's Panorama. Adams says credit should be given to the IRA, K.Magennis (UUP) says Brooke has insulted N.Ireland, then Paisley refers to his post errors on television. On Ahern visit film report of his meetings with Adams, then SDLP, and Ahern interview o his visit, N.Dodds (DUP) is critical but H.Smyth (PUP) rejects them. Paisley just back from USA says the House of Republic and Senate is turning against Irish Nationalism as Republicans there grow in strength. J.Allardyce APNI) is unhappy about pace of talks. In courts the trial began of Andrew Clark (27) (British Soldier) who is accused of attempted murder of Eddie Copeland (Republican) in Ardoyne, at funeral of T.Begley (Shankill bomber). Film report. (Monday).
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 30th Jan 1995
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
121
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3018



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
A.Times leak on the Framework document has raised alarm amongst Unionists. Major is to address the nation tonight to refute The Times comments. Film report with comment from Jim Dougall, The Times (MISSING) amended as would articles 2 and 3 in Republic. Major called eighty Tory MP to explain things to them, and P.Mayhew went on morning radio to rule out Joint Authority over N.Ireland. In the Dail, J.Bruton (PM) also refuted The Times article. In the Commons, Mayhew made a Ministerial statement, film report on his views, with J.Molyneaux and William Ross rejection of Framework document before they even see it. Paisley says Times was accurate report, then comment from S.Mallon (SDLP). At Stormont, M.McGuiness (SF) blames Unionists for the leak, but J.Allardyce (APNI) blamed governments, M.Ancram (N.Ireland Office Minister) gives an interview on how discussions with the Irish are proceeding.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 1st Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
10 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
121
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3019



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Major (British PM) addresses the nation on the governments present position in formulating the Joint Document with the Irish Republic, he outlines peace moves and his hopes for the future, he rejects Unity or Joint Authority fears of Unionists. Nothing will be imposed on people of N.Ireland, only agreement. Document is a consultation paper only. He outlines idea of cross border co-operation but on bodies will be accountable to people of N.Ireland. He addresses N.Ireland people directly, there is nothing you need fear he says.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
ITV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 1st Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
5 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3020



Series Title:
ITN UK News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Major's broadcast, give me time, give me trust, appeals. Film report on background to broadcast, film report from Michael Brunston, William Ross (UUP) remains unasserted then Paisley and McCrea (DUP) also not presuaded. Analysis of Times report allegations. Mayhew's Commons statement, then James Molyneaux (UUP leader) views, film report from reaction in Belfast pub. M.McGuiness appeal for calm, then John Bruton's comments in Dail. Back to Westminster for M.Brunston analysis of Unionist support for Major government. (10.00pm News).
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
ITN
Channel:
ITN
Date Broadcast:
Wed 1st Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
3021



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Prison service to close Crumlin Road jail in three years. Film report on plans and reasons behind its move, based on cost savings. David Walls (NIACRO) comments. History of vintage jail, and escapes, and non ending confrontation. The government has ordered an inquiry into the framework document leak to the Times. In Commons Major again tried to reassure Unionists. Film report, but Unionists now regard Framework document as dead, J.Taylor (UUP) comments, Foyle Fisheries Commission is as much as Unionists will agree, M.Durken (SDLP) interview on what they want to see. In Newtownabbey the UUP won a council by-election, winning candidate Ken Robinson comments, Tom Kirkham (UDP) came forth. Today British and Irish officials met to further discuss framework document, P.De Rossa (DL) interview, then B.Ahern's (FF) views. In the studio David McCaughey (Presbyterian Moderator) wants the document published quickly as Unionists remain fearful.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 2nd Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
11 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3022



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Riot in Dublin at an England and Ireland soccer friendly, film report with reaction from J.Major, and some England fans, then Billy Bingham, Nora Owen (Republic Justice Minister) sets up an inquiry. Eamon Doherty (Irish Sports Council) views. D.Bowen (IFA) comments on N.Ireland's match against Irish Republic in Dublin in March. The UUP has questioned Major's integrity and says they are designing their own Framework document for discussion, Roy Beggs (MP) comments in Parliament, M.Ancram responds, outside Ken Magennis (UUP) and S.Mallon (SDLP) comments. Analysis by Jim Dougall on latest Framework developments.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 16th Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3023



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
J.Molyneaux (UUP) says he will talk to government only about the UUP Framework documents not the two governments one. Film report with Jim Molyneaux interview. Exclusion orders signed by Mayhew banning ten people from N.Ireland are to be lifted, and also another fifty by the Home Secretary in Britain. Film report with naming of Pat Trainor (SF Cllr.) from Monaghan as one of them. Paisley calls it part of a dirty deal done with the IRA in interview, M.McLaughlin (SF) welcomes the move, also a report published on emergency legislation here.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 17th Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins
DVD No.
D01930
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3024



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Joint Framework document to be launched on Wednesday. Film report on Saturday's final meeting between governments. Catholic Cardinal C.Daly appeals to everyone to consider it, also appeal from J.Allardyce (APNI). Paisley attacks Cardinal and Allardyce. They want elected constitutional convention. Paisley to meet Major tomorrow. In Derry the RUC raided a Bogside Sinn Fein centre and arrested four members, report with Mitchel McLaughlin interview. In courts the trial begins of five men charged with UFF killings Greysteel and Castlerock workmen. Film report on Steven Irwin. Jeffrey Deeney. Brian McNeil, and Torren's Knight, and Derek Grieve, Knight is also charged with the Castlerock killings before Greysteel (seven months), Crown's opening case given.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 20th Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins 25 secs
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3025



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report from Jim Dougall on UUP's alternative Framework document, based on six months intensive agreement talks, film report includes Jim Molyneaux interviews, he says N.Ireland community is one, not two. In Commons Major says he has read UUP document, and he has open mind to right mechanism to move forward. Paisley then comments on his document after meeting Major. J.Brunton (Irish PM) comments in Dail about governments Framework documents aims.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 21st Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
5 mins 50 secs
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3026



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Framework document finally released in Belfast. The two PMs unveil their plan. N.Ireland Office inundated with requests for document. Film report from Balmoral launch, begins with Major and Brunton comments first proposals Irish will change articles 2 and 3. British will change government of Ireland act, creation of cross body with executive powers, Major explains agreement important. Bruton on changes to articles 2 and 3, and only united Ireland if Northerner's wanted it. Frameworks for the future contents analysed by Jim Dougall, with John Major comments. Paisley called it one way street to Dublin, in Commons Ken Magennis (UUP) condemned it. Major replied. John Hume comments from Parliament. Gerry Adams (SF) says document acknowledges no internal settlement is possible. J.Allardyce (APNI) says its basis for negotiation, G.McMichael (UDP) says they will consider it. Tony Blair (Labour) supports Framework document. Next comes an interview with Ken Magennis (UUP) on reasons for his objections, it's a blueprint for all Ireland state, hew says. Then from Balmoral, John Major gives an interview on Unionist fears of the North and South body in final agreement, and Irish Republic's removal of articles 2 and 3. Next on film look back at the Sunningdale experiment. Professor Paul Bew comments on today's document compared to the 1973 model, Dr B.O'Leary comments on executive idea now as compared in 1973. Garret Fitzgerald (FG) comments on Unionist reactions, then Tom King views on the Anglo-Irish Accord situation and Framework document. In the Dail John Brunton appeals to Unionists, in the streets people gave views on articles 2 and 3, A.Reynolds (FF) welcomes documents film report, includes B.Ahern (FF) views, from the streets of Belfast and Derry, reporters test public opinion here, and from businessmen at a security conference. In the studio Jim Dougall accesses the level of Unionist alienation from the government over Framework document and the position of Sinn Fein's leadership.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 22nd Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
24 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3027



Series Title:
BBC UK News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of launch of Framework document. In Belfast and Unionist reaction. Film report includes breakdown of main proposals, and comments from Major and Bruton, with analysis of proposals, then I.Paisley, William Ross (UUP), and G.McMichael (UDP), and John Hume (SDLP) views, followed by G.Adams (SF). Next film report on ordinary peoples reaction from the Falls and Shankill Road, and from businessman, and from a Dungannon Cattle market, then from Catholic schoolboys, then Protestant schoolboys. In the Commons Major outlined the document (MISSING), D.Trimble (UUP) walks out of studio after M.McGuiness (SF) comes on the phone. T.Blair (Labour) comments, then Ken Magennis (UUP) attack on Major, with PMs response. Bulletin previews the 1973 Sunningdale agreement and its collapse with contemporary film clips of UWC strike. A.Currie (SDLP) recalls (now he's a FG member) then Roy Bradford (UUP) views, preview of minor cross border initiatives over Foyle Fisheries or water ways, then report Denis Ireland accesses the next stage from Unionists in talks and will they attend.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Wed 22nd Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
16 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
3028



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In courts four accused plea guilty to Greysteel killings, film report. Torrens Knight also pleas guilty to Castlerock killings. Two gunmen at Greysteel were Steven Irwin (24) and Jeffrey Deeney (23), Brian McNeil and Torrins Knight also admitted role. Castlerock relatives in court. More reactions on Framework document. Film report from editor has Ken Magennis interview on talks with government, then D.Ervine (PUP) says it won't work. In Commons Major again assured Unionists, N.Ireland Office can't keep up with demands for document copy. Churchmen here have responded, David McCaughey (Presbyterian Moderator) wants studied response but government must listen to Unionists, Church of Ireland R.Eames says it's time for quiet determined reflection. Edmund Mawhinney (Methodist Presbyterian) wants dialogue, Catholic Cardinal Daly wants calm response to balanced document. In Belfast politics students give their opinions, David Haggan objects, Mark Mullin accepts it, David Burgess rejects Unionists MPs attitudes, Paul Rolston, Patrick Dorrian, S.Armstrong, all comment. Film report looks at how exactly a North and South body will work in practice, firstly in business concerns with Euro Commission opinion, then John Stringer for the CBI, then Tom Gillen (ICTU) views, then in Environmental areas around Foyle, Lough Erne, Gerard Crawford for Foyle Fisheries comments, conversation groups excited by getting local control. In Health, D.Ford (APNI) on local control advantages, other areas profiled with William McKee (Royal) views, the Southern areas board has already co-operated with Southern bodies, and hospitals already sell services cross border. In the courts RUC SB informer Declan "Beano" Casey convicted of handling guns used by killers in October 1990, of David Pollock (UDR Soldier), he didn't tell his handlers.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 23rd Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
16 mins
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3029



