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Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PSNI North Belfast Commander has appealed for public support to help end sectarianism in the area. His comments come after a Roman Catholic father of five was stabbed on the Limestone Road. Film report with Gerard Brophy's (SF, Cllr) comments, then INLA statement.

In Courts, two men appeared charged with the murder of retired police officer, William Kennedy in Agoghill on 23rd December 2001. Film report names one of the men as Mervyn Williamson (21).

Released secret cabinet papers show that in 1971 the Unionist government considered power sharing with Nationalists. Film report with old film clips. Paisley comments on talks with the SDLP and his insistence on an election, then Lord Fitt recalls Paisley talks. Also in August 1971, internment is shown to have been resisted by the army. One hundred and seventy four died in 1971. Historian Eamon Phoenix comments on the government attempts to get Unionists to share power with the SDLP, in 1971 and on British Army General Tuzo's views on internment.

Today across Europe, the new Euro currency begins it's existence. Film report from Newry, a town on the border of Euroland. Declan McChesney (Newry CBI) comments, then Eamon Connolly (Bank of Ireland) views, then Ian McMorris (CBI) on the Euro project in general and businessmen's attitudes. Then report from Derry's Foyleside Centre on reaction there to the Euro, Des Farrell (businessman) comments, then Declan Hasson (Austins Department Stores) views.

In Republic, today's the first Euro bank robberies. Brief report.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 2nd Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 27 secs
DVD Number:
D03970
Tape Number:
232
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Bits of Belfast
Programme Title:
Up The Road
Description:
Jim McDowell, editor of the Sunday World newspaper, profiles the Ormeau Road, Belfast, from the Markets to the Saintfield Road.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 3rd Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD Number:
D03970
Tape Number:
233
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Coleraine Loyalist William Moore Campbell (19) died when a bomb he was carrying exploded. Film report with Nigel Kyles (PSNI, Chief Insp) comments. Then Gregory Campbell's (DUP, MP) reaction followed by John Dallat (SDLP, MLA).

Meanwhile Loyalists pipe bombed the home of a Roman Catholic family in Menor Street, North Belfast. Film report with anonymous house holders account, then local G. Kelly (MLA) reaction to lack of arrests, J. White (UDP) believes UDA could do more to stop attacks.

In Annalong, a dissident republican booby trap was defused at the home of an RUC officer. Film report with Ronnie Neillis (PSNI Insp) comments.

In Larne this morning, cars and houses belonging to Danny O'Connor's (SDLP,MLA) relatives were vandalised.

At a Parades Commission press conference today, Tony Holland (Chairman) says they've been working all winter to find a Drumcree solution. Film report with Holland comments.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 4th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 43 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
232
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Barbara De Brun (SF Health Minister) outlines the problems facing the local health service problems, in a studio interview. The Red Hand Defenders have admitted pipe bombing a prison officers house in Westway Park, North Belfast. Film report with Finlay Spratt (POA) reaction, then J. White (UDP) says prisoners G. Smith and J. Adair are not upset with prison officers as RHD claim,then Ken Armstrong's (PSNI, Det. Chief Insp.) views. The RHD also said it aborted a bomb attack on Martin Meehan's (SF) home due to security force activity.

In Coleraine, the funeral has taken place of William Moore Campbell, killed by his own pipe bomb on Thursday night. Film report.

Next report is from the Ardoyne Road, Belfast where Protestant residents claims their homes and cars have been attacked over the last few weeks. Film report with eye witness, Leonard Petries account. Then views of his neighbour, Rita Hanna.

In Derry City, relatives of Bloody Sunday victims have been the first to see an ITV drama called Bloody Sunday starring James Nesbitt. Film report with clips and Nesbitt's comments, then Ivan Cooper (former CRA leader) views, followed by John Kelly, Charlie Nash an Liam Wray, all relatives of the dead give their views.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 7th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 47 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
232
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Fresh trouble has erupted at the Holy Cross Primary School in Ardoyne. Film report first from the Nationalist side with their view on what started the trouble, anonymous eye-witness claims she was attacked by three men on her way to the school. Pupils were evacuated from school, Fr. A. Troy comments. Film clip shown of clashes, then G. Kelly (SF) and B. Mailey (Right to Education Group) views. Then Nial Donnelly gives a report from the Loyalist side on their views about what started the riots. Rev. Norman Hamilton says Loyalists blame Nationalists for removing a wreath to murdered Protestant, Trevor Kell. Billy Hutchinson (PUP) says two hundred Nationalists came up to wreck the place, then Nelson McCausland (DUP, Cllr) blames Republicans who have no desire for peace he says. Meanwhile on the Crumlin Road, also large groups of Roman Catholics and Protestants have gathered to face each other. Then report from Twaddell Avenue, North Belfast, where Protestant Homes were attacked by Natioanlists, CCTV shows Nationalist youths entering the street, then John MacVicar (local community worker) views. Then Elaine McMillen (Dup, Cllr) comments on the attack on the Model School bus.

In Omagh the victims are to meet R. Flanagan (PSNI Chief Cons) to discuss his reaction to Nuala O' Loan (Ombudsman) recent report.

In Commons the government is to extend decommissioning legislation for a further five years. Film report with Sylvia Hermon's (UUP, MP) reaction, then J.Donaldson's views, then P. Robinson's (DUP) comments and Quentin Davis (Tory) views, followed by D. Burnside (UUP). The G. Kelly (SF) calls Unionists and Tories peaces wreckers in his reaction.

In Belfast Courts, three men were charged with armed robberies in South Armagh. They were Harry Porter (30), Darren Clark (20), and Patrick Cunningham (23).

Back to North Belfast, were Frank McCoubrey (UDP, Cllr) angerily accuses Nationalists of attacking Protestant children, then in the studio, David Trimble (First Minister) comments on mediation efforts.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 9th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
15 mins 10 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
232
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report from Ardoyne as Holy Cross pupils return to school, flanked by Security Forces, all was quiet. A child's grandmother comments, then Brice Dickson (Human Rights Comm.) comments on finding a solution. But last night, rioting injured thirty one policemen. Dr A. Dunlop (Presbyterian Moderator) gives an eye-witness account with film clips. Tom Gillen (Irish Congress of Trade Unions, Spokesman) announces a demonstration to stop attacks on school children. Film report.

Meanwhile last night in Whitewell area, sectarian clashes also broke out. Film report on petrol bomb attacks on homes with Margaret Craig's (Whitecity resident) comments, then Catherine Boyd's (Nationalist Serpentine Gardens Resident) views.

In Dublin the case against Colm Murphy on Omagh bomb charges is in danger of collapse as prosecution witness, Terence Morgan says he lied on mobile phone issue. Film report.

Coleraine man, Thomas Dunbar (37) was sentenced to fourteen years for armed robbery in August 2000.

In Derry, a second film about Bloody Sunday, this time by Jimmy McGovern has been screened. Film report with Jim McGovern's comments.

(1.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 11th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
231
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
After second night of rioting in Ardoyne tension remains high. Film report begins with this morning's confrontation between Protestant parents of pupils from Boys Model who want to walk past the Holy Cross Primary School and the police, with comments of Ann Bill of the concerned resident of upper Ardoyne ({Protestant group), Then Elaine Burns (Holy Cross P.S. parent) views, then Brice Dickson's (Human Rights Commissioner) comments, then Anne Tanney (Head Mistress, Holy Cross P.S.), followed by Norman Hamilton (Local Presbyterian Minister) views.

Next report deals with last night's rioting, thirty one police and army injured. Police and army attacked by Nationalists and Loyalist mobs. Film clips shown with comment of Gordon Sim (PSNI, Insp) live at the scene. Then G. Kelly's (SF) reaction followed by Dr A. Dunlop (Presbyterian Moderator) views, then B. Hutchinson's (PUP) reaction. The NIO Security Minister was in Ardoyne last night. Film clip shows psni jeep with Jane Kennedy in it, being hit with a petrol bomb, then her reaction afterwards, she has authorised erection of CCTV equipment. Today, Boys Model School pupil, Ryan Osborne, showed his head wound from an attack on his school bus yesterday. Film report with his mother, Ruth comments. Over at Roman Catholic School, Our Lady of Mercy, Tom McKee (Teacher's Union Representative) inspected damage done by loyalists to teachers cars. Film report with his reaction. Today Education Chiefs met M. McGuinness (Education Minister, SF) on the current tensions. McGuinness commented afterwards, then Donal Flanagan (CCMS) views, then David Cargo (BELB) views. Next from Derry, M. McGuinness (Education Minister) gives a live interview on the content of their meeting today. He condemns the recent attacks on schools and children, it's put to him the IRA murdered a school head in Fermanagh and once bombed a school bus, McGuinness replies. Then next, N. Dodds (DUP, MP) reacts to the introduction of CCTV in flashpoint areas, he wants Protestant children protected, he says most rioting is in Republican areas and is orchestrated by Sinn Fein and IRA. He also condemns UDA involvement in Loyalist areas 'if it was involved'. Also last night rioting occurred in the Whitewell area, with both Protestant and Roman Catholic homes attacked. Film report with interview with Margaret Craig (Protestant resident) and her neighbour, Mary Foster. Then on the Nationalist side, Catherine Boyd recalls twenty two petrol bombs thrown over the fence.

In the Courts, five men appeared on riot charges, one was named as Gerard Fennell (23), four others not named.

In Dublin Courts, a key prosecution witness in the trial of Colm Murphy on Omagh bomb charges has withdrawn his evidence. Film report shows Terence Morgan entering the court and covers his testimony.

In Belfast it's been announced the new police badge will be used from April 5th. Film report on agreed emblem.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 11th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
22 mins 7 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
233
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Roman Catholic worker Daniel McColgan shot dead by Loyalists at Rathcoole Sorting Office. Patrick Walsh (Roman Catholic Bishop) comments, then Alan McQuillan's (PSNI Acc.) comments on other threats issued to Roman Catholic Teachers and postal workers. Then Daniel's partner, Lyndsay Milliken, issues a family statement.

Meanwhile, overnight in Mid-Ulster two prison officers homes were shot at by Loyalists. Film report.

(12.00 p.m., Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sun 13th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins 17 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
233
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Partner of Daniel McColgan (20) shot dead yesterday in Rathcoole has appealed for no retaliation, file report and interview. Michael Kennedy (Post Office) announces suspension of mail deliveries in his comments. Then Danny's parish priest, Fr. Peter O' Hare comments on Danny and his family, then Patrick Walsh (Roman Catholic Bishop) calls for threats to be lifted off Roman Catholic teachers and Postal Workers. (sound fault here is BBC's fault).

In Duncairn Gardens, North Belfast, no-one was injured when a pipe bomb was thrown over the peace line. Meanwhile the Nationalist,Carlisle Road area, a man was arrested following the find of pipe bombs, a machine gun, and a shotgun. Film report on INLA weapons, then report on overnight attacks on two prison officers homes in Armagh.

(12.00 p.m., Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Sun 13th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 48 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
231
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions has called for a two minute silence tomorrow at the funeral of Danny McColgan (20), (victim of RHD). They have also called for a half day stoppage on Friday for rallies in Belfast, Derry and Enniskillen against sectarianism and murders. Meanwhile postal workers will begin a twenty four hour stoppage in protest at the murder of their colleague. John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) met postal workers and Management. Film report profiles Danny McColgan, he had attended integrated school, his former Hazelwood Principal, Noreen Campbell comments. Then John Keggie (Comms, Union Rep.) comments on their strike, then Sir John Semples (Postal Chairman) reaction followed by John Reid's (Northern Ireland Secretary) views, then reaction of G. Adams (SF) who's critical of John Reid's response.

Next report profiles the South Antrim, UDA Brigade and it's recent murders, Gary Moore (December 2000), Trevor Lowry (March 2001) and Gavin Brett (July 2001). Alan Murray (Security Journalist) analysis of UDA's current policy. Meanwhile today the UDA have announced the formatio of a group to replace the UDP, disbanded last November. It's called the Ulster Political Research Group (UPRG).

In North Belfast, Protestant School, Boys Model, was evacuated after a Republican bomb hoax and police watched the area as Red Hand Defenders threatened to kill Roman Catholic Teachers. Film report on tensions in North Belfast with views of Fr. Aidan Troy and Jim Keith (Boys Model, Head) comments on the hoax bomb, then N. Dodds (DUP) gives his reaction to the recent threats.

At Stormont today, MLA's held a minutes silence for Danny McColgan, then Trimble's comments on the violence. Afterwards he met Union bosses, then Peter Buntings (ICT US) comments on their planned protests. He also takes a 'side swipe' at recent MLA behaviour in Stormont. Also today teachers union met M. McGuinness (Education Minister), he comments. Then at Hillsborough Castle, J.Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) outlines what the government is doing to catch the UDA killers. He appeals for public support and says if licensed prisoners are involved and there's evidence he'll return them to prison.

Meanwhile a Roman Catholic school in Belfast, St Brid's P.S. and St Patrick's High in Lisburn were attacked by arsonists. Film report with Paul Carswell (St Brid's, Head) interview, then Carmel Hanna's (SDLP, MLA) reaction.

Yesterday in Duncairn Gardens, two children in a passing car were injured by a pipe bomb. Film report with car driver comments.

In Dublin, the trial of Colm Murphy (49) on Omagh bomb charges has ended. Film report.

In Castledawson, after a domestic incident, the PSNI release video-tape of the rescue of a small boy, with comments of Terry Shevlin (PSNI, Supt.).

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
20 mins 27 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
233
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Funeral of Danny McColgan. Film report begins with postal workers going to funeral, then the Brett family, plus G. Kelly (SF) at Whitehouse Church. Jane Kennedy (NIO Minister) and Nuala O'Loan (Ombudsman) also attended. Comments of Bishop Patrick Walsh, criticises UDA's hatred of Roman Catholics. Then his partner, Lynsay Milliken remarks. Meanwhile, Tommy Kirkham (Loyalist) is on e of those arrested by the PSNI in it's inquiries. At mid-day, Hazelwood Integrated pupils held a minute's silence, then Eileen Lenehan (Principal) comments. A tribute to Danny was also held at Our Lady of Mercy School, Peter Daly (Principal) comments. A tribute was also held at Boys Model, then Tom McKee (NAS/UMT, Chief) comments. Belfast postal workers to strike. Film report from their meeting, with Billy Hayes (CWU, Spokesman) remarks, then his colleague John Keggie, then ordinary postmen's remarks.

Also today the SDLP met the PSNI today to press for action against the UDA godfathers. Film report with Alex Attwood comments.

In Belfast courts, Roberty Graham has been charged with possessing INLA arms at his home days ago.

In Dublin R. Haas (US Convoy to Ireland) has met Brian Cowen (Irish Foreign Minister), he expressed his concern about the peace process. Film report.

A former head of Manchester Special Branch has told a court, they agreed to a secret request from the RUC not to arrest a suspect. The comments came at the trial of another policeman who leaked details to the press.

Next report is about the cost of the Saville Inquiry in Derry, to date it's cost £52,000,000. A breakdown of figures given, then comments of J. Donaldson (UUP, MP) who wants in quiry cost capped, then John Kelly (Bloody Sunday Relatives) gives his reactions.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 15th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 16 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
233
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Postal services will resume tomorrow as RHD withdraws its threats and says it will disband. Film report with Alan McQuillan's (PSNI Acc.) reactions, then Sir John Semple's (Royal Mail Chief) views, then Peter Hamills (Local CMU Rep.) remarks, then other workers comments. Background to the RHD statement preview in next report, armed UFF press conference the RHD to withdraw threats and disband, then John White (former UDP) gives his views on the situation and the UDA threat, then A. Attwood (SDLP) says the RHD/UFF/UDA are all the same people. Then A. Maskey's (SF) views on scepticism of Nationalists. Alan McQuillan (PSNI Acc) says they believe the UDA killed D. McColgan.

Next report previews Friday's peace rallies in Northern Ireland at 1.00pm, Sean Farren (SDLP, Minister) comments. Then Tom Gillen (ICTUS), then Ian McMorris (CBI) views on preventing damage to business, Sinn Fein's Education Minister has left it up to School Principal's on the day, then Ciaran Rogan (Translink) comments on transport.

The government is to introduce legislation to allow 'on the runs' to come home. Film report with J. Donaldson (UUP) reaction. In commons, John Reid comments, then Tony Blair defends the coss of the Saville Inquiry and explains his views, then R. Haas (US Convoy) asks Sinn Fein to join the new Police Board, he comments as he met Police Board today. Gerry Kelly (SF) gives their response, then A. Attwood (SDLP) views, then Fred Cobain (UUP) and I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) reactions.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 16th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
15 mins 39 secs
DVD Number:
D03980
Tape Number:
233
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
David Trimble, First Minister, and Mark Durkan, Deputy First Minister, discuss the problems of north Belfast, sectarianism, and the fractures in Unionism.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 17th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D03990
Tape Number:
233
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Policing in the Dock (Part 1)
Description:
Nuala O'Loan, the Police Ombudsman, profiled; discussion of the role of Special Branch informer 'Kevin Fulton'; relatives of Omagh victims interviewed.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 17th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
47 mins
DVD Number:
D03990
Tape Number:
234
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
An internal police investigation is critical of how the RUC handled the Omagh bomb investigation. Film report on details of the McVicar report says RUC re-created up to five hundred witness statements that were lost or destroyed or not followed up. Chris Moore reports on the details, it questions the whole integrity of the RUC investigation, the Ombudsmans recent criticisms of the RUC seem based on many of McVicars criticisms, then in the studio, Chris Moore discusses the implications for Ronnie Flanagan (RUC, Chief Cons).

At Stormont, Richard Haas (US Envoy) met G. Adams (SF) telling him Sinn Fein should join the Policing Board. Film report with R. Haas comments, then G. Adams (SF) reply, then reaction from M. Durkan (SDLP), then D. Ervine (PUP) views.

Today is the 10th Anniversary of the Teebone Massacre of eight Protestant workers by the PIRA. Film report with old film clips and film of the Teebone monument, relatives, Annie Harkness, Jean Caldwell and local Reverend, Ivor Smith all comment, then Cedric Blackbourne (company boss) recalls that day.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 17th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 6 secs
DVD Number:
D03990
Tape Number:
233
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Thousands attend rallies against sectarianism in Belfast, Derry, Omagh, Newry and Enniskillen. Film report begins at Belfast City Hall, Trimble and Durkan attend, Unionists and Nationalist politicians attend, with comment from Peter Hamill (Communication Workers Union), Tom McKee (NAS/UWT) and Fr. A. Troy (Holy Cross Governor). Joint prayer service then Union Leaders speeches. Firstly Peter Bunting (I.C.T.U.), then David Trimble (First Minister), and B. DeBrun (SF, Health Minister) remarks, then Eoin Roynayne (NUJ) comments, then Lord Gerry Fitt (remarks), followed by Peter Bunting (I.C.T.U.) again. Next report is from Omagh, no politicians on platform, speeches from Vivian Brady (GMB Union), then Rita Fox (INTO), then Dooley Harte (NIPSA). Afterwards Ivan Gilmour (Community Workers Union) criticises politicians roles, then local priest, Fr Kevin Mullan's comments. In Derry, marchers heard Eamon McCann (Trade Union Council), then Norrie Watson (Community Workers Union), then comment from Mildred Garfield (DUP, Mayor of Derry) and John Hume (SDLP) followed by Charlie Kelly (Postal Workers). Next report was from Newry where marchers heard Collie Henna's (Community Workers Union Rep.) speech, who recalled Frank Kerr's murder seven years ago in Newry, he says D. McColgan was twenty seventh postal worker killed during the Troubles. Then from Cookstown, Harry Hutchinson (AGWU Rep.) comments on the local mood. In Enniskillen, six hundred gathered at the Diamond where, Sean Doherty (postal colleague of Danny McColgan) comments, then Davy Kettles (Fermanagh Council of Trade Unions) comments.

In Dublin a book of Condolences was opened for Danny McColgan. John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) gave his reaction to the rallies, he said all people of good will rejected sectarianism, then in the studio, Tom Gillen (I.C.T.U. Rep) comments on how they can advance their anti-sectarian campaign, he believes sectarianism here is in pockets of Norther Ireland, he welcomes politicians and Church leaders attendance at the rallies, he also thanks the PSNI.

Meanwhile the PSNI issued a new appeal for information on a Renault 19, the killers of D. McColgan used. Film report with Roy Sutters (PSNI, Supt.) remarks.

In Lurgan, a shot was fired at a lorry with no injuries.

Brice Dickson (Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, Head) has said in Dublin, he believes British Security Forces colluded with Loyalists to kill Pat Finucane (Belfast Solicitor). Report.

In Belfast, a PSNI officer has been suspended as a probe begins into allegations of assault.

In Ballymena a man was arrested after police found a pipe bomb. Report

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 18th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
18 mins 31 secs
DVD Number:
D03990
Tape Number:
234
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Bloody Sunday:
Description:
Documentary style film of the events of Bloody Sunday (30 January 1972) as seen through the eyes of Ivan Cooper (SDLP) played by James Nesbitt.
Type of Programme:
Film
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sun 20th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
1 hr 40 mins 12
DVD Number:
D04000
Tape Number:
234
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Bloody Sunday:
Description:
Film (see tape 234 for details)
Type of Programme:
Film
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sun 20th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
1 hr 40 mins 12
DVD Number:
Tape Number:
236
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Omagh bomb threat records go missing from PSNI/RUC. Film report on contents fot he book and it's implications for Ombudsman's office. Reaction from M. Gallagher.

At Saville Inquiry, John Hume (SDLP, MP) gives evidence on Bloody Sunday. Film report with Hume comments before and report on his evidence.

The police ombudsman has been asked to investigate the death of Steven McCullough (39) (Loyalist) whose body was found at the foot of Cavehill just hours after he was in police custody. Film report on mystery death of UDA man and connection to Daniel McColgan murder, with reaction from G. Kelly (SF) on questions about collusion.

At Westminister, Sinn Fein Mp's were moving into new offices today. G. Adams has said they will never take their seats at Westminister. Film report shows protest outside by Omagh bomb victims, then G. Adams comments on his meeting withTony Blair and then Victor Barker (Omagh) on his protest, followed by D. Burnside's (UUP) remarks then G. Campbell (DUP) views.

In Belfast Appeals Court, a Protestant man, Thomas Green, has been cleared of murder of Roman Catholic, John Neill in 1985. Film report on his case and interview with Thomas Green, the two RUC officers who questioned him were cleared of purgery charges last October.

In Warrenpoint the business premises of P.J. Bradley were attacked by masked men. Film report.

In Ardglass, a man was slightly injured in a shooting in the Anchor Bar.

In North Belfast's, Whitewell area, overnight violence saw a Protestant pensioners home attacked, Frazier Agnew (Utd. Unionist, MLA) comments. Earlier petrol bombs were thrown at Roman Catholic homes in Serpentine Gardens. The PSNI uncovered petrol bombs in a nearby Loyalist area. M. Morgan (SDLP, MLA) comments. Also last night on the Shore Road, in North Belfast, Nationalist youths attacked firemen injuring three. Film report with Peter Craig's (Assistant Chief Officer) comments, then N. Dodds (DUP) comments after meeting police chiefs.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 21st Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 26 secs
DVD Number:
D04010
Tape Number:
234
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Dublin courts Colm Murphy has been found guilty of conspiracy to bomb Omagh. Film reports first from the court on three judges remarks, then afterwards Lawrence Rush (Omagh Victim) comments, then Frank Carty (Garda Det. Insp.) comments on internal inquiry into two Garda officers behaviour during interogation of Murphy. Next report is from Omagh to gauge reaction there, with comments of Michael Gallagher, then next report profiles Colm Murphy's terrorist past. He's already been previously jailed for firearms offences in 1972 from which he escaped, he was rejailed in 1976 and in 1983 he was jailed in the USA for buying weapons for the INLA. On his latest arrest,

reporter profiles how he dissolved his business empire amongst his family and reviews the recent case against him.

Further moves by the British Government on demilitarization have begun, with Derry's Ebrington barracks due to close and South Armagh watch tower to go. Film report with Paul Berry's (DUP) reaction.

At Saville Inquiry in Derry, M.McGuinness (SF) is due to give evidence later in the year. A UTV reporter reveals it has seen his statement to the inquiry. Film report says in it, McGuiness says he ordered the IRA not to open fire on Bloody Sunday. Film report on details.

In North Belfast, the Housing Executive is to spend £12,000,000 this year rehousing intimidated families. Film report profiles the raising costs of rehousing displaced civilians and policemen with comments of Jimmy Spratt (Police Federation) and Sean Farren (SDLP, Finance Minister) on costs, then N. Dodds (DUP) views.

In West Belfast, an unexploded pipe bomb was found at the home of Alex Maskey (SF, MLA) Film report.

In North Belfast, John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) visited the Post Office Sorting Office depot where recent Roman Catholic victim, Danny McColgan worked, then two local schools, he called for support for the PSNI enquiries into catching Danny's killers. Film report with Reid's remarks, then reaction from G. Kelly (SF) and from Peter Daly (Our Lady of Mercy, Headmaster) which was attacked by Loyalists, then remarks of Jim Keith (Boys Model, Head) who's school was threatened by the CIRA. D. Trimble (UUP) has warned Tony Blair not to introduce amnesty for the IRA on the runs. Film report with his remarks.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 22nd Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
18 mins 53 secs
DVD Number:
D04010
Tape Number:
234
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Could Omagh have been prevented?
Description:
Ronnie Flanagan, Chief Constable, replies to the criticisms contained in the report by Nuala O'Loan, the Police Ombudsman; Flanagan defends the actions of Special Branch; relatives of the Omagh victims comment.

From the BBC Web Site: "On the eve of a meeting between the chief constable and families of the Omagh bomb victims, Spotlight reveals details of Sir Ronnie Flanagan's response to the scathing report on the police inquiry into the bombing. That report, written by the NI Police Ombudsman, Nuala O'Loan, contained some highly critical comments about Sir Ronnie and the way some special branch officers handled intelligence information prior to the bombing. Reporting for Spotlight, BBC NI's chief security correspondent Brian Rowan details some of Sir Ronnie Flanagan's responses to the ombudsman's report."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Wed 23rd Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
28 mins
DVD Number:
D04010
Tape Number:
235
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
UTV claims it can reveal R. Flanagan's (Chief Constable) reply to the Ombudsman's damming report on the Omagh investigation. Film report hears Flanagans views previewed, he says Ombudsman made serious errors of fact and omissions and unwarranted assumptions. He's to detail his response tomorrow to Omagh Victims then release his report. Flanagan's other criticism of O'Loan detailed including Fulton was unreliable view, then political reaction given from Fred Cobain (UUP), then A. Attwood (SDLP), then A. Maskey (SF) and S. Wilson (DUP). Then in the studio, F. McKinney (Journalist) gives his analysis of R. Flanagan's detailed response, including the K. Fulton issue and a preview of his visit tomorrow to Omagh victims.

Meanwhile it's emerged one thousand police officers left last year and twelve hundred are on the sick. Film report on the effects on the police service with comments of Joe Stewart (PSNI, Human Resources director), then views of Jimmy Spratt (Police Federation).

At the Saville Inquiry, it's been announced by Lord Saville they will move to England later this year to hear the evidence of the Para's involved in the shootings.

Meanwhile in Derry, the British Army has allowed the media into Ebrington Barracks which is to close by December 2003, history of barracks given, then Lt, Col. Geoff Moss (Army Spokesman) outlines the good military reasons for it's closure.

The Stormont Executive will have first choice at buying the site. Meanwhile at Glassdrummond in South Armagh, the army watchtower is being dismantled. Film report hears views of Peter Carragher of South Armagh residents committee, then John Fee (SDLP) comments, then Alisdair Balgarnie (British Army, Major) explains the difficulty, then Danny Kennedy's (UUP) concerns.

Nationalist Parades protestors, Gerard Rice and B. McKenna have received threats and bullets in the post, believed to be from the Orange Volunteers.

The NIO has denied a forty foot peace wall is to be built across the Ardoyne Road in North Belfast.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 23rd Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 23 secs
DVD Number:
D04010
Tape Number:
234
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Policing in the Dock (Part 2)
Description:
Coverage of the meeting between Ronnie Flanagan, Chief Constable, and the Omagh relatives; Omagh relatives in studio discussion.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 24th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
52 mins
DVD Number:
D04020
Tape Number:
235
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
One news story dominates the day, as Flanagan meets Omagh victims, they say there are many unanswered questions. Flanagan is dissappointed, meanwhile, Ombudsman, N O'Loan says she stands by her report. Film report begins live from Omagh for F. McKinney report shows Flanagan arriving, he comments going into the meeting about distorted material in the public domain. He's there to give answers to any qusetions the relatives want to ask, two Garda officers attended and the meeting was chaired by Sir Ken Bloomfied, it lasted five hours. Afterwards M. Gallagher (relative) says he felt very disappointed, he explains his opinion, then Ester Gibson says she got no satisfying answers, then injured, Gary and Marie McGillion comments, then Gerard McFartland calls it depressing day. Next report then features, R. Flanagan's views on how the meeting went, he said it was sombre and he's disappointed the families were'nt reassured, he says an apology from him never arose at the meeting but he would apologise, he comments on his current relationship with Ombudsman's office.

Next report features failure of leadership. The political reaction now switches to the Policing Board. In Derry today, Trimble and Durkan give guarded responses, the Policing Board meets relatives on Monday. Today, I. Paisley Jnr gives his reaction saying Ombudsman's fatally flawed, then J.Spratt (Police Federation) agrees with all of Flanagan's rebuttals of O'Loan. Pat Doherty (SF) says Flanagan is arrogant and board is toothless, it's Flanagan who has the power. Meanwhile John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) issues an appeal for a positive outcome.