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Greysteel killers get life: Film report on judges views, and the role of each man, Steven Irwin (24) gunman with AK rifle, his flatmate Jeffrey Deeney (23) gunman with handgun. Brian McNeil the getaway driver, and Torrens Knight gunman outside with a shot gun, he was also give four more life sentences for Castlerock killing of Catholic workmen in March 1993. List given of victims killed in Rising Sun bar with photos. Relatives comment outside, then report from Greysteel today with interview James Moore who father died, then survivor Rose Fahey views, then Kathleen Carlin on hopes for future. B.Rowan (security journalist) retells of the twenty-three killings between the Shankill and Greysteel outrages, and the Eric Anderson (RUC) comments on their investigation. J.Molyneaux (UUP leader) has hinted UUP MPs will vote against the Tory government in a confidence motion next week. Film interview on UUPs stance today on Framework document.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 24th Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
14 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3030



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Europe announces £100,000,000 aid package for N.Ireland. Film report with Euro Commission comments on N.Ireland visit and look at other Euro donations to N.Ireland projects, views of John Hume (SDLP) on implementing Euro programmes, then Gerry McAlinden from Europe Centre. P.Mayhew (N.Ireland Secretary) has hinted the government may begin exploratory talks with Sinn Fein. Film report on Mayhew comments on response to any IRA decommissioning. G.Adams (SF) has pointed out Mayhew met two Sinn Fein Cllrs. On local matters this morning. Paisley says government capitulated to IRA. At UUP HQ local chairman meets Jim Nicholson (Party chairman) to discuss Framework document, J.Nicholson gives an interview on UUP stance.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 27th Feb 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3031



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Government softening of stance on talks with Sinn Fein with film report Mayhew comments while in USA on response to some arms decommissioning. Ken Reid analysis of governments position. M.McGuinness (SF) says government can't impose conditions with party with mandate. I.Paisley (DUP) gives interview on his reaction, then Ken Magennis (UUP) views, later today UDP and PUP demand Ministers should talk to them. Paisley wants to meet parties here outside Framework document remit. Paisley interview, the government Home Secretary has lifted sixteen exclusions on N.Ireland people, on renewal of PTA. Film report with M.Howard comments, then J.Straw (Shadow Home Secretary), and S.Mallon (SDLP) views, Ken Magennis (UUP) supports Tory view. Civilian Search Unit, Belfast is to be phased out, film report searchers to be re-deployed, with contemporary film clips, and (MISSING) Michael Ancram answers questions on grounds on which government Ministers will talk to Sinn Fein and Loyalists, he emphases the decommissioning issue.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 8th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
13 mins 27 secs
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3032



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Queen visited N.Ireland to make Armagh a city by Royal Charter. Film report includes visit to Hillsborough, open two new bridges in Belfast. Report begins with Belfast visit and Queen's walk about with comment from locals. Preview of her 1966 visit, then Bridge opening of Dargan and Lagan Road bridges. Film report on the construction job done on the two bridges, after three years work workers comments on Queen's presence. Joe Hendron (SDLP) comments on his presence, Queen then took train to central station then went to Armagh, H.Smyth (PUP) comments on meeting the Queen. Preview of Armagh visit, she meets S.Mallon (SDLP). Catholic Cardinal C.Daly, and Jim Nicholson (UUP), and Church of Ireland Archbishop R.Eames, then film of Charter ceremony and Queen's comments, then Jim Speers (UUP Cllr.) comments, and J.Nicholson (Mayor) and Catholic Cardinal C.Daly, then local people comments. At Armagh High School Queen meets pupils on walk about school building. Back at Hillsborough the Queen presented five awards to local people, and police medals to RUC men. Then Royals had walk about in Hillsborough grounds. I.Paisley (DUP) was angry that Belfast children hadn't been given Union flags to wave, and why had the National anthem not been played.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 9th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
20 mins 10 secs
DVD No.
D01940
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3033



Series Title:
Network First
Programme Title:
Confession
Description:
This documentary explores the story of Eamon Collins (IRA, Newry) in it he gives an interview on why he joined the IRA, the killiings, bombings and IRA operations he was involved in, and the people he was involved with, and then his disenchantment and eventually breaking under RUC interrogation to become an alleged supergrass.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
ITV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 10th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
51 mins
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3034



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The case of Lee Clegg (British Paratrooper). Surviving life for shooting two joy-riders dead is to be reviewed says P.Mayhew, Joe Hendron (SDLP) wants other alleged miscarriage cases handled with some urgency. Film report. B. Hutchinson (PUP) and UDP meet Stormont officials but Loyalists want to meet British Ministers to counter balance Adam's meeting B. Clinton in the USA. Film report with Gary McMichael, M. Ancram (Northern Ireland Office) comments. Meanwhile Paisley (DUP) wants Ulster-Americans to campaign against Bill Clinton's Government and he also believes John Major's time as Prime Minister is in danger. He explains his views in interview.

Court News. Then report on prisoner escape from jail.

Report on Cliftonville - Portadown soccer match fighting amongst fans with Cliftonville and Portadown Club Chairmen's comments and comments from fan. Replay to go ahead in North Belfast. Local residents comments on replay.

In Loughlinisland a memorial to to be erected to the six victims of the UVF gun attack on O'Tooles bar.

G. Adams (SF) speaking in USA wants Major (British Prime Minister) to involve the Government in talks. Film report from Adams US visit to AOH in Queen's district, he's allowed to raise funds and will meet Clinton.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 13th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
14 mins
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3035



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Prison officers injured in Loyalist riot at the Maze. Film report with injury details, sixteen UVF prisoners on roof. N.Ireland Office say trouble flared during search operation. William Smyth's (PUP) interview rejects (MISSING) (MISSING) (MISSING) (MISSING)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 14th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins 51 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3036



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In USA, G.Adams is meeting US most powerful politicians, film report with analysis by Jim Dougall, Clinton greeted John Bruton (Irish PM), Adams and Clinton will meet inside. John Hume and John Allardyce also present.

In the Maze, phones found in UVF cell block after search. Film report with John Wheeler (Northern Ireland Office) comments, then William Smith (PUP) warning on consequences of prison repression. Finlay Spratt's (Prison Officers Chief) account differs from Minister John Wheeler's claims.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 16th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
5 mins 45 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3037



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Washington, on St.Patrick's Day, Adams attends Whitehouse celebrations. Film report from Ken Reid, J.Bruton (Irish PM) hands out Shamrock to Clinton, who calls for decommission in speech, Adams announces Sinn Fein will meet British Minister soon.

Gary McMichael (UDP) comments from Whitehouse on Adams role in the USA, then John Allardyce (Alliance) views on Clinton's role in process.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 17th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
4 mins 8 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3038



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In UUP leader vote, Lee Reynolds (stalking horse candidate) took fourteen percent of vote against Jim Molyneaux. Film report with Reynolds views and Molyneaux's winning speech, then Molyneaux comments on the party mood.

In the USA, Bill Clinton speaks at dinner.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 18th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
1 mins 54 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3039



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
James Kilfedder (North Down Independent Unionist MP) dies of heart attack. Film report on MP for twenty five years and profile of his time as an MP with constituent's comments. Then Roy Bradford's (Mayor) praise and Valerie Kingman (Cllr) views and other local party members. Old film clips of his political career, then report from Commons on reaction there with James Major and from P. Mayhew this morning. Jim Molyneaux (UUP Leader) was a close personal friend comments, then P. Robinson (DUP) views, then John Hume (SDLP) and J. Allardyce (Alliance).
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 21st Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins 2 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3040



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
After N.Ireland Office meet Loyalists, they say no imminent surrender of arms. Film report as M. Ancram (Northern Ireland Office) meets Loyalists for the first time, comments from B. Hutchinson, then G. McMichael (UDP).
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 22nd Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins 19 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
122
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3041



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Michael Ancram meets Loyalist delegation for the first time, move welcomed by Sinn Fein. Film report features Gary McMichael (UDP) comments on decommissioning, then B. Hutchinson (PUP) views on modalities of decommissioning, then M. Ancram (Northern Ireland Office Minister) comments on issues discussed. Main stream Unionist, Ken Magennis calls meeting a mistake. M. McGuinness (SF) says they'll meet Government Ministers within days. J. Allardyce (Alliance) met P. Mayhew on political developments. Film report and interview.

Film report on removal of soldiers flying out of Aldergrove, four hundred troops from Royal Artillery Regiment filmed flying out. Now eighteen thousand troops here, in 1972 there were thirty thousand. Ken Magennis (UUP) comments, then M. McGuinness (SF) views, although Sinn Fein claim harassment continues.

At Cliftonville, violence marred match with Portadown. Film report on sixteen injured RUC men and local women describes riots. Also trouble at bottom of Shankill, local, William Armstrong tells of attack as does Linda Redpath, Fred Cobain (UUP, Cllr) comments on RUC action, then Alan Campbell (Supt.) views on trouble. Jim Boyce (Cliftonville Chairman) comments and Portadown statement.

(Wednesday).
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 22nd Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
10 mins 41 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3042



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Army withdraws night time Army patrols in parts of N.Ireland. Film report on areas affected by Chief Constables decision. Reaction from P. Robinson (DUP), then from M. McGuinness (SF), comments on meeting Northern Ireland Office Ministers and demilitarisation.

In Republic, John Bruton (Prime Minister, FG) welcomes move by army at the Peace and Reconciliation Forum in Dublin, which heard the views of then Presbyterian Church today. Dr Geoffrey Brown, a former Moderator comments before and after meeting.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 24th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
4 mins
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3043



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Ed.McGrady (SDLP MP) says the government has stopped talking to main parties at the expense of the lesser parties. William Ross (UUP) supports views. Sinn Fein replies.

In the York Road area Loyalsit arms were found, seven weapons two hundred rounds, and mecury tilt switches. Film report includes UDA Inner Council statement on South Belfast UDA descent.

Film report on environmental accident at Lagan's roe path. Emma Anthony (4) who survived an IRA bomb that killed her father in Lurgan is to go on a trip to Disney World in Florida. Film report.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Sat 25th Mar 1995
Duration: minutes
4 mins 2 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3044



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Twenty-six weapons belonging to the INLA found in Dublin. Film report, four Northern men charged. Hugh Torney, Sean Branniff, and Dessie McClearly from Belfast and Tony Gorman from Armagh. Gorman wanted in England for murder in Derby. Profile of weapons found. Tom King (Supt.) interview. John O'Donaghue (FF, TD), then John Wheeler (Northern Ireland Officer Minister). G. McMichael (UDP) says UDA can't hand their weapons now. Film reports.