Next it's back to Omagh where M. Gallagher gives a live interview outlining his reaction to Flanagan's report, he's bitterly disappointed, no radical or real change to inquiry, they want to study the report in detail, he comments on his disappointment with the political response of the Police Board. Then coverage of Nuala O'Loan's response to Flanagan's report. Begins with her press conference views. She stands by her report contents, which she says is about change, she wants to avoid disagreement with PSNI and wants the bombers caught.

In other news the Prime Minister met four main Church leaders in Downing Street to discuss the Northern Ireland situation on the ground and especially the sectarianism. Film report from Ken Reid has R. Eames (Church of Ireland, Archbishop) and Sean Brady (Archbishop) comments.

In Belfast, the new courthouse was opened, it cost £30,000,000. Film report on the high tech building with Ken Barrs (project manager) comments on the multiple use building, which has no Royal coats of arms inside the Courts, only one is at the front. Ivan McMichael (Court reporter) gives his impression of the building.

Next report covers a possible Scotland and Ireland joint bid to host the 2008 European Soccer Finals. Film report with Jack McConnell (Scottish MP) views, then Emmet Malone (Irish Sports Journalist) highlights stadium problems in Ireland.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 24th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
24 mins 5 secs
DVD Number:
D04010
Tape Number:
234
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC Knowledge
Programme Title:
Martin McGuinness
Description:
Susan McKay profiles Sinn Fein member Martin McGuinness (MP), Education Minister.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Sky
Channel:
SKY BBC
Date Broadcast:
Fri 25th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04020
Tape Number:
235
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Colin Murphy sentenced to fourteen years jail in Dublin for conspiracy to cause the Omagh bomb. Film report live form Special Criminal Court with review of days events and comments of Elizabeth Gibson (Omagh relative), then M. Gallagher views, then Kevin Skelton.

The Policing Board in Northern Ireland is to make it's recommendations about the Ombudsman's report on the RUC's Omagh inquiry within two weeks. Film report on the Board's upcoming meetings with those involved and comments from Dr. Rick Wilford (Queens University, Belfast) on the legal position of R. Flanagan, then Stanley McCoombe (Omagh Victims relative) views, followed by M. McLaughlin (SF) on their attitude.

In Ballymurphy, four people arrested after an arms find in New Barnsley Crescent, five weapons believed to belong to RIRA. Film report with Graham Shields (PSNI Chief Insp.) comments.

(6.30 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 25th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 10 secs
DVD Number:
D04020
Tape Number:
235
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Sunday:
Description:
Documentary style film, written by Jimmy McGovern, about the events of Bloody Sunday (30 January 1972) as seen through the eyes of victims' families.
Type of Programme:
Film
Broadcast Company:
Channel 4
Channel:
CH4
Date Broadcast:
Mon 28th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
92 mins
DVD Number:
D04030
Tape Number:
235
Country of Origin:
England



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
The Chill Factor
Description:
Examination of the comments of John Reid, Secretary of State Northern Ireland, about preventing Northern Ireland becoming a 'cold house' for Protestants.

From the BBC Web Site: "Kevin Magee's report looks at what is going on inside the loyalist paramilitary Ulster Defence Association as concern is expressed in the wider unionist community that Northern Ireland must not become "a cold place for Protestants". In spite of years of political negotiations and talk of ceasefires, the UDA continues its stock in trade of extortion, beatings and sectarian murder. The UDA has created a climate of fear where, if the writing on the wall is to be believed, every Roman Catholic is regarded as a target. The programme reports that the organisation's six area commanders follow no co-ordinated strategy and it is the hawks who are presently in the ascendancy."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 29th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04020
Tape Number:
235
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, community representatives in Loyalist Glenbyrn area have been threatened by the INLA. Film report with Trade Union Leader, Tom Gillen's (ICTU) reaction.

G. Adams (SF, MP) speaking at a West Belfast Drugs conference to which the PSNI weren't invited has called for government action against known drug dealers, he hints at Loyalist spokesman's involvement in drugs. Film report also has comments of Jo Daylin (Drugs and Alcohol Co-Ordinator) and Sean Paul O' Hare (Falls Road Council).

In Derry it's the thirtieth anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Today a refurbished memorial garden was re-opened at Rossville Street. Film report with Ivan Cooper's comments, then Dr. Edward Daly views. Meanwhile in Commons, T. Blair (Prime Minister) defended the Saville Inquiry.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 30th Jan 2002
Duration: minutes
6 mins 39 secs
DVD Number:
D04020
Tape Number:
235
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of reports on storm damage in Killough with comments of resident Rita Heathwood, and effects on other coastal areas in Antrim/Down.

(6.30 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 1st Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 36 secs
DVD Number:
D04040
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Co. Tyrone a pregnant Roman Catholic woman drove her car with a bomb attached for half a mile. Film report on woman's survival of Loyalist murder bid, with her comments and then David Boyd (PSNI Chief Insp), then political reaction from M. Gildernew (SF, MP), then Tommy Gallagher (SDLP, MLA).

Next report is on the gale force winds and flooding that hit the Co. Down coast area. Includes report from Killough and Ardglass area with comments of Rita Walsh and Paddy Rogan in Killough and Tony O'Shea in Ardglass.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 1st Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 6 secs
DVD Number:
D04040
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Ken Reid reports from Stormont where speaker John Allerdyce warns MLA's about making unfounded remarks after Norman Boyd (Unionist) accused Gerry McHugh (SF) of being a murderer. In Stormont, G. McHugh denies the allegations and N. Boyd withdraws his remarks.

In New York, the First and Deputy First Ministers laid a single wreath on the memorial to September 11th at Ground Zero. Film report with D. Trimble and Mark Durkan comments, then film of them visiting New York Fireman, Jason McGimpsey, a nephew of Northern Ireland Minister, M. McGimpsey (UUP) who was present at September 11th.

The Government here is to spend £750,000 on new peace walls. Film report on areas to be effected in North and East Belfast, Portadown and Derry.

In Derry, post office workers stopped work after a Roman Catholic postman was threatened by loyalists. Film report with Michael Kennedy (Royal Mail, Area Manager) comments, then Charlie Kelly's (CWU) views.

The Bloody Sunday Inquiry has been adjourned until Thursday as former Special Branch (RUC) officers are to give evidence. Meanwhile, William Hunter, a retired RUC Officer who was thirty years in Special Branch told the inquiry he heard explosions and machine gun fire as the PIRA moved in. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 4th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 28 secs
DVD Number:
D04040
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
The Lost Children
Description:
Investigation into the case of Irish orphans sent to Austrialia in the 1950s and 1960s.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 5th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD Number:
D04040
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
R. Flanagan (Chief Constable) and Nuala O'Loan (Police Ombudsman) have both addressed the policing board. Film report hears J. Taylor (UUP) calls for N O'Loan to resign, before the meeting begins, then a rebuffal from A.Attwood (SDLP). In Stormont, G. Kelly (SF) gives their reaction to the role of the policing board in the dispute.

Two RAF pilots accused of causing the Chinook helicopter crash on June 2nd 1994 at Kintyre which killed MI5 and RUC Special Branch Officers have been cleared by House of Lords. Film report with John Cook's (pilot's father) comments, then Dr. Susan Phoenix (RUC Special Brach Officer's Widow) reaction, the Lord Chalfont's (Law Lord's Chairman) comments on way forward. M. McGuinness (SF, Education Minister) announces more money for school's here.

In Dublin courts, two RIRA men, Lawrence Keane and Stephen O'Rourke were jailed for eighteen months for running a RIRA training camp in Kildare.

Today is the tenth anniversary of UFF attack on Sean Graham's Bookmakers. Film report reviews the killing of five Roman Catholics there, as a memorial service takes place today. Survivor, Mark Sykes recalls the attack, then Rosaleen McManus recalls her husband Willie, then Roman Catholic priest, Canon, Peter McCann recalls the funerals.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 5th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 28 secs
DVD Number:
D04040
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Short Changed
Description:
Examination of the allegations of corruption by Garda officers in Donegal.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 7th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD Number:
D04050
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then the Saville Inquiry has ruled RUC officers can give evidence from behind screens. Film report on expected twenty witnesses, including Neville McCoubrey (Det. Dupt.) and Brian McVicar (Det. Dupt.

Bomb alert in Newry report.

The Policing Board is still locked in negotiations on the impasse between O'Loan and Flanagan over the Omagh inquiry, it's their second meeting this week. Film report with Ivan Davies (UUP) remarks, then Sammy Wilson (DUP), then I. Paisley Jnr. (DUP).

In Dublin, Liam Lawlor (TD) was released from jail to attend a Dail debate censoring him. Film report on TD who was jailed for failing to co-operate with the Flood tribunal. B. Ahern comments.

Prince Charles has visited Northern Ireland, he visited Queens University and re-opened the Great Hall, film report with Dawson Stelfox (architect) comments.

The St. Patrick's Day Festival Committee has lost a discrimination court action against Belfast City Council.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 7th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 32 secs
DVD Number:
D04040
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Omagh bomb investigation, R. Flanagan (Chief Constable) accepts the police board's deal. Film report details the terms of the Board's deal, then R. Flanagan radio interview accepts terms. But Kevin Skelton (relative) is disappointed with recommendations.

Next report is from Belfast Courts where Patrick Reid was accused of possessing two assault rifles and three shot guns at his home. Film report.

Then back to reaction from Kevin Skelton and M. Gallagher's reaction to the Policing Board recommendations, both are critical of independent overseers but Denis Brady (Police Board Vice Chairman) says they have covered the relatives demands, then in the studio, S. Wilson (DUP) explains why he's happy with the deal followed by views of A.Attwood (SDLP) who's also pleased with their model for the inquiry.

Final item reports coming in of explosion at British Army Camp at Magilligan in Co. Derry, a civilian M.O.D. worker has been seriously injured. Report.

(1.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 8th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins
DVD Number:
D04050
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Counting on the Union
Description:
Political reaction to the speculation that Roman Catholics now make up 46 per cent of the Northern Ireland population.

From the BBC Web Site: "This edition of Spotlight examines the changing demographics of Northern Ireland and if a united Ireland could ever happen. The solid unionist majority which existed in Northern Ireland at the time of partition has begun to crumble away in recent years. The Roman Catholic population reached 42% in 1991, and when the latest census figures are published they are expected to show that figure is even higher. The programme looks at the implications of this population change for the political future of Northern Ireland and a studio panel discusses the issue."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 12th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD Number:
D04050
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in the Stormont Assembly the DUP and the UUP have clashed over events to mark the Queen's Jubilee, they want M. McGuinness (SF Education Minister) to give every child a memento. Film report with William McCrea (DUP) comments, then M. McGimpsey (UUP) views, then M. Morrow (DUP) reply, while Barry McElduff (SF) rejects the idea as does A. Maginnis (SDLP).

Then in the studio, F. McKinney discusses a government plan to review the existence of our twenty six councils and four Health and Education Boards announced today. It's going to be a big shake up he says.

R. Eames (Church of Ireland, Archbishop) wants Drumcree talks to begin early this year. Film report with Eames comments on Drumcree eight dispute and it's effects.

The Dublin Government is to establish an inquiry into alleged Garda corruption headed by Justice O' Donaghue.

The Burns report on post primary education has been criticised by a Northern Ireland Body representing fifty four Grammar Schools.

A leading US Human Rights Group, Lawyers for Human Rights has issued it's third report and says a Public Independent Inquiry must be held into the killing of Pat Finucane. Film report with group member, Elisa Massimino comments, then G. Finucane statement, her husband's murder was about a government strategy affecting all who lived in Northern Ireland.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 12th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 27 secs
DVD Number:
D04050
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In London courts, two men have been charged with RIRA bomb attacks, film report names J. McCormick and A. Hulme (25). The Police Association which represents rank and file police has asked for a judicial review of the Ombudsman Omagh Report, saying she went beyond her powers. Meanwhile the Omagh Victims families have called for Ron. Flanagan to resign from his Chief Constable job. M. Gallagher comments in interview on the victim's reasoning.

In Westminister, MP's debating PIRA exiles. Film report hears stories of exile night club bouncer, Joe McCluskey from Derry and his mother Bridie. Yesterday, Tony Blair (Prime Minister) commented on exiles theme, also J. Donaldson (UUP) views on amnesty for the on-the-runs.

Alan McQuillan (PSNI, Acc) proposes to cut officers in Traffic branch. Jimmy Spratt (Police Federation Rep.) rejects the idea in film report.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 14th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins
DVD Number:
D04050
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
The Years of Change: Faith and Fatherland
Description:
Archive film of life in the Republic of Ireland during the 1950s and 1960s and the role of the Roman Catholic church.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 18th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
D04050
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Coalisland the PSNI arrested four men and seized a RPG rocket launcher, failing an RIRA attack. Film report with Stephen White (PSNI, ACC.) comments with political reaction from William McCrea (DUP, MLA), then Francie Molloy (SF, MLA).

In London today, the two Prime Ministers, Blair and Ahern met to consider the call for inquiries into controversial killings here and policing and further decommissioning. Film report from Ken Reid on implementing Weston Park package. B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) comments then views of John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary), J. Donaldson (UUP, MP) and D. Burnside (UUP, MP) statement expresses their concerns.

In Columbia, the three Irishmen with suspected Sinn Fein links have been charged by the Government there with training FARC forces. Film report from Columbia, reviews the case to date, with views of Catriona Ruane (Bring Them Home Campaign).

In Strabane, two juveniles arrested following attack on eighteen year old man. Film report.

In Fermanagh town hall, Sinn Fein has proposed a motion removing all British Military emblems from the town hall. Film report with Brian McCaffrey's (SF, Cllr) views, then Raymond Ferguson (UUP, Cllr) and Bert Johnston (DUP) views.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 18th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 58 secs
DVD Number:
D04050
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Skirmishes outside Cookstown court as four RIRA men appear on rocket charges. Film report names men as Sean Dillon (24), Kevin Murphy (31), Brendan O'Connor (23) and Donald Mullen (31).

In Donegal, schoolboy, Brendan Rushe (15) is missing after nightclub visit. Film report with his mother Colette Rushe's comments, then his father, John.

Crossmaglen GAA Club is to receive £450,000 compensation for the army's take-over. Film report with Conor Murphy's (SF) reaction.

R. Flanagan (PSNI, Chief Cons.) was in Dublin today for a charity function related to funds for September 11th in New York. At a press briefing later, Flanagan denied he was leaving the PSNI and the Omagh inquiry was in turmoil, he also denies being pushed or jumping from his job and he won't be replacing the Omagh Inquiry Senior Officer.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 20th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 54 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
R. Flanagan (PSNI Chief Constable) is to stay on in his job for another month, but A. Attwood (SDLP) says he is a 'lame duck'. Film report on the Police Board's decision and the gag on Flanagan over the O'Loan report, with Alex Attwood's comments, then Fred Cobain (UUP) then S. Wilson (DUP) views, followed by I. Paisley Jnr and Denis Brady (Board Vice-Chairman).

In Castlewellan, a back robbery was foiled by PSNI officers lying in wait. Film report with eye witness accounts and in Newtownabbey robbers escaped with money after a bank robbery.

In Verner Street, security forces dealt with a suspected explosive device. Film report from Market's area.

In Down Business Park, Downpatrick, seventy jobs to be created by Korean Firm investment. Film report with Reg Empey's (Enterprise Minister) comments, then Anne McAleenan (Down Council).

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 21st Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 50 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Castlewellan, the PSNI suspect a drugs link, in the killing of local man Matthew Burns (26). The Catholic Reaction Force claimed responsibility, his brother was also injured. Film report with Stephen White's (PSNI, Acc.) comments and profile of other attacks on the man. Eamon O'Neill (SDLP, MLA) comments.

Two former Ulster Bank employees are to be charged tomorrow with stealing money from the bank. Report.

In Mid-Ulster the UVF has been blamed for pipebomb attacks in mid-ulster.

Yesterday's remark by A. Attwood (SDLP) stands firm that Flanagan was a lame duck Chief has been criticised by Jimmy Spratt (Police Federation) but A. Attwood stands firm on his remarks.

In Belfast, two men, Patrick Nesbitt (24) and Kieran O Halloran (22) were charged with yesterdays robbery attempt at Castlewellan bank.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 22nd Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 9 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report from Lord Street in East Belfast where a man's body has been found, comments of Larry Cheshire (PSNI Chief Inspector), on suspicious death, one man arrested then Elizabeth McCann (neighbour) comments.

In North Belfast, a nurse visiting patients had her car attacked on the Crumlin Road. Film report with nurse Karen Smyth's story, then Patricia McKeown (Union Rep), then Hilary Herron (Royal College of Nurses) views.

In Republic, Garda have arrested three men for questioning about the Omagh bomb attack. Film report.

In Donegal, search continues for missing teenager, Brendan Rushe.

Stormont MLA's have been given £4,000,000 them for their expenses. Film report with G. Campbell (DUP) in defence of their claims, then David McClarty's (UUP) views, then Dara O'Hagan (SF) criticises un-elected (MISSING), then A. Maginnis (SDLP) rejects reducing MLA numbers. In the Chamber today Duncan Shipley-Dalton (UUP, MLA) criticised P. Robinson (DUP) for employing his wife and son out of his expenses, Robinson replies.

At the start of a new anti-PSNI poster campaign, G. Kelly (MLA) has accused the Government of not living up to the Patten recommendations. Film report with G. Kelly's condemnation of Special Branch.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 25th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 9 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report covers spate of pipe bomb attacks in mid-Ulster which Sam Kinkaid (PSNI Acc) says were done by the UVF. In the studio D. Ervine (PUP) denies the UVF are involved, and questions the motives of Special Branch.

(6.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 25th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 3 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A £20K reward has been offered for information about the killers of Roman Catholic postman Danny McColgan in Belfast on 12 January 2002 by the UDA. Film report with Roy Sutters (PSNI, Det, Supt.) comments. PSNI have also appealed for information about the last movements of UDA man, Steven McCullough who offered information on the McColgan killing but was found dead on 16th February 2002.

Meanwhile in Carnmoney, it's been revealed, the UDA have intimidate workers at Carnmoney Cemetery off the site. Film report.

In Belfast, five occupants of a stolen car have been arrested in the Stranmillis area.

At a Stormont debate, Bob McCartney (UKUP) was ejected from the Chamber for talking during speeches. Film report.

In Donegal, the Garda have found two AK's, shotgun, mortar and machine gun. Film report with Jim Gallagher (Garda Supt.) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 26th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 48 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
237
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Body of missing school boy Brendan Rush is found in Donegal, film report with Father Jim McGonagle's comments. Then John McFadden (Garda superintendent) comments. The police in Belfast have issued wanted posters showing wanted rioters from recent North Belfast riots, file report with Alan McQuillan's (PSNI Acc) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 27th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 53 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
The Flanagan Years
Description:
Profile of Ronnie Flanagan, Chief Constable, and his time in charge of the police in Northern Ireland; with studio discussion.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 28th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
28 mins
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Newry at lunchtime today, local youth Brendan 'Patch' McCabe (18) was stabbed to death by two youths while walking with his mother. Film report with Gary Hagan's (PSNI, Chief Insp.) comments, then Charles Casey (SF, Cllr) views profile of other killings in the area with Bertie Flynn's (businessman) comments.

At dawn today, PSNI operation Galliot against drug dealers began. Eighteen suspects arrested at twenty nine houses in Ballymena and South Belfast. Film report with Judith Gillespie's (drugs squad chief) comments, then political reaction from P.J. McAvoy (SDLP).

In Castlederg, the remains of missing schoolboy, Brendan Rushe (15) were brought home. Film report with his parent's comments thanking the searchers, then comments of Fr. Jim McGonigle.

Unionists claim the British Government is going to back down and allow royal emblems in Northern Ireland Court buildings.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 28th Feb 2002
Duration: minutes
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Newry killing of Brendan McCabe, his mother describes what happened. Film report with boy's uncle Martin Rock's comments, then Dary Hyland (SF Newry Council Chairman) on street violence.

Second phase of PSNI recruiting begins with 5000 applications, Roman Catholic numbers are up to 40%. Film report with figures and A. Attwood (SDLP) remarks, then M. Browne (SF, Cllr). Then report from Dromara on issue of closure of many RUC bases with comments of Tom Cairns (Community Assoc.).

In September 1994, RUC man, John Torney was convicted of killing his wife and family, today his case has been refered for appeal with new evidence. Film report with Keith Burrow (Solicitor) remarks, then Sandy Torney views.

The British Government has been accused of watering down Criminal Justice reforms as J. Reid says royal symbols will be put into Court rooms. Film report with Alban Maginnis (SDLP) reaction, then G. Kelly (SF), then D. Trimble (UUP).

(6.30 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 1st Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 32 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Monkey Business
Description:
Profile of the British / Spanish talks on the future of Gibraltar and the similarities with Northern Ireland. Robert McCartney (UKUP) and Alban Maginness (SDLP) observe local reactions.

From the BBC Web Site: "Spotlight travels to Gibraltar where the majority say they will do all they can to defend their British culture. The British and Spanish Governments want to resolve the dispute there which spans three centuries. Talk of territorial claims, joint declarations and sell-out is in the air but the government says the 30,000 people of Gibraltar should view the Good Friday Agreement as an example of what can be achieved. Spotlight reporter Vincent Kearney takes two Northern Ireland political rivals to Gibraltar to examine the parallels with home. Anti-Agreement unionist Robert McCartney opposes the Anglo-Spanish dialogue while Alban Maginness of the SDLP believes the talks are essential."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 5th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD Number:
D04070
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In West Belfast the funeral of Debbie McComb (15) in Ballymurphy, killed on Friday by joy riders. Film report with Father J. O'Rawe's comments, on car thieves. Two men charged named as Henry Marley (19) and Neil Blaney (20).

At Queens University, Belfast, Sinn Fein Health Minister was pelted with eggs by DUP students, skuffles followed. Film report.

In Stormont, a motion has voted to allow shamrocks not Easter Lillies at Easter this year. Film report.

In North Belfast loyalists shot a fourteen year old boy in a punishment shooting. Film report with Alban Maginnis (SDLP) and Fred Cobain (UUP) reactions and figures for the year, then Tom Winstone of Shankill restorative scheme comments. Also in North Belfast Roman Catholic youth, Anthony Reid stabbed in sectarian attack. Film report.

Shankill anti-drugs group FAS? is to close as Government stop funding. Nicola Verner comments, then political reaction from F. Cobain (UUP) and A. Maskey (SF).

Harry Shaw (102) the last Northern Ireland veteran of Great War is buried. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 5th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 14 secs
DVD Number:
D04060
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, the killing of Roman Catholic M. McGoldrick in 1996 was a birthday present for Billy Wright (LVF leader), the high court has been told, during the trial of Clifford McKeown. Film report on first LVF killing, hears evidence of Nick Martin Clarke (journalist).

D. Trimble (UUP leader) told Tony Blair (Prime Minister) an amnesty for IRA on-the-runs would be last straw for many Good Friday Agreement supporters. Meanwhile in Stormont, the Assembly debated a Sinn Fein exclusion motion. Film reports from the Commons with Ken Reid and from Stormont where clips of Paisley's speech are shown, then Darren Nesbitt (UUP) reply, while Conor Murphy's (SF) gives their response followed by Alban Maginnis.

R. Flanagan (PSNI, Chief, Cons.) says he's confident the PIRA will decommission again. Film report on his last report to the Policing Board before he retires. (blips in this report were caused by power cuts).

The ISF case brought to court against police officers by Nuala O'Loan was rejected by magistrates. Officers, Philip Mooney (44), Billy Preston and Martin Mann were freed at Bangor Court. Film report hears criticism of Nuala O'Loan from Jimmy Spratt (Police Federation).

At Inquest today of Dominic Rice (22), court heard he was talked out of suicide attempt, then killed himself and another man, J. Thompson in a head on crash on June 11th 2000. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 6th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 16 secs
DVD Number:
D04070
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
The Thompson File
Description:
Soldiers in the British Army shot dead Kathleen Thompson on 6 November 1971; her family put the case for an investigation.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 7th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04070
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Des Browne, Minister with responsibility for matters related to victims of the conflict, questioned on the government's schemes to help victims.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 7th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
27 mins
DVD Number:
D04070
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
The Ghost of Roger Casement
Programme Title:
Part 1
Description:
Profile of his early career in Africa and in Diplomatic corps. Academics discuss the Black Diaries, are they Forgeries or not.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 7th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
57 mins
DVD Number:
D04080
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then in the Republic FF government of Bertie Ahern has lost a vote on abortion reform. Film report with Rosemary Scallon's (MEP) reaction, then R. Quinn's (Labour Leader) views and then B. Ahern comments.

The Police Federation says only three hundred and fifty officers are available across Northern Ireland each night as police staffing levels are very low. Film report with Jimmy Spratt (Police Federation) comments, then Joe Stewart (PSNI, Human Resources).

Sinn Fein today defended plans for an amnesty for on-the-runs. Film report with Quentin Davis (Tory MP) comments and G. Adams (SF) reply.

In Ballymena, firearms have been found and a man arrested.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 7th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 56 secs
DVD Number:
D04070
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report covers remarks of D. Trimble's (UUP Leader), that the Irish Republic is a "mono-ethnic, mono-cultural" place. Film report from UUC Council meeting where he won the day, he also called the Republic, "pathetic and sectarian", and called for a Border Poll, Tommy Gorman's (Journalist) analysis on the remarks.

(6.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sat 9th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins 22 secs
DVD Number:
D04070
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Loyalist terror groups have promised to stay out of any future school protests, film report on statement from Loyalist commission. Film of Ardoyne protests last year and profile of make-up of loyalist commission and film clip of Loyalist gunmen firing volleys, then Fred Cobain's (UUP, MLA) reaction, then Sinn Fein, Education Minister welcomes the statement.

D. Trimble (First Minister) has refused to withdraw his weekend remarks about the ''pathetic sectarian'' Republic.

Film report with his comments and reaction from B. Rodgers (SDLP), P. Robinson (DUP) and M. McGuinness (SF) calls Trimble a twit. In the South, B. Ahern rejects his comments. In the studio, Rev. John Patterson, a Portadown man, who's a rector in Dublin gives his analysis of Trimble's remarks saying he's wide of the mark and that he was only playing to the UUC gallery.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 11th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 17 secs
DVD Number:
D04070
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Walls of Fear
Description:
Profile of living near Belfast's peace walls, including interviews with residents.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 14th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
27 mins
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
The Ghost of Roger Casement
Programme Title:
Part 2
Description:
Examination of his trial; his arrest; MI5's role; the Easter Rising. McCormick tests claim that the Diaries are genuine. Academics debate the findings.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 14th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
58 mins
DVD Number:
D04080
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Taylor (UUP MP) has told the Saville Inquiry, thirteen gunmen were shot dead on Bloody Sunday, film report profiles his role at Stormont in 1972, and his comments, 'Bloody Sunday was a victory for Nationalism'. Soldiers to begin giving evidence in September in London.

Lord Chancellor, has announced that Lisburn and Newry will be made cities as part of the Queens Jubilee celebrations. Film report from Lisburn with Jim Dillon's (Mayor) reaction, then David Briggs (Lisburn Corporate Services) views, then Alan Jeffers (Lisburn Developments) comments, then businessman, Billy Rogan (Smyth Patterson) reaction, followed by a vox-pop of Lisburn shoppers. Then report from Newry with profile of it's past then Barry Owens (Town Centre Manager) views, then Gerard McGivern (Director of District Development) views, then Gerard O'Hare (Newry CBI) reaction, then Thomas McCall (Chief Executive, Newry Council) views, then Tom Kelly (Newry Partnership), then vox-pop of Newry shoppers.

The US Congress is to press ahead with an investigation into the Colombia three's activities in Latin America. Film report from Washington with William Delahunt (Congressman) interview, then a counter view from Fr. Sean McManus.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 14th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 24 secs
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
R. Flanagan (PSNI Chief Constable) has asked to be allowed to take the salute of PSNI passing out parade, even though he leaves his job next month. Film report covers internal policing board debate on the subject, then report details the new figures on the numbers of Roman Catholics applying to join, of seven thousand, thirty five per cent were Roman Catholic, in the next batch thirty nine per cent were Roman Catholic. Darren Templeton gives the figure and Phil Heaton (Consenia, Director) comments. Then reaction from Fred Cobain (UUP), S. Farren (SDLP), S. Wilson (DUP), anger at colour in uniforms.

In Washington, John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) has appointed a US expert on dealing with organised crime, he's expert, Prof. R Goldstock. Film report with both men's comments and reaction from D. Trimble (UUP).

In North Belfast a new fence being constructed between Protestants and Roman Catholics at Torrens Avenue, has been knocked down. Film report with Billy Moody (Community Worker) comments, then Margaret McClenaghan's (SF, Cllr) views on the lack of consultation about the fence.

At the Saville Inquiry, John Taylor (UUP, MP) continued his evidence, his views yesterday that 13 gunmen were killed has offended the relatives of the dead. Film report with John Kelly's (families spokseman) response.

In Kilkeel, a nationalist band has been banned from passing the towns war memorial. Report.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 15th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 33 secs
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In South Armagh an RAF helicopter crash landed at Jonesboro, film report with Dave Breese's (squadron leader) comments, then local eye witness Declan Fearon's remarks, causalities taken to Daisy Hill Hospital, Doctor Michael McCann on injuries. Two men stabbed on Belfast's Antrim Road. In Kilkeel a Nationalist band parade passed off peacefully. Film report, in Downpatrick a festival celebrated St Patrick's Day, film report.

(5.30 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Sat 16th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 27 secs
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Top secret RUC Special Branch files have been stolen in a raid on Castlereagh Police Station. Film report on break in by three men who over powered a detective and took files. Jim Rogers (Belfast, Lord Mayor) thinks it was done by security force elements. A. Maginnis (SDLP) calls it a Watergate, he suspects security agency, then I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) calls it an inside job. In the studio, Alan Murray (Security Journalist) gives an update and his analysis on the raid.

Police Ombudsman office figures show fifty five per cent of complaints on Police again come from Protestants. Film report with Nuala O'Loan comments. The British and Irish governments have different views on Trimble's call for a border poll at next Stormont elections. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 18th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 27 secs
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
238
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Special Branch files have been stolen from Castlereagh RUC/PSNI base in a raid by three men, one officer injured. Film report with Policing Board statement and Jim Rogers' (UUP, Cllr) remarks.

(6.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 18th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 44 secs
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Leargas:
Programme Title:
Binn Beal ina Thost - Section 31 Ban on SF
Description:
The Irish Government's media ban on Sinn Fein (SF) over the years is examined. Irish with English subtitles.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 19th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
26 mins
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The British Government has ordered an inquiry into the raid on it's Special Branch offices in Castlereagh. Film report reveals sensitive material was stolen and comments of John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) on independent inquiry. Denis Bradley (Police Board Vice-Chairman) suspects it was inside job. Then Fred Cobain (UUP) and Joe Byrne (SDLP) reactions. Flanagan has appointed Phil Wright (Chief Supt.) to lead the police inquiry, then A. Maskey (SF) is sceptical of any PSNI inquiry. In the studio, Alan Murray (Security Journalist) comments on documents taken and their significance.

In Belfast, Holyland area, a murder inquiry has begun following the finding of a man's body in a house. Film report with Alan Maines (PSNI Det. Supt.) comments.

At Stormont, executive meetings, M. McGuinness (SF) and D. Trimble (UUP) have clashed over Trimble's weekend comments about the South and the performance of Sinn Fein Ministers. Film report with McGuinness comments and Trimble's reply refusing an apology.

In North Belfast's Limestone Road rival groups have clashed and in Co. Fermanagh a memorial to IRA Vols. (Joe McManus) in Belleek, has caused Unionist anger. Sam Foster (UUP) comments, then Tommy Gallagher (SDLP) views, followed by views of Stephen Hugget (SF, Cllr).

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 19th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 11 secs
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
R. Flanagan (PSNI Chief Constable) says lives are not at risk following the Castlereagh raid. Film report on Flanagan's / Wright's (Superintendent) comments to Police Board, then Sammy Wilson (DUP) says Special Branch office had been moved one week before, Prof. Des Rea (Policing Board Chairman) comments, but Joe Byrne (SDLP) is unhappy about Flanagan's views and G. Kelly (SF) is critical. British Government has announced for Sir Northern Ireland Secretary, Sir John Chilcott will head the Castlereagh break-in Inquiry. Film report with John Reid's announcement at Commons, with Quentin Davis (Tory) views, then D. Trimble (UUP) comments.

Within Unionism there is concern the Royal Prerogative will be used by the Queen to pardon on-the-runs. Film report from Commons with John Reid's reaction to questions from Tories, and then Jane Kennedy's (NIO Minister) views.

In North Belfast, Tigers Bay area, Loyalist and Nationalist crowds clashed last night. Film report with Nelson McCausland (DUP) views on the causes of the riots, then Davy Mahood (UPRG) views but G. Kelly (SF) gives a different viewpoint as to who started the trouble and Martin Morgan (SDLP, Cllr) agrees with him.

The US Congressial Committee's investigations into the Colombia three has asked G. Adams (SF) to give evidence. Film report.

Report on Unemployment figures.

Today is the thirtieth anniversary of an IRA car bomb attack in Donegall Street, Belfast which killed seven people. A memorial was held today in St Annes Cathedral. Film report with old film clips names two RUC dead as Ernest McAllister and Bernard O'Neill, the others who died were binmen Ernest Duggan, James Macklin and Sam Trainor (an off duty UDR man) and two pensioners Sydney Bell and Henry Miller. Bomb survivor, Margaret Massey recalls the events that day, then Dean Houston McKelvey comments.

As Imagine Belfast Group releases its proposals to apply to EEC to make Belfast a City of Culture in 2008, Shona McCarthy (Imagine) comments on cities reaction with ideas, but critics highlight Imagine's plan to have the peace walls removed, Martin Lynch (Imagine) defends their views, on starting the debate on walls, then second report comes from peace wall at Whitewell with reaction from Protestant residents and Roman Catholic residents both agree the wall must stay and rubbish the removal idea. Jim Duffy (Roman Catholic, Resident) views.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 20th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
19 mins 2 secs
DVD Number:
D04090
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Hidden identities:
Description:
William Carlin, a former MI5 agent, talks about his role in the 1970s and 1980s.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Sky
Channel:
CH5
Date Broadcast:
Thu 21st Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
England



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Execution Day
Description:
A Northern Ireland lawyer working on death row cases in the USA talks about his work.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 21st Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then Unionists have accused M. McGuinness (SF Education Minister) of bias in his allocation of capital building funds for schools. Film report with comments of Aidan Hamill (La Salle Boys, Principal) in Belfast on his allocation and needs then accusations from S. Wilson (DUP) of bias, with response from M. McGuinness. Michael Wardlow of integrated sector thinks their funding is fair.

The PSNI haven't ruled out a sectarian motive for a gun attack on a Derry home. Film report on attack on Roman Catholic home with Brian McKeown (PSNI, Insp.) views.

The High Court has given the Police Association permissions for a judicial review of the Omagh bombing report by the Ombudsman.

In Dublin a Dail report examines parliamentary changes that would allow Northern MP's to address the Dail. Film report on recommendations with M. McLaughlin's (SF) views, then M. Durkan (SDLP).

Willliam Farrish (USA London Ambassador) commented today on the US Senate's Committee's request for G. Adams (SF) to address it about the Colombia three.

In Belfast Courts a DUP legal challenge that the First and Deputy First Ministers election was invalid has been defeated by two votes to one, an appeal was allowed, P. Robinson comments.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 21st Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 3 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
239
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, R. Flanagan (PSNI Chief constable) says more PIRA decommissioning is imminent, file report on comments after meeting John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) in his last week in the job. He comments on last week's Castlereagh break in, and the highs and lows of his time as Chief Constable.

Meanwhile in London, Sinn Fein's, G. Adams, M. McGuinness and Martin Ferris met Tony Blair. Outside, Adam's side-stepped talk of decommissioning and mentions on-the-runs issue. Then Ken Reid comments. In North Belfast at the weekend, sectarian clashes flared on the Limestone Road. Janet Spratt (Protestant) describes being hurt in a blast bomb attack, she accuses Nationalists, also today, Protestants at Curry Primary School say Nationalists attacked them, Nicola Wallace (parent) comments, then N. Dodds (DUP, MP) comments.

UTV Live wins news award and film report shows the news clips that won it for them.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 25th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 23 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, the Parades Commission has banned the Apprentice Boys from walking down the Lower Ormeau Road, film report with Tommy Cheevers' views from Apprentice Boys position, then for Gerard Rice's (Lower Ormeau Road Commission) comments. However Nationalist politicians have condemned a decision to allow Apprentice Boys to march past the Ardoyne Shops, A. Maginnis (SDLP) comments.

In North Belfast, Jane Kennedy (NIO Security Minister) has visited Curry Primary School on the Limestone Road, a scene of recent sectarian attacks. Also in North Belfast, Whitewell area, PSNI found 650 bottles and petrol bombs following a night of clashes.

In London I. Paisley met Tony Blair to object to an on-the-runs amnesty. Film report with I. Paisley interview on what he'll be telling Tony Blair.

In Dublin, Hilary Clinton (US Senator) visited.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 26th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
6 mins 43 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then in Belfast the Stevens Inquiry team has arrested leading UDA 'Mo' Courtney in his inquiries into the killing of Pat Finuance. Fim report with John White's (UPRG) reaction, the PSNI have revealed the new uniforms that they will be wearing at a cost of £4,500,000 to the Government. Film report highlights the changes with Alan McQuillan (Acc.) views on the forces changes, then Des Rea's (Police Board Chairman) views.

Also today F. Cobain (UUP) threatened to resign from the Police Board, he's unhappy that Pat Byrne (Garda Chief) is to attend the first recruits passing out parade.

D. Trimble, has won his libel action against on-line company, Amazon for selling Sean McPhilemy's book 'The Committee'.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 27th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
5 mins 53 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Kingdom Come
Description:
Profile of Martin Ferris, Sinn Fein's candidate in County Kerry, and his chance of success in the upcoming general election in the Republic.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 28th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
26 mins
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Police Board releases its plan for tackling sick leave and crime. Film report, covers controversy over Garda Commissioner attending PSNI recruits passing out. Policing Board six objectives revealed with Prof. Des Rea (Chairman) comments, then Denis Bradley (Vice-Chairman).

William Courtney (UDA) released with out charge after his arrest yesterday, meanwhile Ken Barrett (UDA) has denied he was an 'informer'. Castlewellan robbery report.

At Hillsborough, four years after the Good Friday Agreement signing, the first meeting took place of the implementation group set up at Weston Park talks. Film report with Brian Cowen (Irish Foreign Secretary) remarks, then John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) comments, while D. Trimble (UUP) calls on the government not to do side deals outside the Good Friday Agreement and Mark Durkan (SDLP) ruled out a border poll next year, then G. Adams (SF) rejected making any comment on further PIRA decommissioning.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 28th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 7 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Sectarian rioting has broken out at North Queen Street in North Belfast. Film report with Jim Chapmen's (PSNI Inspector) comments.

The PSNI have arrested six people in Derry and Belfast in connection with the Castlereagh break in, all are Republicans. Film report with A. Maskey's (SF) reaction, that it's a cover up exercise.

In County Down two teenagers killed outside Ardglass.

(6.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 30th Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 30 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then film reports on Easter poles in Dublin and Belfast. Beginning at the Falls Road with speech from Gerry Kelly attacking Trimble and predicting election victories in the South. Mention of smaller RSF and W P parades.

(Easter Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 31st Mar 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins 23 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
At Hillsborough a forty-one gun salute was fired in honour of the dead Queen Mother. Film report with comments of Major Jason Fisher of 206th Battery.

Two Apprentice Boys parades in Belfast's Ardoyne and in the Lower Ormeau Road passed off peacefully after a bomb hoax. Film report with G. Kelly's (SF) views, then Alaistair Simpson of the Apprentice Boys.

In North Belfast's Broom Street a seventeen old youth was stabbed in a sectarian attack and in Glendora Avenue twelve cars were attacked in another attack.

(Easter Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 1st Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 10 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
PSNI have been given till midnight to continue questioning a man about the Castlereagh break in, five others have been released. Film report says PSNI think PIRA was behind the raid, Bobby Storey was amongst those arrested.

In North Belfast's riots last Saturday, Sinn Fein has complained of police brutality and released a video clip of PSNI attacking Nationalist civilians. Film report.

Dunmurray man Pearce White (31) killed by train at Glebe Road, Dunmurray.

A plaque was unveiled to Thomas Andrews, the Titanic designer at his former home. Film report with his nephew, James Andrews' comments.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 2nd Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 33 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Derry mother, Paula Kelly describes how two men broke into her home and beat her with hammers. Film report with interview.

In Courts, John O'Hagan (29) arrested in the raids after the Castlereagh break-ins was charged with possession of holding information usefule to terrorists. Film report. More police searches continued today.

A North Belfast Protestant woman has claimed she was beaten by Republicans on the Antrim Road. Film report with interview and coverage of overnight violence on the Limestone Road with Film clips.

In Castlewellan and Downpatrick, two republican memorials have been destroyed in Craigavon, no-one was injured when shots were fired into a family home.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 3rd Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 4 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Violence for the third night in North Belfast, film report begins at Ardoyne Road, residents blame Protestant mobs. Colette Cassidy comments on shots fired at them, then police statements overnight thirteen police injured at Limestone Road. Film report hears live rounds fired. Eddie McClean (Loyalist Community Worker) interview, then as Danny Lavery (SF, Cllr) is interviewed more gunfire in the background. Alan McQuillan (PSNI, Acc) blames the UDA for the overnight violence. N. Dodds (DUP) calls for CCTV to be installed, then loyalist amateur video shows PSNI beating civilians. John White (UPRG) comments on UDA involvement in that area, then B. Hutchinson (PUP) also accuses PSNI of brutality, then Eoin O'Broin (SF) calls for talks.

Detectives arrested Derry man, Raymond McCartney in their inquiries into the Castelreagh raid. Film report with Mary Nelis (SF, MLA) comments.

At Police Board meeting today, Colin Cramphorn (acting Chief Constable) faced questions on Castlereagh raids and North Belfast. Film report with A. Attwood (SDLP) views and Colin Cramphorn's comments on both subjects.

At Stormont, the Assembly paid it's respects to the dead Queen mother. Film report with D. Trimble, M. Durkan, I. Paisley comments. Sinn Fein didn't attend.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 4th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
14 mins 7 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A political row has marred the first graduation of PSNI recruits. Film report on Unionist reaction to the Garda Commissioner speaking at the event, with former Chief Constable speaking to the recruits, then Pat Byrne (Garda), afterwards views of I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) and A. Attwood's (SDLP) reaction. Meanwhile Sinn Fein held a protest against the new PSNI at North Queen Street. In North Belfast, film report with G. Kelly (SF) comments that Policing hadn't changed, they put on a street threatre called Flanagan's (MISSING).

In Ardoyne, rival factions clashed this afternoon. Film report with M. McClenaghan's version of what happened, then Loyalist Community Worker gives an opposing viewpoint.

The mother of Robert Fleming (18) who was a pall bearer at the Queen mother's funeral has talked about her pride and pleasure at his performance. Film report on the Co. Antrim man's role.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 5th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 31 secs
DVD Number:
D04100
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then the PIRA has carried out a second act of decommission, General John De Chastelein says its varied and substantial. Film report with IRA statement and DeChastelein interview, then political reaction from D. Trimble (UUP) and G. Adams (SF), then B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister), then G. Campbell (DUP), who's unimpressed and M. Durkan (SDLP) who hopes Loyalists will begin, as does D. Ford (Alliance), but B. Hutchinson (PUP) says UVF won't decommission. In the studio, John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) gives an interview on the significance of today's event and the next step in the sequence.

Overnight in Strabane, the home of Eugene McMenamin (SDLP, MLA) was attacked by petrol bombs. Film report with interview and comments of John Maxwell (PSNI Chief Inspector).

Then back to PIRA decommissioning story and analysis of Ken Reid (Journalist) of today's event and reactions.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 8th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 40 secs
DVD Number:
D04110
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The family of Roseanne Mallon (76) shot dead by Loyalists in May 1994, has claimed six undercover British soldiers witnessed the shooting but were ordered not to intervene. Film report hears army surveillance camera found, it's tapes went missing. Martin Mallon (Relative) comments and demands a public independent inquiry. Then Mark Thompson's of (Relatives of Justice) views.

Colin Cramphorn (Acting Chief Constable) says he wont be taking the top job permanently, and he has taken a swipe at the Northern Ireland Police Board on its priorities for the job, Ian Paisley Jnr (Police Board) agrees with him, then counterview of A. Attwood (SDLP), and views of F Cobain (UUP).

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 10th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
6 mins 8 secs
DVD Number:
D04110
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Day of Reckoning (Part 1)
Description:
Profile of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, could such a scheme help the Peace Process in Northern Ireland.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
50 mins
DVD Number:
D04110
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Day of Reckoning (Part 2)
Description:
A selection of politicians and former paramilitaries discuss the issues raised in Part 1.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
55 mins
DVD Number:
D04110
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
David Trimble interviewed about the second IRA act of decommissioning and also the Castlereagh break-in.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04120
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Fighting Hatred
Description:
(First shown April 2001.) This programme concentrates on the personal stories of two paramilitary killers, one loyalist Alec Calderwood and one republican Sean O'Callaghan; both men now claim to have put violence behind them and are working for peace. (... ENTRY TO BE COMPLETED)
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Sky
Channel:
Sky Discovery
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD Number:
D04120
Tape Number:
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, D. Trimble (First Minister) and the Stormont Executive has unveiled its plans to help victims of the Trouble's here at a Craigavon conference. Film report with Trimble's comments, then Denis Haughey's (SDLP) views. Then reaction from Reverend David Clements (WAVE), a counselling group, then from William Frazier (FAIR), a South Armagh victims group for RUC/UDR men, then from Mark Thompson (Relatives for Justice), a largely Nationalist / Republican group. Then journalist Chris Moore previews the Truth and Reconciliation format used in South Africa, featured in UTV's Insight tonight.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
5 mins 43 secs
DVD Number:
D04110
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of today's Craigavon release of the Executives £3,000,000 plan to help victims. Film report with victims relative Ann McCann's reaction, then Reverend D. Clements' (WAVE) views, then Trimble's comments on the strategy.

(6.30 p.m. Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins 17 secs
DVD Number:
D04110
Tape Number:
240
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A coroner at the Inquest into the murder of Tyrone pensioner Roseanne Mallon (76) by the UVF eight years ago has said he wasn't told about a British Army presence at the scene. Film report on absence of six soldiers statements, with comments of Martin Donaghey (Mallon Family Solicitor) accusing the Police, then Martin Mallon's (nephew) views.

A North Belfast man from the Whitewell road has been accused of a sectarian knife attack on a Protestant man.

Next report features killing of Inga Maria Hauser (German tourist) fourteen years ago which still is unsolved. Police now hope DNA profiling may now lead to a break through. Sam Harkness (PSNI, Det. Insp.) comments.

The Tory Northern Ireland Spokesman has visited South Armagh, he says it's to prove the area is not a no-go area for British politicians. Film report on Quentin Davis visit with John Fee (SDLP, MLA) and John Feehan (Cllr) angry reaction to his comments, then Davy Hyland's (SF) reaction and Quentin Davis comments.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 16th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
??
DVD Number:
D04120
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
From Kilkeel film report on the funerals of three members of the Green Family, lost at sea when their vessel the Tullymary Loss Sank. All three were called Michael, comments of Fr. M. Murray.

Gordon Brown (British Government Chancellor) announces the budget today, here the Sinn Fein Health Minister gives her reaction to the increase in hospital spending announcement, but Glyn Roberts (local President of Small Businesses) is concerned about National Health Insurance increase.

Speaking in the Dail today B. Ahern says he hopes decommissioning will be finished by next May's Stormont Assembly elections.

(10.30 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 17th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 46 secs
DVD Number:
D04120
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In County Tyrone a Roman Catholic taxi driver Barry McDonald has been shot dead, Sinn Fein deny its part of Republican feud, the Red Hand Defenders admit the killing. Film report shows 1992 TV interview with B. McDonald. Eddie Grahams (PSNI, Chief Supt.) comments, then Francie Molloy (SF, MLA) denies PIRA involvement, then Vincent Curry (SDLP, Cllr) remarks, followed by D. Trimble's (UUP) comment. In May 2000 his son had been expelled from Dungannon by the PIRA, then shot and wounded when he returned home. Other family tragedies mentioned plus two sons in Court today on threat charges.

Its been revealed that £20,000,000 is spent here protecting V.I.P.'s by four hundred officers, by the police. At the Policing Board they are reviewing the situation, but J. Donaldson (UUP) warns about making any changes in his comments, then Chris Ryder (journalist) calls for more normalisation.

After the Chancellors budget, government sources say we will be getting water charges and bigger rates bills here, Sean Farren (SDLP, Finance Minister) comments on the choices ahead for local taxation.

In South Armagh, three men were arrested in Dawn raids, they were Peter Caraher, Jim Cleary and Philip O'Rourke, all were charged with incidents during protests at army watch towers last December. Film report with Peter Caragher's interview on being beaten by PSNI and army, then reaction from Conor Murphy (SF).

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 18th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 36 secs
DVD Number:
D04120
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Sinn Fein has accused the PSNI of a smear campaign over its claims that details on Tory Party members and Loyalists have been found in Republican hands. Film report with reaction from John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary), then M. McGuinness (SF) views, then P. Berry's (DUP) views. In the studio, Alan Murray (Security Journalist) gives the background to the story and assesses today's political reactions.

The Continuity IRA has admitted responsibility for a bomb attack on Garnerville Police Training College earlier this week.

In Derry the home of Pat Ramsey (SDLP, MLA) was evacuated due to a bomb alert. Film report shows Mrs Ramsey arguing with Sinn Fein man, then Paul Sheehy's (PSNI, Sgt.) comments.

B. Hutchinson (PUP) has called for peace line moves in Ardoyne after overnight sectarian clashes. Film report hears M. McClenaghan (Sf, Cllr) and A. Maginnis (SDLP) reactions in Twaddell Avenue. CCTV film shows attacks on Protestant homes, John McVicar (resident spokesman) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 19th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 4 secs
DVD Number:
D04120
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
J. Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) says the PIRA ceasefire is still intact. Film report from Ken Reid with J. Reid's remarks in London, then John Duncan-Smith's (Tory Leader) views. Earlier D. Trimble (UUP) commented after meeting Alan McQuillan (PSNI, Acc.), he's to meet Sinn Fein leaders, then G. Adams (SF) says 'desk forces' are at work, for the DUP, the IRA ceasefire is over. Film report on it's Stormont motion with N. Dodds comments, then J. Donaldson (UUP) also says Sinn Fein should be ousted from Stormont Executive. A. Attwood (SDLP) voices a word of caution on blaming Sinn Fein for Castlereagh. Then in the studio he says police hae good reason for suspecting the IRA of Castlereagh raid, he plans to meet Sinn Fein leaders for their explanations.

In Ardoyne, fresh trouble has erupted. Film report with Twaddell Avenue film of attack on Protestant homes, make shift weapons shown, then Julie Lindsay (PSNI, Chief Supt.) comments on new police evidence gathering team, then B. Hutchinson (PUP) says Republicans want green North Belfast, then G. Kelly (SF) blames the UDA. A Glenbyrne resident invites Jane Kennedy (NIO Security Minister) to come live in her house for a few days, then Colette Cassidy's (Nationalist resident) views.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 22nd Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 13 secs
DVD Number:
D04120
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
News coverage of reaction to PSNI claims that the PIRA had details of Tories and Loyalists. G. Adams (SF) gives an interview from Stormont on his reaction to the PSNI claims, he says it's an attempt to undermine the peace process, he cites the recent PIRA decommissioning, and denies SF/IRA credibility is low at the moment. Then in the studio D. Trimble (UUP) says he wants Sinn Fein leaders to face up to the reality. These events weren't created by the Security Forces, he calls the Castlereagh break in huge, and calls for Sinn Fein leaders to get a grip on the paramilitary side of their movement. He gives his view on the idea the revelations are meant to embarrass Sinn Fein in the upcoming Eire elections.

(6.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 22nd Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 36 secs
DVD Number:
D04120
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
True Lives
Programme Title:
The Green Fields of Vietnam
Description:
Profile of the 21 Irish-born USA soldiers who fought and died in the Vietnam War.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 23rd Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
53 mins
DVD Number:
D04130
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
G. Adams (SF) says he wont be giving evidence to the IRA-Colombia hearing in Washington. Film report from Ken Reid at Adams' press conference, he outlines his reasons in a letter to Senator Henry Hyde. Then report from Stormont with critical reaction from A. Attwood, (SDLP) and from J. Paisley Jnr (DUP), then James Leslies' (UUP) views. Then report from Washington on the reaction there, with comments of Father Sean McManus (Irish National Caucus) and from U.S. expert on Colombian Affairs, Michael Shifter. Then report Fearghal McKinney gives a live update on the Senate Committee's statement.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 23rd Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 8 secs
DVD Number:
D04130
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The U.S. Senate Hearing in Washington into IRA activity in Colombia has begun. Colombia says fifteen IRA men have been training FARC for three years. Film report with Senator Henry Hyde's opening remarks, then Peter King (US Congressman) rejects Colombian evidence as does Senator William Delahunt and Chris Smith (Congressman). In Belfast, the IRA has issued a statement denying it trained FARC guerillas.

In London, Tony Blair met D. Trimble (UUP Leader). Film report with Trimble's comments on the Castlereagh break-in and challenge to Blair.

Then live report from Fearghal McKinney in Washington on today's hearing developments as it seems the IRA has got off the hook.

In Courts, a Coleraine man, Roy McMaster (30) has been charged with trying to detonate a bomb during last year's Old Lammas Fair in Co. Antrim. Film report on August 2001 Loyalist attack in Ballycastle.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 24th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 2 secs
DVD Number:
D04130
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
US Congress FARC/IRA Hearing
Description:
Report on the USA's Senate Hearing on the alleged links between the IRA and Colombia's FARC.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 25th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
D04130
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
M. McGimpsey (UUP) says the peace process is lurching towards another crisis as the finger of suspicion over the Castlereagh RUC base break is pointed at the PIRA. Film report with McGimpsey comments, then Sean Farren's (SDLP) reaction, then G. Adams (SF) reply, Sinn Fein has no case to answer, while E. Poots (DUP) says Trimble shouldn't meet Adams tomorrow.

In North Belfast, Mick Conlon's (former SF, Cllr) home was pipebombed, Sinn Fein blames the UDA. Film report with Conlon interview, then G. Kelly's (SF) views.

B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) has announced a general election on May 17th in Eire. Film report with Ahern's comments on peace in Northern Ireland, then political analysis from Stephen Collins in Dublin on possible outcomes for all the South's parties. Stormont MLA's have awarded themselves a £5,000 pay rise. A. Maskey (SF) is against the rise, D. Ford (Alliance) also questions the rise, the UUP and Woman's Coalition warn of misguided speculation on idle MLA's.

The scientist who carried out forensic tests after Bloody Sunday, wants to be hidden while giving evidence to the Saville Inquiry as he fears reprisals. Film report on Dr John Martin's 1972 evidence to Widgery Inquiry now found worthless.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 25th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 19 secs
DVD Number:
D04130
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Car bomb defused on Belfast's Governor Road. Film report on incendiary bomb, with Peter Farrar's (PSNI Chief Inspector) comments.

A police covert operation has prevented a £500,000 security firm robbery. Film report shows Carryduff hostage scene with Alan McQuillan's (PSNI Acc) remarks. Five men were arrested.

In Ballynahinch a Roman Catholic family home was pipe bombed.

In Dungannon, the family of murdered taxi driver Barry McDonald say they do not know who killed him. Film report with Margaret O'Connells appeal for information, then brother in law Kieran O'Donnell says the killers weren't Republicans, he's had private reassurances from Republicans, then Gary Stewart (PSNI, Det. Supt,) comments he won't speculate on who killed Barney McDonald. F. Molloy (SF) says the killing may have been sectarian. Then in the studio, Alan McQuillan (security journalist) gives his analysis of the claim and counter claim about the McDonald killing.

At Stormont today, G. Adams (SF) met D. Trimble (UUP) to discuss recent accusations against Sinn Fein and IRA about Castlereagh break-in, Colombia Three, and IRA targeting of Tories. Film report with D. Trimble (UUP) comments afterwards on Unionist attitudes and dangers to the peace process, then views of G. Adams (SF) on the allegations. Then in the studio, political analysis of the serious situation from Ken Reid.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 26th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 48 secs
DVD Number:
D04130
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Dissident Republicans are being blamed by the PSNI for a 150 pound bomb on Magherberry prison, the full bomb didn't go off. Film report with review of recent dissident republican attacks and comments of Roy Toner (PSNI Chief Supt), then views of Finlay Spratt (Prison Officers Association), then J. Donaldson (UUP, MP) wants security response. Jane Kennedy (NIO Security Minister) has announced plans to install forty five further CCTV cameras in North Belfast to identify rioters at interface areas. Film report with J. Kennedy's comments.

At Stormont an angry row broke out between Paisley and Trimble at a debate on the state of the IRA ceasefire. Film report from Ken Reid with analysis. Blair (Prime Minister) and G. Brown (Chancellor) to visit Northern Ireland later this week.

In Lisburn court, John Sullivan (24) from Lower Falls Road, charged with attempted robbery of £500,000 from Security firm Manager at Carryduff last week. Film report includes Newtownards Court appearance of David O'Rawe (29) on charges of the same incident.

In next month's Eire General Election, G. Adams (SF) launched their election manifesto, he wants to win three seats. Film reprot with Adams remarks on being a partner in the next Republic's Government, then from Dublin, Tom Crowe (SW, Cllr) comments on his chances.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 29th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 27 secs
DVD Number:
D04140
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
The Promised Land
Description:
Arabs and Israelis who live in Northern Ireland discuss their homeland situation and 'the Troubles'.

From the BBC Web Site: "Spotlight talks to members of the Arab and Jewish communities in Northern Ireland about the bloody Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Reporter Barbara McCann concludes that some members of these two communities in the province appear to have taken sides in the Middle East conflict. In 1948, three years after the Holocaust, the State of Israel was proclaimed in Palestine, finally giving Jews a homeland. But, for many of the Palestinians living there, it meant a future in exile or feeling like foreigners in their own land. Both sides want their own recognised and separate states and this apparently insoluble international problem has resulted in years of conflict and war."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 30th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04140
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
G. Brown (Chancellor) is to relax the rule which prevents the Stormont Executive from borrowing too much money, he will allow the Executive to raise finances for schools, hospitals, etc., but only by doubling the Rates Bill here. Film report on bond issue idea with Prof. Austin Smyth comments.