Then first of the Euro Unions £240,000,000 to be given to Northern Ireland as a peace dividend could be here by July. Film report features three Euro MEP's , Paisley, Hume and Nicholson, announcing Euro conference in Belfast to discuss Euro aid programme.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 5th Apr 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D01950
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3045



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Three Loyalists from Hollywood, Co.Down were in court charged with possession of thirty-eight weapons, most of them home-made. Film report. Men named as engineer (Denis Lyndoff (46), Desmond Lynoff (42) and Myrtle Lyndoff (43). Search in Hollwood continues.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 15th Apr 1995
Duration: minutes
1 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3046



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
English police in Co.Durham have discovered more home made Loyalists weapons in follow-up searches to their Hollywood find. Film report for the first time this century then Apprentice Boys were banned from marching down the Ormeau Road. Film report on marchers re-routed from Nationalist lower Ormeau Road with comments of Gerard Rice (Residents Group) and Sandy Geddis (Apprentice Boys). Bill Stewart ( RUC, ACC) praises Apprentice Boys.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 17th Apr 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3047



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
M.Ancram (Government Minister) is to join the talks with Sinn Fein. Film report on political reaction, pressure applied by Dublin Government. Government says decommissioning is top of agenda. Ancram interview, then I. Paisley (DUP) views, then Ken Magennis (UUP). Ken Reid boys talks will now have a two tier format. Ian Paisley met Bill Stewart (Belfast Police Chief ACC) on the banning of yesterday's Apprentice Boys Parade on the Ormeau Road. He comments outside afterwards with RUC statement released. Paisley wants courts to rule on marches.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 24th Apr 1995
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3048



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Michael Mooney (35) shot dead in Eighteen Steps bar, Belfast city centre, by two gunmen in drugs related killing. Profile of M. Mooney who had survived two previous murder bids. On Shankill minor riots follow increase in tension with RUC say UDP.

In radio interview, M. McGuinness (SF) says they won't talk with M Ancram (Northern Ireland Office Minister) if they are not treated like other parties. Interview then with S. Mallon (SDLP) for his views, then D. Trimble (UUP) reaction.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Sat 29th Apr 1995
Duration: minutes
3 mins 31 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3049



Series Title:
BBC UK News
Programme Title:
Description:
Major's (PM) visit to Derry interrupted by violence after Sinn Fein demonstration. Film report begins with scuffles at peaceful demonstration, then disturbances spread. Later Major arrived and gives his reaction to Sinn Fein demonstration, then M. McLaughlin (SF) blames the RUC, Denis Murray (BBC Journalist) analyses of trouble and it's possible effects on the Sinn Fein meeting with John Major next week.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Wed 3rd May 1995
Duration: minutes
5 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
3050



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Sinn Fein has its first meeting with a British government Minister (M.Ancram). Analysis of events by Ken Reid (Journalist). No film of handshake, McGUinness press conference at end of three hour talks, then M. Ancram in his interview put a different emphasis on the days talks, concentrating on moving decommissioning forward. In a separate interview P. Mayhew didn?t rule out Sinn Fein talks. Film report. Then a profile of the five members of the Sinn Fein delegation. Martin McGuinness (Old film clips), Gerry Kelly (Old film clips), Cllr Sean McManus, SF Ard Chairle, Lucilita Breanach and Siobhan O'Hanlon (former prisoner in 1980's) niece of Joe Cahill. Then analysis of today's talks from Stormont by Ken Reid.

Next a film report gives the reaction to today's talks from John Bruton (Irish Prime Minister) who welcomed the talks, then P. Robinson (DUP) called it then 'treacherous meeting the treasonous. He explains.. In the studio, Prof. Paul Arthur gives his assessment of the talks and the reactions and what will likely happen now and will intergovernment relations improve.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 10th May 1995
Duration: minutes
17 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3051



Series Title:
Spotlight
Programme Title:
Politics of Parading
Description:
Firstly a report from the town of Castlederg, once a Loyalist town now the population is evenly divided. This population shift is at the basis of recent tensions, now Charlie McHugh (SF Cllr.) wants Nationalists to assert right to March. (... ENTRY TO BE COMPLETED)
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 18th May 1995
Duration: minutes
28 mins
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3052



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Washington Investment Conference begins, live report from USA with Jim Dougall (political editor), one thousand delegates hear Bill Clinton's appeal to end all violence. Film report on speech highlights including decommissioning call and the importance of investment. Last night P. Mayhew and G. Adams attracted the press attention, would they meet or not, film report with Adams comments, then Mayhew comments, and reaction from Major in Commons, then I. Paisley's (DUP) comments on 'lying behaviour of British Government'. Report on early conference sessions by James Kerr, American Executives, James Corcoran (American Home Products) and Donald Chapell (Pan Atlantic Consultants) comments, then Al Gore (Vice President) speech to businessmen covered. Then executives, Billy Farley (Fruit of the Loom) views, followed by speech of Ron Brown (US Commerce Secretary) on his plans for Northern Ireland investment. Then J. Dougall interviews Baroness Denton (Northern Ireland Office Commerce Minister) on her hopes for conference results. Then Jim Dougall comments on content of Clinton's speech in terms of practical help for Northern Ireland.

Other news, in Larne Courts, a young man was charged with raping a German tourist in Cusendall. Film report.

Businesses in Conway Mill's reaction to the Government's funding. Film report with Jean Lundy (Secretary of Conway Mill Committee) interview, then Tom Cahills (Secretary) views on misconception about Conway Mill.

Then Government has decided not to change Northern Ireland Abortion Laws. Then English 1967 act doesn't apply here. Our law is CIREA 1861. Film report with David Archard (pro-choice) comments and P. Mayhew's comments, then Betty Gibson (SPUC) views on right to life.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 25th May 1995
Duration: minutes
16 mins 53 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3053



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At Whitehouse party, Bill Clinton says he will visit Ireland. Film report for USA investment conference. Over the last twenty four years, local business men, Declan O'Hare comments, then Wes Allen of USA comments on opening new cheese factory in Derry. Then reports on Information Technology rooms and a vox pop of businessmen who attended. The Northern Ireland Office released it's latest figures on cost of law and order in Northern Ireland and the jobs lost between 1973 and 1990 and the tourist potential, plus the 10% tax break in the Republic. John Simpson (Economist) comments on the importance of this to US Businessmen. Then report from Ken Reid on last night's garden party with Hilary Clinton comments, outside two hundred guests caught up in a bomb scare. Then Bill Clinton's speech, he mentions Ulster ancestory of Andrew Jackson. P. Robinson (DUP) comments on how the visit went for them and Paisley's reasons for staying away. They do criticise Clinton's views on Adam's.

(Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 26th May 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3054



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Prince Charles visits Dublin, the first Royal visit since partition. Film report on preparations in Dublin and security operation. Last visit was 1911, locals comments on their views, then live report from Shane Harrison. Film clip of his arrival.

In Bosnia, John Davidson, a foreign Legioner, captured by Croats is from Belfast's Clonard area. Film report with his mother's comments.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 31st May 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins 32 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3055



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Prince Charles pelted with eggs in Dublin. Film report from Shane Harrison. Firstly a dinner at Dublin Castle with John Bruton speech., then Prince Charles reply. Today one hundred protesters at Mansion House, then at Trinity College, then egg attack. Dubliners comments on visit, then Charles had lunch with Irish President, then trip to Meath and New Grange. Jim Dougall (Political Editor) says visit was success in his analysis, no prospect of Queen's visit as yet.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 1st Jun 1995
Duration: minutes
4 mins 42 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3056



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
A.McDonnell (SDLP Cllr.) accepts job as Deputy Mayor, Belfast. The first Nationalist to hold the position, he refused to accept party line of not standing. Ormeau Road locals gives their opinions. Reaction from Mark Durkan and Joe Hendron, then clip of his acceptance speech, The new Lord Mayor is Eric Smyth (DUP), profile of his past and interview with him and his private life, a foster parent and campaigner against drugs. Jim McDowell (Journalist) views on man.

In Armagh, the inquest began on the eight men killed in the SAS ambush at Loughgall. Film report on attack and profile of the case of innocent victims, Anthony Hughes and his brother Oliver who survived, gives interview on his shooting and lack of any Army apology. Profile of guns history recovered on 8th May 1988. Inquest into Pierce Jordan, an IRA Vol., killed in November 1992 is to be delayed by Court appeal by his family.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 2nd Jun 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins 40 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3057



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Bob McCartney (UK Unionist) is elected MP for North Down. He rejects Jim Molyneaux's (UUP) view that North Down is least effected by terrorism. Film report with McCartney interviewed and reply. Voting tallies given. In the studio, Ken Magennis (UUP) gives his reaction to McCartney success.

On first anniversary of Loughlinisland massacre by the LVF, the bar owner, Hugh O'Toole gives an interview on his thoughts and feeling today. Then an attack survivor, Seamus Monan describes the events that night. Then John Killen (Local Trust) views. Ron Hawthorne (RUC Chief Supt) assures locals the hunt for killers goes on.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 16th Jun 1995
Duration: minutes
9 mins 23 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3058



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Martin McGuiness (SF) gives his views on what the British demand for the surrender of the IRA, by decommissioning, would mean in real terms for Republicans.

In the Dail, John Bruton rejects the notion there is stalemate over decommissioning.

In Commons Bob McCartney (North-Down, MP) is swore into the House of Commons. Film report and interview with McCartney on his political views, he hopes to change Westminister's views of pro-union politics in Northern Ireland. John Biffen (Tory, MP) comments. Analysis by Ken Reid.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 17th Jun 1995
Duration: minutes
4 mins 1 secs
DVD No.
D01960
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3059



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Major resigns as Tory leader, and will stand for re-election in two weeks. Film report on shock resignation and Tory party in fighting. Patrick Mayhew letter on destabilisation of peace process. Major's resignation hits at threats from minority in party. Andrew Hunter (MP) comments on current Tory rows effect on peace process. Reaction from J. Allardyce (Alliance) is 'gutsy'. M. Durkan (SDLP) views calls Mayhew letter pathetic and recalls fall of Reynolds Government, then BBC political correspondent in Dublin gets the views of G.Adams (SF).