As peace process crisis, over alleged PIRA involvement in Colombia and the Castlereagh break-in deepens, SDLP today met Sinn Fein, afterwards M. Durkan gives his reaction to recent press stories, then G. Adams (SF) blamed the 'no' camp for pushing the current agenda backed by British Securocrats. D. Ervine (PUP) says they are considering withdrawing from the Assembly, he explains why. Meanwhile UUP dissident, Peter Weir has joined the DUP, Alan McFarland (UUP) doesn't lament his departure. Then live from London, Ken Reid reports on D. Trimble's meeting in Commons with John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary), with Trimble interview on his position on Sinn Fein.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 30th Apr 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 27 secs
DVD Number:
D04140
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, from Culloville, County Armagh a fresh search has begun for the body of one of the disappeared, Charles Armstrong, missing for twenty years.

In the Commons, John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) has said the PIRA must declare that it's war is over. Film report from Ken Reid, with coverage of D. Trimble's (UUP) reaction, he wants the PIRA to disband, then P. Robinson (DUP) asks questions about the Castlereagh break-in and afterwards D. Burnside (UUP) threatens a further Ulster Unionist Council meeting. The live from London, Ken Reid gives his analysis of the government's position today and his belief this crisis is about the UUP Leadership.

Tom Constantine (Police Oversight Commisioner) has said the Police plans here for linking the Special Branch with CID, fail to meet the objective set out for a complete merger, he also suggested ways high level of sick leave in PSNI can be dealt with. Film report with Tom Constantine's interview, but G. Kelly (SF) says Special Branch is blocking integration, then Alex Attwood (SDLP) says resistance is to be expected but will be overcome.

In Randalstown, two pipe bombs were defused, loyalists blamed for security alert at Lavery's pub. Film report with Pat Foy's (PSNI Insp.) comments, then Donovan McClelland (SDLP, MLA) reactions.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 1st May 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 19 secs
DVD Number:
D04140
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
T. Blair (Prime Minister) and G. Brown (Chancellor) visit Northern Ireland to announce financial package. Film report hears it will mean eight pound per week rise in rates bills here, and includes speech from G. Brown on this 'economical settlement', then T. Blair praises the peace process, then M. Durkan (SDLP) and D. Trimble (UUP) comments.

Second report outlines what the Chancellor is actually offering and the cost to Northern Ireland local tax payers, plus the five former security base sites the British Government is giving the Executive.

In the Studio, G. Brown is questioned on his investment plan and the repayment plan he expects. Next report assesses the reaction from the public on Belfast's Lisburn Road, then reaction from Tom Gillen (ICTU). Next report is from a Ken Reid interview with Tony Blair on the current problems in the peace process, he is not turning a blind eye to any problems from paramilitaries, he says he would like to see Sinn Fein on the Police Board and he says devolution is working but there are obstacles to be overcome.

Alex Thompson (Channel 4 Journalist) and Lena Ferguson (BBC Editor) have been ordered by the Saville Inquiry into Bloody Sunday to name the soldiers they interviewed for a series of news reports in 199? . Film report with journalists comments refusing to name the soldiers.

Colin Cramphorn (Acting PSNI Chief Cons.) says they are directing seventy five per cent of their inquiries into the Castlereagh break-in towards Republicans. Film report from Policing Board meeting, with reaction from A. Attwood (SDLP) and Fred Cobain (UUP). Cramphorn reveals only three PSNI stations will close, I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 2nd May 2002
Duration: minutes
17 mins
DVD Number:
D04140
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Green Machine
Description:
Analysis of Sinn Fein's chances in the upcoming General Election in the Republic of Ireland.

From the BBC Web Site: "Reporter Vincent Kearney examines the strategy of Sinn Fein in its battle for seats in the Republic of Ireland's general election on May 17. It hopes to gain the balance of power in the Irish parliament, the Dail, giving it unprecedented influence over government policy. In the last Dail, there was just one Sinn Fein member. The republican party is fielding candidates in 34 of the republic's 42 constituencies. Unionists fear a big Sinn Fein success in the election and are unhappy at the possibility of the party having ministers in the governments on both sides of the border."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 7th May 2002
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD Number:
D04140
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
I. Paisley Snr (DUP) has been ordered to appear before the Saville Inquiry on Bloody Sunday or face contempt charges. Film report covers Paisley's absence today as he was in Stormont, he's expected to attend tomorrow morning. Paisley gives his reaction in Stormont, then Saville's decision based on his feeling he was being given the run around.

Sinn Fein have called for talks to defuse weekend violence in North Belfast. Film report from Carlisle Circus, Ardoyne, Newington and Whitewell Road. Sinn Fein shows the PSNI attacking Nationalists, A. Maskey (SF) comments, then B. Hutchinson (PUP) questions Sinn Fein's sincerity. N. Dodds (DUP) wants a greater security response. A. Maginnis (SDLP) says security measures just not enough, Chris McGimpsey (UUP, Cllr) wants talking after peace restored.

In London three PIRA men were jailed for conspiring to cause explosions in the UK. Film report on thirty years sentences.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 7th May 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 11 secs
DVD Number:
D04140
Tape Number:
241
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
I. Paisley Snr, gives evidence at the Saville Inquiry and accuses it of a witch hunt against Protestants. Film report on Paisley's evidence about Bloody Sunday, and the cancelling of a DUP march on that day after assurances from the Stormont government. Outside Paisley attacked the Tribunal. Also today Appeal Judges have granted RUC men giving evidence to Saville, to use screens.

In North Belfast, Loyalist leaders have met PSNI Chiefs to discuss recent violent clashes. Film report on overnight violence in Ardoyne and Whitewell areas with views of Tommy Kirkham (UPRG) on CCTV's and Republican are to blame he says, they need to say they aren't trying to drive Protestants out. M. McClenaghan (SF) denies that Nationalists are involved in starting riots, then Independent Unionist, F. McCoubrey (UPRG, Cllr) appeals for loyalist calm.

Meanwhile John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) spoke at the Superintendents Conference. Film report on his comments on lack of support for Policing and reply from Bill Lowry (PSNI) response.

In Scotland, four Loyalists on terror charges will appear in court in the morning.

In Carryduff, a burnt out car is believed by police to have been used in the Castlereagh break-in. Film report.

Queens University, Belfast, Unionist Association has cut it's links with the UUP.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 8th May 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 41 secs
DVD Number:
D04140
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Glasgow four Loyalist charged with terrorist offences, amidst fears the UVF is re-arming. Film report names Glasgow men as Albery Baird, Brian Kearney, Donald Reid and Alan Salmon. In the studio B. Hutchinson (PUP) comments on speculation the UVF is updating it's arsenal, and reasons behind it.

In Dublin, a court has doubled the three year jail sentence on self-styled, Human Rights Campaigner, Vincent McKenna, who abused his daughter when she was four. His original conviction was in November 2000. Film report.

Omagh Bomb relatives met the Home Secretary in London today seeking reassurance their case is a government priority. However in Eire, John White (Garda Det. Sgt.) has claimed information he received days before the Omagh bomb wasn't passed on to the RUC by Garda Special Branch. Film report hears White is suspended from Garda on criminal charges, Garda call his remarks mischievous. Then in the studio, Jim Cusack (Irish Times) gives his assessment of the White allegations and the background to the case.

The Stormont Executive has set up partnership panels to decide how best to use the old army base given to them last week by the British Government. Film report from Ebrington Barracks site in Derry's Waterside, with Durkan (SDLP) and Trimble (UUP) comments.

In West Belfast, it's been revealed the family of Debbie McComb (15) killed by joy-riders in March are being terrorised by joy-riders. Film report with Jim McComb interview, then Jason Watson (victims group), then Margaret Weir, then Tommy Holland's (community worker) remarks.

In North Belfast overnight, there was more violence including pipe bomb attack, and petrol bombings. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 9th May 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 26 secs
DVD Number:
D04150
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At Stormont D. Trimble (UUP) has claimed the PIRA training of Colombian FARC guerrillas has led to the death of up to sixty civilians, last weekend. Film report on Stormont exchanges with J. Kelly (SF, MLA) and Barry McIlduff (SF). S. Close (Alliance, MLA) has criticised the recent MLA's pay rises.

At East Belfast's short strand overnight violence involved pipe bomb and petrol bomb attacks. Film report from Sinn Fein conference shows Loyalists throwing blast bombs, Joe O'Donnell (SF, Cllr) blames the UVF. Meanwhile at a PUP conference D.Ervine says Loyalists only defended their area from PIRA attacks. Sinn Fein also accuse the PSNI of brutality, beating Sean Devenny (Community Worker), his niece describes his serious injuries, then another community worker, Patsy Laverty comments on PSNI threats to her.

The Queen is due to visit Northern Ireland for three days, the family of Peter McBride, shot dead by Scottish Guards in September 1992 has written to the Queen asking her why the convicted killers, Privates Wright and Fisher were allowed to stay in the army. Film report covers views of Jean McBride and Mark Durkan (SDLP) supports the family case. Next report covers the expected two day tour of Northern Ireland by the Queen for her Golden Jubilee Celebrations and film clips shown of 1977 Silver Jubilee tour.

In Strabane, Eugene McMenamin (SDLP, MLA) has blamed dissident republicans for graffiti, threatening his life. Film report with E. McMenamin views, then Ivan Barr's (SF, Cllr) response.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 13th May 2002
Duration: minutes
14 mins
DVD Number:
D04150
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Life Sentence
Description:
Update on the lives of the Birmingham Six, now free men but who have not yet been compensated by the British Government.

From the BBC Web Site: "The men known as the Birmingham Six speak to Spotlight reporter Seamus Boyd about their lives since being released from prison 11 years ago, after spending 16 years behind bars for a crime they did not commit. They had been wrongly convicted of killing 21 people in the Birmingham pub bombings. One of the six, Hugh Callaghan, is now 72 years old and still has nightmares about prison beatings. "I would love an apology", he says. "Wouldn't it be great, after all we went through, to hear that the Home Office had apologised to the Birmingham Six?". The mens' fight for full compensation also continues. Paddy Hill says it will be scant reward for what has been lost."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 14th May 2002
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD Number:
D04150
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Queen visits the site of the Omagh bombing, on first day of her jubilee tour: Breaking news story following PSNI raids in Short Strand rioting has broken out in the area.

Back to Queens Omagh visit, film report begins at town's library were Queen met D. Pinto (Surgeon) and M. McGimpsey (Stormont Minister), B. McIlduff (SF) stayed away in protest, then walkabout outside to bomb blast site, which originally wasn't on the Queens schedule until M. Gallagher complained to the Northern Ireland Office. Later the Queen attended Cookstown Garden Party. Film report with M. Gallagher's comments on Northern Ireland Office decision, then Margaret Veitch, whose parents were killed in Enniskillen bomb, views followed by Rita Crawford who lost two relatives in the 1978 La Mon bombing, then D.Trimble (UUP) comments. Next report is from Duke of Edinburgh awards at Hillsborough, then from stormont which the Queen will visit later, John Kelly (SF, MLA) explains why they're not going,then G. Campbell (DUP) praises the Queens visit,then Ken Reid reports live from Stormont on the Queens purpose in coming to Stormont and who's going to attend the event. Next report covers the Queen's visit earlier to Co. Fermanagh, she visited a children's group in Ballinamallard, M. Kerr, a pupil comments, then Linda Beattie (teacher) views, then also Grace Trotter. The Duke visited Fisher engineering plant and opened the footbridge. Both then meet Senior Citizens during a walkabout, Ernie Fisher comments.

In West Belfast, Mary Johnston, a mother of ten has blamed the IRA for beating her son Paul in their home. Film report with Mary Johnston interview.

In Court news reports, Belfast man, Charles Pollocks trial begins, he's charged with murdering Norman Thompson (RUCR, Con.) in August 2000. Film report hears Pollock hit RUC man with car and said ''that'll harden him''.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 14th May 2002
Duration: minutes
19 mins 56 secs
DVD Number:
D04150
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Warrenpoint mystery today surrounds the discovery of two bodies, file report on security operation around bodies, with views of P. J. Bradley (SDLP MLA) and M. Carr (SDLP Councillor).

Shankill Road UFF leader has been released from prison. Film report on his welcome out by all of the UDA's six man inner council, with comments from UPRG's John White that Adair will be a force of good, then reaction from Alban Maginnis (SDLP, MLA) and A. Maskey (SF). At the Saville Inquiry victims relatives have walked out in protest at the RUC officers giving evidence from behind the scenes. Film report names officers, as David Edmunds (Retired), Samuel Ballantine and John Simpson, then Gerry Duddy gives the relatives reactions.

In Co.Down, a Roman Catholic Chapel at Ballygowan was damaged in an arson attack.

At the end of her two day visit, the Queen has left Northern Ireland, earlier at a service at St Anne's Cathedral, she met Falls Road priest Tom Toner (Msgr) and other churchmen. Film report covers Rev. J. Dunlops sermon, then report from outside where people jeered the various politicians attending. Dr Houston McKelvey (Church Dean) comments on the service, then Sean Brady (Roman Catholic Archbishop) comments, then N. Dodds (DUP), then M. Durkan (SDLP) views. Then the Queen visits the Balmoral Show. Film report with Kate Montgomery's (horse breeder) comments, then Philip Montgomery, the John Henderson's (cattle breeder) views. Then lastly the Queen held a garden party at Hillsborough for civil servants etc. Film report with Dr. A. Mitchell (National Trust) reaction, then Pat Jennings comments.

Ardoyne's Protestant residents went to Stormont today to save it's proposals for a realignment of the upper Ardoyne Road. Next report covers the violence in the Short Strand area yesterday following PSNI raids. Film clips of riots shown. Today Sinn Fein news conference blamed the PSNI actions, Peter Montgomery (Community Worker) describes PSNI men breaking his arm, then views of Jim Rodgers (UUP, Lord Mayor, Belfast) who defends the police actions.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 15th May 2002
Duration: minutes
19 mins 57 secs
DVD Number:
D04150
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Mystery still surrounds the identity of two bodies found at Warrenpoint. Film report with Father Charlie Byrne's comments on extensive injuries of men, then Gary Hagan's (PSNI Chief Inspector) comments, then Mick Murphy's (SF, MLA) comments then Danny Kennedy (UUP, MLA).

In the Short Strand area of East Belfast tension is high after another night of sectarian violence. Film report on Madrid Street clashes. Sinn Fein released pictures of Sean Devenny (East Belfast Chairman) beaten by the PSNI, they allege, at a news conference his sister Claire Flynn comments on his injuries, then G. Adams (SF) calls for dialogue to stop the trouble, then D. Ervine (PUP) gives his reaction to the violence.

The search for the body of Charles Armstrong who disappeared twenty years ago in South Armagh has been called off. Film report from Culloville with Sandra Peake's (WAVE) comments, then family friend, Monica McWilliams (MLA) appeals for more information.

In the courts a leading UDA man, James Speers (43) has heard DNA evidence on a cigarette butt linked him to the murder scene of Trevor Lowry last year.

In West Belfast, an anti-joy riders group has said a stolen car driven by joy-riders tried to kill them last night as they mounted a street protest. Film report with Molly Brammeld telling what happened.

In the Irish Republic, on the eve of their general election B. Ahern (FF Leader) said the Good Friday Agreement was his government's greatest achievement. Film report with B. Ahern interview, includes his views on getting loyalists behind the Good Friday Agreement. Also inlcudes Brian Cowen's (Foreign Minister) remarks on impersonation in the Republic. In the studio, Ken Reid comments on how he thinks Sinn Fein will do, at present they have one TD.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 16th May 2002
Duration: minutes
17 mins 9 secs
DVD Number:
D04150
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PSNI have confirmed a Lithuanian connection to the Warrenpoint double bodies find. Film report on three arrests in Newry with eye witness John Dowling's account, and reaction from M. Carr (SDLP councillor).

Mike Tong (Deputy Chief Cons., Merseyside Police) is to act as police overseer to the Omagh bomb inquiry.

In the Republic, electronic polling was used for the first time in three constituencies, overall polling was brisk. Film report on leading figures casting their votes.

In Newry, a Republican memorial to the Hunger strikers is due to be unveiled tomorrow despite the council saying it didn't give permission. Film report with reaction of William Frazier (FAIR), then D. Kennedy's (UUP) views followed by Charlie Casey's (SF, Cllr) views, then Ewan Morgan (Newry Hungerstrike Committee).

In Dublin's, Talbot Street, on the twenty eigth anniversary of the Dublin/Monaghan bombings by Loyalists, realtives gathered for a memorial service. B. Ahern laid a wreath, and Omagh victims joined the service, Pat Fay (Dubliner) recalls his father's death, then Frank Massey on his daughter, then M. Gallagher (Omagh Victims Group) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 17th May 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 40 secs
DVD Number:
D04160
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
South City Beat
Programme Title:
Part 1
Description:
Fly-on-the-wall documentary follows Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) officers on patrol in Belfast prior to the change in the name to the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI).
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 20th May 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04160
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
B. Ahern and Fianna Fail consider their options for coalition government, as they win eighty one seats in the Republics election. Film report on coalition options with the PD's or perhaps the independents and Ahern's comments, then Mary Harney's (PD) comments. Sinn Fein's win of five seats has delighted the party, while FG has lost over twenty seats and Michael Noonan (leader) has resigned. Dick Spring (Labour) lost his seat in Kerry. Then live from Dublin, political analysis from Ken Reid.

In Belfast, M.McGuinness (Education Minister, SF) has encouraged the public here to become involved in the eleven plus debate by filling in a questionnaire, but Unionists say it's rigged to get the right answers. Film report with McGuinness comments, then Sammy Wilson (DUP) views, then D. Kennedy's (UUP) reaction. M. McGuinness rejects their accusations.

Then former Northern Ireland Prime Minister, Major James Chichester-Clark has died. Film report on his time in power for two years, he brought in the British troops. Old film clips and an interview clip he gave on the subject.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 20th May 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 48 secs
DVD Number:
D04160
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Root and Branch
Description:
Reconstruction of the raid on the headquarters of the RUC's Special Branch, profiling the options around what really happened on 17 March 2002.

From the BBC Web Site: "The implications of the break-in at the police Special Branch office in Belfast in March are examined in this programme. Whoever managed to breach security at the Castlereagh police base on St Patrick's Day, they threw Special Branch into crisis as they made off with top secret documents. Reporter Kevin Magee says the episode raises serious questions about the competence of the Special Branch. The debate on the reform and future of the branch will be given new impetus in the coming weeks when the Stevens team reports on the murder of Belfast lawyer Pat Finucane."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 21st May 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04160
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
PSNI raids follow inquiries into building industry fraud, four people arrested, inquiry extends to Scotland and Wales. Film report targeted twelve commercial properties, police say no evidence of paramilitary involvement, Alan McQuillan (PSNI, Acc.) and Jane Kennedy (NIO Security Minister) comments. Then Tony Doran (Construction Industry Federation) welcomes the police action.

At the Saville Inquiry, an MI5 agent code named ''Infliction'' has requested screening and anonymity when he gives evidence allegedly M. McGuinness (SF) fired at paras on Bloody Sunday. Film report with reactions from Liam Wray (victim's relative). Peter Madden (family solicitor), John Kelly (Bloody Sunday Trust), then Des Doherty (Solicitor) and Greg McCartney (Solicitor) views on MI5 demands for the court room to be cleared.

Fire at Ormeau Road Cricket Club Pavillon.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 21st May 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 16 secs
DVD Number:
D04160
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, the Human Rights Commission has called for an inquiry into the INLA killing of Billy Wright (LVF leader) in the Maze prison, the family welcomes the statement.

At the Saville Inquiry into Bloody Sunday, Harry Dickson (former RUC Insp.) has rejected ideas that nail bombs were planted on the body of Gerry Donaghey (17) he says he saw nail bombs on the dead youth.

As the Police Association launched a challenge in the courts to the Ombudsman's critical report on the RUC handling of the Omagh Inquiry, two Senior police officers have broken ranks with the Association case, they are Alan McQuillan (Acc.) and Sam Kinkaid (Supt.). Film report reveals McQuillan is applying for PSNI Chief Constable job, for the relatives, M. Gallagher gives his reaction, he wants full open inquiry. Meanwhile it's been revealed, Lawrence Rush has been ejected from the Omagh Relatives Group. Report includes L. Rush's views on issues involved, then Geoffrey Wilson (group member)says he was ejected because of personality clashes.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 22nd May 2002
Duration: minutes
5 mins 7 secs
DVD Number:
D04160
Tape Number:
242
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Dispatches
Programme Title:
The Colombian Connection
Description:
Profile of the three Irishmen arrested in Colombia and the case against them.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Channel 4
Channel:
CH4
Date Broadcast:
Sun 26th May 2002
Duration: minutes
48 mins
DVD Number:
D04170
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
England



Series Title:
South City Beat
Programme Title:
Part 2
Description:
Camera accompanies RUC / PSNI officers on patrol in south Belfast.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 27th May 2002
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD Number:
D04170
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Two men are being questioned about the murder of a thirty nine year old man in a flat in Friendly Place, in the Markets district. Film report with eye witness account, then Alan Maines (PSNI, Supt.) remarks.

At the Saville Inquiry, it's been revealed the MI5 agent ''infliction'' remarks that M.McGuinness fired on the army on Bloody Sunday. Film report covers Saville's remarks and Peter Cush (M. McGuinness' Lawyer) remarks.

Two alleged joy-riders, Stephen Campbell (19) and sixteen year old student were charged with killing Kieran Conlon (21) in West Belfast. Film report also covers West Belfast vigil against joy-riders.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 27th May 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 23 secs
DVD Number:
D04170
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Cross and Sash
Description:
Examination of the internal Church of Ireland debate around the Orange Order's use of Drumcree church.

From the BBC Web Site: "This programme looks at the recurring crisis at Drumcree in County Armagh which has created a rift within the Church of Ireland about its relationship with the Orange Order. As reporter Vincent Kearney explains, the Order is not the only organisation to have been traumatised by the dispute - the Church has also been damaged. And there is a fierce debate amongst its members about what it should do. Some want the doors of Drumcree church to be closed on the Orange Order. Others say that would be unchristian, and a grave mistake. Many are concerned that the Church has become identified with a protest which has frequently been hijacked by loyalist paramilitaries and erupted into violence."
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 28th May 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04170
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Police begin murder inquiry in Warrenpoint as a man (35) dies in a bar room fight. Film report from Balmoral bar names man as Aiden Savage; Michael Carr's (local SDLP Councillor) comments.

Vandals at Carnmoney cemetery have destroyed the grave of Daniel McColgan, a Roman Catholic postal worker killed by Loyalists last January. Film report with Fr. Daniel Whytes reaction, then Tommy McTeague's (SDLP, Cllr) views.

John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) is to ask Tony Blair (Prime Minister) to meet the McBride family, to discuss why their son's killers Scottish Guardsmen, Fisher and Wright are still in the British Army. Film report from Ken Reid, with John Reid's comments, he was Armed Forces Minister at the time, then Jean McBride's views.

At Stormont, the North Belfast Committee Action Forum presented it's report after six months deliberations. Film report with Rev. John Dunlop's comments on what the area needs.

Meanwhile the Holy Cross P.S. Board of Governors, has rejected a plan to re-align the Ardoyne Road and build a brick wall. Film report with Elaine Burns views for the parents, then Fr. Aidan Troy's views.

The European Court of Human Rights have found the British Government guilty of violating the Human Rights of Derry man, Dermot McShane, six years ago. Film report.

In Lurgan, St Paul's Secondary School closes following an Arson Attack.

In a report, the Police Ombudsman Office has said the PSNI were correct to use plastic baton rounds in seven recent riot situations. Film report covers North Belfast disturbances with film clips and Nuala O'Loan's comments, then Ciara O'Reilly (Victims families group) says the British Army doesn't account to anyone.

Report from court case related to UDA/UVF feud shooting of Charlene Daly in August 2000.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 28th May 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 20 secs
DVD Number:
D04170
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Policing Board has been meeting today to select a new PSNI Chief Constable, the three candidates are Hugh Orde, Alan McQuillan and Chris Albiston. Film report names selection panel make-up, then live from Police Board Headquarters, press conference delayed.

A retired Canadian judge, Justice Peter Cory (76) has been appointed to examine the murders of Rosemary Nelson, Pat Finucane, Robert Hamill, Billy Wright and two RUC officers killed in 1988. He can decide if inquiries should be held in to the murders. Film report.

In Courts, three Fermanagh men have pleaded guilty to possessing a barrack buster mortar bomb in August 2000. Film report names men as John Swift (37), Sean Gilleece (?) and John Connolly (26).

In West Belfast, the funeral has taken place of Kieran Conlon (21) knocked down and killed by joy-riders at the weekend. Film report.

In South Belfast's Holyland area, a twenty year old man was beaten unconcious in an assault. Film report.

In Loyalist areas across Belfast, flags and bunting are being put up to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee. Film report with Frank McCoubrey (UPRG, Cllr) views, on the Ormeau Road however, Loyalist flags are raising tensions, Alex Maskey's (SF) comments, then report from Ballymena where Loyalist flags are everywhere, but not in the Fisherwick area, where tricolours have gone up, Billy McCaughey (PUP) comments, then Declan O'Loan's (SDLP, Cllr) views.

The North Belfast's Community Action Project Report on the needs of North Belfast's communities published yesterday has outlined it's schemes of removing sectarian tensions. Film report with reaction from Elaine Burns (Ardoyne Community Worker), then Mark Coulter (Glenbyrne Community Worker), then N. Dodds (DUP, MP) comments.

Next report is from Police Board Headquarters. No news as yet.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 29th May 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 57 secs
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Hugh Orde has been selected as the new PSNI Chief Constable. Film report, with Hugh Orde's reaction to the job ahead, then analysis from Brian Rowan (Security Journalist) on the Board's selection of an 'outsider' and his links to the Stevens Inquiry team report.

(10.30 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 29th May 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 5 secs
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Inspector of Constabulary backs Hugh Orde (new Chief Constable) after Unionists are critical of the appointment. Film report from Orde's press conference, then views of Fred Cobain (UUP) on the appointment, then Joe Byrne (SDLP) on the decision, in the afternoon J. Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) issued a statement as does Constabulory Inspector. I. Paisley Jnr. (DUP) views, questions Orde's abilities. Next report looks at who is Hugh Orde, his career is profiled to date , he was in Steven Lawrence Inquiry and in Stevens Inquiry Team, his report on collusion is due next month. He won't begin until October as Chief Constable. Chris Ryder (journalist) gives his views on how he thinks the PSNI will receive Orde as their boss and the appointment controversery.

The Financial Services Authority says it has stopped a Belfast Insurance Brokers from trading after allegations of money laundering. Film report on Northern Ireland Insurance Brokers Ltd.

In Courts, Anthony O'Rourke (39) of Stanfield Street, Belfast has denied murdering Michael Kearney in the Markets area this week. Film report.

J. Donaldson (Unionist MP) and Peter Weir (DUP) accompanied Willie Frazier (FAIR) to meet the PSNI Chief in Newry where they handed him forty names they say of known PIRA killers in the area over the last thirty years. Film report with FAIR's dossier with J. Donaldson's comments, then Peter Weir's (DUP) views, then Willie Frazier (FAIR) threatens to go to courts. Conor Murphy (SF) criticises the groups actions and aims in his remarks.

Next report previews the upcoming elections in Belfast of a Lord Mayor. Speculation mounts A. Maskey (SF) could win, if Alliance Councillors decide to back him. Alex Maskey (SF) comments on how he would behave if voted Lord Mayor.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th May 2002
Duration: minutes
14 mins 32 secs
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Twelve people were injured when a train derailed at Castlerock, Co. Antrim. Film report, with Ciaran Rogan's (Translink) comments.

In East Belfast, another night of sectarian violence around the Short Strand area saw five people shot and wounded. Film report hears views of protestant residents of Cuan Place, Shirley-Ann Ritchie on the violence, then on the other side of the peace wall, Roman Catholic resident, Margaret McDowell tells her story. Alan McQuillan (PSNI Acc.) comments.

(7.00 p.m., Bank Holiday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 4th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report on rioting in Short Strand area where twenty two people where injured, shots fired at PSNI, interviews with Protestant resident Paula Divers of Cuan Place, gunfire last night from both sides, the PSNI blame Republicans for shooting two Protestant youths. Eye witness to the shooting, Andrew Bowden comments. Then on the Roman Catholic side of the peace line, Deborah Devenney (Roman Catholic Community Worker) tells her story, then Margaret McDowell views. The PSNI say they hit a Loyalist gunman who fired at Short Strand. Alan McQuillan (PSNI, Acc.) blames UDA/UVF and IRA for the violence. G. Adams (SF) has called for violence to stop, he called for meeting with D. Ervine (PUP). Film report on Adams remarks about unacceptable violence, then D. Ervine (PUP) comments on Adam's remarks.

As Alliance Party met Jane Kennedy (NIO Security Minister) who told them PIRA ceasefire still intact, their leader D. Ford says they will still vote for A. Maskey (SF) as Belfast Lord Mayor. Film report

(10.00 p.m., Bank Holiday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 4th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 47 secs
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Fresh rioting has erupted in East Belfast's, Short Strand area, a funeral at the local St. Matthew's Chapel was attacked by Loyalist stone throwers, Loyalist woman hold a protest as Pauline Lorimer claims a Nationalist man punched her daughter, other altercations where at local doctor's surgery and the Post Office. Film reports with Leo O' Neill comments on the funeral attack on his mothers coffin, then women block Newtoawnards Road and individual accuse PSNI of only protecting Nationalists, Rev. M.Gibson (Presbyterian Minister) comments on Loyalist communities anger. Meanwhile he has demanded the government take action against Sinn Fein over claims the PIRA was involved in the violence. Film report from Stormont, where PUP met Sinn Fein, film clip of D. Trimble comments accusing Republicans, then comments of G. Adams (SF) denies PIRA involvement. D. Ervine (PUP) says Sinn Fein has assured him violence must stop. Trimble then comments after meeting with T. Blair in London on what he wants.

Meanwhile within the hour, Belfast is expected to get it's first Sinn Fein Lord Mayor, Alex Maskey is to be supported by Alliance despite Unionist opposition. Film report with David Allardice's (Alliance, Cllr) commetns, then live to City Hall for update live from Ken Reid on the Lord Mayor election and Trimbles's visit to London.

Former US President, opened a peace centre in Enniskillen, Jim Dickson, a survivor, protested at the event. He comments on his protest. Inside Bill Clinton said the current violence is the last gasp of an old order. M. Durkan (SDLP) commented on building the peace, M. Gildernew (SF, MP) then comments on peace process aims as she sees them.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 5th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
243
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of today's violence from Lower Newtownards Road violence, with S. Wilson's (DUP) comments on Loyalist anger about one sided policing, then D. Ervine (PUP) on his message to Loyalist paramilitaries, no first strike.

In Stormont, G. Adams (SF) says Republicans have no plans to create difficulties on interface areas. Then Trimble's comments from London.

Next report covers Loyalist attack on the funeral of Jean O'Neill (54) who died of cancer, her son, Leo gives his reaction. Donal McKeown (Roman Catholic Bishop) came to lend his support, at Community Centre, residents describe the attack.

Film report of Protestant women protest blocking the road, they allege Roman Catholics stopped them using the doctor's surgery and chemists.

Report from Enniskillen on the visit of former US President, Bill Clinton and his comments on the current violence, he also comments on the arrest of the Colombia three.

Then report from City Hall, where Alex Maskey (SF) has been elected Belfast's First Republican Lord Mayor, no Deputy Mayor elected as Unionists walk out, outside Nigel Dodds (DUP) gives his reaction.

(10.30 p.m.,)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 5th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 28 secs
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
The Irish Empire
Programme Title:
Part 1: Keeping the Faith
Description:
An examination of Irish emigrants roles in the USA, Canada, and Australia, and of the religious attitudes they took with them.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 6th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
55 mins
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Sammy Wilson (DUP) says the IRA's Castlereagh break in has cost the PSNI millions of pounds as seventy five officers have moved home.

In Armagh, two men have been arrested following police finding a suspicious object onboard a car.

Hospital waiting lists here are up.

Belfast's lower Newtownards Road closed this morning due to peaceful protest. Shots fired in overnight violence, at Broadway, in West Belfast, a pipe bomb exploded at the home of a seventy nine year old woman. Film report.

D. Trimble wants the Parades Commission replaced with a body which will focus on Human Rights and not public order issues. Film report from UUP's new party headquarters at Hollywood Road, with Trimble's comments.

Meanwhile a Unionist protest is due to begin outside Belfast's City Hall after A. Maskey (SF) was elected Lord Mayor. Film report begins with film clip of his election last night and his comments then, with the reaction of Chris McGimpsey (UUP) and N. Dodds (DUP).

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 6th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
5 mins 22 secs
DVD Number:
D04180
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Would You Believe
Programme Title:
Description:
A profile of a mixed marriage in County Kerry in 1979 and the strict attitude taken by the Roman Catholic Church.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 10th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
D04190
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
South City Beat
Programme Title:
Part 3
Description:
PSNI recruits at firearms training and on patrol in Belfast city centre.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 10th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04190
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Mark Fulton (leading LVF member) is found dead in prison cell, the Loyalist is suspected to have committed suicide. Film report reviews his terror career, he was number two to Billy Wright in LVF. Prison Service statement. Pastor Kenny Clinton (LVF go-between) comments on government lack of contact with LVF and Fulton's depression. Film clips of Fulton with Wright over the years, and his involvement in feuds with the UVF.

In Belfast Donegall Pass, South Belfast, the PSNI have claimed last night's rioting by loyalists was orchestrated. Film report with gun fire and comments of Gordon Reid (PSNI, Supt.), then Dawn Purvis (PUP) views, then Pat McCarthy (SDLP) comments.

In Newlodge area a Roman Catholic home was pipe bombed and shot at and in Bangor two classrooms in a Roman Catholic Primary School were set on fire, followed by a paintbomb attack on the local Roman Catholic Church. Film report with Ethna Barbour Mullens (St Colombus, Principal) reaction, then views of Fr. Jim Donaghy, then Sylvia Hermon's (UUP, MP).

In East Belfast, loyalists picketed a local doctors surgery, Roman Catholic patients catered for by doctors in Short Strand Community Hall. Film report with Joe O'Donnell's comments, in Loyalist Cuan Place Ellen Boyce comments on the new army peace wall. Meanwhile at Tower Street Technical College, Roman Catholic students threatened last week by loyalists are having their exams re-scheduled. Prof. Pat Murphy comments, then bus driver hit in the eye by loyalist ball bearing attack explains what happened.

In Courts, two men appeared on riot charges in Donegall Pass, they are Thomas Spence (26) and Ronnie Armstrong (39). Alex Maskey (SF) is to attend the Presbyterian General Assembly in Belfast as City's Lord Mayor. Film report with Dr Alastair Dunlop's (Presbyterian Moderator) comments, then Dr. Russell Birney's (in-coming moderator) views.

Tony Blair (Prime Minister) met G. Adams (SF) today in London, afterwards he denied PIRA involvement in street violence and said it was caused by a crisis in Unionism. Film report includes Richard Haas (US Envoy) appeal for Sinn Fein to join the Police Board and John Reid's (Northern Ireland Secretary) on peace process problems.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 10th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 41 secs
DVD Number:
D04190
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
The Irish Empire
Programme Title:
Part 2:
Description:
Profile of Irish emigration to England over the centuries. (First 20 minutes missing)
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 13th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
34 mins
DVD Number:
D04190
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Loyalist commission is in talks to end interface violence. Film report highlights the make-up of the commission, churchmen, paramilitaries etc. They hope to announce that Loyalist paramilitaries will adopt a 'no first strike' policy. Harold Miller (Church of Ireland Bishop) comments, then M. Durkan (SDLP) welcomes the moves, M. McLauglhin (SF) says they will respond positively, then D. Trimble (UUP) says he's to meet Adams on Monday about the Interface situation.

In the studio, Ken Reid gives his analysis of the Loyalist Commission's efforts and what does no first strike mean in practical terms. Violence however continued overnight. Film report profiles attack on Glenavey, Co. Anrtim, home of two Church of Ireland Ministers, Rev. Earl Storey comments, he had recently written a book called Traditional Routes about the Orange Order, less than an hour later, the Roman Catholic parochial home at St Peter' in Glenavey was also attacked with smoke bombs.

In North Belfast, a Protestant woman, Agnes Potts (35) home was attacked on the Hesketh Road, Ardoyne. Film report with Potts comments, she was part of Loyalist Committee involved in Holy Cross School protest, her husband was killed by INLA nine years ago, then Fred Cobain (UUP, MLA) reactions, then J. White (UPRG) (UDA) comments. Meanwhile on the Limestone Road, G. Kelly (SF) has obected to five CCTV camera's being erected at the Nationalist end without consultation.

Next report deals with paramilitary attack by Loyalists on a fifteen year old boy with baseball bats, Judith Gillespie (Chief, Supt.) comments on the Ards area attack.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 13th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 56 secs
DVD Number:
D04190
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Loyalist Commission details no first strike deal. Film report with reactions, and coverage of overnight peace lines clashes at Short Strand in East Belfast, with injured woman Sharon McMullan interviewed. Loyalist women issue video clip of what they allege was a Republican crowd attack on them. Loyalist Commission statement, then reaction from John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary), D. Trimble (UUP Leader) and David Ervine (PUP Leader), then Joe O' Donnell's (SF, Cllr) views.

In Jersey at an inter-island conference of UK areas, D. Trimble (UUP Leader) met Tony Blair (Prime Minister) about his current difficulties in Northern Ireland with J. Donaldson (MP) pressing Trimble to remove Sinn Fein from Stormont Government. Film report with Mark Durkan (SDLP) and M. McGuinness (SF) reactions, then Tony Blair (Prime Minister) comments on Belfast clashes, then B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) views. In Separate report J. Donaldson (UUP, MP) outlines why he wants Sinn Fein out of Executive, then in the studio Ken Reid (editor) gives his analysis of current UUP in fighting.

On Ormeau Road, a man has been stabbed and seriously hurt. Brief report.

In North Belfast, the UDA replaced it's area leadership with younger hardline personnel. Film report on bloodless change with Alan Murray's (journalist) analysis.

Meanwhile, Supt. Tom Haylett (Senior PSNI Officer) has blamed the UDA for nineteen attacks on Roman Catholics in Larne. Film report.

At the funeral of Mark Fulton (LVF leader) in Portadown, John Adair (UDA/UFF leader) has helped carry the coffin. Film report on non paramilitary style funeral. A report on the soon to be released Stevens III Inquiry into RUC collusion with Loyalists is believed to say the collusion 'bordered on institutionalised'. Film report on Guardian story with Alex Maskey (SF, MLA) views followed by Alex Attwood's (SDLP) opinion.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 14th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 11 secs
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
South City Beat
Programme Title:
Part 4
Description:
PSNI on patrol in Belfast's Markets district.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 17th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
28 mins
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
D. Trimble (UUP) and G. Adams (SF) today held emergency talks on the current situation. Film report with Trimble's views, then Adams' comments. Earlier, John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) said the government is not currently considering suspending the Executive. Meanwhile Mark Durkan (SDLP Leader) met Tony Blair today. Durkan gives his views on current situation then report comments on Trimble's UUP executive victory over J. Donaldson at the weekend. In the Next item Peter Robinson (DUP) comments on their court case in the House of Lords to have Durkan and Trimble's elections as First and Deputy First Ministers overthrown. In the studio, Ken Reid gives his analysis of today's events and Trimble's UUP executive victory at the weekend and current possible outcomes for each UUP faction.

Newtownabbey Council is to put security measures into Carnmoney cemetary after Loyalists destroyed Catholic graves. Film report with Maureen Corbett's (relative) comments, then Raymond McCord's views on attack on his son's grave. He sees it as a UVF vendetta. Paul Girvan (Mayor, Newtownabbey, DUP) comments

At Holy Cross School in Ardoyne, the Governors have suspended legal action to prevent a security wall on the Ardoyne Road. Film report with Fr. Aidan Troy's comments, then views of Mark Coulter (Loyalist Residents Group).

In Belfast's Shankill Festival, the organisers have withdrawn an invite to Alex Maskey (Belfast Lord Mayor) to attend. Film report with look at Shankill Radio Studio broadcast then comment from P. Brown (Festival Board Member) on Maskey's exclusion, then Dale Harrison' s views.

Ted Heath (former Prime Minister) says he'll testify to Saville Inquiry in London, not Derry. Film report on court hearing.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 17th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 12 secs
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
244
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
News report highlights allegations made to Panorama programme shown tomorrow, that Army/RUC where actively involved in targeting people to be killed by Loyalists paramilitaries. Reporter John Ware interviews killer Ken Barrett on RUC collusion in Pat Finanuce killing. Second DVD D04210 for BBC Panorama 'Licensed to Kill Parts 1 and 2'. Old film of Pat Finuance (November 1988) shown, and Michael Finuance comments, then John Steven's comments.

(9.00 pm, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC United Kingdom
Date Broadcast:
Tue 18th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 22 secs
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
This bulletin also highlights the Panorama allegations of RUC involvement in the Loyalist killing of Pat Finuance, John Ware (Reporter) comments, and clip of Ken Barrett (UFF) blaming RUC, is played. Then Michael Finuance gives his reaction to the RUC involvement.

In Newtownabbey a boy was hurt when his school bus was stoned. The Housing Executive has revealed fifty houses have been damaged since trouble erupted in East Belfast's Short Strand.

(10.30 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 18th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 14 secs
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Panorama:
Programme Title:
A Licence to Murder Part 1
Description:
John Ware investigates collusion between the security forces and Loyalist paramilitaries in the murder of Roman Catholics. Ken Barett, formerly a member of the UFF, admits killing Pat Finucane. MI5 and RUC roles discussed.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Wed 19th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
50 mins
DVD Number:
D04210
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
England
Original Transcript:
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Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Jeffrey Donaldson, UUP MP, and Martin McGuinness, Sinn Fein MP, debate Castlereagh, Colombia, and recent street violence.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 20th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Panorama:
Programme Title:
A Licence to Murder Part 2
Description:
John Ware profiles the security forces cover-up of their role in murders carried out by Loyalist paramilitaries.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 23rd Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
50 mins
DVD Number:
D04210
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
England
Original Transcript:
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Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Trimble looses his cool during interview about Unionist concerns over the Peace Process. Journalists comments on Trimble.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 27th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Colin Crampton (acting PSNI Chief Constable) said today the PIRA are still the main suspects in the Castlereagh RUC base break-in. Film reports covers his comments as he releases the yearly police report, and he also gives the PSNI's views on the recent street violence, and makes no comments on Panorama's collusion allegations.

D. Trimble (UUP) speaking after today's North-South Council meeting in Armagh has blamed paramilitaries for the current crisis in the peace process. Film report includes Trimble's statement and comments, then M. McGuinness (SF), then M. Durkan (SDLP), then B. Ahern's (Irish Prime Minister) views, then Ken Reid gives his analysis of today's talks and a future meeting next Thursday with the two Prime Ministers.

Belfast's Nationalist, Springfield Road residents are claiming the PSNI plan a curfew in the area tomorrow to allow an Orange Order Parade past. Film report with Frances McAuley (Springfield Residents Assoc.) comments on the police plans and the Orange Order's statement they haven't talked to the Springfield residents.

In the docks area, the police have seized a large haul of counterfeit goods. Film report from Duncrue Industrial Estate.

In Courts, Loyalists, John Hazlett (31), Darren Clark (21) were convicted for their part in the Loyalist feud shooting of Chalene Daly in September 2000, while Thomas Dunbar (37) the alleged gunman was acquitted.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 28th Jun 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 57 secs
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
South City Beat
Programme Title:
Part 5
Description:
Ronnie Flanagan, retiring Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), bids farewell to his officers.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 1st Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD Number:
D04220
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Alex Maskey (SF Belfast Lord Mayor) has honoured the Somme dead with a wreath laying at the cenotaph ahead of the official ceremony. Film report on the historic move from Sinn Fein, with A. Maskey's comments, and then a scornful reaction from Sammy Wilson (DUP).

As Belfast' Short Strand and Cuan Place area and Drumcree prepare for Orange Order Parades in the coming days, D. Trimble (UUP leader) has appealed for calm. Film report has interview with Liza McDowell (Protestant resident) who Cuan Place home was destroyed recently, then Maggie McDowell (Catholic resident) from Clandeboye Drive, recalls attacks on their homes, then Maurice Johston (Housing Executive) details the damage to home recently, then Joe O' Donnell (SF, Cllr) comments on tonight's Orange Order Parade in East Belfast followed by Reg Empey's (UUP) views, followed by Trimble's appeal.

The Police Ombudsman is to investigate the killing of Joseph Campbell (RUC, Sgt.) in Cushendall in 1977. Film report reviews the case against Charlie McCormick (Special Branch) convicted then acquitted on appeal, and the suspicions of RUC and Loyalist collusion involving Robin Jackson (Loyalist), with reaction from the Campbell family, then Alex Attwood (SDLP), then I. Paisley Jnr. (DUP).

In West Belfast's interface at Suffolk, Ruth Patterson (DUP, Cllr) has condemned an overnight attack on Loyalist homes by Nationalist youths. Film report with eye witness accounts and reaction from M. Browne (SF, Cllr).

In Rosslea, Co. Fermanagh, about fifty nationalist youths attacked the PSNI base. Film report with Sam Foster's (UUP, MLA) reaction to Sinn Fein youths alleged involvement, then M. Morrows (DUP, MLA) views, Gerry McHugh's (SF, MLA) comments, then T. Gallagher's (SDLP) comments.

At Carnmoney cemetary, in North Belfast, security is to be stepped up after another attack on Roman Catholic graves at the weekend. Film report on damage to thirty Roman Catholic graves by loyalists with comment from Brendan McGuigan (PSNI district commander), then Mark Langhammer's (Labour, Cllr) reaction.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 1st Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 35 secs
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) has met Loyalist leaders including J. Adair, Shoukri, J. White, Mo Courtney, in East Belfast. Film report hears the men were part of a Loyalist Commission delegation which also included politicians and churchmen. J. Reid comments warn Loyalists and Republicans against street violence. Frankie Gallagher (UPRG) gives his reply, in West Belfast, Gerry Adam's (SF) calls for an end to street violence from all sources.

At Westminister, the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has been listening to a report from the PSNI on how terrorist groups raise their finances. Film report with police figures for each group, and the comments of Roy Beggs (UUP, MP), then Michael Mates (Tory, MP) views.

The Parades Commission has again banned the Orange Order from marching up the Garaghy Road, after it's Drumcree Service. Film report with David Jones (Orange Order) reaction and then Brendan McKenna (resident's spokesman) replies, then Stephen White (PSNI, Acc.) outlines his hopes for Drumcree this year, then Brid Rodgers (SDLP, MLA) views, followed by Paul Berry's (DUP, MP) views.

At Carnmoney cemetary, thirty more Roman Catholic graves were attacked overnight.

In courts, three drug dealers caught at Royal Ascot pub in Carryduff were jailed, they were Liverpool's Damien Bruce, Belfast's Michael Wheeler (34) and Patrick ? (32) from the Market's area.

In Bushmill's, Co. Antrim a man escaped an attack by men armed with iron bars who burst into his house.

The Presbyterian Headquarters in Belfast is to intercede in a dispute in Cough. Co. Tyrone when the local minister banned orangemen from bringing flags and banners into his church.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 2nd Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 33 secs
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
245
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Unionist politicians and new PSNI police recruits are under death threats from dissident Republicans. Film report on Colin Cramphorn's (PSNI Chief Constable) remarks at the Policing Board meeting, then Ian Paisley Jnr blames PIRA for threats, but Conor Murphy (SF MLA) replies.

In London Tony Blair (Prime Minister) has meet D. Trimble (UUP Leader) and afterward threatened to take firm actions against Sinn Fein if Republican street violence didn't end. Film report with Trimble's 'take action' comments and his comment at 'Prime Ministers Question Time'.

In Larne, two Loyalists David Weeks and David McCann (20) where jailed for pipe bombing the home of Martin Wilson (SDLP Councillor) on 18th June 2001.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 3rd Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 4 secs
DVD Number:
D04220
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Tony Blair (Prime Minister) speaking after talks at Hillsborough with B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister), and pro GFA political parties, has said there is no acceptable level of violence, and that he will consider measures to bolster Unionist confidence in the peace process. Film report also includes comments from B. Ahern, D. Trimble (UUP), G. Adams (SF) and Mark Durkan (SDLP).

In Portadown, Orangemen has asked Tony Holland (Parades Commission Chairman) to accept their protest letter at Drumcree on Sunday. Film report with David Burrows (Orangeman) views.

(10.30 p.m.,)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 4th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 31 secs
DVD Number:
D04220
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
At Drumcree, twenty PSNI officers injured as trouble flares at Orange parade. Film report shows men in collarettes attacking police, and man injured by plastic bullet, then reaction from Stephen White (PSNI Acc), on the violence, then Paul Berry's (DUP MLA) views, then Tommy Gorman's (Journalist) reviews of how violence started.

(Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 7th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 37 secs
DVD Number:
D04200
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report on violence at Drumcree, twenty four PSNI officers hurt, film shows Orangemen in regalia fighting PSNI. Loyalist hit by plastic bullet shown on film. Then Stephen White's (PSNI Acc) comments, then Orange leader David Burrow's views on the trouble, then Alderman Arnold Hatch (UUP) and Reverend John Picketing views, then Nationalist resident Joe Duffy's comments.

In Derry City a nineteen year old man collapsed after an assault. Film report with Dawson Cotton's (PSNI Sergeant) comments.

(Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sun 7th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
6 mins 52 secs
DVD Number:
D04220
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Further coverage of the Orangemen attacking the PSNI lines at Drumcree, with different camera angles, Stephen White's (PSNI Acc) views again, then update from Mervyn Jess (Reporter), and interview with David Burrows (Orange District Master). Last night in North Belfast's, North Queen Street a Protestant man was struck by a car, PSNI are treating it as attempted murder. Film report.

(Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Sun 7th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
5 mins 40 secs
DVD Number:
D04220
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In aftermath of Drumcree riots yesterday, eight arrested, Orange Order says rioters will be expelled. Film report reviews yesterday's violence, D. Trimble visits Peter Salters (PSNI Sergeant) in hospital, in comments he critcises Orangemen, then B. Rodger's (SDLP) views, then George Patten's (Orange Leader) remarks, film clip shows David Cully struck by plastic bullet as he lifts rock, he appears in court with others. Voice of injured PSNI man says mob was out to kill an officer. Next Paul Berry (DUP, MLA) criticises Police operation yesterday while Dara O'Hagan (SF, MLA) calls for Orange rethink on Drumcree protest, then R. Eames (Church of Ireland, Primate).

In an interview, Stephen White (PSNI, Acc) gives his considered views on their operation at Drumcree and the assaults on his men, he replies to Orange criticism of him.

In Belfast, Sinn Fein has met the Parades Commission to highlight violence fears for 12th July Orange Parade past Ardoyne shops. Film report with review of last year's violence and views of Margaret McClenaghan (SF, Cllr), then Nelson McCausland's (DUP, Cllr) reaction.

In Newtownbutler, Co. Tyrone, Orangemen say they were verbally abused by Nationalist protestors. Film report.

In North Belfast, last night a car knocked down a Roman Catholic man, following the previous night's knocking down of a protestant man. Also the army have knocked over a Roman Catholic man, G. Kelly (SF) comments, then Eddie McClean's (Loyalist) views.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 8th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
14 mins 7 secs
DVD Number:
D04220
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
During a bomb alert in Agohill, County Antrim following Loyalist pipe bomb attack on Roman Catholic property, a local boy, Aaron Green (15) diverted by the alert was knocked down and killed by a car one hundred yards away. Film report with Kevin Hayes (PSNI, Insp.) comments, then Sean Farren's (SDLP) reaction. At a nearby Roman Catholic Church destroyed in an arson attack, Bishop Donal McKeown comments and in Ballymena, Harryvilles, Roman Catholic Church was also attacked with paint, Robert Coulter (UUP, MLA) comments.

In Belfast, the Orange Order has claimed Nationalists plan to attack their Parades tomorrow. Film report includes Sinn Fein' s attempt to halt Ardoyne and Springfield feeder parades by meeting Parades Commission. A. Attwood (SDLP) comments on Springfield Road situation, then G. Kelly (SF) views, then Dawson Baillie (Orange Chief) warns of expected Nationalist attacks, followed by N. Dodds (DUP, MP) reaction, then Alex Maskey (Belfast Lord Mayor, SF) appeals for calm. The Parades Commission meanwhile is to review it's decision on Parades in Co. Derry. Film report.

In Belfast, Unionists, have accused Nationalists of destroying CCTV cameras in East Belfast. Film report with Jim Rodgers (UUP, MLA) accusations, then Joe O'Donnell (SF, Cllr) replies. In West Belfast, St James area, Roman Catholic, M. Rafferty gives interview on escaping a loyalist kidnap attempt.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins
DVD Number:
D04220
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Ardoyne the PSNI have recovered spikes, metal rods and bottles ahead of tonight's return Orange parade. Film report on heavy security presence in the area, with Colin Taylor's (PSNI, Chief Insp.) comments. Coverage of Nationalist protest this morning as parade passed with criticism of police by Martin Morgan (SDLP, Cllr), then David Boultwood's (PSNI, Supt.) views, then G. Kelly (SF) ciritcises Alan McQuillan's (PSNI, Scc.) comments last night. On the Springfield Road, an Orange Parade passed off peacefully. Film report with Frances McAuley (Nationalist Resident's Spokeswoman) views. On the Ormeau Road Orangemen were re-routed, they handed in a letter of protest on the Ormeau Bridge. Film report. In Little Donegall Street, last night an incendiary bomb was defused last night. This morning main Belfast's parade started on time. Film report with Dawson Baillie and Rev. Martin Smyth (MP) comments on the bomb. Coverage of parade route through Belfast with film clips of flute bands flying Loyalist paramilitary flags. At the field, Noel Liggett (Ormeau Orange Leader) says he has right to walk all of Ormeau Road, then N. Dodds (DUP, MP) in his regalia, criticises Republican protests. Then coverage of speeches from John McCrea criticising Orangemen who attacked PSNI at Drumcree.

In Ballymena two hundred Nationalist protestors clashed with police at the Dunclug Estate.

In Co. Down, at Dundrum, Orangemen were disrupted by a bomb scare at their field, Graham Ritchie (Orangeman) explains what happened.

In Dollingtown, some Zulu warriors took part in the Orange parade. Film report. While Newtownhamilton was the venue for the County Armagh lodges, events here overshadowed by Drumcree last week, Denis Watson (County Master) warns Orangemen of being manipulated in his speech. George Patten also condemned the Drumcree violence. Stephen White (PSNI, Acc.) comments on Drumcree Violence last week, then David Burrows (district master) comments.

In Derry City, some parades were partially re-routed. Film remarks of William Wray (District Master) and film of parade in Coleraine to Showgrounds.

In Lisburn, Jeffrey Donaldson (UUP, MP) told the orangemen that the Good Friday Agreement was broken by terrorists. Film report on the parade re-route. Five thousand attended but field was water logged, Orangemen were unhappy with the Council's provision of a field in a farmyard. Jonathan Beattie (District Master) comments, then report from Coagh Parade in Co. Tyrone and from Kesh in Co. Fermanagh. Then report on heavy rain which has caused flooding in the Lower Ormeau Road area and part of the Shore Road.

In North Queen Street area the Protestant man, William Morgan, deliberately knocked down by a car has died. Film report.

Also in Belfast two men were stabbed in separate incidents. Film reports.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 12th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
19 mins 44 secs
DVD Number:
D04230
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PIRA has apologised for the deaths of all non-combatants killed or injured by it's actions. Film report shows film of Bloody Friday (1972) bombs, details of its statement given. Earlier Tony Blair (Prime Minister) had said there was still much to do to stabilise the peace process. Film report. Then analysis of statement from Ken Reid, then in the studio, Alex Maskey (Belfast Lord Mayor, SF) explains the statements importance as he sees it, followed by more analysis from Ken Reid on the government's views of the PIRA statement and Unionist reaction.

The relatives of those killed in the Omagh bombing will today meet the new team of detectives leading the bombing inquiry. Film report explores new events behind the new teams appointment following Ombudsman criticism. Michael Gallagher (Relatives Spokesman) comments on his hopes for the new team under Norman Baxter with no-one charged as yet.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 16th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 42 secs
DVD Number:
D04230
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Downpatrick's, Killough Road, the RIRA has admitted a bomb attack on a police car. Film report highlights previous RIRA attacks in the same area, with comments of Robert Robinson (PSNI, Chief Supt.). Then in the House of Commons, T. Blair (Prime Minister) gives his reaction, then comments of Eddie McGrady (SDLP, MP).

From Belfast's Laganside bus depot which replaced the Oxford Street bus station, Noel Thompson recalls six deaths on Bloody Friday and introduces political reaction to yesterday's IRA apology for civilian deaths, Bloody Friday film shown, then D. Trimble (UUP) views, Robert Eames (Church of Ireland, Archbishop) views, then G. Kelly (SF) analysis of IRA statement, then report interviews widow of Teebane victim, Jean Caldwell for her reaction. Film of January 1992 incident, then Cedric Blackbourne's (Karl Construction, Manager) views, also views of daughter, Grace Caldwell, then report on response from Enniskillen bomb victims on poppyday 1987, with views of Joan Wilson, who lost her daughter, then injured man Jim Dixon's comments, then Raymond Ferguson (UUP, Cllr). Next report talks to Rev. David Clements whose RUCR father was killed in 1985 for his views. Noel Thompson then profiles the horrors of 1972, the worst year of the Troubles with old film clips, four hundred and sixty seven people killed that year, it included Bloody Sunday, Aldershot bomb, Abercorn, one hundred killed in July 1972 including Claudy, Bloody Friday, Alan Jack (5) in Strabane, then Mark Simpson (Political Editor) explains the significance of the timing of the IRA statement, with M. McGuinness in the USA, and Blair (Prime Minister) expected ceasefire statement next week.

In Magherfelt, a four year old boy picked up a hoax bomb last night.

(6.30 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 17th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
5 mins 40 secs
DVD Number:
D04230
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Newcastle, County Down, two Roman Catholic priests survived a petrol bomb attack on their home this morning. Film report with account from Father Albert McNally, then Robert Robinson's (PSNI Chief Superintendent) views, followed by comments of E. McGrady (SDLP, MP).