In the Dail, John Bruton paid tribute to Major, then met G. Adams, he calls it a good meeting.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 22nd Jun 1995
Duration: minutes
9 mins
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3060



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Lee Clegg (British Paratrooper) freed from jail following reports to N.Ireland Secretary from life sentence review board. Rioting erupts in Belfast and Derry, sixty vehicles destroyed. Film report on violence and Nationalist protests and bomb hoaxes at army barracks. Street demonstration addressed by A. Maskey (SF, Cllr). Film report on Lee Clegg's release following lobbying by the press and the military. Mayhew's statement. B. Gadd (Chief Probation Officer) resigns over haste of decision, sole survivor from joyriders shot by Clegg, M. Gorman comments. Clegg's written statement. M. Moss (Northern Ireland Office Minister) views on bearing for the peace process. John Hume (SDLP) calls it a strange decision, J. White (UDP) calls it preferential treatment over other prisoners. M. McGuinness (SF) comments on protests and Joe Hendron and I. Paisley and J. Allardyce views reported. J. Bruton (Irish Prime Minister) wants all prisoners treated the same. Dick Spring gives an interview. In the studio Sean Reilly, father of shot, Karen Reilly gives his family's reaction to Clegg's release.

At Queens University, Belfast, the first graduation occurred with no playing of the National Anthem, S. King (UUP) protest and interview. Mary McAleese (Pro-Vice Chancellor) criticised, then comments of Prof. Leslie Clarkson, opinions at Garden party were mixed. Phil Coulter gets honourary degree.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 3rd Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
13 mins
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3061



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Major wins the vote for Tory Party Leadership, but margin of victory still leaves lame duck doubts. One hundred and nine Tory MPs didn't back Major.

Film report, on the Clegg release violence continued across Northern Ireland. Film reports. Roman Catholic Cardinal C. Daly in interview calls Clegg release a blunder and wants balance in dealing with other prisoners. Major comments in Commons on yesterday's violence and Pte Clegg's case. In Dungannon a hoax bomb and thirty two arrests overnight. Film report from Yorkshire were Clegg family give press interview, then his solicitor, Simon McKay's view.

At Queen's University, Belfast, graduations today, I. Paisley Jnr, who graduated played, God save the Queen with his tap recorder. Film report.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 4th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins ? secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
123
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3062



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
A stand off for thirty hours continues in Portadown between Orangemen and police after the Drumcree parade was banned. Film report with D. Trimble (UUP, MP) views on their traditional route and accuses Garvaghy Road Residents, then report from Garvaghy Road residents side with comments from resident, Anne Hatton, then Fr. Eamon Stack (Community Priest) on the religious makeup of Garvaghy Road, then Cardinal C. Daly urges Orangemen not to over react in interview. P. Mayhew won't intervene, he explains his position in interview.

Meanwhile in South Belfast, negotiations continue to find a solution to an Orange Parade due to March through the lower Ormeau Road on the 12th. Film report on the talks involving the Quakers and review of previous parades. M. Smyth (MP) wants supporters to make a separate journey around district.

Overnight in Portadown a Roman Catholic family home was petrol bombed in a sectarian attack. Film report. Also an orange hall in Toome was burnt out in arson attack.

In Newry two men hijacked and burnt out a lorry. Film report with Mervyn Patton (Chief Insp.) views.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 10th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins 52 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3063



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Portadown Orangemen march down Garvaghy Road, residents allowed to protest at roadside. Film report on 'deal' but each side has different view as what it means for future parades. Film report on parade going down road, and last nights trouble as ten thousand Orangemen gathered. Brendan Rice (Garvaghy Residents) interview, then at the end of the parade (MISSING) (MISSING) (MISSING) (MISSING) Report from Garvaghy Residents side of fence and from Brendan McAllister, a negotiator, a statement. Then Fr. Eamon Stack on compromise followed by individual residents views, then film clip of March past protesters. Kathy Foy, a resident says they aren't going to be second class citizens anymore.

Next a film report on the last days of stand off and the reasons behind it with comments of Freddie Hall (RUC Chief), who says there will be no Parade tomorrow on Garvaghy Road, but no comment on this from the Orange Leaders. Fr. Eamon Stack comments. In Commons, J. Major praised the RUC and then P. Mayhew praised them and called for calm and wise reflection. J. Hendron (SDLP) accuses Paisley of winding up the Orangemen last night. J. Allardyce (Alliance) supports this view, then B. Hutchinson (PUP) is also critical of Paisley. G. Adams (SF) comments on Orange Card.

In Larne Orangemen lift their port blockade. Film report with stranded passengers views and Roy Beggs (UUP, MP).

On Ormeau Road, no deal has been agreed on tomorrow's Orange Parade. Film report on talks going on in the area with Robert Saulters (Orange Order) views and G. Rice (Resident Spokesman), then local residents views.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 11th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
18 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3064



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Orangemen march down Lower Ormeau road, on three hundred and fifth anniversary of the Boyne. Film report on parade and local resident s protest from behind RUC jeeps, some stones thrown. G. Rice comments on Orange threats. M. Smyth blames residents in interview, Ormeau in interview. Joe Beckett (Ormeau Resident) in Cooke Street accuses RUC of brutality. Many leading Republicans attended protest. Adams comments on RUC behaviour. Report on main Orange Parade in Belfast, Loyalist carried prisoners banner. Film report. M. Smyth gave permission for banner. J. White (UDP) comments. Rev. William McCrea (DUP) attacks framework document and republicans in speech. Report from Independent Orange Parade to which Paisley belongs, he defended his role in Portadown, comments from George Dawson, it's head, then report from Loughgall parade in Co. Armagh. B. McKenna (Garvaghy Road) comments on voluntary re-routing by Orangemen, Harold Gracey comments, then Norman Allen on Drumcree. Profile of Orange resolutions analysed by Jim Dougall, will they affect the peace process or ceasefires. Reports on some overnight violence in Belfast and Newry, two orange halls damaged.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 12th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
10 mins 45 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3065



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A report from the Lower Ormeau Road, were RUC sealed off streets to allow parade past. John Gormley (Residents Association Spokesman) called it near to Marshall law. R. Saulters (Orangeman) views and film of March past S. Graham's bookies, watched by relative of Graham attack victim, Diana Henry. Film of minor disturbance in Cooke Street, Donegall Pass residents welcome marchers. M. McGimpsey (UUP, Cllr) views. In Lower Ormeau, Fr. A. Curran comments on Community/RUC relations damage, then G. Rice on sit down protest refusal by RUC. Latest news says sit down on bridge continues. The Irish Government expressed disappointment with RUC action. A bomb hoax affected the Park Centre.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 12th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
4 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3066



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Speculation continues that the government will reduce prison sentence remission to fifty percent and release some one hundred prisoners, but in Commons J.Major said he had no imminent plans but will keep matter under review. A. Hunter (MP) believes Government will act. G. McMichael (UDP) comments. Review of 1988 changes to remission rules. Jim Molyneaux advises caution. Murderer's cases not included. M. McLaughlin (SF) comments on an interview on his parties opinion and mentions Clegg affair. Then Peter Gibson whose father was killed during Troubles gives his views on early releases, in interview, he's against releases.

In Dungannon, a protestant family survived a sectarian arson attack. David Maxwell tells what happened.

Film report with V. Currie (SDLP, Cllr) condemnation. Also six Orange halls damaged by arson attacks. Four in Co. Fermanagh. Film reports with interview (MISSING) (MISSING) Other attacks in Armagh and Tyrone. Look at their efforts in Drumcree and on the Lower Ormeau, McAllister gives interview on his position. M. Smyth (Orange Chief, UUP, MP) condemns attacks on halls.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 13th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
11 mins 49 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3067



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Three Republican prisoners transferred from English prison to N.Ireland. Film report on two INLA men and one IRA volunteer.

The Irish Government criticised Sinn Fein call for street protests on the slowness of the peace process. Film report from home of Eamon O'Donnell in Derry to be transferred. Sean Cruickshank and Gerard McMahon named as the other prisoners with profile of sentences. At Whtemoor Jail, four Republicans are on protest. M. McGuinness on peace process in crisis and John Bruton's reaction, then Dick Spring views, and P. DeRossa. Film report live from Magaberry Jail with analysis of any further transfers. Gino Gallagher (IRSP) welcomed the moves, while M. McLaughlin (SF) criticises the small number involved.

In Dublin the Presbyterian Church met John Bruton for talks.

In Newtownabbey a fifteen year old youth from Bawnmore beaten in a sectarian attack. Film report with his mother's comments, rise in sectarianism led to PUP meeting SDLP, interview with D. Ervine.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 20th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3068



Series Title:
BBC UK News
Programme Title:
Description:
P.Mayhew (N.Ireland Secretary) had talks with D.Spring (Irish government) to find a way of speeding up peace process, especially the issue of decommissioning and its modalities. Film report. Then Republican prisoners in Whitemoor jail visited by Irish TDs. Film report.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Mon 24th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins 14 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
3069



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
As three more Republican prisoners transferred from England to Magheraberry, at Stormont, G.Adams and M.McGuiness met P.Mayhew (N.Ireland Office Minister) and M.Ancram. Film report on meeting and analysis of significance, Adams says Sinn Fein has no room to manoevre, he comments in interview on talks, Ken Magennis (UUP) reaction is Government sucked into IRA agenda. P. Robinson (DUP) critical of Government stance. Three Republicans named as INLA's Liam Heffernan and Martin McMonagle and IRA's Phelim O'Hamill. B. Rowan (Security Journalist) report with McMonagle family reaction, then Gino Gallagher (IRSP) comments, Pat McKeown (SF) statement. From Derry M. McGuinness (SF) comments on the talks today with the British Government and the subjects discussed including his position on decommissioning.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 27th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3070



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Glasgow six Loyalists charged, three released after police raids. Sinn Fein has began protests for all party talks, A.Maskey (Cllr.) statement. The DUP has rejected demands for prisoners releases as the Dublin government releases twelve prisoners, P.Robinson comments.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 29th Jul 1995
Duration: minutes
1 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3071



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Lurgan, the UUP branch critised Bill McCreesh (RUC Supt.) during weekend trouble with Loyalists, but called him a well known Catholic officer. Today D.Trimble (UUP MP) called reference to his religion as irrelevant, Arnold Hatch (UUP Cllr.) apologised for his statement. Dick Spring has asked Pat Kelly (Republican prisoner) in Whitemoor be transferred to hospital as he has skin cancer.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 2nd Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins 9 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3072



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A body has been found at Antrim on Lough Neagh. Film report on suspicious injuries. Brian Magill (RUC Insp.) comments.

G. Adams (SF) in Dublin says there will be no peace process without all party talks. Film report and interview warns of violence, reaction from S. Wilson (DUP). Paisley is to meet Major next month. UDP earns SinN Fein over street politics.

Tesco first store opens.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 3rd Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3073



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report on tourism increase in N.Ireland with tourist comments. In Conway Mill, A.Reynolds denies decommissioning was part of Major talks, Baroness Denton (N.Ireland Office Minister) refutes this. Film report from Peace Process debate with (MISSING)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 10th Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins 8 secs
DVD No.
D01970
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3074



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Rioting has followed Apprentice Boys parade though the Lower Ormeau Road and in Derry. Film reports from Ormeau and Derry with comments of Bill Stewart (RUC, ACC), M. McGuinness (SF) reacts to events in Derry.

In Courts, four men, Brendan Conway, Steven Maguire, Gerard Martin and Damien Kerr.were remanded in custody on kidnapping and punishment beating charge.

In Portadown Courts, Trevor Buchanon and Dale Wetherhead were charged with attempted murder.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 12th Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins 53 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3075



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Violence continued in Derry and Belfast overnight, after Apprentice Boys parade. Film report from both cities, P. Robinson (DUP) criticises A. Maskey (SF) comments.

In Belfast a Republican rally is to march to the City Hall later today.

In Cork, the Garda uncovered an explosives find.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sun 13th Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins 15 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3076



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In speech, P.Mayhew announces re-introduction of fifty percent remission for prisoners. Film report on his speech in Queen University Belfast he wants IRA decommissioning. Political reaction from Dublin, then Sammy Wilson (DUP), Joe Hendron (SDLP), S. Close (Alliance).

In Derry, a film report on industrial unrest at United Technologies factory.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 25th Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3077



Series Title:
Spotlight
Programme Title:
The Go-Betweens
Description:
Events leading up to the paramilataries ceasefires. The programme deals with the events leading up to last years ceasefires and the people involved in bringing them about. (... ENTRY TO BE COMPLETED)
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 31st Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
173



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
On the first anniversary of the IRA ceasefire, a look back at the year to see how it has affected peoples lives, and see if they think it will last. Firstly to Kilkeel, a largely Unionist town. Clyde Corentin's (Fisherman) views, then Gordon Coulter for the town's redevelopment group. Gordon Ferguson (Free Presbyterian Minister) critical of Sinn Fein/IRA family of IRA victim. A. Johnston (L. Cpl) views. Jim Dougall (Political Editor) profiles the needs of Sinn Fein, all party talks names of twenty five years of dead displayed at Belfast's Shaftesbury Square. G. Adams comments on the Government's idea of an international commission to handle decommissioning, then Patrick Mayhew views, then B. Hutchinson (PUP) views on international decommission, followed by J. Bruton's (Irish Prime Minister) views.

In the USA, President Clinton calls for decommissioning.

Next a report on one of the names from the Shaftesbury Square list, a Roman Catholic RUC man, Michael Ferguson (2?), shot dead by the IRA in Derry in January 1993, his mother Kathleen Ferguson describes the family's loss and her views on the possibility of prison releases. The role of Clonard priest, Fr. Alec Reid is profiled by Brian Rowan (Journalist), with A. Reynolds comments, he brought Hume/Adams together for 1988 talks, Cardinal Cathal Daly comments.

At Belfast's St Anne's Cathedral, an interdominational prayer meeting was held to celebrate the peace.

Next report looks at the relaxed atmosphere now in Belfast's night life on the Golden Mile, including J. Major's visit last year, then restaurant staff comment. Then from Robinson's Bar, visitors give their assessments, musicians comment on lack of Loyalist threat to traditional music. Overnight six arson attacks, film report.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 31st Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
19 mins 1 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3078



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Reports on the first anniversary of IRA ceasefire, and profile of how it effected three people. Firstly the RUC, in community relations and on the street. Raymond Jeffries (Oldpark RUC Sgt.) explains the changes he has seen, including less overtime and wages cuts, then Hugh Annesley (RUC Chief) reviews the years changes, mostly in death total and bombing drops and how he will direct RUC resources, before and after any all-party talks.

Next former IRA prisoner Tommy McKearney who served sixteen years for killing a UDR soldier and lost three brothers in the troubles gives his opinion on the peace through exhaustion rather than conviction. Then on 31st August 1988, three people died in an IRA booby trap in Derry, One of their sons Martin Dalton tells of his feeling and opinions. Then more pictures of Shaftesbury Square, 3,173 list of troubles dead.

Then at St Malachy in the markets, a mass for Antrim Roman Catholic Sean McDermott killed one year ago by UVF.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 31st Aug 1995
Duration: minutes
11 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3079



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, David Trimble is to contest UUP leadership, film report on his profile, and then interview. Mayhew to meet Dick Spring.

In IRA statement today they blame British for lack of progress. Henry McDonald film report. Sinn Fein held parades across Northern Ireland and in Derry.

Business Editor profiles the increase here in competition for local businesses even in the fish and chip businesses. Gerry Keenan comments for Harry Ramsden. Sainsbury/Tesco move in. Nigel Smyth (CBI) views.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 1st Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
5 mins 52 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3080



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Peace process dead locked after latest Sinn Fein and government meeting. Film report with Adams comments, he ruled out international arms commission before all party talks, then comments of Mayhew, he says decommissioning must come before all party talks. Mayhew also met Dick Spring before Wednesday's Anglo-Irish summitt. Film report with cautious interview from (MISSING) (MISSING) (MISSING) (MISSING).

G. McMichael (UDP) views, R. Needham (former Northern Ireland Office) is to take position on Mivan board. Film report with political reaction. He also took seat on GEC board. Needham interview.

Loyalist killer John Marsden gets life for killing two Roman Catholic workmen at Belfast's North Queen Street on 17th May 1994. Film report on former soldiers role for £84.00 owed to UVF
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 4th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3081



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Confusion over formula for tomorrows Anglo-Irish summit. Film report on rumours. Meanwhile Bruce Morrison criticises British insistance on decommissioning, Mayhew replies. Two Governments haven't agreed if it's guns before talks or talks before guns. From Dublin, Shane Harrison analysis of today's events.

In Andytown, Tony Kane shot dead, killers ran off into estate. Film report on drugs related killing. Republicans say he was once in IPLO. Henry Robinson (FAIT) says PIRA killed the man.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 5th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
4 mins 44 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3082



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Adair (UDA leader) gets sixteen years for directing terrorism. Film report on evidence against him, including recorded conversations with beat police. Profile of Adair's home and security regime.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 6th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
3 mins 33 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
124
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3083



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Tonight the UUP will elect its new leader in the Ulster Hall. Film report on arrangements, J.Cunningham (President) comments, favourite is John Taylor, Ken Magennis positive as are right winger D. Trimble and William Ross. M. Smyth (Orangeman) hopeful of Orange vote.

M. Ancram (Northern Ireland Office Minister) to meet US Government. Meanwhile J. Major (Prime Minister) denies process is in crisis. Film interview. Then J. Bruton comments (FG). Next Adams views on Orange Orders decision to award medals for those who took part in two day seige of Drumcree. Rev. John Pickering views, then Film of Paisley getting his medal and interview. Don Mercer (Garvaghy Resident) calls it a joke.

In Bessbrook a Republican march has been re-routed from town-centre.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 8th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins 20 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3084



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
British and Irish government begin work to restart cancelled summit, the SDLP met M.Ancram at Stormont, they believe decommission before talks isn't feasible. Ancram comments on his talks in the USA. J. Bruton comments before leavinv for Canada on impasse. Adams going to USA for meetings. Summitt cancellation was due to Irish thinking British had decided to accept token gesture on decommissioning. David Trimble (UUP New Leader) is to meet P. DeRossa (DL) and all party leaders except Sinn Fein. Report on Trimble interview. Earlier Paisley cast himself as King maker over Trimble election. Film report with Trimble/Paisley news on Unionist Commission idea.

In Dunloy an Orange Parade clashed with residents. Paisley interview, then RUC statement and M. McCamphill (SDLP, Cllr) wants talks with order to cancel parades.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 11th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins 48 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3085



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
RUC increases size of its drug squad by seventeen men. Film report from Henry McDonald on increase in drug seizures since ceasefires. Frank McGoldrick (Councillor) comments on drug problem. Paul Norney, a Republican prisoner for twenty years in England is to be transferred back to Magaberry. Film report with interview with his wife Breige.

D. Trimbel (UUP) met I. Paisley (DUP) for talks at Paisley home. Both feel the need for Unionist Unity. Film report with comments from both men on Unionist Commission idea.

In Derry's Rosemount, residents want giant army tower removed. Cecil Hutcheon comments at Sinn Fein protest.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 18th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins 54 secs
DVD No.
D01980
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3086



Series Title:
Spotlight
Programme Title:
Days Like This
Description:
Loyal Order parades. This programme deals with the increase in sectarian attacks on Catholic churches and Orange Halls this past summer. (... ENTRY TO BE COMPLETED)
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 18th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
?
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3087



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, two men, two women convicted of 24 July rape. The DUP says Protestants in the North West are being discriminated against, but Fair Employment Commission says Catholic still twice as likely to be unemployed. Film report with G. Campbell (DUP) views, then Bob Cooper (Employment Comm.) comments.

Irish Government has met the PUP on the peace process. Report with D. Ervine comments on questions he'll ask. Then after he calls it a good meeting. Billy Hutchinson on arms decommissioning. Possibilities it must be bi-lateral. Then John Bruton views on communication.

US house of Reps. has asked President Clinton to keep working for Peace Process. Back to Legal fight at Loughgall, relatives to have a new inquest. Film report on relatives claims.