In Belfast Ligonel area last night Loyalists attacked Roman Catholic homes with gunfire and petrol bombs. Report with householders, Michael Graham's account and Joanthan Graham, then political reaction from Eoin O' Broin (SF, Cllr), then anonymous eye-witness account on attack on his girlfriend's house. Victor Stitt (PSNI, Insp.) calls it unprovoked attack. One person arrested. A paramedic knocked unconcious by Loyalists was one of the first to arrive on the scene of the Shankill bomb in 1993. One hundred paramedics protested.

Today in Belfast, film clip shows Brian McKees 1993 interview on the Shankill attack, his colleague, Eddie Taylor comments on last night's incident, then Michael Hughes tells of the attack on his ambulance in the same incident. In other overnight sectarian attacks in North Belfast, a report hears Myrtle Bell of Cambral Street, detail the attack on her home and her neighbour's by Republican/ Nationalist youths and on the Deerpark Road, three Roman Catholic homes had their windows smashed, Pat Convery (SDLP, Cllr) says one of the families has been attacked seventeen times, then film clip shows earlier sectarian clashes at Ardoyne's Alliance Avenue with Margaret McClenaghan's (SF, Cllr) comments, then Nelson McCausland (DUP, Cllr) comments on attacks on Protestant homes in the nearby Glenbyrn Area later that day.

In Fermanagh, a Sinn Fein memorial to dead IRA men at Belleek is to be moved by Sinn Fein following Sinn Fein meetin relatives of two Protestant workmen who were killed nearby. Film report with Gerry McHugh's (SF, MLA) comments and Marina Hassord, for the families, then Tom Elliot's (UUP, Cllr) views.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 19th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 42 secs
DVD Number:
D04230
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Overnight in North Belfast, the Loyalist Red Hand Defenders (RHD) shot dead a young Roman Catholic man Gerard Lawlor (19) on the Whitewell Road. Film report begins by detailing other overnight gun attacks, at Glenbyrn a nineteen year old protestant was wounded and at Oldpark Road and Rosapenna Court, two Roman Catholic survived gun attacks. Then focus on killing of Gerard Lawlor with comments of his friends, then views of Roy Suitters (PSNI, Supt.) on catching the killers, then local Roman Catholic priest, Dan Whyte's views on Pat Convery's (SDLP, Cllr) comments.

Next report then features the shooting of a nineteen year old Protestant at Glenbyrn with G. Kelly (SF) denying any IRA involvement, then N. Dodds (DUP, MP) says paramilitary ceasefires are a mockery. Report then features the two murder attempts in the Oldpark Area. John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) makes an appeal for an end to the violence and retaliation, then Brian Rowan (Security Editor) says UDA responsible for Lawlor killing and two other shootings last night as well as the attacks on Roman Catholic homes at Ligonel. He says it's believed the INLA shot the Protestant youth in Glenbyrn.

In Portadown, a family escaped injury in a gun attack on their home.

(1.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 22nd Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 38 secs
DVD Number:
D04230
Tape Number:
256
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
UFF admits it killed Gerard Lawlor (19) at Whitewell last night, film report profiles Gerard, and his mother appeals for no retaliation. Fr. Dan Whyte recalls the murder scene. Angelo Eagleson (friend) comments on this and other local shootings of Danny McColgan and Gavin Brett. Roy Suitters (PSNI Supt.) gives the Police reaction on events in North Belfast last night.

Next report shows three armed UFF men read the statement admitting the Lawlor killing, then blame the Republicans for starting the recent trouble. Alex Maskey (Belfast Lord Mayor) has called a council meeting to discuss the recent sectarian violence and Rev. Winston Graham (Methodist Church President) has condemned the violence.

In an attack on a Roman Catholic home in Portadown by Loyalists, an eighteen year old girl was lucky to survive. A film report profiles the sequence of overnight attacks, beginning with shooting of Mark Blaney in Glenbyrn and comments of Mark Coulter (Community Worker), then attempted shootings at Salisbury Avenue and Oldpark Road, before a Roman Catholic was shot and wounded at Rosapenna Street. Eoin O'Broin (SF, Cllr) comments then report from attack on Roman Catholic home in Portadown with the father of houses comments. John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) warned against sectarian violence in his comments, while N. Dodds (DUP) wants firm action on the broken ceasefires, D. Trimble (UUP) also wants action, while G. Kelly (SF) blames the UDA for the Lawlor murder and other local murders, then B. Hutchinson (PUP) gives his reaction to the violence.

In East Belfast's Short Strand, a pipe bomb was hurled across the peace line into a Nationalist area. Film report has views of Joe O' Donnell (SF, Cllr), then Alan Murray (Security Journalist) gives his assessment of the serious overnight violence and the danger of escalation over the next few days.

In Derry, a siege at a house in Duncreggan Road has followed an armed robbery at a Shantallow Credit Union. Film report from scene.

Police in Newry have raided homes in inquires into VAT fraud.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 22nd Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 33 secs
DVD Number:
D04230
Tape Number:
256
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
A cross community vigil is to be held to remember Gerard Lawlor in North Belfast. Live report from Whitewell area, in an interview earlier, Michael Brett comments on the killers, one year after the UFF killed his son Gavin, then live Fr. Dan Whyte gives an interview on the Lawlor's family's reactions and their lack of bitterness and the reaction amongst the local Roman Catholic community to the killings.

Next report interview two men who survived gunmen this week. Jason O'Halloran was hit in Rosapena Court when ten shots were fired at him, he recalls what happens, then Ryan Corbett recalls surviving when the gun jammed.

Report next previews expected Tony Blair's statement tomorrow on excluding Sinn Fein from Executive with today G. Adam's comments after meeting John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) criticising Blair, then M. Durkan (SDLP) is critical of UUP rhetoric and hype, while Fred Cobain (UUP) warns Blair, the process is morally bankrupt.

In Crossgar a woman was slashed in a forced entry attack. Film report from Jo Davenport's house with interview.

In the courts, the 50/50 system of recruiting for the PSNI has been ruled lawful. Film report outlines Mark Parsons objections to the selection procedure with Judge Kerr's ruling. Also in the courts, four men were charged with yesterday's house seige in Derry, two men from Dublin, two from Derry. Film report.

Next report profiles sectarianism in North Belfast, following G. Lawlor's murder. Roman Catholic community worker describes the fear in the area, then Dr. Marie Smyth of 'The Cost of the Troubles' profiles the murder rate in North Belfast in it's fourteen interfaces.

(6.30 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 23rd Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 20 secs
DVD Number:
D04230
Tape Number:
256
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Blair says the government will monitor paramilitary ceasefires with more vigour in the future, but Unionists are very angry. Film report from Ken Reid in London hear Blair's comments in Parliament, then John Reid's comments on rigorous tests for ceasefires, outside J. Donaldson (UUP, MP) rejects the governments position. N. Dodds (DUP) criticises the lack of government action against Sinn Fein. E. McGrady (SDLP) says the UUP position is dangerous for the peace process. Next report profiles Reid's moves today, two hundred and fifty more security forces into North Belfast, review of police powers, targeting paramilitary cash, then F. Cobain (UUP) comments o nthe measures, then Alban Maginnis (SDLP) and N McCausland (DUP) reactions. Then Protestant teenager, Mark Blaney (19) shot by INLA in Glenbyrn gives a bedside interview on his shooting, he calls for an end to the violence and expresses sympathy to the Lawlor family. Film report then on last night's Whitewell Road vigil for Gerard Lawlor.

At Aldergrove, a CIRA bomb warning has delayed flights and in Co. Fermanagh the CIRA says it has detonated a bomb near the home of Lord Brookeborough. While in Lurgan an attempt was made to hijack the Dublin train. Film report with denials from John O'Dowd (SF, MLA). Then back in the studio, John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) denies his proposals today were timid and were just about buying the government more time for the peace process, he believes the government moves are strongly against paramilitarism. Then in the studio, Mitchell McLaughlin (SF, MLA) says Sinn Fein are disappointed governments didn't advocate positive advantage of political agreement, he gives figures for attacks on Roman Catholics by Loyalists and laments lack of Unionist concern. Then M. Durkan (SDLP) gives his reaction to the government approach, criticising crude political sanctions. In London, D. Trimble (UUP) is unsecure of exactly what J. Reid is going to do. He outlines what he wanted to hear and what his party will do now.

Other news includes Forklift truck death and shotgun attack on Antrim house.

In Derry Courts, house seige accused named as Patrick McCrossan from Derry, David Earls and Paul Dempsey form Dublin, and Dublin woman, Frances Sugg. Bail was rejected.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 24th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
20 mins 7 secs
DVD Number:
D04230
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Funeral of Gerard Lawlor (19) in Whitewell area of North Belfast. Film report hears Bishop Patrick Walsh condemn UVF killers 'dance of death', for rare sectarian hatred and killing for Gerard for being a Roman Catholic. Then comments of Fr. Gerry Cassidy. The ICTU has called for demonstrations against murder campaigns. Film report with Peter Bunting interview on his rally call to Belfast Council. Meanwhile Roy Suitters (PSNI, Supt.) makes an appeal for information from Loyalist areas, calling Gerard Lawlor totally innocent. Meanwhile the LVF admitted it was behind the gun attack on Joys Bar on the Old Park Road. Terry Spence (Police Federation Chairman) has criticised the remarks of Denis Bradley (Police Board Deputy Chairman) that the PSNI are not doing enough to catch Loyalist killers. Film report.

In London the Laws Lords have rejected the DUP challenge to the legitimacy of Durkan and Trimble positions as First and Deputy First Ministers. Film report on three Lord's decision with Peter Robinson (DUP) comments and statement from John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary). The UUP assembly party met it's leader, D. Trimble today and expressed their rejection of John Reid's statement on the PIRA yesterday. Film report and interview with D. Trimble. In Dublin G. Adams (SF) met B. Ahern in Dublin to discuss sectarianism afterwards Adams commented on Trimble's current position on Sinn Fein in Government. Tony Blair (Prime Minister) says it will act against Sinn Fein if it breaks it's ceasefire. Film report has Ken Reid ask questions of Blair on his Commons statement yesterday. He says there's no acceptable level of violence.

In Fermanagh, near the home of Lord Brookeborough, ATO's are examining the scene of a CIRA explosion. Film report with John Maxwell's (PSNI Chief Insp) comments, then reaction from Gerry McHugh (SF, MLA) and Sam Foster (UUP, MLA).

It's been revealed the families of the Omagh bomb victims are on course to raise the funds to sue five men they believe caused the blast. Film report.

Three men arrested in North Belfast's Westland estate near a loaded gun have been released without charge.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 25th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
18 mins 17 secs
DVD Number:
D04240
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Omagh bomb victims families have served writs on five men they suspect are behind the bomb attack. Film report first from home of Seamus Daly (30) in Monaghan, then at home of Seamus McKenna, then report from Portloaise prison were writs were served on Liam Campbell, Michael McKevitt and Colm Murphy. Families solicitor Davidaire Horsford comments on serving the prison writs, then victims spokesman M. Gallagher explains the families actions, then relative Stanley McComb gives an interview on why they are bringing a civil action, then Ian McMichael's views.

Belfast City Council has called on people to turn out next week and support a trade union protest against recent violence. Film report with Alex Maskey's (SF Lord Mayor) comments, and views of Ian Crozier (DUP Councillor) whose party opposed the Sinn Fein motion.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 26th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 2 secs
DVD Number:
D04240
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report on rioting in the Loyalist Sandy row area in South Belfast, with Bob Stoker's (UUP Councillor) comments blaming the PSNI mobile support unit on starting the trouble, then statement of Stephen Grange (Chief Supt.) and then Monica McWilliams (MLA) blames the UDA for the violence.

In Courts, Martin Douglas arrested during the riots, twice after being released was again given bail today.

Next report interviews foreign backpackers staying at the local hostel for their reaction to the violence.

It's been revealed by the PSNI, that at the weekend, a new recruit had to flee his Newry home following threats. Film report on dissident Republican threats with comments of Eddie McGrady (SDLP) and views of G. Adams (SF), then comments of William Hay (DUP, MLA), then Denis Bradley (Police Board Vice Chairman).

Last night in Glengormley, one thousand people took part in a memorial for Gavin Brett (17) a Protestant killed by the UDA because they thought he was a Catholic. Film report with Fr. Dan Whyte comemnts to the crowd. Then Michael Brett comments condemning violence, then M. Durkan comments on paramilitary violence and sectarianism, followed by Peter Bunting (ICTU) views. At Stormont the Peter Robinson (DUP) says Ministers will leave Stormont if UUP do so as a protest to the government's lack of action against Sinn Fein. Film report with Robinson interview. In Downpatrick, a loyalist band parade has been banned from entering the town, and a loyalist parade has been banned from entering Newtownbutler's main street on Sunday.

Next report profiles Rod Stewart concert at Stormont on Saturday night, it was designed to create a feel good factor in the city.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 29th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 30 secs
DVD Number:
D04240
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
The Maze Prison
Description:
The history of the transformation of Long Kesh Prison into the Maze Prison highlighting Maze escape, dirty protest, hunger strike; with contributions from former prisoners. M.Stone, M.Snodden, R.McCartney, J.McMullan, and Prison Officers, are interviewed.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Sky
Channel:
Sky History
Date Broadcast:
Tue 30th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD Number:
D04240
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then as the European Court of Human Rights rules against the government policy here of taking away prisoners' remission, ten prisoners in Northern Ireland jails have been freed. Film report.

Sinn Fein has hit out at Unionist Politicians 'deafening silence' at the comment in the UVF's magazine Combat, that it is re-arming it's 'c' company. Film report with Eoin O'Broin (SF, Cllr) comments, then Billy Hutchinson (PUP) reply. Itís also been revealed today the ICTU met representatives of the UDA to discuss it's anti-sectarianism rally. Film report with Davy Mahood's (UPRG) criticism of the ICTU call, the Peter Bunting's (ICTU) reply.

In London the DUP met T. Blair about threat to Unionist politicians, today John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) said a previous warning to Unionists about Republican threats had been wrong. Film report with John Reid remarks, then I. Paisley Snr comments on increased violence.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 30th Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
6 mins 28 secs
DVD Number:
D04240
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report on bomb hoaxes and threats to North Belfast Social Services staff. Then report from Stormont, where Des Browne (NIO Minister) held talks with MLA's about interface sectarian attacks, DUP didn't attend. A. Attwood (SDLP) comemnts, then G. Kelly (SF) views, then M. McWilliams (Womans Coalition) comments and Fred Cobain's (UUP) reaction.

Father of Billy Wright (LVF Chief) has met J.Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) on theh proposed Cory Inquiry into his son's death in the Maze in December 1997.

In Co. Meath, an integrated school has been involved in a row with the Roman Catholic Church and the Headmaster fired. Film report with Tomas O' Dulaing interview and Christy O'Sullivan (board member) comments, then Mike Dungan (Parent).

Today is the thirtieth anniversary of the Claudy bombing in which nine people died. Film report with Profile of Billy and Merle Aitkens's loss that day of their daughter, Catherine, they were later awarded £58,000 compensation for her death.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 31st Jul 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 4 secs
DVD Number:
D04240
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A dissident Republican bomb has killed a Protestant civilian worker David Caldwell (51) at the TA army base. Film report from Derry's Limavady Road base with his partner Mavis McFaul's reaction, an appeal for no retaliation and an end to killings, then reaction of his minister Reverend James Gray, then political reaction from G. Campbell (DUP) and M. Durkan (SDLP), and M. McGuinness (SF). Sam Kinkaid (senior PSNI officer Acc), has blamed dissident Republicans for the attack in his interview he appeals for witnesses, then Des Browne (Northern Ireland Office minister) condemns the killing. In Belfast John White (UPRG) has said its inevitable someone else will lose their life, then in the studio Alan Murray (Security Journalist) comments on this attack, the first dissident republican killing since the Omagh bomb in 1998.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 1st Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 54 secs
DVD Number:
D04240
Tape Number:
246
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of killing of civilian building worker David Caldwell (51) at Derry's TA base, with his partner Mavis McFaul's comments, then political reaction from G. Campbell (DUP), M Durkan (SDLP) and M. McGuinness (SF). Then follows a longer interview with Mavis McFaul, David Caldwell's partner, she condemns the killers and describes her partner's qualities. Police searches and three people arrested, then report reviews the previous dissident Republican attacks on army bases in Derry area, and interview Sam Kinkaid (PSNI Acc) on the dissident Republican threat in the Derry area. Then Des Browne (Northern Ireland Office Victim's Minister) gives his reaction in an interview.

(6.30 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 1st Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 27 secs
DVD Number:
D04240
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report from Peace rally at Belfast City Hall, with voxpop of people in the crowd as to why they attended, only DUP didnít attend, Nelson McCausland (DUP Councillor) called it a Sinn Fein propaganda stunt. Those attending the rally were told of the dying words of David Caldwell, killed by RIRA bomb in Derry, by Bob Gourley (ICTU), then Rev. James Gray comments on the feelings of shock in the Caldwell home to his murder.

On Belfast's Shore Road, a one hundred and three year old Presbyterian Church at Whitehouse has been attacked by arsonists. Film report on the sectarian attack, with Minister, Rev. Liz Hughes and Church elder, Alf McCleary's comments.

(10.30 p.m.,)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 2nd Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 46 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Discovery - Ireland in the 1960s:
Programme Title:
Part 1: Writing To Pictures
Description:
Series celebrating 40 years of RTE broadcasting; looking back at aspects of Irish Life.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 4th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
D04260
Tape Number:
248
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Derry murdered Protestant civilian worker David Caldwell (51) was buried. Film report from Presbyterian Church hears Reverend James Gray plead for no Loyalist retaliation.

In North Belfast's Clifton Park Avenue a sixteen old Roman Catholic youth was beaten by a Loyalist gang in a sectarian attack. Film report.

In Limavady a twenty five year old man was attacked.

(6.00 p.m., Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sun 4th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins 23 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of funeral of David Caldwell, with comments of Reverend James Gray. Derry postal workers went on strike after a Loyalist threat to one of their colleagues.

(9.00 p.m., Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 4th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
1 mins 42 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
Discovery - Ireland in the 1960s:
Programme Title:
Part 2: Ladies and Gentlemen
Description:
Series celebrating 40 years of RTE broadcasting; looking back at aspects of Irish Life.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 5th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
D04260
Tape Number:
248
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
Discovery - Ireland in the 1960s:
Programme Title:
Part 3: On the Road
Description:
Series celebrating 40 years of RTE broadcasting; looking back at aspects of Irish Life.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Wed 7th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
D04260
Tape Number:
248
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then in Derry the PSNI have arrested a man in Sion Mills in their inquiry into the death of civilian worker David Caldwell, five others arrested have since been released.

Overnight in North Belfast, there were continued sectarian attack on Catholic homes. Film reports from Ardoyne and Oldpark Road areas, include pipebomb and petrol bomb attack in Ardoyne with woman's account of attacks. Shots also fired from Loyalist Glenbyrn, then report from Oldpark area on five homes attacked, interview with man whose home has been attacked eighteen times, then another family attacked eight times, then Martin Morgan (SDLP, Cllr) comments, then N. McCausland (DUP) blames Sinn Fein and Gerry Kelly's design of a Unionist free North Belfast, then G. Adams (SF) replies to McCausland views.

A report published today from Dr. Ramon Kapur (Psychologist) comments on the high degree of mental health problems in North Belfast due to troubles and their collective effects on people's minds and puts forward a plan to heal people's minds, a talking therapy.

In Portrush and Portstewart the Council wants more police activity following an attack on a Roman Catholic youth, Chris Whitson (20) by Loyalists which has left him seriously hurt. Film report includes reaction of Christine Alexander (Independent, Cllr), then John Dallat's (SDLP, MLA) views, then Olive Church's (Coleraine Mayor) remarks.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 7th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 25 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
G. Kelly (SF) has met Reverend M. Gibson (Loyalist Commission Chairman). Film report previews the commission's make-up, then report on Monday's meeting and its implications and reactions.

John Whyte (UPRG spokesman) has spoken about the gun attack by the UDA on the son of Johnny Adair. Film report on the punishment shooting of Jonathan and possible implications, Alan Murray (Security Journalist) comments.

There is a security alert around a suspicious device on the Grovenor Road in Belfast, brief report.

Then in Courts, Newtownabbey man Lawrence Wray has been charged with possession of £250,000 in counterfeit notes. Film report.

The PSNI have appealed for information about a party of people from Brougshane who were in Kelly's night club at Portstewart the night Roman Catholic, Chris Whitson was severely beaten. Film report.

In Belfast, the Parades Commission is to review it's decision to allow a Loyalist feeder parade past the Ardoyne shops following a request from Sinn Fein. Fim report with Eoin O'Broin (SF, Cllr) comments, then Nelson McCausland's (DUP, Cllr) reaction.

In Derry, Alastair Simpson (Apprentice Boys, Head) says he believes their parade will pass peacefully. Film report on their Maiden City Festival contents and interviews with Brendan Duddy (City City Initiative Spokesman), then A. Simpson (Apprentice Boys, Leader) and Annie Courtney's (SDLP, Cllr) views.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 8th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 20 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Discovery - Ireland in the 1960s:
Programme Title:
Part 4: Town and Country
Description:
Series celebrating 40 years of RTE broadcasting; looking back at aspects of Irish Life.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Fri 9th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
D04260
Tape Number:
248
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Tensions are high in Ardoyne, before tomorrow's Apprentice Boys parade, film report covers overnight sectarian attack on Roman Catholic homes in North Belfast, family escape petrol bomb attack in Alliance road, householder's eye-witness account. In Nationalist Ardoyne, a Fleadh Cheoil has been taking place but tensions are high as last night the Parades Commission allowed the Apprentice Boys Feeder Parade to pass Nationalist Ardoyne. Tommy Cheevers (Apprentice Boys Spokesman) comments, then reaction from Margaret McClenaghan (SF).

In Derry's Fountain Estate, the Loyalist bonfire was set alight by Nationalist youths at 5.00am. Film report with account from Alex McClements (Fountain resident), then reaction of William Hay DUP, MLA) and Lynn Fleming (SF, Cllr), then A. Simpson (Apprentice Boys Leader) comments followed by Peter Sheridan (PSNI, Supt.) views.

A man from Ballymena, and one from Broughshane have been arrested in connection with the sectarian attack on Belfast Roman Catholic Chris Whitson at Kellys Club in Portrush.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 9th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 33 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Discovery - Ireland in the 1960s:
Programme Title:
Part 5: Heart of Dublin
Description:
Series celebrating 40 years of RTE broadcasting; looking back at aspects of Irish Life.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 11th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD Number:
D04260
Tape Number:
248
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in London, Thomas Breen (50) has been stabbed in a London pub. Film report on the Downpatrick's mans death in Camden Town with Pat Logue's (bar worker) comments, then in Downpatrick local priest, Canon Brendan Murray comments, followed by Allan Aubeelacks (London Police Officer) comments.

In Portadown a man has been injured in a stabbing incident at Tesco Car Park.

Over the weekend the blame game has begun over the outbreak of sectarian violence in Belfast after the Apprentice Boys March. Film report begins in East Belfast's Short Strand interface area where Roman Catholic homes were pipe bombed, a Catholic resident's comments, then Protestant resident views on other side of the fence, then Joe O' Donnell (SF, Cllr) comments on security presence in the Short Strand.

Meanwhile in Colombia, the Prosecutor General has claimed the Colombia Three were testing PIRA weapons there. Film report on recent FARC attacks in Colombia and the views of Luis Camilo Osorio (Prosecutor General), with reaction from M. McLaughlin (SF) and then Reg Empey (UUP) views.

(6.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 12th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 26 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then the brother of Protestant man David McDowell beaten to death in a sectarian attack in Belfast's Lenark Way last year has appealed for information on his killers. Film report on his 16th August 2001killing with his brother Samuel's comments, then Philip Wright's (PSNI, Det. Insp) views.

In Ballymena, a local Spar store was destroyed in a malicious fire.

In courts, three men have been charged with rioting after the Drumcree Service on July 7th last, they are Jason Hill (20), David Gibson (29) and Steven Hare (26), all three

were remanded in custody.

In Kilkeel, an A.O.H. parade was delayed by a hoax at the public toilets. Film report on contenious parade, where return journey parade was banned and comments from Martin Connelly (Nationalist Spokesman), then Martin Cunninghan's (SF) views. Next report is from North Belfast were Darren Templeton (Reporter) goes on patrol with a PSNI Squad called 'the Blacks' who are trying to keep the peace on the interfaces. Begins with briefing from Alan Jones (Sgt.), then David Boultwood (Supt.) interview, PSNI monitor room at Antrim Road. PSNI base profiled with statistics of recent riots given. Film clip of Blacks arresting youths with cannibas, then film of stoning of jeeps and car chase.

On the fourth anniversary of the Omagh bombing, a memorial ceremony was held in Omagh. Film report from Omagh memorial garden with interview with Michael Gallagher, Des Browne (NIO Minister) and Senior PSNI men attended, then Stanley McCoombe (Spokesman) views on the relatives search for justice.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 15th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 18 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then in the Ardoyne area, shots were fired as trouble flared at the interface at Glenbyrn. Film report with Glenbyrn resident, Catherine Mongomery alleging the Catholics started the trouble and fired the shots, then Margaret McClenaghan's (SF, Cllr) views.

At the funeral of the student, Chris Whitson (20) killed at Kelly's nightclub in Portrush, Fr. Sean Emerson appealed for end to violence in society. Film report .

Michael Copeland (Deputy Mayor, Castlereagh), says he can't condemn loyalist violence in East Belfast last night. Film report with Sein Fein showing video of Loyalist attacks, then Copeland's remarks, then M. McLaughlin's (SF) reaction, to the PSNI behaviour, then Trevor Ringland (UUP) and Joe O' Donnell (Sf, Cllr) comments.

In Larne, a prison officer escaped injury when a shot was fired at his home and in Whitehead, a Roman Catholic primary school was damaged in an arson attack. Film report on both stories, with reaction of Roy Beggs Jnr (UUP, MLA) and Sean Neeson (Alliance, MLA).

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 16th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 7 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Ardoyne last night and this afternoon serious trouble has broken out. Film report from Ardoyne this afternoon, Loyalists say blast bomb and shots fired at them and two men were injured. Firemen had to flee the scene as they were attacked by bombs, Jim Barbour (Fireman) comments, then Catherine Montgomery (Loyalist spokeswoman) gives her views on what happened, then Margaret McClenaghan (SF, Cllr) alleges Loyalists started the trouble, then Davy Mahood (UPRG) views.

Next story covers the resignation of Celtic's Neil Lennon from International football following a loyalist death threat. Film report with Lennon interview on his decision, then reactions from Northern Ireland Manager, Sammy McIlroy, the LVF denies making the threat. Then further reaction from Eamon McCarton (Sports Council), then Celtic supporters in Beflast's bar views, then political reaction from B. Hutchinson's (PUP), then J. White (UPRG), Mark Durkan (SDLP), followed by a studio interview with Jim Boyce (IFA) on last night's non appearance of Lennon at the Northern Ireland match.

Today Colin Cramphorn (acting Chief Cons.) addressed thte Police Board about the effects on the PSNI of recent street troubles. Film report includes film clips of rioting. Cramphorn's claims and reaction from Desmond Rea (Police Board Chairman) and political reaction from Sammy Wilson (DUP, MLA). Meanwhile the Ambulance Service has claimed lives were put at risk during the rioting in East Belfast last night. Film report on overnight loyalist rioting with the police with Terry Gorman (ambulance man) views, then Linda Shannon (Translink), then Joe O' Donnell (SF), then Reg Empey (UUP), comments. Other news on violence.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 22nd Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
18 mins 49 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Age Of Terror
Description:
An investigation into the global use of terrorism as political weapon in Israel, Malaya, Algeria, South Africa, and Ireland.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Sky
Channel:
Sky Discovery
Date Broadcast:
Wed 28th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
45 mins
DVD Number:
D04270
Tape Number:
248
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Trouble flares at East Belfast Short Strand interface as UUP leader arrives on the Protestant side to ask for CCTV to be installed. Film report with Trimble comments on why he couldnít visit the Short Strand area, then the reaction of Joe O'Donnell (SF, Cllr) on the Trimble snub, after meeting C. Cramphorn (PSNI Chief Cons), Trimble further blamed leading republicans for organising the Trouble.

Meanwhile within the UUP, Trimble is facing the possibility of a Party Council meeting being called next month. Film report and analysis from Ken Reid on the internal UUP unease. David Burnside (UUP, MP) comments on what he wants done, then I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) gives his views on the UUP, then M. McLaughlin (SF) views onTrimble's dissident unionists, while Donovan McClelland (SDLP) says he believes most Unionists support the Good Friday Agreement, then Ken Reid analysis of the fight ahead for Trimble.

In Belfast Courts, Christopher Boyle (41) has been charged with attempted murder of eight people in Cooke Street, Ormeau Road. Film report on 7th July incident. Also in the Courts, Graham Proctor (33) gots four years for an arson attack on St Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Glengormley. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 28th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 31 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Traffic chaos hit Belfast today for six hours as a hijacked bread van was left on the Westlink. Film report.

A date has been set within the UUP for the next UUC meeting, itís to be September 21st and once again Trimble will face opposition from his internal party dissidents on staying in the Executive with Sinn Fein. Film report from Mark Davenport on the possible outcomes of the meeting, with James Cooper's (chairman) remarks.