In Downpatrick, the RUC banned an Orange Parade through the centre of Downpatrick.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 20th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
9 mins
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3088



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Hume and Ian Paisley have separate meetings with John Major (PM) in London. Film report from Jim Dougall on SDLP first with John Hume comments outside on breaking stalemate, then on Paisley visit, he wants all terrorists to decommission, comments outside, he wants Assembly as negotiating device. The UUP's new leader has reshuffled his party spokesman. Film report. John Taylor is deputy leader, he gives studio interview on changes made.

In Belfast, the Duchess of Kent visited the Royal Victoria Hospital. Film report. Republican Terence 'Cleeky' Clarke waiting for an appointment was removed by the RUC from the hospital. Film report.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 26th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
11 mins
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3089



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Euro Court of Human Rights has ruled the killing of the Gibraltar Three by the SAS was unlawful. Film report on ruling which is embarrassment to government. Court ruled relatives not entitled to compensation. Niall Farrell (Brother of Mairead) comments. Film clips of incident, Barra McCrory (Solicitor) statement. M. Heseltine (Deputy Prime Minister) gives the Government response, then M. Ancram (Northern Ireland Office, Minister) views, local politicians reactions from Paisley, then D. Trimble (UUP Leader), then Joe Austen (SF, Cllr) and Steve McBride (Alliance).

In the Dail, John Bruton calls all parties to increase efforts on the peace process. Film report with questions to Bruton in the Dail from Mary Harney (PD) on cancelled summitt, then from Nial Dempsey (FF), then from B. Ahern on the British Government stance on decommissioning.

In Courts, Sean Hughes (24) convicted of bombing ATS tyre depot, two others cleared. Film report.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 27th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
11 mins
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3090



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Interview with Mary O'Rawe (Committee on Administration of Justice), on their view of today's Euro court ruling ten to nine against the government. She cites the 10-9 majority was because British restricted evidence going before the judges. Any death by the Security Forces now merits re-investigation.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 27th Sep 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins 55 secs
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3091



Series Title:
RTE News
Programme Title:
Description:
D.Trimble (UUP leader) meets John Bruton (Irish PM) in Dublin. Film report but no meeting of minds. Bruton and Trimble comment afterwards. Then Trimble met B. Ahern (FF, Leader), he comments on his impressions of their talks, then Trimble met Mary Harney (PD), she comments. Profile of Trimble's talks over last month and his work rate. John Taylor praises his energy and intelligence and humour, then a film look back to the 1970's with Glen Barr interview on his closeness to Bill Craig, he says he's an analyst not a strategist. Barr views of his appeal to Unionists of all shades.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE
Date Broadcast:
Mon 2nd Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins 14 secs
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
3092



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At Tory conference, P.Mayhew (N.Ireland Secretary) says it again, no all party talks without decommissioning. Film report from Ken Reid with Mayhew's speech and other contributions from Tory party members including Barbara Finney (North Down Tory). Then live in Blackpool, Ken Reid interviews P. Mayhew on the current stalemate and the idea of talks about talks.

A fire damaged St Patricks Roman Catholic Church in Donegal Street, cause unknown. Priest saved paintng worth £1,500,000. Film report with amateur video film and Fr. Aidan Rankin comments, then Fire Officer, then Bishop Patrick Walsh comments, local people comment on church's importance to them.

Next an interview with G. Spence (PUP) on the current Loyalist ceasefire and assurances he received in the USA about any group going back to violence.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 12th Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
12 mins
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3093



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Major tells Tory Party Conference no place for guns at the negotiating table. Film report on his address, praises his Northern Ireland Office Ministers and criticises Sinn Fein/IRA, he wants fair, just peace, free from shadow of the gun. No local politicians won the Nobel peace prize, although nominated. Film report on John Hume hearing the news. With comments of J. Stevenson (SDLP), I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) says it was good they didn?t win it.

It's one year since Loyalist ceasefire. Film report with Rev. Roy Magee explaining his idea for decommissioning in interview, he also suggests have a referendum on decommissioning.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 13th Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3094



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
RUC man fired a shot outside a Bogside pub. Film report with Republican, Sean McMonagle itnerview on off duty RUC men confronting him in bar and calling him a 'Fenian bastard'. Cathal Crumley (SF) says they were undercover and drinking. RUC statement.

In Belfast, Loyalists march to City Hall on first anniversary of ceasefire. Film report with D. Ervine (PUP) speech. Peace Train returns to Belfast.

In Lurgan a Sinn Fein all party talks protest was broken up by the RUC.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 14th Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
3 mins 6 secs
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3095



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Loyalist city rally with Ervine comments, then Sinn Fein rally in Lurgan, then longer report on Peace Trains arrival in Belfast.

Next profile of baby born just one year after Loyalist ceasefire.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Sat 14th Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
2 mins ? secs
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3096



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
The British government says it would consider an alternate to decommissioning before talks if it was possible to devise one. Film report with Mayhew comments. He's to meet Anthony Lake (US Security Advisor) tonight. Lake comments on US position. Sinn Fein may not be under pressur to soften it's line. Dick Spring comments. From Derry, M. McLaughlin (SF) comments on this development, then analysis of Mayhew's comments by Jim Dougall and Unionists reactions. Robert Eames (Church of Ireland, Archbishop) has proposed a forum for Ordinary people to air their views on the peace process. Film report.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 17th Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3097



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then Tommy Lyttle (former UDA Chief) in West Belfast dies of heart attack. Profile of the man, jailed in 1991 branded an agent, and associate of Army agent B.Nelson.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 19th Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
1 mins 33 secs
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3098



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A fully paid up Catholic, Patricia Campbell (UUP member) has alleged religious discrimination against the UUP over her job application. Film report from Ken Reid with Campbell interview.

In the Republic, a new anthem for the nation is to be considered according to John Bruton. Southerners give opinions in the streets. History of the anthem, and views of Phil Coulter (Derry) and Steve McBride (Alliance) wants it changed.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 20th Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
5 mins 2 secs
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3099



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then Dick Spring met UUP leader in party's HQ. Film report on seventy-five minutes meeting with Spring and Trimble comments. Afterwards with analysis from Ken Reid. G. Adams (SF) calls for all-party talks and earlier Paisley says Major interested in his idea of a constitutional assembly. This evening D. Spring to meet Gusty Spence (PUP) in Belfast's Europa. Film report with H. Smyth (PUP) meeting. D. Spring at City Hall and Spring comments, then H. Smyth's views. Spring also visted Somme Heritage Centre and was heckled by Cedric Smyth. Film report on museum visit. (Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 23rd Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins ? secs
DVD No.
D01990
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3100



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then J.Bruton (Irish PM) visits Derry, in Loyalist Fountain Estate he gets mixed reception. Film report with Bruton's building bridges comments. Bruton also visited Bogside, Creggan and City Walls. Speculation on who will switch on Belfast's Christmas Lights. Bill Clinton (US President) or Power Rangers. Film report with Dorita Fields (SDLP, Cllr) comments.

Next film report on advantage of Nursery Schools. Profile of St Theresa's funding by Euro Peace money. CEM's say Nursery School helps Roman Catholic children close the gap on social disadvantage. Film report on increase in Roman Catholics and Women joining the RUC. Barian McCargo (Supt.) comments on his choices as a Roman Catholic in the RUC. Judith Gillespie (Woman Inspecter) views on women's role and uncertainty over the forces future.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 27th Oct 1995
Duration: minutes
9 mins 9 secs
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3101



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
UUP delegation led by Trimble has first meeting with Bill Clinton (US President). Film report and analysis by Ken Reid. Interview before meeting and meetings the night before with Senators R. Neal and George Mitchell. Pat Doherty (SF) avoided by Trimble. Paul Quinn (Ireland Fund) comments. Pat Doherty (SF) expresses concerns about ceasefire due to British inaction. Then interview with D. Trimble after meeting Clinton on subjects discussed.

Brian Lenihan (Ireland Former Foreign Minister) (64) has died. Film profile of his career in Fianna Fail and dealings with Northern Ireland matters.

(Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 1st Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
8 mins
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3102



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Hugh Annesley (RUC Chief) visits Derry City Council and Sinn Fein protest outside, he announces Rosemount watchtower and Buncrana Road checkpoint will be removed. Annesley interview, then Resident Groups views.

Dublin Court has remanded Pearce McAuley and Nessan Quinliva in custody on extradition request from UK. Film report from Shane Harrison on case. D. Ervine (PUP) has criticised Adam's comments, that the peace process no longer exists. Film report and Ervine interview that process belongs to more people that Sinn Fein members. Adams explains his comments.

Belfast Jews pay respects to assasinated Israeli leader, Rabin, at the weekend.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 6th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
5 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3103



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In courts at the Margaret Wright murder trial, it was revealed the six defendants were told to plea guilty by the UVF or be killed. Film report defense lawyers walk out. Lord Justice Nicholson's reaction, he entered not guilty pleas.

Adams (SF President) says this phase of the peace process is finished. The SDLP's response. Published Confidential report is sent to Major, but no action taken by Major, with John Humes comments, and then S. Mallon. Adam's comments on Britain's one item agenda.

In the Republic, Neil Blaney (TD) has died. Film report on his political career in Fianna Fail and the 1970 arms trial, he had the traditional Nationalist view of Northern Ireland.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 8th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins 12 secs
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3104



Series Title:
Spotlight
Programme Title:
Crossing The Line
Description:
People whose politics differ; Protestant/Republicans and Catholic/Unionists. Catholics are Nationalists, Protestants are Unionists so it's believed in N.Ireland. Programme tonight profiles six people here who differ from that perception.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 9th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
30 mins 2 secs
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
174



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
N.Ireland house prices rise by eleven percent in last year. Film report on average house prices district by district. Malone house £139,000. Estate agents comments. Then buyers and sellers comments. Negative Equity problem in the rest of the UK. Peace process has helped prices.

Sinn Fein hold a rally in the Belfast Ulster Hall, speech by M. McGuinness. Alliance Party paper on the way forward rejected by Sinn Fein/SDLP.

South African FW DeKlerk is to address Northern Ireland conference on November 23rd.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 9th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
6 mins 36 secs
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3105



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Garda believe the one thousand, three hundred pound van bomb they intercepted this morning was for the North, and was made by RSF's military wing, the Irish National Republican Army. Film report on Garda operation with Ed Murray (Supt.) comments, then profile of birth of RSF in 1986 when Rory O'Brady walked out of Sinn Fein Ard Fheis. D. Ervine's (Loyalist) reaction, then Gary McMichael (UDP), then M. McGuinness (SF) cautions against any over reaction. Report on views of Patrick Mayhew with interview, then D. Trimbel (UUP) is suspicious of bomb following Adam's comments. Paisley wants border security tightened. Within the SDLP is concern, interview with S. Mallon. Shane Harrison reports on reaction in Dublin from Rory Quinn (Finance Minister). B. Ahern (FF) praises the Garda.