In North Belfast, £10,000 worth of damages has been done to Castle High School, in the same week arsonists set fire to a nearby Roman Catholic school. Film report with Bill McGaffins (Principal) comments, then Robin Eames (Church of Ireland Primate) has said someone will die if interface violence continues. Overnight saw less violence and today was also quiet due to a massive police and army presence. Film report with comments of Sammy Wilson (DUP, MLA) and then Robin Eames appeal, then Joe O'Donnell's (SF, Cllr) reaction

In Belfast, Antrim Road area, last night a pipe bomb was thrown at a Catholic home. Film report. Earlier the home of a Roman Catholic family at Ardoyne's Alliance Avenue was petrol bombed, the second attack in a week, the householder describes the attack.

In courts, Mark Harbinson from Stoney Ford has been refused bail on riot charges related to the clashes at Drumcree in July.

In Derry, Lord Saville (Bloody Sunday Chairman) has said he wants more evidence from IRA members. Film report with Jim Wray (victims brother) comments that he feels both OIRA and PIRA have made a remarkable response.

(6.30 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 30th Aug 2002
Duration: minutes
14 mins 21 secs
DVD Number:
D04250
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
First report is from Belfast's Fountain Lane, where ram raiders drove a car into a city centre shop, it's the fourth time it has been attacked in recent weeks, thieves stole £1,500 of goods but caused a lot of damage, David McVeigh (manager) comments, then Ian Blayney's (PSNI Insp.) views, then John Moore (Belfast, Chamber of Commerce) views, then City Centre shoppers give their views on City Centre crime, followed by Joanne Jennings (City Centre Manager).

In Antrim, a Roman Catholic youth, Michael Craig was attacked by youths with a hackett, a juvneile appeared in court today. Film report.

Dissident Republicans are being blamed for a gun attack on the PSNI in Downpatrick this morning. Film report from Model Farm estate with comment of Michele Larmour (PSNI Insp.) includes review of series of recent attacks and reaction from E. McGrady (SDLP, MP).

In Johannesburg, D. Trimble met the Vice President of Colombia about the activities of the Colombia Three and their alleged contacts with FARC rebels, Trimble gave no details.

Last night a punishment shooting in Belfast's Woodvale area was the two hundredth and thirty fouth such attack this year. Film report examines the costs of fixing up these victims of street justice. Delia Van Der Landen (South Health Council) comments on the figures.

In a museum at Dundalk a jacket believed owrn by King William III at the Battle of the Boyne has gone on exhibit. Film report with Brian Walsh's (Curator) comments and views of Noel Ross (local historian).

(6.30 p.m., )
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 3rd Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
15 mins
DVD Number:
D04270
Tape Number:
247A
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report on beginning of campaign to recruit independent members of the District Policing Boards began today, but Sinn Fein says it won't participate until all the Patten recommendations on policing are implemented. Film report on geography of District Policing Boards across Northern Ireland and their local roles, Sir Desmond Rea (Police Board, Chairman) comments, then G. Kelly (SF, MLA) comments, then Hugh Orde (Chief Cons.) has offered to meet Michelle Gildernew (SF, MLA) over Loyalist threats against her but she's refused. Film report with Gildernew's comments then Hugh Orde's views.

A Lithuanian man aged nineteen has been in court in Newry charged with killing two of his fellow country men. Film report on May 15th 2002 murders.

Changes in the new electoral register here are worrying local political parties who fear register will baffle voters. Film report on new forms and covering laws with Alastair Patterson's (UUP Official) comments, then Jane Morrice's (Womans Coalition) views, then Denis Stanley's (Chief Electoral Officer) comments.

Eamon O' Cuir (Eire Minister, Gaeltacht) a grandson of Eamon DeValera visited the Ulster Scots Agency at Stormont today and is filmed beating a lambeg drum. Film report with Michael McGimpsey's (Arts Minister, Northern Ireland) comments, then Eamon O'Cuir opinions, then Lord Laird (Ulster Scots Agency) and Rev John Nelson on modern Ulster Scots dialect.

(6.30 p.m., Friday )
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 6th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
15 mins
DVD Number:
D04270
Tape Number:
247A
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
It's the first anniversary of the airplane attacks in the New York, Washington areas, now called 9/11. Bulletin looks at the effects on Northern Ireland people, first from Belfast's City Hall, firemen observe one minute silence at local fire stations, A Maskey (SF, Belfast Lord Mayor) and Barbara Stevenson (US Consulate) lead an act of remembrance, among the crowd, relatives of Co. Tyrone's Sean Canavan, a casualty in New York, his cousin Niall Kilpatrick comments, then B. Stevenson (US Consulate) comments on the Irish-American ties, values, culture and history. Film clip then shows one minute silence being honoured in Derry and Enniskillen, where Mary McAleese (Irish President) comments. Seven from Republic died in the attacks. In Dublin, B. Ahern attended event in the US embassey. Next report then interviews local people who were in New York during the attacks, begins with John Ritchie form Ards, then Roger Smyth (Belfast paramedic). Film clip of the devastation shown, then Rev. Ken Newell who was in commuter belt of New York, then Arthur O'Hara (local psychiatrist) comments on going to console local bereaved. Next report interviews Joyce Ferder (US Journalist) in Co. Antrim on her feelings today and her views on the American response to date, then in Belfast, Henry Fisher (US Army, Chaplain) recalls his feelings and thoughts today a year later and comments on possible war on Iraq and the feelings of US soldiers in Afghanistan.

In part two other local news stories begin with report on Tony Blair meeting Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief Cons.) in London. Film report with Blair and Orde's remarks on the peace process. Mark Durkan (SDLP) says Blair promised further policing legislation.

At Stormont last night D. Trimble (UUP) met G. Adams (SF), although no comment was made it's believed they discussed the idea of an Independent Ceasefire Monitor. M. Davenport (Political Editor) reviews the monitor idea and parties views on it.

At Belfast Deerpark Road, the home of a Trade Unionist was attacked with bricks. Film report hears Trade Unionist say he was attacked because he is a Protestant. PSNI are questioning a teenager about the weekend murder of Ian Flanagan in South Belfast. Later unemployment figures were given in report, which highlights situation in textile industry.

(6.30 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 11th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
22 mins 31 secs
DVD Number:
D04270
Tape Number:
247A
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Belfast courts a fourteen year old has been charged with the murder of Ian Flanagan (30) in South Belfast last weekend. Film report. Also in courts two Belfast fifteen year olds trial begins on charges relating to stabbing another West Belfast youth.

John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) is set to annouce an independent ceasefire monitor next week, but he will still have final say, in deciding if a ceasefire is broken. Film report includes R. Haas (US envoy) visit to West Belfast and his ideas on ceasefire monitor idea, then John Reid's comments, then D. Trimble (UUP) welcomes the annoucement in his remarks but in An Phoblacht, the IRA rejected the idea and M. Durkan (SDLP) isn't happy with the idea, then in a studio interview, M. McLauglhin (SF) outlines the Sinn Fein position on the Monitor idea which he rejects as a Trimble demand which is outside the Good Friday Agreement.

Next report is about a new controversy over the proposed plans to build a £250,000,000 shopping development in Belfast's Victoria Square. Film report examines Nigel Dodds (DUP, Minister) decision to override the objections of the planning appeals commission.

On Belfast Oldpark Road, a prominent Loyalist, Davy Mahood, has claimed he was shot at as he made his way to work. Film report with Davy Mahood's comments, then John White's (UPRG) comments.

Also in North Belfast last night, rioting erupted in the loyalist Mount Vernon estate on the Shore Road. Film report hears locals claim during a PSNI house raid, the Police over reacted with local, resident, Janet Carson comments, then David Boultwood's (PSNI, Supt.) opinions, followed by Billy Hutchinson's (PUP) criticisms of the PSNI 'ninjas'.

(6.30 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 12th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
14 mins 42 secs
DVD Number:
D04270
Tape Number:
247A
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Newtownards, a LVF member Stephen Warnock has been shot dead in his car. Film report hears his three year old was with him. Judith Gillespie (PSNI, Chief Supt.) comments, then Tom Hamilton's (UUP, MLA) comments.

In Belfast Courts, Cookstown man, Conor Casey was sentenced to fourteen years jail for possession of a 200lb bomb. Film report on November 20th 2001 incident, Caey was son of murdered Sinn Fein Councillor, Tom Casey killed on October 1990.

Also in courts two more youths were charged with the weekend murder of Ian Flanagan in South Belfast. Film report names youths as Raymond Taylor (17) and Jaon Maxwell (20).

Richard Haas (US Envoy) has backed the government idea of appointing an Independent Ceasefire Monitor.

In Belfast, Short Strand area, a police plan to erect CCTV cameras has been ridiculed by Sinn Fein while Unionists back the idea. Film report hears views of Haas, Durkan and Trimble on Independent Ceasefire Monitor idea.

(6.30 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 13th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
9 mins 57 secs
DVD Number:
D04270
Tape Number:
247A
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The UUP council decided on Saturday to work away from the Executive on 13th January, unless there's movement from Republicans on decommissioning. Film report hears reaction from M. McGuinness (SF) and M. Durkan (SDLP) critical of Trimble, then I.Paisley (DUP) wants elections and new negotiations now, then Trimble explains UUP position.

In Courts, two Co. Down men charged with possessing under car booby trap devices. Film report names men as Mark Carroll (36) and Martin Brogan.

In Belfast Courts, UDA men like J. Adair cheered and clapped in court as North Belfast UDA men Andre Shoukri (24) and William McCullough (39) appeared on Firearms charges. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 23rd Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
7 mins 42 secs
DVD Number:
D04280
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report from Stormont on the Executive's announcement of itís budget plans. G. De Brun (SF Health Minister) feels she didn't get enough in her reactions, reports details government department shares and Sean Farren's (Finance Minister) comments, then Francie Molloy (SF, MLA) comments on threat of possible water charge introduction. Then report details reactions from various members of the public to the finding of the Health Service including Andy Dougal (Chest, Heart and Stroke Assoc.) then Dr Jim McLaughlin from Belfast's Mater Hospital comments.

The Saville Inquiry has today began it's hearings in London into the Bloody Sunday shootings in 1972. Film report covers the background to todays move with reaction from Damian Donaghy and John Kelly (Families representatives).

At Stormont today the SDLP and Sinn Fein met and later G. Adams (SF) called on the British Government not to suspend the Executive. Film report also hears M. Durkan (SDLP) warning to Tony Blair on suspension.

In Tyrone, Oliver Gibson (DUP, MLA) has announced he won't be standing again at the next assembly elections.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 24th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 20 secs
DVD Number:
D04280
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The UDA has expelled it's West Belfast Brigadier Johnny Adair. Film report reviews recent internal UDA tensions including shooting of Jim Gray and Stephen Warnock (LVF), UDA statement points finger at Adair. In the studio, S. Birney (journalist) explains the UDA's press conference today and the Adair factions reaction in West Belfast.

In Scotland, two loyalists named as, Robert Baird and Donald Rife were jailed for possessing UVF explosives bound for Northern Ireland. Film report with Alan Murray (Security Journalist) analysis.

In East Belfast, last night PSNI blamed loyalists for the shooting of a twenty five year old man. Film report with neighbours account of incident, and then views of George Millar (PSNI, Det. Insp.), then Sammy Wilson (DUP, MLA).

The Police Board had released it's first report. First report covers gloomy detection statistics for burglary and car theft and sickness rates are up. Film report with Des Rea's (Chairman) comments on figures and reasons for them. Further report covers stolen car problem and other anti-social crime, includes elderly man beaten in Portrush and seventy nine year old woman's ordeal in South Belfast and her view on policing, then views of Michael Cooley (Lisburn Road Shop Owner) on police response times to robberies.

Meanwhile student police officers here are to be armed due to threat from Dissident Republicans. Film report with Joe Stewart (PSNI, Human Resources) comments, then I. Paisley Jnr. (DUP, MLA) reactions, followed by G. Kelly's (SF) views, then Tim Attwood's (SDLP) comments.

Back to the J. Adair expulsion, John White (UPRG) in an interview says the situation is confused but he calls the UDA allegations against Adair rubbish.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 25th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
20 mins
DVD Number:
D04280
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of UDA expulsion of John Adair, with UDA statement and reaction of John White (UPRG). Film report reviews Adair's recent links with LVF and feud with UVF and his time in jail, with John White's denial of LVF/Adair links

(10.00 p.m., )
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 25th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins 15 secs
DVD Number:
D04280
Tape Number:
247
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Divided Loyalities
Description:
Profile of current splits in UDA, and feud with LVF as J.Adair and J.White are expelled.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 26th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
26 mins
DVD Number:
D04280
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Johnny Adair talks about his expulsion from the UDA. Film report is clip from 'UTV Insight', in which he says he won't be involved in a feud with the UDA and their allegations are disgraceful. Report also reviews recent internal UDA tensions and the LVF statement on Adairs expulsion, then Trevor Birney (Journalist) gives his analysis of the situation.

In the Courts, UDA's North Belfast leader, Andre Shourki, got bail on charges relating to possession of a pistol used in three UDA punishment shootings. Film report.

The plans for a University Campus in Springvale in West Belfast announced during a Bill Clinton visit have been put on hold. Film report details the Financial reasons behind the decision with interview with Carmel Hanna (SDLP, Minister for Further and Higher Education) and views of Prof. Patrick Murphy (BIFHE) and Prof. Gerry McKenna (University of Ulster, Vice-Chancellor).

In Newcastle, Co. Down the life boat is uncrewed following an internal row amongst the crew over the appointment of a new coxain. Film report with Colin Williams (RNLI) views, then Martin Lenaghan (crewman), then Jim Wells (DUUP, MLA) comments followed by local boatman Oliver Kings fears.

Meanwhile, within the UUP, pro-Trimble MLA's have been deselected by their constituents. Film report begins by naming four UUP MLA's who are standing down, John Gorman, Sam Foster, Duncan Shipley Dalton and Joan Carson, the names of two Trimble supporters deselected were, Ian Adamson in East Belfast and Ivan Davis in Lagan Valley, followed by an interview with Ivan Davis on his worries about the UUP direction.

In Belfast, the parades commission, won't ban a UVF parade tomorrow to commemorate the 1912 signing of the Ulster Covenant. Film report from Ulster Hall on planning parade and pageant with comments of Tom Winstone (Parade Organiser) and counterviews of Raymond McCord whose son was killed by the UVF.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 26th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
17 mins 17 secs
DVD Number:
D04280
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Loyalist tensions increase as a man is shot and wounded in East Belfast, and the UDA announce they have also expelled John White. Film report on attempted murder in Isoline Street with Alan Little's (PSNI, Insp) comments, then interview with John White on his expulsion from the UDA.

In Belfast, the PSNI Chief Constable met the Policing Board where he revealed his plans to overcome manpower problems including keeping the reserve for another three years. He comments, then Sammy Wilson (DUP, MLA) supports him, but A. Maskey (SF) rejects keeping the reserves.

Today is the first anniversary of the murder of Journalist, Martin O'Hagan, by the LVF, no one has yet been charged with the murder. Film report reviews the case with Jim McDowells (Sunday World Editor) comments. Last Wednesday, the Northern Ireland Secretary unveiled a plaque in his honour in the offices.

In East Belfast, a militaristic UDA mural is being replaced with a more peaceful mural by local children from Dundonald. Film report on project with commetns of John Johnston (Lets Talk Project), Gilberto Arriazo (Artiist, El Salvador), David Duncan (Teacher) and F. Gallagher's (UPRG) views, then Michelle Dunleavy, Jade King, and Carl Allister (pupils) views.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 27th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 17 secs
DVD Number:
D04280
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Soldiers of the Legion of the Rearguard
Description:
A look at the 75 year history of the Fianna Fail party in the Republic of Ireland. With period film, and interviews with its leaders and influential figures, and political commentators.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 29th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
65 mins
DVD Number:
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) has announced policing changes legislation will be published, film report on Reid's remarks at the Labour Party Conference with reaction from M. Durkan (SDLP). John Reid also comments on planned Stormont elections due next May, then M. McLaughlin (SF) comments on Unionist hostility to change.

In Derry's Creggan Estate, a coach driver was attacked by four men, a gun was used to shoot the driver in front of the pensioner passengers. Film report with Bob Torrens (PSNI Insp.) comments, then Kathleen McCloskey (Mayor of Derry) views. D. Trimble (UUP) says the bus driver shot was a friend of Joe McCluskey, the man exiled from Derry by the Republicans.

The Sinn Fein president has denied claims made by Eugene Moloney (author) in his book, The Secret History of the IRA, that he set up the unit called the Unkowns who killed Jean McConville. Film report with Helen McKEndry's comments on Moloney claims her mother was an informer, with Moloney's reply, the G. Adams says the claims are outrageous.

Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief, Cons.) today met a DUP delegation to discuss the Clady bombing in 1972 and has appointed Pat Steele (Chief Insp.) to re-investigate the case. Film report.

The DUP Minister responsible for roads here illegally blocked a road in East Belfast at the weekend. Film report on Robinson's action for which he may be charged with his comments and a review of his previous court appearance in Eire in 1986, Joe Byrne (SDLP) comments.

At the Saville Inquiry into Bloody Sunday sitting in London, a retired police brigadier has apologised for falsely labelling a number of the dead marchers as wanted men. Film report on Maurice Tugwells comments includes old film clip of his remarks and preview of his role that day, as a PR Officer.

According to released census figures, Northern Ireland now has one million and seven hundred thousand people living here. Film report shows population growing at eight thousand per year with comments of Dr. Norman Caven (Statistics Dept.)

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 30th Sep 2002
Duration: minutes
15 mins 8 secs
DVD Number:
D04280
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
P.H. Pearce: Irish Rebel
Description:
An analysis of the life and death of 1916 leader P.Pearce. With period film, and political and academic opinions.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Sky
Channel:
Sky Discovery
Date Broadcast:
Tue 1st Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
47 mins
DVD Number:
D04290
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Unfinished Business
Description:
A profile of Northern Ireland state pathologist Jack Crane.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC
Date Broadcast:
Tue 1st Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD Number:
D04290
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Portadown's Reidmansville Estate Loyalist gunmen are being blamed for the attack on the home of a Protestant family of eight, whose home was also petrol bombed a month ago. Film reprot with householder, Terence Herron's views, then Mervyn Carrick's (DUP, MLA) comments. Pat Steele (PSNI, Chief Insp.) is the new head of an inquiry team re-investigating the Clady bombing of 1972 which killed nine people. Film report with victims mother, Merle Eakins comments, then Billy Eakin comments on the alleged confession of Fr. Jim Chesney, he was involved, then Ivan Cooper blames South Derry PIRA and the priest, local people's views.

In Derry, the coach driver, Danny McBrearty shot in the legs by gunmen has blamed the PIRA. Film report reveals his nephew, Joe McCloskey was exiled by the PIRA last year, (February 2002) for shooting at IRA men who came to shoot him.

At the Labour Party Conference, Tony Blair (Prime Minister) praised the Stormont Executive. Film report covers advice from fringe meetings from M. Gildernew (SF), David Burnside (UUP). A pipe bomb was found near Belfast Castle

(6.30 p.m., Tuesday )
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 1st Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 30 secs
DVD Number:
D04290
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report on hoax bomb at Finaghy in Belfast.

In Derry G.Campbell (DUP) has asked John Reid if the shooting of Danny McBrearty breaches the PIRA ceasefire, film report.

Andrew Hunter (Tory MP) is to stand for the DUP in Lagan Valley and leave the Conservative Party.

(10.30 p.m.,)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 2nd Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
1 mins 38 secs
DVD Number:
D04290
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Death of a quiet man
Description:
An investigation of the killing on 25 February 1977 of J.Campbell, then a sergeant in the RUC, outside Cushendall Police Station. The suspicions of Special Branch colleagues are discussed.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 3rd Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
24mins
DVD Number:
D04300
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Police Reserve is to be kept for another three years, film report from Police Board meeting and Hugh Orde's (Chief Constable) plans including looking at officers sickness levels and removing officers from static security duties and recruitment drive for civilian workers for office duties. Reaction from Alex Attwood (SDLP) and I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) differs, then Fred Cobain (DUP), then Terry Spence (Police Federation), while G. Kelly (SF) rubbished SDLP, then Denis Bradley comments on Sinn Fein joining the Board.

John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) speaking at Blackpool Labour Conference and Tony Blair (Prime Minister) comment on recent violence here and Andrew Hunter joining the DUP, John Reid says Unionists must prove they'll share power and he appeals to Republicans to reassure Unionists and not ride violence and democracy at once.

Meanwhile, Martin McGuinness (SF) has said the weekend shooting of Derry man, Danny McBrearty was wrong. Then Andrew Hunter (Tory) gives an interview on why he's joining the DUP and his view of the DUP as a changing party.

Court news.

Report on overnight gun attack on house in Ballynahinch, then report on planned spending of Barbara De Brun (Stormont Health Minister).

Court news, men on robbery charge, then police arrest a man with a gun in Twinbrook Belfast.

Next film report reviews Insight tonight and the February 25th 1977 killing of Sgt. Joe Campbell in Co. Antrim and the alleged involvement of a rogue police officer.

(Insight on next DVD.)

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 3rd Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 31 secs
DVD Number:
D04290
Tape Number:
249
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PSNI have raided Sinn Fein offices at Stormont in a terrorist investigation, the political process is in crisis again. Film report with political reactions. Six houses in Belfast also raided, four people arrested, film report shows PSNI raid at Stormont, PSNI remove two computer discs, Gerry Kelly (SF MLA) accuses police of orchestrated attack on Sinn Fein, film clip shows police in Stormont. B. DeBrun present with G. Kelly, then both comment on raid, then D. Trimble (UUP) says raid was to prevent PIRA intelligence operation that had breached the NIO and Stormont. John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) admits he knew of the current PSNI investigation. Sinn Fein protest at policing board, then M. Durkan (SDLP) calls for calm among political parties in their reactions, then J. Donaldson (UUP) calls for Sinn Fein to be made amienable, further reaction from David Burnside (UUP) and I. Paisley Snr. (DUP) then J. Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) comments. Then in the studio David Trimble (UUP) gives an interview on his position now in the matter and what he wants to happen now to Sinn Fein, then B. DeBrun (SF) is asked 'Do you people think youíre above the law?' She accused the PSNI of a politicallty motivated intervention in a heated interview she rejects the interviewers allegations.

In Colombia, the trial of the three alleged PIRA men, alleged to be training FARC guerillas has been postponed as the three refuse to leave their cells. Film report shows Colombians heckling Colombia Three supports Catriona Ruane and Barry McIlduff, who comments to the cameras on the local court system.

Back in the studio, Alan Murray (Security Journalist) comments on the PSNI raid today, and Hugh Orde's position on it, he's not surprised by the raid, as PIRA activity hasn't stopped, then Ken Reid (Political Correspondent) analysises the massive political implications for the political process with a possibility of suspension of Stormont and the current position within the UUP and the elections planned for May.

In other news stories, a Roman Catholic Church at Carnmoney has been petrol bombed again. Film report from St Mary's on the hill with views of parishoners and the priest, Fr. Frank McAllister, then Fr. Dan Whyte comments on previous attacks, Ken Robinson (UUP, MLA) condems the attack.

An eleven year old boy injured in a hit and run incident in Belfast's Manor Street is a nephew of John Adair (UDA). Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 4th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
21 mins 11 secs
DVD Number:
D04300
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
PSNI are still questioning four people including Denis Donaldson, following yesterday's Stormont raid, today Sinn Fein staged protests across Northern Ireland against the PSNI's 'political' policing operation. Film report reviews the raid and it's fall out with comments of B. DeBrun (SF) protesting at Andersonstown PSNI base calling for Unionists not to walk out on Peace Process. Speculation on Trimble's reaction. Meanwhile B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) is seeking more detail on the raid. Film report with B. Ahern's comments on the ''serious matter'' he did question some aspect of the raid and Sinn Fein's silence on the raid/

In East Belfast, last night gunmen shot dead loyalist, Geoffrey Thomas Gray (41) in Ravenhill Avenue. Film report claims it may be related to the current UDA/LVF feud. Alan Mains (PSNI Det. Supt.) comments on the killing, then reaction from A. McDonnell (SDLP). It's revealed the dead man was in the paramilitary guard of honour at LVF leader, Billy Wright's funeral.

(6.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sat 5th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
6 mins 52 secs
DVD Number:
D04300
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief Constable) has apologised for the nature of raid on Sinn Fein's Stormont office. Film report with Orde's comments on armed raid by ninety officers, but he says raid was necessary. Further house search in Andersontown today. Denis Bradley (Police Board,Vice-chairman) also unhappy with nature of the raid but board member, Sammy Wilson (DUP) is happy with PSNI operation, then A. Attwood (SDLP) also gives the raid a cautious welcome. Meanwhile today the DUP says it's two Ministers will quit the Executive tomorrow. Film report reviews the politics of the last twenty four hours. Trimble calls it ''ten times worse than Watergate'' in his interview, then I. Paisley (DUP) wants UUP to throw Sinn Fein out of Executive. G. Adams (SF Leader) says process doomed in short time, then M. Durkan calls it a crisis. In Dublin, Irish Prime Minister is to meet G. Adams and Tony Blair but he doesn't favour a suspension. Film report. Last night, Denis Donaldson (52) (SF) was charged with having information useful to terrorists. Film report on court appearance names Fiona Farrelly (46) as co-defendant. The Prison Officers Association has commented on the PSNI warning it's members names where on the items the PSNI found. Finlay Spratt (Police Officers Assoc.) comments in Film report.

Next report is live from Stormont from Ken Reid on the DUP's decision to remove it's Executive Ministers tomorrow and the significance of that.

In North Belfast last night the UDA is being blamed for a gun attack on the PSNI. Film report covers a series of disturbances across Northern Ireland, beginning at Westland Road where Kevin Geddes (Det. Sgt) comments on the Trouble which began after a televised Celtic-Rangers game. Loyalist, Davy Mahood (UPRG) blames the police, reports cover other trouble at Short Strand and Donegall Pass, where Ruth Patterson (DUP, Cllr) blames Nationalists. Also in Kilkeel and in Bogside there was trouble.

Meanwhile in Lurgan, the funeral took place of G. Gray, killed in East Belfast last week. Film report.

Harland and Wolf is to lay off seventy per cent of it's workplace.

Film report on nasty scenes at Old firm game at weekend with Jack McConnell (Scottish Prime Minister) on sectarianism, then Kevin Smith's (Chief Supt.) views, Game ended 3-3.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 7th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
16 mins 24 secs
DVD Number:
D04300
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Will power-sharing survive?
Description:
A look at the allegations of IRA intelligence gathering and Republican and Loyalist violence. Comments from D.Trimble, G.Kelly, J.Donaldson, P.Robinson, A.Magennis, D.Nesbitt, and A.Mclntyre.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 8th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD Number:
D04310
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Trimble meets Tony Blair today and gives him seven days to save the Stormont Executive. Film report hears Trimble demand Sinn Fein exclusion motion. T. Blair comments on current crisis and of finding way forward, then after meeting Blair, D. Trimble (UUP) interview on his demands, then John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) comments on way forward.

At Stormont, the two DUP Ministers have resigned. Film report with Nigel Dodds (DUP) statement on their demands, in Dublin, M. Durkan (SDLP, Deputy First Minister) gives his reaction saying Sinn Fein actions strengthened Unionist hand, G. Adams (SF, Leader) called for calm. At Stormont debate, Paisley called for John Reid to resign.

In courts, a former Northern Ireland Office Porter, William McAssey has been charged in relation to the Stormont search of Sinn Fein's offices. Film report. Meanwhile the PSNI have given Sinn Fein back their computer discs they took from the Sinn Fein office at Stormont. Film report hears M. McGuinness (SF) repeat allegation, the PSNI raid was a political stunt by elements of PSNI, then Ken Reid (Political Correspondent) comments on the governments chances of excluding Sinn Fein from executive as UUP wants. He says a suspension is more likely.

In Stormont today, M. McGuinness (SF, Education Minister) announced the eleven plus will end, but not for two years. Film report with reaction from pro-eleven plus elements and S. Wilson (DUP).

The Loyalist feud between the LVF and the East Belfast UDA is continuing as overnight a man was shot in the head at Euston Street, East Belfast. Film report covers history of recent feud, a mediation offer from Andy Tyrie, Roy Magee (resident) and Kenny McClinton has been rejected by the UDA. Film report hears Jim Rodgers (UUP) reaction.

In East Belfast, the loyalist commission held talks with the UDA in East Belfast. Film report on agenda which was J. Adairs expulsion, then Loyalist Commission met Adair and John White who claims the issue will be settled.

In Portadown, a man was injured in a bomb attack on his Festival Road home. Film report speculates on Loyalist feud reason behind attack on Fergus Hawthorne. Kevin Synott (Fireman) comments on scene, then Fred Crowe (UUP) comments.

In Dublin court, the trial of Michael McKevitt (Head of RIRA) began today. Film report hears RIRA and CIRA bombed Omagh in a joint operation and evidence of David Rupert (FBI Informer) previewed.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 8th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
23 mins 13 secs
DVD Number:
D04300
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of today's news, includes Trrimble meeting Blair, John Reid's reaction, the DUP's ministers to resign with Paisley's remarks. M. McGuinness' (SF) comments on getting the two discs back. Then political analysis from Mark Davenport (BBC), then report on fresh trouble in East Belfast tonight and court appearance of William McAssey.

(10.30 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 8th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
5 mins 19 secs
DVD Number:
D04300
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
PSNI sets up special team to warn people whose details were allegedly found in the Stormont raid. Film report on materials found in house searches includes army names, prison officers and Loyalists, David Rose (PUP) comments.