Bloody Sunday relatives say they have uncovered a document that proves the Widgery Inquiry was a whitewash. Film report with Kathleen Kelly (71) mother of Michael (17), recollections. The document contained minutes of meeting between Ted Heath and Lord Widgery in which Heath told Widgery remember Britain is fighting propaganda war. Kay Duddy (Victim's sister) comments then Michael McKinney. Old film clip, Heath's office say no comment, Northern Ireland Office statement.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 10th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
9 mins
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3106



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Commons John Major challenges Sinn Fein to stop punishment beatings and for them to demonstrate commitment to peace. Film report with Major's speech. At opening of Parliament, the Queen mentions N. Ireland Unionist MP's protest on tenth anniversary of Anglo-Irish accord. Interviews with Paisley, then Robert McCartney, then D. Trimble and analysis by Jim Dougall on this Unionist unity.

In Belfast, an Orange Order meeting at the Ulster Hall showed Militant tone of members, demands for M. Smyth's resignation. Split form the UUP, and one man, one vote for Orange elections. Film report with Orange Headquarters statement. Joel Patton (Spirit of Drumcree group leader) opinions on Orange Leaders. Then Clifford (MISSING) (Orange Historian) (MISSING) (MISSING).
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 15th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3107



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Eighty-three Republican and Loyalist prisoners released as new fifty percent remission takes affect. Film report with Jim O'Carroll (Republican) comments, then Adrian Bird (Loyalist) views on releases and Loyalist mood. Reports from Magaberry prison where three Republican women including Shauneen Baker, comments on Republican mood. John Wheeler (Northern Ireland Office Minister) warns any return to violence will see 50% remission end. In the Republic, the Government welcomed the releases, while the Forum for Peace heard today from the Victims of Violence, including Alan McBride whose wife and parent died in the Shankill bomb. Members of WAVE observed proceedings. Sandra Peake comments. B. Ahern views on 50% remission. J. Major (British Prime Minister) interview on series of talks he has had with Bruton and an early summitt date. J. Dougall analysis of Governments proposals which will include some decommissioning.

In Strabane, John Hegarty was abducted and beaten by the IRA. Film report and interview with Hegarty family and priest Fr. Oliver Crilly.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 17th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
9 mins 6 secs
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3108



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then, report from Dublin forum were FW De Kierk (South African President) addressed the gathering. Film report with his comments on arms decommissioning issue in South Africa, he says he was too liberal on problem.

In the Dail, John Bruton comments on possible date setting for summitt with Major. Adams comments, then Major in Commons.

At Omagh, a small gun powder device exploded in a traffic cone. Film report with Jack Doolan (RUC, Supt.) comments.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 21st Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
3 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3109



Series Title:
Counterpoint
Programme Title:
Terror in the Wings
Description:
As Garda uncover weapons along the border, including a one thousand, three hundred pound fertilizer bomb, programme asks is terror on the way back. (... ENTRY TO BE COMPLETED)
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 21st Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
26 mins
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
?
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3118



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Clinton arrives in London, pledges his support for Major and Bruton's twin track strategy. (agreed last night) Clinton comments on Framework, then Major. Analysis by Jim Dougal (twin track scheme). Both D. Trimble (UUP) and Adams (SF) call the scheme a fudge. First comment from G. Adams, S. Mallon (SDLP) and J. Allardyce (Alliance) welcomes scheme, then P. Robinson calls it an insult to Unionists. Then lastly D. Trimble (UUP) views. Next journalist gets comments from people on the streets of Belfast. Jim Dougall (Politcal Editor) gives further analysis of this breathing space and of locking in Clinton.

In North Belfast, Waterworks, the murder of Roman Catholic, Norman Harley (46) is believed to have been sectarian. M. Morgan (SDLP, Cllr) comments.

Mackies Factory announces new foundary investment the day before Clinton visits. Pat Dougan (Chief Executive) comments.

(Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 29th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
9 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3110



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Clinton arrives in N.Ireland. He calls for ends to punishment beatings. Film reports begin with his arrival at Aldergrove, first serving US President to visit N.Ireland, then he visits Mackies to deliver a keynote speech, first little girl Katherine Hamill and David Sternt speeches then Clinton gives endorsement of peace process. Then Ron Lewis (Senior Shop Steward) on hopes for future. Afterwards interview with girl, Katherine Hamill whose father, Pat, was murdered eight years ago. The Clinton convoy then stopped on the Shankill Road and he went on a walkabout. Locals comments, then on the Falls Road, Clinton visited Bakery and shook hands with G. Adams, he comments. Then local views, then Hilary Clinton visited women's centre on Ormeau Road. Film report on Joyce McCartan meeting with mood of local people comments, including Joyce McCartan views. Then Clinton went to East Belfast to a centre built by the Fund for Ireland. P. Robinson (DUP) opening address, then Clinton took a helicopter ride to Derry. Film report on his arrival at the Guildhall Square. He was met by John Hume. Then Clinton's address to peaceful city, local people give their impressions of Clinton. Then he went to inside Guildhall to set up chair on peace studies in the University of Ulster in honour of Tip O'Neill. Former speaker in US House of Reps. In the studio, J. Dougall gives analysis of the politics behind Clinton trip. Next report from Belfast City Hall where Clinton will arrive later to switch on Christmas lights, to access the festival mood with comments from local people waiting at City Hall.

(Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
23 mins
DVD No.
D02000
Tape No.
125
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3111



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of the Clinton's visit to N.Ireland. Beginning with Bill's speech at Mackies covering arms decommissioning remarks and strong message for paramilitaries on violence including punishment beatings. He also encourages all party talks. Joe Hendron (SDLP) and Cecil Walker (UUP) impressions, then young David Sterret's views, he was one of two child speakers. Clinton's speech praised UDP/PUP leaders, Ervine's views, then G. McMichael, then G. Adams comments blames British, J. Donaldson (UUP) will consider twin track proposals, he explains their views, I. Paisley (DUP) says Clinton has a cheek giving a coded message to the Irish vote in the USA, he explains in interview. On his visit to East Belfast Enterprise Park, Clinton sat around table to talk business. Film report begins with presentation by Sonja Gorman of a clock, then a chair from Franklin Hunter, inside P. Robinson (DUP) welcomes Clinton, then businessmen established by International Fund for Ireland address Clinton, who explains his hopes for Northern Ireland business. Mo Mowlam (Labour), M. Ancram (Tory) views, then S. Douglas (East Belfast) views on Clinton stance.

Hilary Clinton visited Women's Group at the lamp lighter café on Lower Ormeau Road. Film reort on meeting with Joyce McCartan comments and Hilary's views on politics of every day life. Then she answers questions from the press.

Next the Clinton's visit Derry and speak at Guildhall Square. Film report reject those who want violence. He also had message for Irish in the USA. He praises John Hume (SDLP), who then addresses crowd. Interview with M. McGuinness (SF) on Clinton visit as he sees it. Then James Mahaffey (Church of Ireland) views, followed by ordinary Derry Citizens views. Inside the Guildhall the Mayor hosted a civic reception. Clinton inaugurated a Chair at University of Ulster in Peace Studies in honour of Tip O'Neill, the late speaker of the US Senate. Then after three years he left Derry.

In other news, two North Belfast men were charged with murder of Norman Harley at the Waterworks, both aged twenty years, are due in Court tomorrow.

US company, Cabletel, is to create eight hundred jobs in Northern Ireland.

M. Howard (British Home Secretary) has criticised the Euro Court on Human Rights verdict on the GB three shooting. In Commons he called it a narrow verdict.

(Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
23 mins
DVD No.
D02010
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3112



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
From Belfast City Hall, coverage of concert prior to Bill Clinton switching on the lights at the tree. Begins with Concert by Van Morrison accompanied by Brian Kennedy singing No Religion first. Then report on mood at City Hall from Ivan Little who interviews people in the crowd on their views on the evening so far. Then back to the music show with Days like this, followed by film of crowd , then he sings 'Have I told you lately that I love you'. Camera shows crowd shots and of views of City Hall. This is followed by the Don Anderson Big Band Sound, playing to fill in time until the Clinton Party arrives with camera again showing crowd shots.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
17 mins
DVD No.
D02010
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3113



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Clinton party's arrival at City Hall, then announcement of his arrival by Eamon Holmes, cheers as party appear on platform. Eric Smyth (DUP, Belfast Lord Mayor) welcomes Bill and Hilary Clinton in opening address, includes a bit of preaching by the lay preacher. Hilary Clinton speaks first, reading out the winning letters from children who entered a meet the President competition. Then winners were Mark Lennox (15) and Kathy Harte (12), then Eric Smyth introduces count down to Bill Clinton switching on the lights. Clinton then begins his speech by thanking Belfast and Northern Ireland for the welcome, he comments on how great it must be to go Christmas shopping without fear of bombings. He profiles Irish-American links over years and Nashvilles gift of a tree, he recalls Day for Peace at City Hall following Shankill/Greysteel to demand peace and Irish News/Letter News roles and their setting up of President's prize for peace. He thanks the children for their letters and highlights a few, including one from Ryan in Belfast on the 1947 Roswell incident when aliens allegedly crashed in New Mexico. Then in his closing remarks 'Blessed are the Peacemakers' Clinton then goes on walk about amongst the Belfast crowd, with voice over comments of UTV's Journalist.

(Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
27 mins 27 secs
DVD No.
D02010
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3114



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Review of evening events of Clinton's visit. Including coverage of switching on Christmas lights at City Hall. Film review from Ivan Lyttle with comments from local people. Next Clinton went to Queen's University Belfast, Whitla Hall Reception hosted by Patrick Mayhew amongst the guests, G. Adams and S. Mallon and Senior Church figures. Paisley wouldn't enter room because of Sinn Fein's presence, also there D. Trimble, J. Allardyce and G. McMichael (UDP).

In Speech, Clinton announced Fulbright series of lectures for Queens University Belfast, he comments on the message he got from earlier visit to City Hall. Bulletin then reviews morning visit to Mackies, after Aldergrove arrival, Catherine Hamill speech to Clinton on her daddy, moved Clinton. His speech on dialogues importance, strength not surrender, message to paramilitaries, then his brief visits to Shankill and the Falls covered, before he visited East Belfast. Then review of H. Clinton's meeting with Joyce McCartan on the Lower Ormeau Road, from there the couple went to visit Derry together. Film coverage of the visit and speech by Clinton and John Hume. Closing comment of Journalist.

(10.00pm)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
20 mins 30 secs
DVD No.
D02010
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3115



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Steven Lismore's Catholic family, West Belfast, was attacked for the fifty-sixth time. Film report family says they know who does it but RUC won't do anything. (... ENTRY TO BE COMPLETED)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th Nov 1995
Duration: minutes
20 mins 30 secs
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3119



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Clinton's visit to Ireland moves to Dublin, film report from Shane Harrison on their arrival in Dublin. Jean Kennedy-Smith (US Ambassador) greets them, then on to meet Mary Robinson (President), then he met Irish government. While Hillary addressed woman's group. Bill Clinton comments on peace process. At Trinity College, thousands gather to listen to Clinton open address. Coverage of his speech, then onto Dail to address both houses. Live report from Dublin from Jim Dougall on Government's attempts here to kick start twin tracks talks on good feeling aura in Northern Ireland at minute. Also more details on the decommissioning body set up under US Senator, George Mitchell.

In Courts, Fr. William Bernard Gallagher (Roman Catholic Priest) (56) jailed for one and half years for abusing two children. Film report on third priest jailed in a year.

Also in courts, two North Belfast men, Mark Bellringer (20) and Chris McMullen (20) were charged with murdering Norman Hailey (46) last Monday. Film report. In a segment called ' Bye Bye Bill' a film report on the Clinton's leaving N. Ireland with a final walk about at Aldergrove and comments from P. Mayhew, then report from the Europa hotel on the impact there of the Clinton's stay with the comments of the chef and John Toner (Hotel Manager), their bill was £150,000. Next film report on children role in Clinton visit, Mark Lennox comments then his headmaster's views.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 1st Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
16 mins 8 secs
DVD No.
D02010
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3116



Series Title:
RTE News
Programme Title:
Description:
From Dublin coverage of Clinton's arrival and his engagements. Begins with address to eighty thousand in Dublin's College Green, he was made sixty-third freeman of Dublin. Clinton speech recalls a 1968 visit to Dublin, he calls Irish an inspiration to peace, he quotes John F. Kennedy, he then gives personal message and thanks Ireland for giving to make us great. Film report on build up to speech with local Dubliners views on visit. Clinton goes on walkabout. Review of their earlier arrival at Dublin and coverage of formal meetings with Mary Robinson (President). Then with talks with John Bruton and D. Spring and P. DeRossa. Afterwards Clinton talks on way forward for peace process. Then press ask questions of Clinton on Bosnia and N. Irleland. J. Bruton emphasises importance of Clinton visit on getting twin talks plan published. In the Dail, the Clinton address praised Irelands peace-keeping role. Film report covers his welcome and his comments on Northern Ireland's young and he pledged the USA support for peacemakers. Then live to Dublin home of US Ambassador where Clinton aide, Mick McCurray gives an interview on the success of Clinton's visit to Ireland and the US view of it's role here, including 'at tactical moments' supplying encouragement. Next report on Hilary Clinton address to Women's Group and her comments on question 'whose minding the children'.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE
Date Broadcast:
Fri 1st Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
19 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D02010
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
3117



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A West Belfast Roman Catholic family of Steven Lismore was attacked for the fifty sixth time. Film report. Family says they know who does it but RUC won't do anything. Steven Lismore and wife, Angela give interviews. Preview of damage done, Ian Williamson (RUC, Supt) views, then G. McMichael (UDP) comments. Lismore's staying put, D. Trimble (UUP) and John Hume (SDLP) met to try and move process forward. Interviews with Trimble and Hume on agenda for discussion. Then I. Paisley (DUP) sees the meeting as beig designed to marginalise him. As meeting ends, Trimble and Hume comment on joint approach to economic matters and a further meeting later.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 4th Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
mins secs
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5446



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then the government is to close the Crumlin Road jail after one hundred and forty years in use. Film report with Alan Shannon comments on the poor facilities for modern use, currently the two hundred and fifty prisoners will be moved to Magaberry. Chaplain Rev. M. Ilveen agrees with closure. Film report looks at the 1981 escape. November 1991 IRA kill two loyalists in bomb, December 1992 RPG attack on Republicans by Loyalists. G. Spence (UVF) recalls his time in Crumlin and it's basic grimness. M. Meehan (SF) recalls prison breakout down a man hole. Twelve prison staff killed over the years. What will happen to Tom Williams body and the Courthouse.

(Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 14th Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
5 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3120



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Mitchel Arms Decommissioning Team meets in Belfast for the first time. Film report from news conference with comments of Harri Holkeri (Commissioners) (Finland), George Mitchel (USA) and John de Chastelen (Gen.) (Canada) all three say people shouldn't expect too much of them. They answer questions from the press on their mandate. I. Paisley (DUP) says his electoral pact with the UUP is still intact. Film report on Paisley/Trimble meeting on Unionist unity. Comments from William McCrea (DUP). Then Trimble going in and with Paisley afterwards. P. DeRossa (DL) called for pre-Christmas talks between adams and Major.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 15th Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3121



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Belfast Francis Collins (40) shot dead by a group called Direct Action Against Drugs (DAAD), believed to be the IRA, in a New Lodge chip shop. At the same time G. Adams G. Adams (SF) was meeting P. Mayhew, then killing wasn?t' raised at talks says Adams. Mr Collins had been an IRA prisoner in the 1980's on explosives charges, his family deny he was involved in drugs, it's alleged he was associate of M. Mooney killed by IRA. Sam Kinkaid (Det. Supt.) says RUC can't connect Collins to drugs. M. Morgan's (SDLP, Cllr) reaction. In Dublin Dick Spring awaits results of investigation, Hume condemns it. At Commons UUP met John Major to discuss tonight's vote on a fishing quota. The Government needs UUP votes. Meanwhile Adams met Mayhew and says he's against new Stormont Assembly envisaged by Unionists, he also urged all-party talks. M. McGuinness called for Major to meet Adams before Christmas. M. McGuinness called for Major to meet Adams before Christmas.

In Dublin, John Hume met D. Spring, they comment on their talks while in Belfast, J. Allardyce (Alliance) met the DUP, he comments.

(Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 19th Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
7 mins 35 secs
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3122



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
On Lower Ormeau Road, Belfast Sid Johnstone (38) shot dead by DAAD. Unionists blame PIRA. Film report from Cooke Street, Steve McBride's (Alliance) reaction, then Peter O'Reilly (SDLP), then Fr. A. Curran's comments on devastation in family. Brian Rowan (Journalist) previews the five murders in Belfast in eight months of alleged drug dealers, in late April M. Mooney, then 5th September 1995 Tony Kane in Andytown, then 8th December 1995 Paul Devine in University Area, then F. Collins and Sid Johnstone who was on bail charges. The RUC haven't said who done it, was it the IRA? B. Hutchinson (PUP) views, then Bill Stewart (RUC ACC) statement.

Today at Anglo-Irish conference P. Mayhew met Dick Spring to try and move process on, Mayhew comments on elected assembly idea, while Spring called that idea flawed, he explains why. Both men then met the Alliance party for tri-party talks. Allardyce comments.

In the Courts in the Margaret Wright murder case, two men, Chris Shields (29) and Steven Rouleston, were found guilty of her murder, three others convicted of assisting the offenders and being in the Red Hand Commando. Film report with Judge's comments and victim's mother Evelyn's views, then a profile of the killing with Derek Martindale (RUC Supt.) comments. Billy Elliott (RHC Leader) and Ian Hamilton shot by Loyalists and band hall demolished.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 20th Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
11 mins 7 secs
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3123



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Major visited N.Ireland today, then headed to Dublin to meet John Bruton. Live report from Ken Reid in Dublin and analysis of the difficulties between the two governments, the assembly idea and decommissioning. Next film report on Major visit to Ballymena, his host was Paisley. Major goes on walkabout and meets councillors, then he comments on two recent shootings and says it's time for Sinn Fein to be honest about Sinn Fein/IRA links. At a press conference, G. Adams gives his reply Major is blocking talks. Then Paisley comments on visit. Next Major went to talks. Then Paisley comments on visit. Next Major went to Belfast's Duncairn Gardens to enterprise centre, he again attacked recent murders but sued them to demand decommission he also comments on economic progress in Northern Ireland. At Lunchtime he went to CBI Carol singing. Film report with Major reading first lesson. Then to Downpatrick where he went on a walkabout. Film report then into local café for chat with Eddie McGrady.

In the courts two scottish soldiers have lost their appeal against a murder conviction. James Fisher (27) and Mark Wright (?) both Scottish Guards killed Peter McBride on September 1992 on New Lodge Road. Film report with McBride family reaction. Judge calls for culpable homicide charge to be introduced in these cases. Funeral of Francis Collins in Belfast with comments of Fr. D. Ryan and Bishop Walsh. Family reject drug dealer label.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 21st Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
16 mins ? secs
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3124



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then funeral of Chris 'Sid' Johnstone shot by DAAD on Ormeau Road. Film report from St Malachy's Church with Fr. Anthony Curran comments on hypocrisy of killers claiming high moral ground on drugs issue. Joe Hendron (SDLP) has also condemned Sinn Fein/IRA on attacks and punishment beatings. He says people summoned to Sinn Fein centres which they use as quasi police stations. John Wheeler (Northern Ireland Office Minister)defends his views, these killings aren't a breach of the ceasefires. The Irish Government has stopped the early release of ten prisoners due to Belfast killings one of them was Mountbatten killer, Tom McMahon. A. Duke's (FG) comments. (MISSING) (MISSING) (MISSING) involvement in killings.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 22nd Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
9 mins
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3125



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In West Belfast Martin McGrory (30) shot dead at his home, his brother blames PIRA. Film report with eye-witness account. It's forth murder in three weeks. Joe Hendron (SDLP) blames PIRA in interview, then Ken Magennis (UUP) also blames IRA, then Ian Williamson (RUC Supt.) views.
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 28th Dec 1995
Duration: minutes
4 mins
DVD No.
D02020
Tape No.
126
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
3126



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