M. Durkan (SDLP) met Tony Blair in London and said they won't support an exclusion motion against Sinn Fein. Film report hears Durkan's remarks on protecting the agreement and the way forward as he sees it. Meanwhile G. Adams (SF) claimed there are no grounds for suspending Sinn Fein from the executive. Film report with Adams comments, then reaction from D. Ervine (PUP) who expects a suspension to review, then D. Ford (Alliance) comments on suspension, then Monica McWilliams (Woman's Coalition) views, then Bob McCartney's (UKU) views.

In Bournemouth, D. Trimble (UUP) addressed the Tory Party Conference. Film report. He spoke on four years of Republican deceit and broken Government promises. Quentin Davis (Tory, MP) criticises the government, then J. Donaldson and David Burnside comment for dissident unionism, then analysis from Ken Reid of tonight's Blair/Ahern meeting and profile of possible outcomes with suspension likely next week.

Irvine Montgomery of the Police Federation comments on the plan to recruit police reservists and the timespan involved to increase police numbers.

Fr. Denis Faul has criticised the PIRA for it's threat against Joe McCluskey and his family in Derry. Film report reviews the reasons behind the attacks, with comments of Bridie McCluskey about M. McGuinness (SF) recent comments on the issue, then Joe McCluskey comments by phone, followed by Fr. D. Faul interview and Barney O'Hagan's (SF, Cllr) views.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 9th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
15 mins 49 secs
DVD Number:
D04300
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Studio debate, between M.McGuinness of Sinn Fein and J.Donaldson of the Ulster Unionist Party, on the state of the peace process.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 10th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD Number:
D04310
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
What happens now?
Description:
A look at the options for a way forward; a review of the process so far; and heated studio debate between M.McGuinness (SF) and P.Robinson (DUP) for the first time on TV.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 10th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD Number:
D04310
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In London a Sinn Fein delegation including G. Adams and M. McGuinness met Tony Blair. Film report from Ken Reid, with Adams' comments after the meeting on the removal of armed groups, then M. McGuinness comments (film blip) followed by Tony Blair's (Prime Minister) views on paramilitarism.

The Derry exile, Joseph McCluskey handed in a letter to Number Ten then commented to the press on his case. M. McGuinness (SF) agrees to meet the McCluskeys.

Back at Stormont, Mark Durkan (SDLP, Deputy First Minister) comments on the suspension of Stormont, but insists that's not the end of the Good Friday Agreement. M. McGimpsey (UUP) also felt the Good Friday Agreement could get back on track in his comments but Maurice Morrow (DUP, MLA) wants new elections called not a suspension, later tonight, M. McGuinness (SF) and P. Robinson (DUP) will debate the issues on insight.

Meanwhile the Prison Service is to be briefed tomorrow on whose names were found on the PIRA files seized by the PSNI in house raids. Film report with Finlay Spratt interview on what his men want from Government. Then Peter Russell (Northern Ireland Prison Service) comments.

Meanwhile as three men appear in Court, Prof. Mike Brogden (policing expert) is critical of the PSNI Stormont Raid. Film report with his remarks.

Next is a film report from London where Ken Reid (Politica Editor) says suspension is likely on Monday. He outlines the government plans for the Northern Ireland Office taking control again. Ken Reid hjghlights the Insight programme tonight when the DUP will sit in the studio with Sinn Fein for the first time tonight.

At Downpatrick Court, a serving policeman, John Mooney's trial ofr assaulting two Hollywood brothers was halted by Peter Gibson (Judge) who directed the officer be found not guilty. Film report on the collapse of the Ombudsman prosecution.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 10th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 55 secs
DVD Number:
D04310
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At the Ulster Hall in Belfast Republicans turned up for a rally to hear M. McGuinness (SF) speak against the expected suspension of Stormont Executive by the British Government. Earlier he had met Tony Blair with G. Adams, film report with Adams' remarks in London and Tony Blair's comments on armed groups.

In Courts a fourth man to be charged in the morning with possessing information useful to terrorists following PSNI raids this week.

In the USA, Stan Mallon (62) who was a former Chief Executive of the Ulster-Scots agency has been convicted on child sex charges. Film report.

(10.30 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 10th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins 34 secs
DVD Number:
D04310
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The DUP ministers resign from the Executive and claim the GFA is now history. Trimble and Durkan are to get consultative roles under direct rule. Film report begins with Paisley's comments as Robinson/Dodds resign, that the DUP has got Sinn Fein out of the Executive, then N. Dodds comments on rebuilding a new agreement, then M. McGuinness (SF) repeats his opposition to suspension, but says Good Friday Agreement is only show in town. In Derry, B. Rodgers (SDLP) expresses disappointment at events for Northern Ireland Agriculture. In Dublin, Trimble went to meet B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) and more details have been released about how the Northern Ireland Office will organise direct rule. Two junior ministers to be appointed with Trimble and Durkan to get consultative role. MLA salaries reduced to two thirds. Film report with Trimble's reaction and then Brian Cowen (Irish Foreign Minister) rejects notion of joint authority. Then in the studio, political analysis of events this week from Ken Reid covers reaction to last night's Insight debate between Robinson and McGuinness and analysis of Robinson comments. Ken Reid then explains how the Northern Ireland Office will work Direct Rule.

In East Belfast, the LVF has said it will take no first strike against the UDA in an attempt to end it's feud with them. Film report with LVF statement and details of last nights murder bid in Bangor. The victim survived, and preview of previous feud attacks to date, and Alan Mains (PSNI, Det. Supt.) comments, preview of Loyalist Commission talks role mentioned.

In Belfast courts, Ciaran Kearney (31) appeared on documents charges following last weeks PSNI raids. Sinn Fein protest at the court. Film report says his father-in-law is Denis Donaldson.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 11th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 46 secs
DVD Number:
D04310
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
What happens next?
Description:
Northern Ireland Executive suspended for the fourth time; assessment of current crisis; report of recent events; political and journalistic comment on the options for the continuation of the peace process.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
63 mins
DVD Number:
D04320
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Stormont Executive is suspended from midnight tonight. It's the fourth suspension. Film report, with John Reid's (Northern Ireland Secretary) announcement and political reaction. Begins with Ken Reid report naming new Northern Ireland Office Ministers as Angela Smith and Ian Pearson who join Des Browne and Jane Kennedy at the Northern Ireland Office, then J. Reid's announcement of suspension. Later a joint message from Blair and Ahern said it was time for Republicans to exclusively committ to democracy. Ahern was optimistic of success in his remarks.

Today at Stormont, it was business as usual, then speaker announces suspension. Mark Durkan (SDLP) , Reg Empey (UUP) and G. Adams (SF) all give their reactions, followed by I. Paisley who says he'll never negotiate with Sinn Fein, then report covers Ministers last actions of the day. Live in the studio, John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) comments on how he will restore trust among local political parties, he emphasises republican ambiguity on violence, he wants to be positive on the Good Friday Agreement and comments on possibility of elections happening next March. David Trimble, (UUP) in an interview says ther'll be no return to government until Republicans leave violence behind and change and he also comments on elections by next May.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 55 secs
DVD Number:
D04320
Tape Number:
250
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
As Stormont is suspended for the fourth time, a film report names the Northern Ireland Office's new ministers, then political reaction from G. Adams (SF), R. Empey (UUP), M. Durkan (SDLP) and I. Paisley (DUP). Then J. Reid says it's time to rebuild confidence amongst parties. In the USA George Bush (President) supported the British Government decision to suspend Stormont. Meanwhile Maurice Dunlop (British Medical Association spokesman) here expressed their fears about the future of important medical decision in Northern Ireland, film report. Sean Farren (Local finance Minister) used the last day to rearrange finances.

In the courts a Belfast woman, Fiona Farrelly was released on bail when she appeared on charges relating to documents seized in PSNI raids last week.

(10.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 37 secs
DVD Number:
D04320
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At Westminster John Reid (Northern Ireland Secretary) says the Northern Ireland Office won't shy away from difficult political decisions here, he's also announced a review of Northern Ireland Office's internal security. Film report from Ken Reid, includes Reid's message to Northern Ireland paramilitaries and his plan for government here, then reaction from J. Donaldson (UUP) and Peter Robinson (DUP), then S. Mallon (SDLP) views and D. Trimble's comments. The British Government also announced which departments the Northern Ireland Office will run. Ian Pearson will take Economy and Agriculture, Jane Kennedy will take Security, Education and Employment & Learning, and Des Browne will take Health and Justice. R. Eames (Church of Ireland Primate) has called on the IRA to say the war is over for good. Film report from Armagh Synod meeting with Eames remarks and a reply statement from G. Adams. Next report is form London from Ken Reid where he outlines the difficult decisions J. Reid was talking about making, they include water rates, eleven plus, hospitals etc. He also previews expected statement for Tony Blair and describes the mood in Parliament.

In Derry, two men are being questioned about shooting coach driver, Danny McBrearty, last month. Film report.

A report out today highlights the increase here in armed robberies and shop lifting. Film report previews the soaring crime crisis, a thirty six per cent increase in armed robbery, thirty nine per cent increase in shop lifting. Mark Mason (PSNI Crime Prevention Officer) comments, then Bryan Gray (Retailers Association) views, then Ronnie Eynon (Shop Manager) explains some of his new security measures.

In North Belfast, a nineteen year old woman was hurt when youths stoned a bus. Film report with Ciaran Rogan (Translink) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 15th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
14 mins 35 secs
DVD Number:
D04320
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At the inquest into the killing of J.J. O'Connor in Ballymurphy on 13 October 2000, a PSNI detective says they believe the PIRA carried out the killing, but they hadn't questioned anyone yet about the killing. Film report shows his RIRA funeral and B. Leckey (Coroner) calls on PSNI to meet the O'Connor family about their unanswered questions, then Margaret O'Connor claims the PSNI colluded with the PIRA in killing her son, as fru did in death of her father, F. Notartentino in 1988.

At the Saville Inquiry, in London, ex-paratrooper 027 says soldiers shot innocent people in the crowd, he says paras continued shooting after officers cease fire order. Film report.

In London, the DUP tody met Tony Blair, in Commons beforehand, Blair explained why the government choose suspending Stormont and set out his hopes for restoring devolution, then N. Dodds (DUP) outlines the points he'll be putting to the Prime Minister.

In Colombia, the Colombia three, aren't expected in court as they are charged with training markist rebels. Film report.

In Belfast this morning, Roman Catholic homes were attacked also in Larne, the home of Mary Joe McGuigan was attacked by bricks and a gunman gave them twenty four hours to get out. Film report with M. J. McGuigan comments and reaction from Roy Beggs Jnr (UUP, MLA), then Danny O'Connor (SDLP).

In Strabane, the INLA is being blamed for shooting a man in the legs. Film report with Eugene McMenamin's (SDLP, MLA) reaction, then report on this morning's pipe bomb attack in Belfast's Newington area with home owner, Kathleen Hales reaction, then that of Gerard Brophy (SF, Cllr).

Two DUP MP's Peter Robinson and G. Campbell are to join Loyalist Paramilitaries on a fact finding mission to South Africa. Report.

In East Belfast it's believed the LVF/UDA feud may soon be over as the UPRG, the UDA's politicial wing, has called for space to end the violence. Film report reviews the violence so far and interviews Frankie Gallagher (UPRG).

The Policing Board today held it's first meeting since being re-appointed by the Northern Ireland Secretary. Film report hears Des Rea (Chairman) say policing is still in local control, then Denis Bradley (Vice-Chairman) comments on District policing partnerships appointments, also today SDLP delegation met Jane Kennedy (Security Minister) on policing. This morning M. McGuinness (SF) visited the Short Strand and called on government to say how it was going to implement policing as per Good Friday Agreement.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 16th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
17 mins 14 secs
DVD Number:
D04320
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Racing to Destruction:
Description:
Profile of drug dealing businessman Colin Lees and his fall from success to jail.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 17th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
37 mins
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Tony Blair visits Belfast and tells Republicans they can't carry on with the IRA half in and half out. Film report also hears Blair tell Unionists the Government won't bow to pressure to renegotiate the GFA, coverage of Blair's speech at Harbour Commissioners Office, on need for republicans to disarm and to solve the lack of trust amongst parties, the crunch is coming said Blair, it's time for acts of completion. Then reaction from Reg Empey (UUP) on Blairs speech, he wants to know what is Blair going to do, and he answers questions on loyalist violence issue, then M. McGuinness (SF) gives his reaction, he'll consider what he says. He points out, the issues he wants dealt with, demilitarisation etc. he says he wants all guns removed from Irish Politics and Sinn Fein will face the difficulties ahead, he highlights loyalist violence.

A Colombian Government Representative is to visit Dublin to gather evidence for the forthcoming trial of the Colombian Three. Film report reviews the case so far against the three men.

In Belfast three elderly women have been attacked and robbed in Belfast. Film reports from three different areas.

At the Saville Inquiry the Para 027, who said soldiers shot innocent people was attacked in his home, says British/Irish rights watch for giving evidence. From Belfast, Ken Reid gives his analysis of Blair's comments today.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 17th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
15 mins 30 secs
DVD Number:
D04320
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Tony Blair's speech to Belfast, saying IRA can't be half in, half out, he accepts that Adams and McGuiness genuinely want peace, and Unionists will share power, he will carry on attempting to implement the GFA, and outlines what he expects from local parties. Reaction from G. Adams (SF) and R. Empey (UUP). Report on Colombia trial set for December.

(10.30 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 17th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 14 secs
DVD Number:
D04320
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
BBC NI News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Tony Blair's speech to Belfast, saying IRA can't be half in, half out, he accepts that Adams and McGuiness genuinely want peace, and Unionists will share power, he will carry on attempting to implement the GFA, and outlines what he expects from local parties. Reaction from G. Adams (SF) and R. Empey (UUP). Report on Colombia trial set for December.

(10.30 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Fri 18th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
4 mins 14 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then report on meeting today between the feuding Loyalist paramilitaries the UDA and LVF, includes a review of recent related violence, and the joint statement released today; however the issue of Johnny Adair's expulsion from the UDA is unchanged.

Mark Durkan (SDLP leader) has questioned the governments commitment to get devolution going again, he says all Blair done yesterday was sermonise from the pulpit, G. Adams (SF) says Republicans are angry at Blair's concentration on Republicans. Film report, with interviews. Then D. Burnside (UUP) comments on Blair's speech and in the studio N. Dodds (DUP) is also critical of Blair's speech as having no sanctions only 'carrots' for the IRA, he comments on Blair's remark there'll be no re-negotiating of GFA.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 18th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
6 mins
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The RIRA is being blamed for bomb hoaxes in Belfast, Lurgan and at Aldergrove airport, film report on major disruption. Then report examines a weekend statement by RIRA prisoners in Portlaoise jail in Eire, that the organisation was to end itís war and disband. The prisoners hit out at corruption in the RIRA, Alan Murray (journalist) comments, then Michael Gallagher (Omagh Victims Spokesman) comments, then Sam Kinkaid (PSNI, Acc.) gives their view on the RIRA activities, then film clip shown gives their view on the recent rally outside Magherberry jail where prisoners want segregation, the RIRA on the outside have issues no statement.

In the Southern vote on the EEC's Nice Referendum, the people have voted yes. Film report on the vote to allow European enlargement with comments of Bertie Ahern (Irish Prime Minister), then Edna Kenny (FG) views, and R Quinns (Labour) comments, then G. Adams (SF) comments for the NO camp.

In Belfast, at the UUP party conference, Ian Duncan Smith (Tory Leader) called for unionists to encourage Roman Catholic membership. Film report with remarks outside from Fred Cobain (MLA) calling for no links with Tory Party and from the floor, Willie Thompson objected to restoration of power sharing but Reg Empey led the majority view, D. Trimble attacked the DUP and called for party unity.

Next report covers sectarian abuse at weekends Omagh-Glentoran match. Film clip shown and Roy McCreadie (Omagh Town Manager) comments on what happened.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 21st Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 39 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then man arrested following massive Loyalist arms find in Rathcoole. Alan McQuillan (PSNI Acc) lists ten firearms, and large amount of ammo, and some pipe bombs.

At Hillsborough today the British/Irish intergovernmental conference met. Film report from Ken Reid on talks subject, on security, suspension of Stormont, both governments to present a united front. Irish American Bill Flynn arrived to meet John Reid.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 22nd Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
3 mins 55 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The John Steven's Report into Loyalist collusion is put back for release again until 2003. Film report on this second delay, with reaction of Geraldine Finuance (widow of Pat Finuance), whose suspicious about the delays timing, then reaction of parties.

A former Northern Ireland Politician has been asked to become a new ceasefire monitor. Film report covers Kend Reid's comments and a report on Northern Ireland question time in Commons where Unionists got angry at the course of events. Trimble wanted more time at these sessions. J. Reid replied no.

In Larne, a Roman Catholic man is fighting for his life after a beating by two men. Film report covers the attack on Gerard McRandall near his home, with Patrick Steeles (Det, Chief Insp.) comments, then Danny O'Connors (SDLP, MLA) reaction, then Roy Beggs Jnr (UUP, MLA) views.

Meanwhile, in the Short Strand two Nationalists were injured when an explosive device was thrown over the Peace line. Film report with Noel Brady (14) interview on his injury.

The PSNI have put on show the major UDA arms dump they seized yesterday. Film report shows eleven weapons found and pipe bombs and a new front door booby trap device. John McVea (PSNI Insp.) comments, then report lists recent UDA killings in the South Antrim Area.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 23rd Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
11 mins 44 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A cabinet reshuffle in London sees Paul Murphy replace John Reid as Northern Ireland Secretary. Film report from Ken Reid with John Reid's comments as he arrives at new post of Labour Party Chairman; he's sad to leave Northern Ireland he says, then Paul Murphy gives his first press conference, he was here in Northern Ireland Office from 1997 - 1999, he's optimistic about political progress. Next report reviews John Reid's time as Northern Ireland Secretary, he replaced Peter Mandelson, then D. Trimble (UUP) gives his reaction, then M. Durkan (SDLP) views, then G. Adams (SF) comments, then I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) reaction, then analysis of P. Murphy's task from Ken Reid.

The Policing Board says fifteen hundred people have applied to join the new District Policing Partnerships. Film report says twenty two per cent of application from Roman Catholics and Prof. Des Rea (Chairman) is happy with the response. Fred Cobain (UUP) says Roman Catholic numbers are weak. Also released today were the fourth set of recruitment figures for the PSNI with thirty five per cent from Roman Catholics. A. Attwood (SDLP) gives his reaction. Also today sources say Carrickmore PSNI station is to close.

In Belfast Courts, Philip Shaw (39) appeared accused of possessing the large UDA arms Cache found last week in Rathcoole. Film report and also in the courts Andre Shoukri (UDA leader) was refused bail on a charge of possessing a pistol. Film report.

In Limavady, a shotgun and pipe bombs parts were found by the PSNI.

The veteran IRA leader, Joe Cahill, has his autobiography published today. Film report on his book ''Life in the IRA'' launch at the Linenhall Library, the author, Brendan Anderson comments, then G. Adams praises Cahills peace process role, then Cahill comments on united Ireland hopes.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 24th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
14 mins 42 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Belfast the CIRA is blamed for a bomb that partially exploded in a white van in Bedford Street, film report with Bill Brown's (PSNI Chief Inspector) comments.

The new Northern Ireland Secretary, Paul Murphy went on a walkabout in Bangor today. Film report with Murphy's comments, with locals reactions, then comments of Cedric Wilson (NIUP, MLA).

The Policing Board's decision yesterday to close Carrickmore police base has been criticised by Unionists but Barry McIlduff (SF, MLA) is happy with the decision, Joe Byrne (SDLP) comments, then Oliver Gibson (DUP) views.

In Derry, the family of Kathleen Thompson, shot dead by the British Army over thirty years ago has walked out of a meeting in Strand Road police station when they couldn't see a missing file that has been found, and when they heard the RUC didn't interview any of the soldiers at the scene of the shooting. Film report with David Thompson's views, then Patricia Murphy's comments.

In Larne Courts, three people have been charged with the attempted murder of Roman Catholic Gerard McRandall last week. Film report names them as Raymond Sloan (42), Catherine Houston (22), and Patricia Houston (44). Film report on 23rd October 2002 attack.

In Belfast courts, Rathcoole man Philip Shaw (39) was refused bail on charges relating to possessing the large UDA arms haul last week. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 25th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 55 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
On Shankill Road, fireman injured as roof collapses in malicious fire at derelict church, film report. G. Adams (SF Leader) has told a Sinn Fein conference in Monaghan, he can envisage a future without the IRA, but not because of Unionist or British Government threats. Film report on keynote speech.

In Larne Courts Thomas Maloney (24) was charged with attempted murder of Roman Catholic Gerard McRandall at his flat last week.

(5.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 26th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
2 mins 55 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
True Spies
Programme Title:
Part 1: Subversive My Arse
Description:
Peter Taylor's investigation of MI5 and Special Branch infiltration of British left-wing organisations in the 1960s and 1970s; including the South African rugby tour; Amnesty International; Friends of the Earth; Ricky Tomlinson; and Arthru Scargill and the miners union.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Sun 27th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD Number:
D04350
Tape Number:
252
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Channel 4 News
Programme Title:
Missed Warnings Part 1
Description:
Two reports on police failings both North and South on warnings about the Omagh bomb attack. This part of Channel 4's news bulletin highlights alleged RUC failings in the run up to the August 1998 Omagh bomb attack by the RIRA. (... ENTRY TO BE COMPLETED)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Channel 4
Channel:
CH4
Date Broadcast:
Mon 28th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD Number:
D04340
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
England



Series Title:
Channel 4 News
Programme Title:
Missed Warnings Part 2
Description:
Two reports on police failings both North and South on warnings about the Omagh bomb attack. In this second bulletin on Omagh, reporter Alex Thompson looks at the mistakes made by the Garda during 1998 in relation to before and after the Omagh blast. (... ENTRY TO BE COMPLETED)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Channel 4
Channel:
CH4
Date Broadcast:
Mon 28th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD Number:
D04340
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
England



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines, then in Lisburn, St Patrick's Roman Catholic School has been attacked for second time in two weeks. Film report with Father Sean Roger's comments.

In Derry courts, Martin Heaney has been charged with murdering Frances Loan (37) in a knife attack in Magherafelt. Film report.

In East Belfast the police are questioning a man about the Loyalist feud murder on 7th October 2002 of A. McKinley (22).

D. Trimble (UUP Leader) says G. Adams (SF) weekend speech might be preparing the IRA for them having to go away. Film report also has Mark Durkan's (SDLP) reaction, then Edwin Poots (DUP) views.

Jane Kennedy (NIO Security Minister) met a delegation of Roman Catholics from South Antrim led by Martin Meehan (SF, MLA) to discuss recent Loyalist murders and attacks. Film report lists the killings and hears M. Meehans comments on Nationalist needs in South Antrim.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 28th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
8 mins 36 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
251
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Belfast bomb alerts blamed on dissident Republicans. Film report with comments of Tony Hammond (Forestside Manager), and local shoppers., then reaction from Joanne Jennings (Belfast City Centre Manager).

In Derry, the PSNI found a dissident republican mortar bomb. Film report on horizontal weapon and Bryan Hume's (PSNI Insp.) comments, William Hay (DUP, MLA) wants security forces clamp down, then Pat Ramsey's (SDLP, Cllr) views.

Omagh Relatives want a full public inquiry into the 1998 bomb attack following Channel 4 allegations that the RUC had four warnings about the attack and tonight it's alleged the Garda also knew about the bomb. Film report reviews the programme reports (see next DVD, D04340), M. Gallagher comments, then Channel four Alex Thompson (Journalist) comments on his allegations of four warnings and Garda inaction.

At the Saville Inquiry in London, Sir Robert Ford (General) has denied the British Army had any plans on Bloody Sunday to shoot dead riot ringleaders. Film report.

The families of four British Soldiers who committed suicide in army barracks want a full public inquiry into these and fourteen other army suicides. Film report with John Cooper's (Families Lawyer) comments and then reaction from Adam Ingram (Armed Forces, Minister).

The British National Party is to stand a candidate in the 2004 euro election for the first time.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 29th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
12 mins 56 secs
DVD Number:
D04330
Tape Number:
152
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Martin McGuinness:
Description:
Profile of the life and times of Martin McGuinness (SF) from childhood to government education minister; archive film clips, interviews, and political critics.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Wed 30th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD Number:
D04340
Tape Number:
252
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PIRA has broken off contact with the International Decommissioning Body, blaming the British Government for not keeping its commitments, file report reviews previews breaking of contact with De Chastelein in February 2000, but followed in October 2001 and April 2002 by two acts of decommissioning when devolution re-established, PIRA statement examined this time, then in the studio D. Trimble (UUP) gives his reaction, saying it's the PIRA who didn'r keep their commitments, Unionists won't be paying any price to help them he says, then Hugh Orde (PSNI, Chief) gives his reaction as disappointment.

Belfast has failed to make a shortlist for European City of Culture 2008. Film report from Imagine Belfast Headquarters, analysis of bid details, Tom Collins comments on failure. Then Alex Maskey (Lord Mayor) comments, then M. McGimpsey's (UUP) views, then Angela Smith's (NIO Minister) reaction, but local people on the streets aren't surprised. Then in the studio Ian Hill (Art Critic) criticises the bid attempt and recent cuts in Arts grants here.

In court, a Derry man, Tony Friel (43) was charged with possession of a mortar bomb. Film report reviews last Monday's raid.

Last night, trouble flared again in the Short Strand interface area. Film report with G. Adams (SF) comments defends Short Strand residents, but Raymond Laverty (Protestant Youth Worker) says Nationalists were attacking his centre called the Base, in Newtownards Road.

The PSNI have appealed for information about the sectarian murder of a protestant, Charles Folliert in Strabane by the INLA last year. Film report with Clifford Best (Supt.) comments on the 30th October 2001 killing.

In the studio, Ken Reid (political editor) gives his analysis of today's IRA statement on the decommissioning issue.

In the Republic, Michael McDowell (Minister of Justice) has rejected Channel Four's claims last night that the Irish Government offered the RIRA no arrests for Omagh if they called a ceasefire. Film report covers the first time in history that a PSNI GAA team ahs played Gaelic football against a Garda team, H. Orde (PSNI) comments, then M. McDowell's (Minister) remarks on Omagh.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 30th Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
19 mins 39 secs
DVD Number:
D04340
Tape Number:
252
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PSNI today arrested eleven Loyalists (eight UVF, three UDA), in raids across Belfast. Film report hears comments of Alan McQuillan (PSNI Acc), that he's putting fear of God into Loyalist paramilitaries, details of arrest operation given, which include extortion breaking moves. Next report profiles the actions against Loyalists which come under the leadership of Hugh Orde. He outlines his arms against Loyalists, Tony Blair also commented on Loyalist activities during the last visit, then Alan McQuillan (Acc.) comments on the damage the PSNI have done to Loyalists fund raising in recent months.

Then in the studio Ken Reid comments on today's meeting of the Loyalist Commission and their comments on the recent police actions and their views on IRA decommissioning issue.

Next report from Castle Buildings where Paul Murphy (new Northern Ireland Secretary) held meetings with local parties. G.Adams (SF) comments, then D. Ervine (PUP). Meanwhile, A. Attwood (SDLP) accused Sinn Fein of playing games over the current suspension. Film report.

Jane Kennedy (NIO Minister) has decided to abolish the eleven plus.

In Courts today, Richard McCarton charged with having equipment likely to be useful to terrorists in East Belfast. Film report.

In East Belfast, a lodge meeting ending in an internal Orange row. Film report on the meeting and issues involved around Rev. Mervyn Gibson, a member of the Loyalist Commission.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 31st Oct 2002
Duration: minutes
13 mins 26 secs
DVD Number:
D04340
Tape Number:
252
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Belfast courts, three UDA men have appeared on extortion charges, but first story deals with bomb hoaxes in Belfast.

Then report on three UDA men in courts, all from Tiger's Bay area, they are Raymond Crooks (43), Gordon Davidson (29) and Samuel Davidson (44).

Also in North Belfast last night, the UDA admitted it shot one of it's own members, Davy Mahood, in Ballysillen. Film report on growing UDA divisions in North Belfast, with comments of Sam Duddy (UDA spokesman), then reaction from expelled UDA man, John White.

In Derry, a hoax bomb was left outside the shop of Helen Quigley (SDLP, Cllr). Film report with Quigley comments blaming Republicans.

In Courts, a former NIO porter believed to be at the heart of spying at Stormont has been released on bail. Report on William McAssey's (44) appearance.

Next report covers the anti-social behaviour across Northern Ireland last night during Halloween celebrations. Film report from Caledon with Alwyn Barton's (PSNI, Insp.) comments.

Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) held meetings with pro and anti-Good Friday Agreement politicians today. Film report on issues covered with reaction from D. Trimble (UUP).

In Derry's Waterside area last night the PSNI say a Roman Catholic man and his protestant girlfriend were subjected to a sectarian attack by Loyalists. Film report with Dawson Cottons (PSNI, Supt.) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 1st Nov 2002
Duration: minutes
10 mins 25 secs
DVD Number:
D04370
Tape Number:
252
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
True Spies
Programme Title:
Part 2: Something Better Change
Description:
Peter Taylor looks at the secret services' handling of left and right-wing groups in the UK during the 1970s and 1980s; including the National Front's M.Tyndale, and the miners strike.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Sun 3rd Nov 2002
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD Number:
D04350
Tape Number:
252
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland



Series Title:
We Were Brothers
Programme Title:
Part 1: