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Series Title:
Cabinet Confidential:
Programme Title:
1973
Description:
A look at the secret government papers released under the 30 year rule. Programme contains archive film clips of the Sunningdale talks; the Border Poll; Liam Cosgrave's meeting with Ted Heath; bombs in London; recollections of G.Kelly (SF); the arms ship Claudia seized; June 28th elections; news clip (16/07/73) about the arrest of Gerry Adams; Ken Bloomfield on the religious imbalance in the Civil Service; Brian Faulkner's idea for an all-Ireland Special Branch; film of the Loyalist Workers Strike; Francis Pym becomes Secretary of State; fall of Power Sharing and interviews with the main figures of the time. (See, http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/).
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 1st Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD No.
D04930
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
589



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Ardoyne: The Untold Truth
Description:
The Ardoyne commemoration project's film shows the photographs of all the people from their district killed in 'the Troubles' giving the circumstances of their death and interviews with family or friends.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
not broadcast
Channel:
Indep. DVD
Date Broadcast:
Thu 1st Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD No.
Tape No.
302A
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
684



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Lifting a Dark Cloud: the Kathleen Thompson Story
Description:
On 6 November 1971 soldiers of the Royal Green Jackets regiment of the British army shot dead Kathleen Thompson (47) a mother of six. This is the story of the events surrounding her killing.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
not broadcast
Channel:
PFC Indep.
Date Broadcast:
Thu 1st Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD No.
Tape No.
303A
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
688



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Banbridge, six people are being questioned by PSNI following the beating to death of a local twenty-nine year old man, film report with Joan Baird's (UUP Councillor) comments.

In Belfast's Village area a man is seriously ill after being attacked with a hammer, film report.

In Carnmoney, North Belfast the army has been called to deal with a suspect device at a house, film report views two pipe bombs being made safe at a Coleraine bar. According to confidential papers releasing for 1973, Brian Faulkner (former Unionist Leader) supported the idea of an all-Ireland Special Branch, film report previews news stories of 1973, documentary follows next.

(6.30 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Thu 1st Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 41 secs
DVD No.
D04930
Tape No.
280
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5190



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
J. Donaldson, A Foster and N. Beare, the dissident UUP MLA's all join the DUP. Paisley says it's a great day for Unionism. Film report from Stormont, press conference with Donaldson's remarks criticising D. Trimble, then A. Foster's views, followed by Paisley's comments that armed terrorists won't be back in the Northern Ireland Government. Darren Nesbitt (UUP) replies, meanwhile Alec Maskey (SF) says the Good Friday Agreement must not be re-negotiated, and Sean Farren (SDLP) calls for a renewal of the agreement in the review, then in the studio, Ken Reid gives his analysis of today's events and the effects on the government and parties involved.

The UFF have issued a statement saying they won't tolerate they way Prison Officers (Pos) are treating their prisoners. Film report from UFF press conference and history of recent Loyalist protests, then Finlay Spratt's (POA) reaction, then Sammy Duddy's (UPRG) views. Finlay Spratt is meeting his Unions Executive and he warns they might increase their industrial actions over their security needs.

In courts, two men Rodney Clarke (34) and Ralph Phillips (40) and two women Joanne McMullan and Tracy Marshall (26) were charged with the murder of Adrian Thompson (29) in a Banbridge Loyalist housing estate at the New Year. Film report.

The British Government has announced it will spend £4,000,000 renovating the Old Crumlin Road jail in Belfast which closed in 1996. Film report covers possible future uses for the prison site, with views of Ian Pearson (Northern Ireland Office, Minister).

Chris Ryder's (Author) new book on the RUC called Fatal Split, deals with the anti-Catholic ethos within the RUC from the beginning, and how many RUC officers told Hunt Inquiry in 1969, they were tools of the Unionist Government. Ryder says forcing an Orange march down the Garvaghy Road in 1996 was the final nail in the RUC's coffin.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 5th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
15 mins 40 secs
DVD No.
D04940
Tape No.
280
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5191



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At Belfast Crown court today, it's been alleged missing South Armagh man Garett O'Connor was a police informer and he was responsible for the arrest of four RIRA men in Coalisland in 2002, as they prepared a rocket launcher attack. Film report with review of G. O'Connor disappearance in 11th May 2003, the four men were names as Donal Mullan, Sean Dillon, Barry Murphy and Brendan O'Connor, and the Crown is expected to issue a National Immunity Certificate about O'Connor's police informer role at the upcoming trial.

In Co. Tyrone, a coroner conducting inquests into ten killings in the area has finally been granted Ministry of Defence permission to view Security Forces stake out tapes of the scene at the home of Roseanne Mallon killed by the UVF in 1994 in Dungannon. Film report details the other SAS killings the coroner is investigating include 1991 killings of three IRA men in Coagh, 1992 killing at Clonoe Church of four IRA men, and in Moy, the killings of Jack and Kevin McKearney in 1992. Outside the court, Christine Mallon gives their families reactions, followed by Michelle Gildernew's (SF, MP) reactions. Peter Robinson (DUP) and a city Councillor, Ruth Patterson have been convicted of blocking the Albertbridge Road last year for a children's party, when he was Roads Minister in the Executive. Film report with both commenting on their absoluted discharge.

In Broughshane, Co. Antrim, the PSNI arrested three men after a robbery at a local shop. Film report with comments of local butcher, Terry McAllister and Lexie Scott (UUP, Cllr).

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 6th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D04940
Tape No.
280
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5192



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PSNI have issued warning about opening your door at night after three more robberies overnight. Film report first from Fintona home of George Burke who tells what happened. Then comments of George Douglas (PSNI, Insp.) from Omagh. Then report from Clara Park in East Belfast burglary at eighty five year old's home, with S. Wilson's (DUP) reaction.

At Stormont, the Alliance Party has announced it's proposals for the upcoming review of the Good Friday Agreement, which include reducing the number of MLA's and in total forty other changes. Film report with comments of David Forde on 'weighted majorities', then report also covers today's launch by the British Government of the new Monitoring Commission to examine Paramilitary Ceasefires with the hostile reaction from A. Maskey (SF).

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 7th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 34 secs
DVD No.
D04940
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5193



Series Title:
Prime Time
Programme Title:
The Garda - the Force of the Law
Description:
Investigation into recent cases in the Republic of Ireland where the police are suspected of perjury and excessive force against members of the public. There are demands for a Northern Ireland style Police Ombudsman to investigate the Garda.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 8th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
47 mins
DVD No.
D04940
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
590



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In South Belfast's Village area, a pregnant Pakistani woman's home was subject to a racist attack hours after she moved in. Film report with Darren Jones' (PSNI Inspector) views, then Davy Carlin (Anti-racist Network) comments, on their proposals to meet Loyalist Commission about the attacks, then Dr Mamoun Mobayed (Northern Ireland Muslim Family Assoc.) comments on psychological damage of racist attacks.

The Government today announced proposals to deal with juvenile anti-social behaviour here. Film report on Asbos, already used in England with comments of John Spellar (Northern Ireland Office, Justice Minister) and Paddy McIntyre (Housing Executive) welcomed the new laws.

In the courts, those accused of killing Adrian Thompson in Banbridge applied for bail, only Joanne McMullan succeeded.

In Portadown, a man has escaped injury in a gun attack on his home.

In Lisburn courts, Michael Doherty (20) was charged with attempted murder following a shooting in Derriaghy in July 2002 when a shotgun was used.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 8th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 15 secs
DVD No.
D04940
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5194



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Killough schoolboy Jordan Murdoch (14) is feared drowned after being sweep into the sea at the harbour. Film report with David Hackett's uncle Tommy Leckey interview on the failed rescue attempts. Then Richard Newell's (Coastguard) comments, then comments of Fr. Kieran Whiteford (local priest).

In Milltown Cemetery, the army dealt with a hoax device at the Republican Plot where the headstones had earlier been damaged. Film report includes interview with Michael Browne (SF, Cllr), then Liam Shannon (National Graves Association) says the same thing happened in January 2000.

The Health Union, Unison has hit out at attacks here on phillipino nurses working in Belfast, the lastest attack was on Donegal Road at the weekend. Film report with Pamela Dooley's (Unison Rep) remarks.

In Courts, the trial begins of Craigavon man, Roy Heaney charged with the October 2001 murder of Peter McNally. Film report on days proceedings.

At the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, two former PIRA Vols and one former OIRA Vol have been given anonyminity when giving evidence to Lord Saville.

David McNarry (UUP MLA) has asked for Shadow Committee of MLA's to monitor the work of Northern Ireland Office Ministers during direct rule. Film report with D. McNarry's views and critical reaction from Conor Murphy (SF) and Sean Farren (SDLP), but S.Wilson (DUP) liked the idea.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 12th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins
DVD No.
D04940
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5195



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Jordan Murdoch's drowning at Killough harbour now twenty-four hours after he fell in, film report with live report from the harbour, as official search ends, coastguard Rickard Newell's comments, then principal of St. Pats Grammar school Dermot Mullan comments, then Peter Craig (Councillor) comments on the vandalised life belts missing at the harbour, then live interview with Mick Mooney from the Community Association who says locals will continue with the search themselves.

(6.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Mon 12th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 35 secs
DVD No.
D04940
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5196



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in London the government is talking to the Prison Officers Association to try and avert a strike here over officers personal security. Film report with Finlay Spratt's comments, and review of background to the problem.

A real IRA website has been removed from the internet following complaints from the Omagh relatives. Film report with Michael Gallaghers reaction.

The DUP says it will meet the Irish Government before the Good Friday Agreement review starts. Film report from Ken Reid also covers J. Donaldson now a DUP MP's first question to Tony Blair. Then P. Robinson comments on the devolution the DUP wants in an interview and talks with Dublin. Then further comments from Ken Reid on the DUP's plan to talk to Dublin Government in London and the postponement of the Good Friday Agreement review until February 3rd.

David Wright, the father of LVF leader, Billy Wright, wants to meet T. Blair to demand the Corry report into his son's killing be published. Film report with D. Wright interviews says National Security doesn't apply in his son's case.

In Armagh the car of Cathy Donnelly, a catholic member of the local District Policing Partnership has been set on fire. Film report with Paul Berry (DUP, MLA) reaction. Then views of Des Rea (Policing Board, Chairman) and Jim Speers (Local DPP, Chairman) views.

In Belfast, the Ormo bakery is due to close down. Film report with Pat McCarthy's (SDLP) views on a future use of the site.

In Killough, members of Kilkeel's Green family who lost three family members in a boating incident visited the family of Jordan Murdoch.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 14th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
17 mins 30 secs
DVD No.
D04940
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5197



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Overnight Loyalists prisoners in Maghaberry jail rioted causing £ ½ million damages and injuring eighteen warders. Film report with Marcus Lewis' (POA) comments, then views of Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief constable) on linked Loyalist pipe bombs found in Belfast; followed by views of Stanley Fletcher (Loyalist Prisoners Aid Group spokesman), followed by Jackie McDonald's (Senior UDA man) views, then I. Paisley Jnr's (DUP) reaction. Meanwhile in London the Government met the POA for talks to avert a prison officer strike. Film report with Colin Moses (POA, General Secretary) views, and review of Prison Officer's security grievances, then Finlay Spratt's (POA) comments. In the studio, Alan Murray (Security Journalist) gives his assessment of current trouble in prisons.

Speaking at St Malachy's College, Belfast, Gerry Adams (SF, President) blamed Blair and the British Government for the stalled peace process and the increased DUP vote. Film report on his speech. Meanwhile in London, Tony Blair demanded movement from Republicans on ''ambiguity''.

In West Belfast the homes of Paul Butler (SF, MLA) have been attacked with ball bearings by loyalists. Film report with P. Butler comments, the report on ball bearing attack on the home of Fra McCann (SF, MLA) in the Falls area.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 14th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 45 secs
DVD No.
D04950
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5198



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Alec Maskey (SF) and Gregory Campbell (DUP) discuss the possible outcomes of the forthcoming Review of the Good Friday Agreement. The programme also looks at the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) in the Lagan Valley constituency following Jeffrey Donaldson's defection to the DUP.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 15th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D04950
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
591



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The UDA has been blamed for thirteen bomb hoaxes in Belfast. Film report on traffic chaos and abandoned vehicles' locations with Wesley Wilson's (PSNI Chief Superintendent) comments, then G. Kelly's (SF) views on the UDA campaign.

Meanwhile the Government has come to an agreement with the Prison Warders Association ending the threat of a possible strike. Film report on the terms of the agreement with Finlay Spratt's (POA) reaction.

In Killough, Mary Murdoch, the aunt of Jordan Murdoch swept out to sea and drowned last Sunday says she hopes today's search will find his body. Film report.

In the courts, an RUC man was jailed for perverting the course of justice. Sgt. David Candell had served for nineteen years and received five commendation. Film report on nine months sentence.

The Dunmurray Branch of the UUP with fifty members has resigned on-mass from the party following J. Donaldson's resignation from the UUP.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 16th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 52 secs
DVD No.
D04950
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5199



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Ian Paisley Snr (DUP Leader), has announced he's to step down as a Euro MEP. Film report from Ken Reid reviews his twenty-five years on MEP, including his clash with the Pope, then Paisley announces his resignation to attend the upcoming GFA review talks, then D. Trimble's (UUP) reaction, then M. McLaughlin (SF) views. Then Ken Reid speculates on his possible successor.

Nuala O'Loan (Police Ombudsman) has issued a damming report into the LVF murder in mid-Ulster of GAA Official, Sean Brown. Special Branch didn't pass on information about the killers to the CID team. Film report on May 1997 killing at Bellaghy, with N. O'Loan's comments, ''no honest effort'' was made by the RUC, list of RUC errors given. Then Damien Brown comments on the family's reaction. Hugh Orde (PSNI, Chief Cons.) apologises and offers re-investigation.

In Cookestown, Tony Quinn (District Police Partnership) had his home bombed overnight. Film report with Tony Quinn interview, then reaction from Patsy McGlone (DPP, Chairman) and Eamon Foy (PSNI, Insp).

In Killyleagh, Co. Down, the UDA is being blamed for a pipe bomb attack near the home of a prison officer and for two hoax devices at Catholic schools in North Belfast. Film report.

In London, today B. Ahern and Tony Blair announced the Good Friday Agreement review would begin on February 3rd. In the studio, Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) comments on the chances of a breakthrough despite the politicians playing hardball, he also condemns the recent UDA street and prison actions. An SDLP Cllr, Billy Leonard (former Protestant Lay Preacher and RUC man) has joined Sinn Fein. Reaction from M. McLauglhin (SF).

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 19th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
16 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D04950
Tape No.
281
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5201



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, the family of Pat Finuance have won the first legal battle in their efforts to force the British Government to publish the Corry Report into Pat's killing. Film report on collusion case, with Martin Finucane's comments.

The Government is set to announce a new £40,000,000 hospital for Downpatrick. Overnight the homes of two Prison Officers in North Belfast and Dromara were attacked by Loyalists, while in Magaberry jail three Loyalist prisoners are reported to have gone on hunger strike. Film report with Stanley Fletcher (Prisoners Aid Network) views, then comments of Finlay Spratt (POA Spokesman).

In the dail, in Dublin, the justice committee has been meeting to discuss the Baron Report on the 1974 Dublin/Monaghan bombing, survivors and relatives appealed to the Commission to hold a public inquiry. Film report with Alice O'Brien (relative) comments, then Tom O'Brien, then Derek Byrne.

Nigel Warring (Newsletter, Editor) has quit after eleven months in the job.

The British Government is to study the new anti-rackets plans of it's adviser, Prof. Ron Goldstock for ways of dealing with counterfeit crime. Film report with Goldstock's comments on dealing with extortionists.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 20th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 42 secs
DVD No.
D04950
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5200



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Downpatrick to get new £41 million hospital. Film report with Angela Smith's (Northern Ireland Office Minster) comments, then views of Eddie McGrady (SDLP MP), and Cecil Maxwell (UUP Councillor), followed by Crawford Bell (Surgeon), and Phyllis McConnell (Nurse). Denise Fitzsimmons (Down Lisburn Trust Executive) comments, followed by her colleague Paul compton.

The loyalist prisoners hungerstrike at Magaberry prison is over. Film report.

In London Tony Blair (Prime Minister) has said the subject of paramilitary funding of political parties will be on the Good Friday Agreement review agenda next month. Film report from Ken Reid covers comments of David Burnside (UUP) parliament, meanwhile the SDLP has revealed it's review plans explained by Alex Attwood. In the studio, Ken Reid gives his analysis of the situation.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 21st Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 35 secs
DVD No.
D04950
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5202



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
In depth interview with Ian Paisley (DUP) on his decision to step down as a MEP; and his views on the forthcoming review of the Good Friday Agreement. A counterview is given by the journalist Malachy O'Doherty.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 22nd Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D04950
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
592



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Jane Kennedy (Northern Ireland Office Minister) has met the Ulster Political Research Group (UPRG), which speaks for the UDA to discuss the situation in Maghaberry jail, she says she told them pipe bombs and politics don't mix. Film report from Brian Rowan with comments of Jane Kennedy and Jackie McDonald (UDA), with review of UDA's activity over the last year.

Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) has met Brian Cowen in Dublin to discuss tactics for the GFA review. Film report with B. Ahern's comments.

(10.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Thu 22nd Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 55 secs
DVD No.
D04950
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5203



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Loyalist gunmen shoot Newtownards man (34) in legs in front of his six year old daughter. Film report with reaction from David McNarry (UUP MLA).

In Dublin B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) is to meet the UPRG for talks. Film report with Frank Gallagher's (UPRGS) statement on greater Irish sensitivity to Loyalism than British Government.

The RIRA's leader in Magaberry jail was released today to give evidence to the Bloddy Sunday Inquiry. Film report on Ciaran McLauglhin's evidence and that of Alec Thompson (Channel Four Presenter) and Lena Ferguson (BBC NI, Head of Programmes) on names of British Soldiers who they won't name.

West Belfast has a new tourist office as more tourists now inquire about the Troubles than the Titanic. Film report on Political Tourism with G. Adams (SF) and Paul Maskey (SF, Cllr) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 26th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 32 secs
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5204



Series Title:
Programme Title:
You Thought You Knew King William
Description:
Journalist Jim McDowell presents a profile of King Billy, as he examines fact and fiction; he also examines the Orange Order legacy today.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 27th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
593



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, breaking news police have uncovered their biggest find yet of cannabis here in Annahil near Hillsborough. A Loyalist Stewart Dallas (23) has been charged with attempted murder of Roman Catholic Paul Denvir with machete outside Bawnmores Boundary Bar. Film report.

In Belfast one thousand people attended an anti-racist rally at the City Hall. Film report with comments of Tom Gillen (ICTU), then William Smith (PUP) condemns racist attacks, then views of Sarah Boyce (Anti-racist Network) views.

At Westminister, Northern Ireland MP's are to vote against Blairs plans for introduction of tuition fees in Universities. Film report with Charle Clark's (Minister of Education, MP) views, Paul Willis (Liberal, MP) J. Donaldson (DUP) and D. Burnside (UUP).

In Belfast, an SDLP delegation met the Police Federation for the first time, afterwards a war of words followed. Film report with Alex Attwoods (SDLP) views accusing Federation of clinging to the post. Irwin Montgomery (Police Federation) gives his views.

Kilkeel UUP Branch of twenty six members has resigned from the party.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 27th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 52 secs
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5205



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PSNI have seized £3,000,000 worth of drugs in County Down and smashed a criminal gang's Spanish connection. Film report on yesterday's operation with George McCauley's (PSNI Detective Superintendent) comments. Meanwhile customs men under new proceeds of crime laws have seized £320,000 and seven million smuggled cigarettes, eight people were arrested and hand guns found. Film report with Jane Sait (Head of Customs) comments.

The PSNI have put on show a new explosive device being used by Loyalists. Sea flares are being turned into booby trap bombs. Film report covers recent use of the device at a Hannahstown GAA Club. Brendan McGuigan (PSNI Chief Supt.) comments eighty flares stolen from Dunmurray factory last year.

G. Adams (SF) has today denied that the PIRA funds Sinn Fein, he says the party resources itself. Film report with Adam's interview denying Michael McDowell's (Justice Minister, FF) and Tony Blair's (Prime Minister) accusations. He also comments on the upcoming Good Friday Agreement review and Sinn Fein's position on the review.

In Courts, Loyalist, Stewart Dallas (23) is granted bail for the machete attack yesterdayo on Roman Catholic, Paul Denvir in North Belfast. Film report reviews the case.

Also in the courts, Hugh Sheron (38) was accused of assaulting Michael Donnelly of RSF, in June 1998 in Derry.

In Eire, Paddy Clooney (Minister of Justice, 1974) has described the Baron Report on the Dublin/Monaghan bombings as worthless. Film report.

In West Belfast, PSNI have arrested four men in inquiries into PIRA punishment attacks in recent years.

The mother of Loyalist murder victim, Rosemary Nelson, has lodged papers in the High Courts to force the British Government to publish the Corry report into four murders involving collusion. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 28th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 33 secs
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5206



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Ian Paisley Snr (DUP) has held talks in London with B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister). Film report from Irish Embassy as talks continue; from Fearghal McKinney on what's likely to be said, and the significance of this first meeting.

In North Belfast's York, an explosive device was left at a Loyalist prisoners centre. Film report with Sammy Duddy's (UPRG) comments. A lorry driver, John Cunningham, (63) has been charged with the largest possession of Marijuana ever found in Northern Ireland at Annahilt on Tuesday. Film report is interrupted at the end to return to London where I. Paisley is speaking after leaving his meeting with B. Ahern. He outlines what he told Ahern and answers press questions.

BBC Journalists staged a walkout today over NUJ rolling protests about the Hutton report. Film report.

The Ulster Unionist Parties, Young Unionist Association has resigned from the Party. Film report on the defection with comments of Robin Ramsey (Young Unionists), the views of Mark Dunn, who says new Youth Wing will be formed by March 2005.

In Eire two of the IRA killers of Garda detective, Gerry McCabe, John Quinn and Michael O'Neill have failed in a High Court bid to get early release under the Good Friday Agreement.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 29th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 56 secs
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5207



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, David Trimble and David McNarry (UUP) have visited Magaberry prison today to talk to the Prison Governor, about the Loyalist protests. Film report with D. Trimble comments on the prison meeting and his reaction to Paisley's meeting with B.Ahern (Irish Prime Minster) yesterday.

In Killough, County Down for the third weekend in a row volunteers are to continue the search for drowned schoolboy J. Murdoch. Film report.

The PSNI have issued an update into their appeal for information on the 1 February 2003 killing of UDA man John Creig (43) and Robert Carson (25) in a UDA feud. Film report. The European Peace II programme has helped three thousand one hundred projects in Northern Ireland and the border area. Film report with views of Naula Kerr of the Euro Peace II Body, then Anne McVicker of the Woman's (MISSING) Scheme explains their scheme.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 30th Jan 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 58 secs
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5208



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, opening report Assets Recovery Agency has served a £145,000 tax demand on a Loyalist who isn't named.

From Killough, County Down the body of schoolboy Jordan Murdoch has been washed up on shore and found by Muriel Denvir. Film report with reaction from comments of Catriona Murdoch and Kerry's statement to the press. Then Muriel Denvie interview, then parish priest, Kieran Whiteford and Mick Mooney (Local Search Co-ordinator).

A UPRG delegation has met Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) at Hillsborough. Film report with comment from Tommy Kirkham calling for a prisons ombudsman to be appointed.

Mitchel Reece (US Special Envoy to Northern Ireland) has arrived in Northern Ireland for his first days work. Film report covers his comments to the press condemning violence and talking up the reviews chances of success. Report also examines parties latest remarks on the review and M. McLaughlin (SF) criticises the Government over the Northern Ireland Electoral register losing 28,000 names since November 2003. Ken Reid gives his analysis of the reviews chances of success and the format to be followed.

At the Saville Inquiry into Bloody Sunday Ivan Cooper (former Stormont MP) has told the Judges the names of former PIRA men he met before the Bloody Sunday march. They told him PIRA weapons wouldn't be in the Bogside during the march. Film report also includes his account of the shooting of unarmed civilian, Barney McGuigan.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 2nd Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 42 secs
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5209



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, coverage of the recovery of the body of J. Murdoch in Killough. Film report with comments of Jordan's aunt, Mary Murdoch, then Father Kiernan Whiteford, then views of Mick Mooney (Killough Community Association).

(6.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Mon 2nd Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 44 secs
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5210



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Paisley's Progress
Description:
Profile of the political life of Ian Paisley (DUP) and his journey from Unionist margins to Unionist mainstream; includes archive film clips; and interviews with political friends and foes.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 3rd Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
594



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Good Friday Review begins, DUP and Sinn Fein sit at same table, film report from Stormont from Fearghal McKinney, with Paisley's remarks going in, then G. Adams' (SF) comments, then D. Trimble (UUP) criticises DUP, then M. Durkan (SDLP) criticises the government's stance. Later, Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) and Brian Cowen (Irish Foreign Minister) give their comments on today's talks, then from Stormont, M. McGuinness (SF) gives an interview on today's review talks and what he sees as the Unionist position, he believes he can do business with the DUP despite their wishh to obstruct the review.

In other news in Bushmills a man has survived after being shot by Loyalists. Film report with Gary Crawford's (PSNI Det. Insp.) views, then comments of G. Campbell (DUP).

A foreign national has been charged with international terrorism and making funds available to facilitate terorism, he's in court tomorrow.

Lord Hutton (former Northern Ireland Lord Chief Justice) is to receive an honorary degree from the University of Ulster.

Then comes a live interview with Peter Robinson (DUP), he explains that sitting at the table of Sinn Fein is nothing new and they won't be negotiating with Sinn Fein, he gives his views on today's events rejecting the Good Friday Agreement which he says needs replaced, he criticises David Trimble and talks up his meeting with T. Blair (Prime Minister).

S. Wilson (DUP) has called on Nuala O'Loan (PSNI Ombudsman) to step down as a leaked survey shows policemen have little confidence in her. Film report with Wilson's remarks, the leaked report and A. Attwood's (SDLP) counterviews.

At the Saville Inquiry, in Derry, Ivan Cooper denies he's a fantastic liar over his evidence yesterday.

The strategic investment Board has announced a £2,000,000,000 upgrade for Northern Irelands roads, water services etc. Film report with Graham Gudgins (Economist) criticisms and comments.

Back in todays politics and analyst, Ken Reid gives his review of the tone of today's meeting and the importance of the party's meetings in Londong with Tony Blair. This time it's the DUP who represents Unionism not the UUP.



(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 3rd Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
18 mins 30 secs
DVD No.
D04960
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5211



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
RIRA leaves a bomb at a Derry British army base. Film report from Ballykelly with comments of David Hamilton (PSNI Superintendent).

John Hume (former SDLP Leader), is to step down as a MEP and says he won't stand for Foyle in next Westminster's election. Film report on his forty years involved in Northern Ireland politics, with his coments to the press, he highlights the 1998 referendum as the highlight of his career, then M. Durkan (SDLP) praises Hume, followed by his wife Pat's comments. Then film report reviews John Hume's career from Civil Rights days of 1960's, the founding of the SDLP in 1970 and his efforts to push Northern Ireland onto the world stage. In 1979 he's elected an MEP, then I. Paisley (DUP) comments on his working relationship with Hume, then report on his dialogue with G. Adams (SF) since 1988, the Hume/Adams dialogue began the movement towards a peace process. Eamon Phoenix gives his assessment of these talks. Film clip of Hume with Clinton in Derry in 1995 and the Nobel Peace Prize, the vox pop of Derry people's reaction, followed by Ken Reid assessment of John Hume and future of SDLP now and it's leadership contest ahead.

Sinn Fein has lost it's appeal against the governments removal of a £100,000 to help with it's election policies because their four MP's don?t take their seats. Film report.

Philippino man, Jabie Ofraziea, was charged in Belfast with making property and finance available to international terrorists. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 4th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 56 secs
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5212



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
David Trimble (UUP) discusses his plans for a political fightback against the DUP. He comments on Jeffrey Donaldson's defection to the DUP; the forthcoming review of the Good Friday Agreement; and the career of the recently deceased Harry West a former UUP leader. Other stories deal with the lack of Intergrated education in Northern Ireland; and the news that John Hume, former SDLP leader, is to retire from politics.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 5th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
595



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, report from London on Tony Blair's meeting with the DUP during which the DUP laid out their plans for a return to devolution here. Ken Reid reviews the meeting with comments afterwards from I. Paisley Snr. Then Ken Reid comments on the DUP proposals which say watered down power sharing with Sinn Fein might be possible if IRA decommissions. He also givs the reaction of Tony Blair to the proposals.

In Killough today the funeral tool place of schoolboy, Jordan Murdoch, whose body was recovered early in the week from the sea. Film report with sermon of Fr. Kieran Whiteford.

A Stormontgate defendant, Ciaran Kearney appearing in court with Denis Donaldson and William McCasey, had a charge against them dropped, Mr Kearney claimed in court that the RUC Special Branch had manipulated the collapse of the Stormont Executive. Film report.

Last night following a match between Linfield and Glentoran, armed men robbed Club Officials of £20,000. Film report with Jim Rodgers (UUP) comments, then views of Stafford Reynolds (Glentoran Chairman).

In the courts, alleged British agent 'StakeKnife' Fred Scapacetti has lost his bid to stop Sunday Life publishing extracts from a book about him. Film report on Martin Ingram's book and judge's ruling, with views of Martin Lindsay (Sunday Life Editor).

Two arrested in Kilcoo, Co. Down following kidnap. Report.

Paul Leighton (PSNI, Dep. Chief Cons.) says the police are re-assessing the RIRA threat following yesterday's Derry bomb attack. Film report from Policing Board meeting in Omagh with Paul Leighton interview, then reaction from I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) and Alex Attwood (SDLP).

Paul Murphy (US British Ambassador and Northern Ireland Secretary) opened Belfast's new US Consulate at Danesfort, Malone today. Brief report.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 5th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
16 mins 28 secs
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5213



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of funeral of Jordan Murdoch in Killough with comments of Father Kiernan Whiteford.

(6.30 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Thu 5th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 9 secs
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5214



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, DUP unveils it's plans for a return to devolution but Nationalists reject them even though British Government welcomes them. The proposals see Sinn Fein in diluted form of government here, without decommissioning in a corporate assembly model. Peter Robinson (DUP) comments, then Mark Durkan (SDLP) states why he rejects the idea, Conor Murphy (SF) calls it an attempt to return to politics of exclusion. Earlier D. Burnside (UUP) seems to support the plan but D. Trimble (UUP Leader) rubbished the plan in his remarks.

In Courts, UDA man, Thomas Pott (35) from Dover Street was jailed for three years for extortion and also in courts Drew Peden (18), the son of Andrew Peden who lost both legs in a punishment shooting got four years suspended for having a pipebomb. Film report reveals RUC Cons. Horner, has tried to cover up the bomb find.

In South Belfast, the UVF has stood down it's commander following serious of racist attacks. Film report with Alan Murray (Security Journalist) views, then Raymond McCord calls the move hypocrisy in his reaction, then views of Sarah Boyce (Anti-racist Network).

Former UUP Leader, Harry West has died aged 86. Film report reviews his life and politics with old film clips and comments of Ian Paisley Snr, then David Trimble (UUP Leader).

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 6th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 9 secs
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5216



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
South Armagh man Chris Comskey and two other people Michael McGough (35) and Angela Woods (43) were killed in a car crash in County Monaghan.

In Belfast, a man was stabbed on Belfast's Antrim Road, while in East Belfast a security man was stabbed by robbers, film reports.

In Derry a gang attacked a couple in their car and set it on fire.

M. McGuinness (SF Leader) has said the DUP talks proposals might represent a significant move by the DUP towards recognising the potential of the Good Friday Agreement but DUP must not be given a veto.

Eleven plus results announced today two weeks after Jane Kennedy (Northern Ireland Office Minister) announced the end of the eleven plus.

In Palace Barracks, a memorial service was held for all those killed in service since World War II.

(5.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 7th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 17 secs
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
282
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5215



Series Title:
Prime Time
Programme Title:
Part 2: Interview with Ian Paisley
Description:
Includes brief career profile of Ian Paisley (DUP); his views on the Stormont Executive; the Republic of Ireland's approach to Northern Ireland; Sinn Fein (SF); the IRA; decommissioning; his personal feelings towards Catholics; and the DUP's future after him.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 9th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
18 mins
DVD No.
D04980
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
596



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Neil Latimer (UDR 4 man) has swore at the judges after losing his appeal against his conviction for the murder in 1983 of Roman Catholic, Adrian Tarroll. Film report shows Latimer lunge at a Journalist outside the Court and hears comments from his lawyer, Joe Rice and his supporter, Ian Paisley Jnr.

RUC Special Branch has claimed that John Hume and the SDLP hierarchy at the time of Bloody Sunday were agents for the Irish Government. Film report on the claims made to the Bloody Sunday Inquiry. John Hume rubbished the claims.

In South Belfast an eighty four year old women was robbed.

In Crumlin a Presbyterian Church was daubed with Pro IRA slogans. Film reports.

Police and Firemen were attacked by stone throwers as they tackled a blaze at the old courthouse on Belfast's Crumlin Road. Film report discusses the future of historical buildings with comments of Barry Gilligan (owner) on previous attacks.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 9th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5217



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
The Leadership and Legacy of John Hume
Description:
Interview with John Hume (SDLP), including historical film clips; profiles his political career; with comments from his political friends and foes. In the studio journalists discuss the future of the SDLP.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 10th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD No.
D04980
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
597



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, relative asks did RUC Special Branch sacrifice a young Constable's life to protect an informer inside the IRA. Film report on 1992 Newry mortar attack that killed Colone McMurray and disabled Paul Slane, (who got George Cross three years ago at Hillsborough). J. Donaldson (DUP) explains the families claims, and Nuala O'Loan is to investigate Kevin Fulton's (informer) claims.

In the court Loyalist paramilitary, Thomas Finlay (29) is accused of robbing £20,000 during last weeks Glentoran/Linfield football match, at the Oval. Film report .

The Northern Ireland Office is to step up it?s law on hate crimes here. Film report with comments of John Spellar (Northern Ireland office Minister) and Patrick Yu of the (Ethnic Council of Northern Ireland).

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 10th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
5 mins 53 secs
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5218



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, two military bases, one in Aughnacloy, County Armagh and one at Clooney in Derry are to be closed. Film report.

The Government has been accused by it's watchdog, Northern Ireland Affairs Committee, at Westminster of bowing to terrorists pressure by allowing segregation of Loyalist and Republicans at Magaberry prison. Film report on the political considerations of the move with reaction from Jane Kennedy (Northern Ireland Minister) and then Finlay Spratt's (POA) criticisms, then in the studio, Alan Murray (Security Journalist) answers the question, who runs the prisons.

Hoax device found at Camlough.

The final witness at the Saville Inquiry, is due to give evidence tomorrow ending a key phase of the inquiry. Film report reviews the six years of Saville since 1998. It sat for four hundred and twenty days hearing nine hundred witnesses, with a final bill of £155,000,000 or more. Report reviews landmark days of testimony from Heath, General Rose, M. McGuinness and I. Paisley. It could be over a year before we get the final reports.

In Politics here, William McCrea (DUP) and Maurice Morrow (DUP) are to seek EEC nomination to replace Paisley. M. Durkan (SDLP) won't be an EEC candidate and Andy McGivern (Local Trade Unionist) is threatening legal action to force the Labour Party to organise here. Film report with Andy McGivern's comments.

Pat Ramsey's (former SDLP Mayor of Derry) home was the subject of a hoax bomb attack last night. Film report with Pat Ramsey's reaction against Dissident Republicans.

In the Courts, a charge of withholding information on the August 2003 murder of Danny McGurk by dissidents against Geraldine Devine (37) was withdrawn. Film report.

The Finucane family has announced it's to meet Sir John Stevens this month to relay their worries about his inquiry into Pat Finucane's murder in 1989.

The relatives of six men from the New Lodge area, shot dead by the British Army and Loyalists in February 1973 are to petition the United Nations to hold an inquiry. Film report from the Belfast City Hall news conference includes old Black and White film from 1973 and reviews November 2002 inquiry held by campaigners on the New Lodge with views of Paul O'Neill (campaigner), then Martin Morgan (SDLP, Lord Mayor) views, then Willie Loughran's (victim's brother) comments.

Mary McAleese (Irish President) has visited the Loyalist Kilcooley estate in Bangor, Co. Down. Film report with McAleese's comments in Community Hall. Earlier she met children at the Rudolph Steiner School in Hollywood, before that she visited a church service at Hollywood, Presbyterian Church. Film report includes her comments in Church Hall on friendship.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 11th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
20 mins 9 secs
DVD No.
D04980
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5219



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Martin McGuinness of Sinn Fein (SF), gives his response to the DUP's proposals for the future governance of Northern Ireland; and his views on decommissioning. A second programme item deals with the problems in achieving a new EU constitution and Ireland's role as current President of the EU.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 12th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D04980
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
598



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, report from Jamie Delargey reveals that an audit of the John De Lorean car factory finances showed £20,000,000 was paid to the receiver's lawyers. Film report with old film clips reviews the legal battles with views of Seamus Close (Alliance Party MLA), Billy Bell (UUP, MLA), then report from Fearghal McKinney reviews the success at the outset of the Delorean gull-winged car, with old film clips of the factory and John DeLorean interview, then review of the company's collapse and views of Reg Empey (UUP, MLA) on the whole affair. Tony Blair (Prime Minister) is coming under pressure from victim's group's here to make Col. Gaddafi (Libyian Leader) pay compensation to IRA victims here as he gave the IRA weapons and has paid compensation to Lackerbie victims. Film report covers Blairs upcoming meeting with Gaddafi and interview with William Frazier (FAIR Spokesman) and then Hazlett Lynch (Northern Ireland Terrorist Victims) together comments. The Reg Empey (UUP,MLA) supports the call.

In Craigavon courts the PSNI have applied to re-interview South Amagh electrician, Sean Howey about the Omagh bombing. Film report on the hearing as he's now on remand on related charges.

The Labour Party has decided not to organise in Northern Ireland.

A Republican Group, has protested outside PSNI Headquarters at Knock, on the anniversary of the murder of Pat Finucane. Film report.

In Courts, New Lodge man, Patrick Hutchinson (47) has been charged with possession of a rifle. Film report on 21st January 2004 arrest with Martin Evans (38) who got bail last week, Justice Coghlan refused Hutchinson bail.

In Dublin courts, the trial of three South Armagh men including, Aidan Grew on IRA membership charges has collapsed.

In Derry, Lord Saville today hears evidence from the Inquiry's last witness. Film report on evidence of anonymous witness named as PIRA 24 who was the PIRA leader in Derry on Bloody Sunday, he was forced to come by supeona.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 12th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 15 secs
DVD No.
D04980
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5220



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Opening titles missing, first story is a report on the ending of the Saville Inquiry into Bloody Sunday and the high costs involved estimated at over £150 million, with lawyers earnings profiled. G. Campbell (DUP,MP) criticises the money spent as wasted, but John Kelly (Bloody Sunday relatives Spokesman) rejects his comments, then Prof. Angela Hegarty (Bloody Sunday Trust) criticises the motives of the DUP, then in a studio interview, Eamon McCann (Journalist and Former CRA Leader) outlines his views on the Saville Inquiry and the costs involved and what the inquiry has learned over it's duration.

In Derry, overnight the home of Denis Bradley (Policing Board Vice-Chairman) was attacked with three petrol bombs. Film report with Denis Bradley's reaction and comments of Richard Russell (PSNI, Chief Supt.), then reaction from M. McLauglhin (SF) rejecting his criticism of Sinn Fein's attitude to policing.

The family and lawyers of Patsy Kelly, murdered in Fermanagh in 1973 by an alleged rogue UDR patrol have criticised PSNI efforts in their new investigation and have sought a judicial review of Hugh Orde's (Chief Constable) decision not to use an outside force. Film report on today's court ruling with old 1973 film clips.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 13th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 53 secs
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5221



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of ending of Saville Inquiry into Bloody Sunday in 1972. Live report from Guildhall in Derry, has old film clips, film of Tony Blair's (Prime Minister) announcing of an inquiry, comments at time Inquiry could cost £10 million, now estimates costs at £155,000,000. G. Campbell (DUP) criticises the costs and the inquiry itself, then Liam Wray (Victim's relative) gives his views on the costs issue as they see it and his views on the inquiry process to date. The reporter then lists how the Inquiry has entered the record books. C. Clarke's (Council for Inquiry) opening speech lasted forty two days. Approximately fourteen (MISSING) words spoke during the inquiry, nine hundred and nineteen witnesses gave evidence, then reporter speculates on when Lord Saville will ever issue his final report and journalist views of the inquiry process and it's ability to get the truth, none of the soldiers legal teams during the inquiry argued that any of the dead was armed, reporter believes their defence will be, victims wre shot by accident.

(6.30 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Fri 13th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 42 secs
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5222



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
A Boatload for Brownlow
Description:
Profile of the loyalist drug trade, with comment from the Spainish police, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), the mayor of Craigavon, Ignatius Fox, and profile of loyalist drug trader Gary Marlow, his family history, his contacts, his killings, and the views of the PSNI.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 16th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
24 mins
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
599



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Profile of teenage suicide crisis in North Belfast as another teenager Brendan Cairns, who hanged himself after attending the funeral of his friend Anthony O'Neill, who also hanged himself. In Ardoyne, both families blame punishment attacks by the INLA. Film report with his mother, Angela Cairns, comments and his father George, then O'Neill's sister, Tracey Carnaghan's views on her brothers ordeal followed by Fr. Aidan Troy's comments on the mood in Ardoyne.

Next report profiles the contents of tonight's Insight programme which follows the cannabis trial from Spain to Northern Ireland and the UFF connections involved. Chris Moore interviews George McCarthy (PSNI Det, Supt.) and shows secret film of drugs baron, Gary Marlow at his Spanish Villa, he and UFF man, Stephen Harbinson are named as the drug importers to Northern Ireland. Chris Moore commets on his programme.

Next report summarises the four weekend attacks on elderly people here in their homes.

On 30th July 2001, Paul Cochrane (18) shot himself in Armagh UDR barracks, today his family have rejected the findings of an army report on his death calling it a whitewash. Film report with the views of Billy Cochrane (Father). The report rejects any notion that the command style of Col. Tim Collins had anything to do with Cochrane's suicide.

A former joyrider, Mark Hamill paralysed from the neck down makes an appeal to young people to stop joy riding. Film report on Mark's story and the Impact Project in Poleglass, West Belfast, attempts to reduce car crime. Michael Devine (Impact) comments on their efforts.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 16th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 45 secs
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5223



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Nuala O'Loan (Police Ombudsman) has ruled that PSNI was guilty of no misconduct in the PSNI raid on Sinn Fein's offices in Stormont. Film report on complaint lodged by Sinn Fein after Stormontgate and the questions Sinn Fein asked plus O'Loan's statement on the matter, then Conor Murphy (SF) gives his reaction to her findings.

In Ardoyne, North Belfast, the PSNI have recovered weapons and explosives they believe belong to the INLA. Film report with Sgt. Alan Jones (PSNI) comments, Fr. Aidan Troy believes the find is a reaction by local people against the so called community policing of the INLA, which has resulted in fifteen suicides this year.

The Policing Board is expected to announce tomorrow it's new police academy will be in Cookstown. Film report with views of Billy Armstrong (UUP, MLA) and William McCrea (DUP) and Patsy McGlone (SDLP, MLA), then Franci Molloy's (SF, MLA) views followed by local businessmen and John McConnell (CBI man) and other local opinion.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 18th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 14 secs
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5224



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Jonathan Adair, son of Johnny Adair (former UFF Leader) and two other Shankill Road men have been convicted in Bolton, England on drugs charges. The other two men are Ben Dowie (22) and William Truesdale (40).

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 20th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
??
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
283
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5225



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Five people have been killed in a bus crash in Dublin city centre. Film report with comments of Bertie Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) at the scene.

Hugh Orde, has said the PIRA was involved in the beating and abduction of Belfast man Bobby Tohill last night. Film report says Tohill was former INLA prisoner and Republican Dissident. H. Orde calls it a PIRA ceasefire, then political reaction from Alan McFarland (UUP, MLA) and Alex Attwood (SDLP, MLA), then I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) and Sinn Fein statements on the matter. Next report is from the SDLP party conference from Ken Reid who details the speech of it' s leader, Mark Durkan on their poor last election results, he calls for a recruitment campaign and issues his message to DUP and SF on a way forward.

(5.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 21st Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 21 secs
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5226



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Above Suspicion
Description:
Programme looks at the court case against dissident republicians, Martin Brogan and Mark Carroll, which collapsed when the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) withheld evidence from defence lawyers. In addition the PSNI tried to put pressure the forensics service to prevent evidence against a third man, K. Byrne, who was a police informer, from being discovered. Also has interview with Kevin Winters the solicitor representing the accused.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 23rd Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
600



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In courts four men are charged with kidnapping dissident Republican Bobby Tohill. Film report names the men as Liam Reaney (30), Gerard McCrory (32), Harry Fitzsimons (35) and Thomas Tolan (32), all are from West Belfast. They will appear again on March 22nd.

Meanwhile the political fallout continues, D. Trimble (UUP leader) called for Sinn Fein to be thrown out of the review. Then P. Robinson's (DUP) reaction. M. McGuinness (SF) refused to accept the incident puts pressure on them, but M. Durkan (SDLP) says they believe the Chief Constable's views.

In Dundalk, the coroner has granted a six week adjournment to the inquest into Jean McConville. Film report on the reasons for the family's with Ronan Maguire (coroner) comments and views of Michael McConville.

The Finucane family today held their first meeting with Sir John Stevens and told him they wanted a full public inquiry. Film report on the Pat Finucane case to date and hears the comments of Geraldine Finucane on what Stevens should do, then Sir John Stevens comments and then views of Jane Winter (British Irish Rights Watch). Stevens says he has interviewed the agent 'Stake Knife'.

Next report previews Insight Programme about the case of South Down men Martin Brogan and Mark Carroll where forensic evidence was comprised and the charges dropped, Kevin Winters (Solicitor) comments.

The SDLP is to hold a conference to begin reorganisation. Film report from Ken Reid examines the options facing the SDLP with views of Sharon Haughey, Alastair McDonnell, Patsy McGlone and Patricia Lewesley.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 23rd Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
15 mins 21 secs
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5227



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, the two governments have said no sanctions will be used against Sinn Fein, despite the Bobby Tohill kidnapping. Film report with Paul Murphy's (Northern Ireland Secretary) views, then Brian Cowen's views, then reaction from I. Paisley Snr (DUP), M. McGuinness (SF) views. Meanwhile Irish Prime Minister gives interview to Ken Reid on possibility of Sinn Fein being in Southern coalition government and why he feels they could be in Northern Ireland Government if the IRA leaves the scene and the review works. Then Ken Reid analysis on today's events.

The UDA is to extend it's ceasefire indefintely. Film report with T. Kirkhamand F. Gallagher (UPRG) comments, then political raction from M. McGuinness (SF), D. McNarry (UUP), A. Attwood (SDLP) and P. Robinson (DUP), then B. Ahern views.

In Courts, report on R. McMasters (UVF) trial for Ballycastle bomb attempt two years ago.

G. Kelly (SF) gives his reaction to last night's Insight Programme.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 24th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 43 secs
DVD No.
D04990
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5228



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
At Westminster, D. Trimble (UUP Leader) threatens his party will walk out of the Good Friday Agreement (GFA) review, if governments don't take sanctions against Sinn Fein. Film report from Ken Reid on latest review crisis, with P. Robinson's (DUP) reaction.

In Dublin, M. McGuinness (SF) met B. Ahern he says Irish Government should defend Sinn Fein's role in the process. In the Dail, B. Ahern calls for an end to punishment attacks.

Names of four young men killed in yesterday's road accident named as Graham Waring (17), Joe McDonald (19), Ian Curry (18) and Phillip McMurray (19). Film report on the Co. Antrim accident. McMurray's step mother was killed by an IRA mortar in Newry in 1992. J. Donaldson (DUP, MLA) comments then views of Alastair McReynolds (Lisburn Institute, Director).

Unionist politicians have been called hypocrites by relatives of UVF murder victims, for calling for the removal from talks over Tohill incident yet saying nothing when the UVF killed their relatives. Film report reviews the case of the 1998 killing of Raymond McCord and in 2000 killing of David McIlwaine and Andrew Robb and a few months ago the killing of John Allen from Ballyclare all by the UVF with comments of John Allen Snr, Ann Robb and Raymond McCord Snr, who want the PUP expelled from the talks.

Tommy Campbell, the son of RUC Sgt. Joe Campbell, shot dead in Cushendall on 25 February 1977 has appealed for information about his father's death as the Police Ombudsman announces she'll begin an inquiry into the RUC role in his death. Film report with old film clips and Tommy Campbell on the role of an RUC rogue officer.

In Derry, three women have escaped in petrol bomb attacks on two different homes. Film report with Bob Torrens (PSNI Insp.) comments, then views of Gerry Diver (SDLP, Cllr).

Prince Phillip visited Northern Ireland today on a one day visit.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 25th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 18 secs
DVD No.
D05000
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5229



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Loyalists appear mystified as to why a Loyalist pub on York Road was bombed last night. Film report from Alexander Bar where no one was injured and comments of Sammy Duddy (UPRGS), then Nelson McCausland's (DUP MLA) views. The British Irish Prime Ministers have increased pressure of Sinn Fein leaders following the Tohill kidnapping. In Dublin B. Ahern says he always assumed G. Adams was in the IRA and Tony Blair's comments on IRA Paramilitarism. Film report includes reaction from G. Adams to Ahern's remarks, he denies IRA membership.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 26th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 8 secs
DVD No.
D05000
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5230



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, David Burnside (UUP MLA) has called on D. Trimble (UUP Leader) to resign as he's a vote loser. Film report with Burnside's criticisms, Trimble's response, and speculation on who could succeed Trimble as leader.

I. Paisley Snr (DUP Leader) met the PSNI Chief Constable today, and was told IRA charges against the Tohill kidnappers were dropped because the IRA is on ceasefire. Film report with Paisley's angry reaction, then P. Robinson views on the IRA ceasefires current status.

The Newsletter has appointed Austin Hunter as it?s new editor, he's currently the PSNI Director of Public Relations. Film report.

In the courts, two Armagh men Raymond Heaney (31) and Hugh McGough (49) got nineteen years in jail for killing Craigavon man, Peter McNally in October 2001, in a punishment shooting gone badly wrong. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 27th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 56 secs
DVD No.
D05000
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5231



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Address by Gerry Adams at the Sinn Fein (SF) Ard Fheis
Description:
Speech deals with the changes achieved by Sinn Fein (SF) over the last 100 years; he attacks David Trimble (UUP), the British government, and the Human Rights Commission. Adams also comments on global issues like poverty, Iraq, Palestine, the EU, and corruption within the Irish government.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sat 28th Feb 2004
Duration: minutes
50 mins
DVD No.
D05000
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
601



Series Title:
Leargas:
Programme Title:
The Forgotten Force
Description:
The families of Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) officers who died during the War of Independence (1919-21) recall their stories; with a close look at the Soloheadbeg Ambush and the killing of two Constables by IRA member Dan Breen; also a profile of RIC men Waters and Bright whose bodies were never found; and the Corduff family recall their grandfather. (In Irish with English subtitles.)
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 1st Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
26 mins
DVD No.
D05000
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
602



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief Constable) refuses to back down on his claim the PIRA kidnapped Bobby Tohill last week. Film report, with photo of injured Tohill, and Orde's comments on the kidnap and the IRA threat at present. Currently, Trimble (UUP) is meeting Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) on the Tohill affair. Film report with Trimble's comments on what he expects the government to do.

Seven police officers have had charges against them of causing the death of alleged joy rider in May 2001, Raymond Boyle (21), dropped. Film report names two officers as Derek Rothwell and Stephen Thompson (46) and hears views of Terry Spence (Police Federation), then views of Dave Wood (Police Ombudsman Office).

In courts, the family of murdered solicitor, Pat Finucane and Rosemary Nelson have failed in a legal action to force the government to publish the Cory Report into their deaths. Film report hears case details and then reaction of G. Finucane, then views of David Wright (Father of LVF Leader, Billy Wright) who also supported the legal effort.

Also in courts, Assets Recovery Agency was granted court orders freezing criminal assets of £500,000. Film report with Alan McQuillan (Agency Head) comments on their targets in East Belfast and South Armagh, review of Jim Johnstone case in May 2003 then preview of new anti-money laundering laws which come into existence today with Tom Penman's (Accountant) views on what the laws mean for his trade.

Next report from Ken Reid reviews the weekend's Sinn Fein Ard Fheis in Dublin and G. Adams speech which was bullish and concentrated on upcoming Southern elections and the peace process impasse, the elections chances of Sinn Fein are commmented on by Deaglan De Breadan (Journalist), then comments of Jim Gibney (SF) on peace process with clip from Alex Maskey's speech on Sinn Fein's outreach to Unionists programme and clip from Gerry Kelly's (SF) speech on policing, says Republicans would have to have a full role in Policing in Northern Ireland..

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 1st Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
15 mins 13 secs
DVD No.
D05000
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5232



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief Constable) says the PIRA carried out fifty punishment attacks in the last year, but their ceasefire is not broken. Film report on Policing Board meeting with comments of Orde, and reaction from Ian Paisley Jnr (DUP) and A. Attwood (SDLP). D. Trimble has been to Downing Street to ask Tony Blair to oust Sinn Fein from the Good Friday Agreement review talks. Film report with Trimble's comments after the meeting, where he calls on DUP also to leave the review talks with his UUP, followed by reaction from N. Dodds (DUP).

Meanwhile B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) says he will apppeal to the UUP to return to the review talks. Film report. Then analysis in the studio from Ken Reid on the current serious situation in the review process.

In Belfast's Brunswick Street, in a hostel, three men have been arrested after the body of man was found. Film report.

In the courts, two men have been charged with the October 2002 murder of A. McKinley, they are Barry Skinner (22) and Richard McCarton (27). The court heard the murder had nothing to do with the loyalist feud at the time.

The Presbyterian Church has elected Ken Newell (Fitzroy Minister) as it's coming Moderator from June. Film report and interview with Rev. Ken Newell on winding up paramilitary organisations and his friendship with Gerry Reynolds (Roman Catholic Priest).

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 3rd Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 2 secs
DVD No.
D05010
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5233



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Policing One Year On
Description:
The 50/50 Protestant/Catholic recruiting policy used by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) as seen through the eyes of four different applicants; also comment from Lord Laird (UUP), and Charles Casey (SF); Jane Kennedy, then NIO Minster, gives the government's view.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 4th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD No.
D05010
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
603



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in Coleraine a man survived a gun attack after leaving his house in Harpers Hill area, because the gunman's weapon failed to fire. Film report with Nigel Kyle's (PSNI Inspector) comments.

In Belfast's Ballysillen area, housing executive workers have left the area after threats from Loyalist terrorists. Film report with reaction from Maurice Johnston (Housing Executive) on the problem, then Frank McCoubrey's (UPRG, Cllr) reaction.

Under new anti-terrorism laws, in Hollywood Courts, four Loyalists were convicted of possessing LVF flags. Film report with Stehen Farry's (Alliance, Cllr) positive reaction to the conviction, the man will be sentenced later in the month.

In East Belfast, a pipe bomb found near a workmen's hut at Sandown Road has been defused. Film report.

Also in East Belfast's Braniel area, a couple were arrested following discovery of an £80,000 drugs haul.

In Dublin, Belfast, Protestant and Catholic children have joined up with Scottish children for a cross community tournament playing hurling, hockey and shinty. Film report shows children meeting Mary McAleese (Irish President) and comments of Sandra Coghill (Shinty coach) and Mark Watson (Hockey coach) and PJ O'Grady (Hurley coach) all comment on the tournament.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 5th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 29 secs
DVD No.
D05010
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5234



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, David Trimble survives a confidence vote on his leadership amongst his Stormont MLA's. Film report on his one vote victory with comments of anti-Trimble MLA David Burnside, and view of Trimble on the meeting.

In the courts, two men have been charged with murdering former RIR soldier, Eric Acheson in a Belfast hostel, they were names as Edward Beattie (35) and David McBratney (39). Film report.

Also in courts, a West Belfast motor mechanic, Joseph Clarke has been charged with an attack on Boxer, Eamon Magee, last week. Film report from Lisburn courts.

At a Dunmurray Travellers Caravan, a woman was stabbed in the hand and three shots fired at a caravan. Film report on travelling community dispute.

In Portrush, the army confirms engine trouble force a helicopter to land on the beach. Film clip of helicopter landing shown.

In London, the DUP met Tony Blair and told him Sinn Fein must face sanctions over recent PIRA actions. Film report from Ken Reid which ends early.(due to end of tape)

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 8th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 7 secs
DVD No.
D05010
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5235



Series Title:
Nationwide:
Programme Title:
The Maze, What Now?
Description:
Profile of The Maze prison's history and a look at plans for its future, with comments from D.Waterworth a retired Prison Officer, Gerry Kelly (SF), Tom Roberts (UVF), with archive film clips from events in 1971, also events in the H-Blocks, B.McFarlane, a former IRA OC, recalls the Hunger Strike and the 1983 mass escape. Programme also has views of academics, and government spokesman.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Wed 10th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05010
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
604



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in the courts Joseph Clarke has been granted bail on a charge of assaulting boxing champ Eamon Magee in a row over a snow man. Film report covers serious broken leg problem for Magee and background to the attack.

At St John's point, near Killough, the PSNI are reacting to a bomb warning. Film report.

In Belfast's Donegal Pass area, Loyalists are being blamed for circulating racist leaflets calling for Protestants to remove Chinese people from the area. Film report with reaction of Rev. Ian Hart (presbyterian minister), then Darrin Jones (PSNI Insp.) views, then reaction from Anna Lo (Chinese Welfare Associatio).

In London the SDLP has met Tony Blair, afterwards Mark Durkan comments on possibility of a plan B outside of the Good Friday Agreement. Film report includes report on David Ford (Alliance Party) meeting with the International Monitoring Commission (IMC) over possible sanctions against Sinn Fein.

In Co. Derry, a former RIR base is to be offered as a site for a new school. Film report.

The International Fund for Ireland has announced it has given over ?2,250,000,000 towards projects in Northern Ireland and the border counties. Film report on breakdown of figures and work of the fund with comments of William McCarter (Fund Chairman) and the opinions of young people who have benefited from it's schemes.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 10th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 35 secs
DVD No.
D05010
Tape No.
284
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5236



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Scared To Death
Description:
Programme looks at life in north Belfast along the peacelines; the high suicide rate among young men; 'punishment' shootings by paramilitaries; with comment from M.Morgan, then SDLP Mayor of Belfast, and the IRSP's Paul Little.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D05010
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
605



Series Title:
True Lives Special
Programme Title:
Who Kidnapped Shergar?
Description:
This documentary examines the 1983 kidnap of racehorse Shergar. Contains evidence from a former member of the PIRA, and Garda informer Sean O'Callaghan who claims that Kevin Mallon and Gerry Fitzgerald were the PIRA men involved. Comments also from Garda Chief Superintendent Sean Keely and various journalists who covered the story in 1983.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
50 mins
DVD No.
D05020
Tape No.
286
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
611



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Northern Ireland footballer Keith Gillespie has been charged in Spain with two Leicester team mates with rape. Film report.

Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief Constable) has warned the UDA the police won't tolerate another UDA feud, following shots being fired at the home of Johnny Adair's nephew Mark Adair. Film report from Summer Street house with Orde's comments.

In Larne, a pipe bomb thrown at a Catholic Families home was defused. Film report with reaction of Danny O'Connor (SDLP, Cllr) and then of Jack McKee (Dup, Cllr) follwoed by views of David Hanna (PSNI, Chief Insp.).

In Craigavon, six Catholic members of the District Policing Partnerships have been warned their lives are under threat from Republican dissidents. Film report with Dolores Kelly's (SDLP, MLA) reaction then views of Mark Hamilton (PSNI, Chief Insp.). Following a telephone bomb warning the police and army have been searching St John's point near Killough Co. Down, but nothing has been found. Film report.

At Ballymoney two armed men robbed the local post office.

Reg Empey (UUP, MLA) has withdrawn from his party delegation to the White House on St Patrick's Day, fuelling speculation he may challenge D. Trimble for the UUP leadership. Report.

Neil Latimer (UDR 4) has lost his appeal against his murder conviction of Adrian Carroll (24) in Armagh twenty one years ago. Film report with Latimers comments then Joe Rice's (solicitor) views.

In Derry, a policeman, S. McMullan has been charged with the attempted murder of his wife. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 11th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 48 secs
DVD No.
D05020
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5237



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Belfast woman Denise Gilroy survives the Madrid train bomb that killed one hundred and ninety-eight people. Film report and interview; while in Belfast Ruth Patterson (DUP councillor), the High Sheriff opens a book of condolences. In Dublin the embassy held a minute's silence while locals signed the condolence book, report makes a reference to the death in 1998 of a Spanish boy in the Omagh bombing, Gerry O'Doherty (Omagh's Vice Chairman Councillor) comments, then views of Michael Ginn of the Omagh business forum.

At Maghaberry prison journalists and cameramen where threatened by UDA men who tried to prevent photos of Andre Shourkri (UDA Chief) being taken on his release. Film report, looks back at May 2002 at high profile release of Johnny Adair (UDA), and gives details of charges Shourkri was convicted of.

David Ervine (PUP Leader) says he's shocked to find out the UVF are behind racist leaflet handed out in the Donegal Pass area this week. Film report on the leaflet entitled 'yellow invasion', with D. Ervine's comments, that you can't stand with him if you?re a racist.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 12th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 28 secs
DVD No.
D05020
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5238



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Loose Talk, The Scapatecci Case
Description:
This documentary examines the 'Cook Report' tape recording of Freddie Scapatecci, the alleged former head of internal security for the PIRA; Freddie Scapatecci comments on Martin McGuinness and the May 1986 killing of F.Hegarty; he also claims that 'spike' Murray is a senior PIRA man. Comment from dissident republican A.McIntyre.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 15th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05020
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
607



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, the Cory reports are to be published by the end of the month, so says a crown lawyer during a court case brought by the families involved.

A three minute silence has been observed across Europe for the Madrid train bomb victims, two hundred and one died, film report.

An SDLP Councillor and his son were assaulted in Derry at the weekend. Film report with Sean Carr's (Councillor) interview, he believes he was picked on because of his politics.

(6.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Mon 15th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 7 secs
DVD No.
D05020
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5239



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
The Super Dollar
Description:
Programme on the professional forgeries of US Dollar bills made by ex-KGB men and North Korean agents which are allegedly distributed in Europe by Sean Garland of The Workers Party.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 16th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
45 mins
DVD No.
D05030
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
609



Series Title:
Programme Title:
From Ardoyne to Arras: Inside the McAleese Presidency
Description:
Ireland's eighth President elected in 1997 is profiled using interviews with her family and friends; her bitter election campaign is discussed with journalists; and her efforts to befriend Northern Unionists is examined.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 16th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
63 mins
DVD No.
D05030
Tape No.
286
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
612



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
After 'Insight' last night, Sir John Stevens says he has interviewed the army agent Stake Knife. Film report with reactions, begins with journalists at Scap's home today, and review of his 'Insight' taped conversation, with Scap's response today.

Meanwhile, G. Campbell (DUP) wants M. McGuinness brought back to the Saville Inquiry, then Sir John Stevens comments he has interviewed Stake Knife but won't say anything about Scapacetti. Then speaking from Washington, M. McGuinness (SF) denies all the allegations of Scapacetti and blames the whole affair on the British Military who want to destabilise the peace process, then Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief Cons.) comments on the Stake Knife affair.

Also in the USA, Michael Reiss (Envoy) says policing here is the key to advancing the peace process, then Ken Reid gives his analysis of today's events and reaction in the USA.

In Tyrone, the coroner has said he wants a special unit to be setup to assist with Inquests into controversial killings in the period of 1991-1994. Film report on seven IRA deaths and three civilian victims of the UVF, reviews the history of the cases to date, with Peter Madden statement, then Paddy Mallon (both lawyers), then family relative, Martin Mallon's reaction, followed by relative, Roisin Ui Mhuiri.

In Belfast's lower falls, a mob attacked the PSNI, after an incident involving an eleven year old joy rider. Film report with Fra McCann's (SF, MLA) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 16th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
15 mins 45 secs
DVD No.
D05020
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5241



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
First story covers arrest of three people in Belfast city centre during St. Patrick's Day Parade, then next story covers the arrest of a man in Armagh today in connection with the Killing by the INLA of a British solder in Derby in April 1992. Film report reviews the killing of Sgt. Michael Newman.

In Limavady, a pipe bomb has been defused outside a house in an attack blamed on Loyalists. Film report with reaction from Dessie Lowry (SDLP, Cllr).

In Ballymena, a bomb hoax disrupted people going to mass at the Roman Catholic Church. Film report.

In Courts, John McCullough (41) has become the third man charged with the murder of ex-RIR soldier, Eric Acheson in a Belfast hostel two weeks ago.

In Washington's White House, George Bush (US President) told his guests that there could be no half way house between democracy and terrorism. He also said policing reforms here were working. Film report from Ken Reid with Bush's words, then G. Adams (SF) denying his party is under pressure over policing, then Peter Robinson (DUP) accepts the USA has a role to play in Northern Ireland. Then from Washington Ken Reid gives a report on what Bush said to local politicians in the private briefing about policing.

Back home, the government is to meet cigarette firm, Gallaghers, to discuss border security following the hijacking in Jonesboro last December of a lorry full of Cigarettes. Since then the firm exports to the Republic by sea. Film report with David Burnside (South Antrim UUP MP) reaction.

The mother of a Dublin born Irish Guardsman killed in Iraq used a St Patrick's day visit to Bessbrook army base to condemn the war. Also in Bessbrook was Princess Anne. Film report with May Malone interview, then comments of Lt. Col. Charle Knaggs (Irish Guards C/O).

At Belfast, St Patrick's Day Show, Shane McGowan and the Pogues played at the City Hall, but Unionist Councillors who refused to fund the event, criticise the event as Republican. Nelson McCausland (DUP, Cllr) comments but Martin Morgan (SDLP, Lord Mayor) rejected the criticism as does Irene Sherry (Organiser). Some parents criticise a drunk Shane McGowan, and pop group, Girls Aloud also played. Film report begins with inter-domination service at St Patrick's grave with Harold Miller's (Church of Ireland Bishop) views, then down councils, Sharon O'Connor's views followed by vox pop of locals and Kentucky tourist.

In Dublin 500,000 converging in the City centre, for a European themed parade. Film report with Maria Moynihan's (St Patrick's festival Director) remarks. Then vox pop of the public.

In Newry, 30,000 people attended the towns parade. Film report with Jackie Pattersons (Town Mayor) comments, then Benjo Brennan (Mountaineer) comments.

Next report comes from Armagh and Enniskillen with Pat O'Rawes (Mayor of Armagh) views, then vox pop of people, and from Enniskillen, Paul Murphy (St Patricks Committee) on their second festival.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 17th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
22 mins 6 secs
DVD No.
D05040
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5242



Series Title:
The Issue:
Programme Title:
Can Northern Ireland Deal With The Truth?
Description:
Debate on the possible use of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission within Northern Ireland with Mark Thompson of 'Relatives for Justice', Tom Kelly of the Policing Board, the Rev. D.Porter, and academic Bill Rolston. Also debate centres on the 15 year investigation by the Stevens' Inquiries into the Pat Finucane killing, with the views of PSNI Chief Constable Hugh Orde; journalist Newton Emerson looks at Truth and Reconciliation models from other countries.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 18th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05040
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
610



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The organisers of the St. Patrick's Day festival reject riot claims over city centre trouble. Film Report on Peters Hill trouble, begins with review of days festival in city centre, then Frank McCoubrey (UPRG Councillor) blames festival organisers for Peters Hill trouble, then Irene Sherry for festival committee condemns any trouble incidents in Royal Avenue, but rejects idea that those involved in Peters Hill trouble were at the concert. Back at City Hall, Martin Morgan (SDLP, Lord Mayor) comments on Shane McGowan going on stage drunk, then Irene Sherry gives her view on this issue.

Next report covers overnight violent incidents.

In Bangor, a man is critically ill after being assaulted, four men were arrested.

In Belfast's Lagan lookout area, a twenty two year old man was stabbed, by two men.

In North Belfast a seventeen year old youth was assaulted by men who got out of two cars.

Also in Belfast, a bomb comprising pipe bombs taped together was defused at the Manergie Bar in University Street. Pogues singer, Shane McGowan, had been due to sing at the bar.

In Limavady, a row has broken out over Anne Brolly's (SF, Mayor) removal of the council offices Union Flag. Film report wth Anne Brolly's comments and the reaction of Leslie Cubitt (DUP).

In Strabane, overnight a Roman Catholic church was attacked by vandals. Film report with reaction of early morning mass goers and priest Fr. Malachy Doherty on the damage done.

Sir John Stevens who heads the Pat Finucane murder inquiry says he's ready to facilitate any inquiry set up into the killing. Film report on his comments during UTV The Issue Programme to be shown tonight, that he's ready to deliver to an inquiry what he's discovered but some of the information would be held back for security reasons. Nuala O'Loan (Police Ombudsman) and the Police Federation have set up a committee to improve communication between the organisations.

The DUP intends to step up it's American contacts, as it prepares for Hillsborough talks. Ken Reid reviews events from the St Patrick's Day events in Washington in his report. Peter Robinson (DUP) details the message he gave to G. Bush, then former Loyalist, David Adams now on District Policing Partnership comments on the American Governments patience with the Northern Ireland Politicians, then Jack McKee (Shankill Pastor) comments on life under the paramilitaries, then David Trimble says he'll remain UUP leader, then M. Durkan (SDLP) wants a normal St Patrick's Day celebration in the future years.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 18th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
16 mins 8 secs
DVD No.
D05040
Tape No.
285
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5243



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A brother of schoolboy Brian McDermott, who was killed and dumped in the Lagan in 1973, has been arrested about the killing in England. Film report reviews the ten year old's death, with old film clips. The PSNI launched a new appeal for information on the case on 30 September 2003.

In Newtownstewart last night a family survived a petrol bomb attack on their home. Film report with the residents comments, then view of Derek Scott (PSNI Inspector).

Also overnight the homes of prison officers were attacked by Loyalists. Film report from Hollywood on a pipe bomb attack on home of Dessie Waterworth, the second in a year, the last being in June 2003, then reaction from D. Ervine (PUP) and Frankie Gallagher (UPRGS).

In Dublin today police chiefs met to discuss the Islamic terrorist threat to Europe. Film report with Noel Conroy's (Garda Commissioner) comments, on terrorism and on the rules which cover George Bush's (US President) bodyguards, that will accompany him during his June visit to Ireland.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 22nd Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D05050
Tape No.
286
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5244



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Confessions of an IRA Informer
Description:
Profile of the life of Sean O'Callaghan; he talks about his IRA life style, his involvement in killings in the Northern Ireland, and the IRA plan to kill Prince Charles and Lady Diana in London; dramatised sequences are used as illustration. Journalist Ruth Edwards provides background commentary. .
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC4
Date Broadcast:
Tue 23rd Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD No.
D05040
Tape No.
286
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
613



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Paisley's Progress
Description:
Repeat of documentary first shown on BBC1 on 3 February 2004; Tape No.282.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC4
Date Broadcast:
Tue 23rd Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
DVD No.
D04970
Tape No.
286
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
614



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in courts James Harry Speers (44) and Ronald Craig (19) where jailed for life for the murder of a Protestant man Trevor Lowry (44), who they thought was a Catholic and beat to death in Glengormley in March 2001. Film report with Judges comments and library pictures of Harry Speers (former member of UDA's Ulster Democratic Party). He was also spokesman for the Ulster Protestant Movement for Justice, he's filmed by UTV on 3rd March 2001 weeks before the murder quoting the bible. Both Speers family and Craig family hurled abuse at each other in court. Outside James Templeton (PSNI, Det. Insp.) praised the Lowry family.

At Hillsborough, Prime Ministers Blair and Ahern held five hours of talks with the main political parties here including the DUP, this is Blairs thirty third time in Northern Ireland since he became Prime Minister and he said he wants a political breakthrough before the EEC elections in June. Film report from Ken Reid covers low key protests by Republicans about collusion, Richardsons Fertilizer Plant workers attacking the Irish Government, and Ballyclare man, John Allen asking Unionists to boycott the PUP, afterwards I. Paisley (DUP) said he wants Stormont up and running. Then G. Adams (SF) criticises the DUP stance on power sharing, while D. Trimble (UUP) wants sanctions against Sinn Fein, then the Prime Ministers appeared and Blair called for an end to paramilitary activity. Report followed by analysis of the talks mood from Ken Reid and the DUP role today, plus news that the Corry report on collusion cases will be released next week.

In Armagh an Orange Hall was destroyed in an arson attack. Film report with comments of Willie Lee (Orange Chaplain) then reaction from Paul Berry (DUP, MLA) and Danny Kennedy (UUP, MLA), followed by views of Pat O'Rowe (Sf, Mayor).

The grandfather of Megan McCleery, served in the Royal Navy on HMS Belfast but Megan McCleery has been turned down from joining the Royal Navy because of the Loyalist terrorist links of her uncle and father. Film report reviews knife attack of her brother in 1999, by Loyalists because his father Leonard McCleery tried to murder UDA man George Legg whom he blamed for killing his brother, Ned McCleery. Film clips shown, then Megan comments followed by views of Harry Barnes (Labour MP) who supports her.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 23rd Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 27 secs
DVD No.
D05050
Tape No.
286
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5245



Series Title:
Programme Title:
The Battle of the Bogside
Description:
Profile of the events in Derry during August 1969 when the present Troubles exploded into violence; extensive use of archive film clips with comments from Eamon Melaugh of the Derry Civil Rights Association, also Dr. Raymond McClean, Ivan Cooper, Neil McCaffery, Eamonn McCann, Martin McGuinness, and others including Gregory Campbell (DUP) and Ivan Duncan a former RUC officer.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC4
Date Broadcast:
Wed 24th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
58 mins
DVD No.
D05050
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
615



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) has said paramilitary activity must end if progress is to be made in the peace process, film report covers yesterday's Hillsborough talks, and today's Murphy message, then in the studio Ken Reid reveals a senior Sinn Fein figure told him you could see an end to the IRA, if the peace process issues can be addressed; Reid details the DUP position, and the government's chances of achieving anything by June.

In cork four RIRA suspects have been arrested after a businessman's home was attacked with fire in an extortion attempt. Film report on the failed attack with comments of a neighbour, then Tom Brady (Security Journalist, Irish Independent).

In East Belfast, arsonists burnt down three shops and have put thirty people out of work. Film report with Jason Reeves (Shop Manager) comments, then Alastair Rooney's views, then Stephen Cherry's (PSNI Cons.) comments, then Robert Oliver (Bann UUP treasurer) is to stand against David Trimble as Party Leader during the AGM this Saturday.

In East Belfast Community Groups have got together to remove paramilitary murals and replace them with cultural icons. Film report with comments of Paul Hoey (Community Worker), then David Ervine's (PUP) views on murals.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 24th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 26 secs
DVD No.
D05050
Tape No.
286
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5246



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Newtownards a local man Andy Cully (47) has been shot dead in his car, one man has been arrested. Film report with Ian Gilchrist's (PSNI Detective Inspector) remarks, on lack of motive, then Jim Shannon's (DUP MLA) remarks, then families Presbyterian Minister, John Murdock's comments on the family reaction. Sinn Fein say they are working to ensure this seasons marching season passes off peacefully. Film report reviews events in Ardoyne last year. Joe O'Donnell (SF, Cllr) outlines the work his party has done at grassroots level. Then T. Kirkham (UPRG) says now the UDA has recommitted themselves to peace, Tony Blair should meet them, to discuss resources, then Billy Hutchinson (PUP) says he's worried about political process creating a vacuum.

The victim's group FAIR, has condemned Tony Blair meeting Libya's Col. Gadaffi, they want Blair to force Libya to compensate IRA victims here, because Libya gave the IRA weapons. Film report with William Frazier's remarks.

In Belfast City Centre, Value Cabs taxi office was damaged in an arson attack.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 25th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 17 secs
DVD No.
D05050
Tape No.
286
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5247



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A late bid to topple David Trimble (UUP Leader) has failed. Film report on today's move by disaffected UUP members, tomorrow David Hoey and Robert Oliver will both stand against Trimble at the UUP's AGM; then Ken Reid comments on today's events and tomorrow's AGM vote.

Racists attacks in Northern Ireland are up sixty percent as are attacks on gays. Film report on figures given at today's Policing Board meeting with views of Davy Carlin of the Anti-racist network, then Jamal Iweida of the Belfast Islamic Centre says the PSNI weren't doing enough to stop attacks; then Professor Des Rea comments for the Policing Board.

Police have released a brother of Brian McDermott who was held for questioning about the ten year old's murder in 1973. film report.

In Newtowands a man arrested about the murder of Andy Cully (47) has also been released without charge.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 26th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins
DVD No.
D05050
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5248



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
At the UUP AGM, D. Trimble has defeated his opponents receiving sixty percent, D Hoey got twenty-one percent and Robert Oliver got seventeen percent. Film report with Trimble's reaction and comment of his two challengers, who disagree on what Trimble should do now, Then David Burnside comments on what he wants, a new leader and a new policy.

In Killough the family of Jordan Murdock have presented a life boat in his name to coastguards who helped them last January when he fell into the sea. Film report with Mary Murdock's comments, then view of Richard Skelly (Boyne Fisherman's Rescue) who received the new boat.

(5.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Sat 27th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
4 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D05050
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5249



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Roger Hutchinson (51) (former DUP MLA) has been charged with indecent assault. Film report reviews his DUP career.

In East Belfast a memorial to two East Belfast Loyalists killed by the IRA in 1970 has been vandalised. Film report on Jim McCurrie, his wife May gives her reaction to the vandalism, then F Gallagher's (UPRGS) views on the 'hurt Loyalist community', then Sammy Wilson's (DUP) views, followed by condemnation of attack by Joe O'Donnell (SF Councillor).

Breaking news, a man has been arrested by PSNI for questioning into the November 2002 murder of Tommy English in the then Loyalist feud. Film report.

In New York H. Orde (PSNI Chief Constable) has criticised lenient Northern Ireland judges.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 30th Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
5 mins
DVD No.
D05050
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5250



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The government is set to give the go ahead for separate inquiries into controversial killings as suggested in the Cory Report. Film report hears victims families received the Cory Report today twenty-four hours before expected government announcement, first report hear Geraldine Finuances's reaction to her report copy, and expected government reaction tomorrow, then from Ballymena David Wright (Father of Billy Wright) gives his reaction. Nelson and Hamill families received their reports, then from London, Ken Reid reports on the expected Government statement tomorrow, to have separate inquiries but problem with Finucane Inquiry as Court case pending.

In Derry's Waterside area, a security alert at an army base followed the arrest of three men suspected of being dissident republicans. Film report from Ebrington with Des Austin's (PSNI, Chief Insp.) comments, then William Hay's (DUP) views, then Gerry Divers (SDLP) reaction.

Two Philippino nurses homes were attacked in Portadown for the second time in a week. Film report with nurses interview.

Three Loyalists, Alan Ferguson (19), Steven Walker and Robert Warnock (20) all from Holywood were sentenced to four months in jail for posession of LVF flags three weeks ago and Jamie Clark (18) was jailed for five months. Film report.

In East Belfast, paint bombs were thrown at St Matthews Roman Catholic Church, in retaliation for an attack on a Loyalist memorial last week. Film report with Joe O'Donnell's (SF, Cllr) reactions, then Frankie Gallagher (UPRG) reveals they believe three boys, aged thirteen, eleven and ten attacked the church.

In Omagh, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Sir Alastair Frazier opened a new DPP office in the town and commented on the criminal justice review and the new prosecution service. Film report with Frazier's comments, details of the changes and Raymond Kitson's (Assistant DPP) reply to Sinn Fein's charge the DPP isn't accountable to anyone.

In the Republic a Dail committee, has found there was exceptionally high pro ability of collusion in the Dublin/Monaghan bombings and they want a public inquiry into the Loyalist attack. Film report with film clip of the 1974 bomb with comments of Sean Ardagh (Community Chairman).

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 31st Mar 2004
Duration: minutes
18 mins 38 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5251



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The British Government has agreed to immediate inquires into the murders of B. Wright, R. Nelson and R. Hamill but say the Finuance inquiry must be delayed because of court's cases pending. Film report from Paul Murphy's (Northern Ireland Secretary) Westminister announcement with angry reaction from the Finucane family to the delay of their case. Begins with Ken Reid coverage of today's Murphy statement on the extent of the inquiries power and Tony Blair's comment son the victim's issue in general and the Finucane case. Meanwhile, D. Trimble (UUP) says the inquiries will keep bitterness alive and Unionists believe Republicans are abusing the process. N. Dodds (DUP) also criticised the government's actions.

Next report comes from Jane Loughrey and takes a closer look at the Cory report findings with old film clips of Pat Finucane and Cory's comments.

In April 1997, Robert Hamill's case is covered by Cory comments on need for public scrutiny, also for December 1997, murder of loyalist, B. Wright and Cory's views read for March 1997 murder of R. Nelson. All reports contain film clips of the victims.

Next report from Ivan Little covers the reaction from G. Finucane on the continued British Government cover up. She criticises Paul Murphy's comments and David Trimble's comments in the Commons today about Pat Finucane having terrorist links. Then the Nelson family Solicitor, Bara McCrory, read a statement outlining their reaction, then Chris Anderson (Portadown Journalist) read out a statement from David Wright on his reaction, then Diane Hamill welcomed the Inquiry into her brother's, Robert's death.

In the Republic, Brian Cowan (Foreign Affairs Minister) was unhappy about the delay into the Finucane Inquiry. The film report begins with G. Kelly (SF) outlining their views, as an advantage, as an inditement of British Government policy in Ireland by Cory Report, then M. Durkan (SDLP) is also concerned about the Finucane delay, he says is it a delay or a denial.

Earlier Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) answered questions on the Finucane delay, he denies the government is not carrying out it's Weston Park commitments, and defends the British Government decisions, and plans for other victims measures, then in the studio Michael Finucane (Pat's son) outlines the family's views that the government is putting his family on hold, and that after the court case, the government might proceed with an inquiry even then. Finucane gives the family's view on the Barrett trial. Then live to London where Ken Reid gives his analysis of today's government statement and the definition used by Judge Cory to define collusion, and the possible political fallout for the SDLP.

In the Courts, South Armagh man, Sean Howey (34) facing fifteen explosive charges and RIRA membership is to be further charged with twenty nine counts of murder relating to the Omagh bombing. Film report outlines the DPP case against him.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 1st Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
22 mins 2 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5252



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in the Cory Report's aftermath, D. Trimble (UUP Leader) is unrepentant for his remarks yesterday in Parliament that the inquiries into Finuance and Nelson would reveal the truth about them, implying there were less than wholesome. Film report hears him defend what he said, then Michael Finucane gives his reaction to Trimble followed by Euan Magee, brother of Rosemary Nelson.

Today army officers of the Force Reconnaince Unit (FRU) issued a statement through their solicitors rejecting Cory's decision to name them and welcoming an inquiry which they say will clear their name. Film report has M. Finucane's reaction. A further report looks at the Cory's Report impact on other Troubles victims, with four high profile inquiries decided on, other victims are demanding answers, one such victim is Jean Lemmon whose husband Joseph, was of the Kingsmill Massacre dead from 1976, she explains her views, then case of GAA man, Sean Brown killed by the LVF in 1997 mentioned in January 2004, the Ombudsman criticised the poliice investigation, this family now wants an inquiry in the same year, Raymond McCord Jnr, was killed by the UVF in Belfast, his father claims this is a collusion case and wants an inquiry, then Mark Thompson (Relatives for Justice) says mechanism must be found to give victims families the truth.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 2nd Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5253



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Dundalk the Inquest was held into the murder of Jean McConville, one of the disappeared, afterwards the McConville family called on the PIRA to clear their mother's name as an informer. Film report hears the evidence given to the inquest, includes Dr. Marie Cassidy (State Pathologist) and Brendan McCardle (Gordon) (Detective Inspector), and the Jury's verdict of unlawful killing. The Michael McConville says he wants to meet G. Adams (SF) to get him to make PIRA admit Jean's murder was wrong, then Helen McKendry comments, then son, James says he would like a public inquiry into his mother's death. Canadian Judge, Peter Cory, says an inquiry into the murder of Pat Finucane should be held now begore any more vital witnesses die. Report.

In Belfast courts, werst Belfast man, Christopher Macken (23) has been charged with firearm offences and threatening to kill.

In Belfast, an inquest was held into the killing of North Belfast man, Jim Rocket (29) by the UDA in December 2000 in Lisburn.

In the Republic, the government has begun a gun amnesty in an attempt to combat gangland killings. Film report reviews recent killings including Joan Casey, a grandmother in Tallagh, then Joe Dirwan (Garda Assoc, Spokesman) comments on Government proposals.

The Free Presbyterian Church has condemned Mel Gibson and his new movie, The Passion of Christ. Film report hears Free Presbyterians call the movie blasphemous and a '' A Catechism for Catholicism''. Rev. David McIlveen defends his opinions, but then Moviehouse owner, Michael McAdam comments on the movies popularity, then Chris Hewitt (Passionate Church Café) gives the views of her customers.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 5th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 19 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5254



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
The body of missing Strabane woman Attracta Harron (65) has been found in a shallow grave. Film report with reaction from Sion Mills' grave site, from her friend Mary O'Neill, then Priest Father Edward Kilpatrick's comments, followed by parishioners who knew her, then family Priest Father Decan Boland's comments, then Peter Sheridan's (PSNI Acc) views on the search for the body.

(6.30 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Tue 6th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
4 mins 31 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5255



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Mystery surrounds massive security operation at Belfast Docks. Film report from Gotto Wharf in harbour, security forces aren't commenting but speculation is that Loyalists have tried to smuggle in arms shipment.

At the Mahon Tribunal in Dublin into corruption B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minster) gave evidence about his 1988/1989 dealings with property developer Tom Gilmartin, who claims he met Charles Haughey (former Prime Minister), B. Ahern and other ministers in February 1989 in Leinster House, and after the meeting an unknown person asked him for a £5 donation to Fianna Fail. Film report hears Ahern deny any memory of the meeting.

Arthur Templeton (DUP Councillor) has been convicted of harassing a gay member of the District Policing Partnership. Film report hears the Policing Board will decide his future membership role, with comments of A. Attwood (SDLP) and P A McLoughlin (Gay Rights Campaigner).

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 7th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 20 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5256



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
DUP suspend A. Templeton (Councillor), convicted of harassing a gay DPP colleague. Film report with William Hay's (DUP) comments, that people with more serious convictions including murder will be on the Policing Board if Sinn Fein joins up, then Denis Bradley (Police Board, Vice Chairman) comments on his conversation with T. Blair on the harrased gay man.

Colour Sgt. Chris McDonald (39) RIR was buried today in Crawfordsburn, he was killed in Iraq. Film report.

In Armagh a GAA club was damaged in an arson attack, believed to be a retaliation for the burning down of nearby Ballyray Orange Hall last week. Film report hears Orangemen condemn the attack, Brendan Valley (Club Official) comments.

Also last night in Ballyclare, a Roman Catholic Church was attacked with paint bombs.

The Parades Commission has banned the Apprentice Boys from walking down the Lower Ormeau Road on Easter Monday. Film report with reaction from Trevor Cheevers (Apprentice Boys), then views of Gerard Rice, (Lower Ormeau Residents).

The Irish Government is to put on hold a referendum in June to restrict the right of Foreign expectant mothers to claim Irish Citizenship for their new born. Film report on passport Tourism problem. With Michael McDowell's (Minister) views, then Patricia McKenna's (Green Party, MEP) comments, then Liz McManus (Labour Party, TD) also objects to the Government's views, followed by Angus O'Snodaigh (SF, TD) who feels the move goes against the Good Friday Agreement.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 8th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 28 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5257



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then report on beginning of Leeds Castle talks in Kent, with G Adams (SF) comments. He's keen to do business with Paisley within the context of the Good Friday agreement, but Paisley says there will be no compromise and he won't talk to G Adams. Then RTE's Northern Editor Tommy Gorman gives his analysis of Paisley's comments today. Then report on sentencing of Ken Barett in Belfast for killing Pat Finucane in February 1989.

(9.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Fri 16th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
4 mins 16 sec
DVD No.
D05230
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
5339



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The International Monitoring Commission (IMC) report released today says leading Sinn Fein politicians also head up the PIRA. Film report hears Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) is to fine Sinn Fein and the PUP following the rise in paramilitary punishment attacks here. First report covers the IMC findings with John Allardice's remarks, then John Grieve (IMC) views, and analysis of fines will work. In Commons, I. Paisley Snr (DUP) calls the fines a ''murder tax''. Film report with Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) remarks then Paisley's views, then S. Mallon's (SDLP) reaction, then D. Trimble's (PUP) views. Then studio interview with Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) to get his views on criticisms of the fine's idea. Then reaction to the IMC report from Brian Cowen (Irish Foreign Minister), then Ken Reid gives his analysis of the IMC report and what it means for the Political situation. Then live from Dublin, G. Adams (SF Leader) rejects totally the ''puppet'' commissions findings and their Independence he says they are fulfilling the remit of the security services, he explains his views and answerrs tough questions.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 20th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 22 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5258



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, T. Blair (Prime Minister) is to meet G. Adams (SF) by the end of next week. Film report from Ken Reid monitors reaction to yesterday's IMC report, in Commons Tory Party question T. Blair (Prime Minister) on sanctions issue, and today Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) addressed the British Irish inter-governmental conference on how the British Government sees the way forward, with Brian Cowen's remarks showing the frustration of the Irish Government. After meeting T Blair, then M Durken (SDLP) said the Cory and IMC reports didn't represent bad days for politics. Then G. Adams' (SF) criticised the Irish Government's stance on the IMC report in his interviews, he wonders the EEC election in the South explains the Irish Government party political stand. From London Ken Reid gives his analysis of today's events, in the IMC aftermath.

The PSNI are reviewing CCTV footage of the third arson attack on Belfast's ' Value Cabs' office in the last year. Film report with owner S. McCausland comments, and review of other recent attacks.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 21st Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 54 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5259



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
The Independent Monitoring Commission (IMC) Report
Description:
Journalists M.O'Doherty, and politicans M.McGuinness (SF) and J.Donaldson (DUP) debate the findings of the IMC's report on Loyalist and Republican violence. Second part of programme is a profile of Sinn Fein's South Down MLA Catriona Ruane's life from her childhood in Mayo, her aid work in Latin America, her job at the West Belfast Festival, and then as the spokeswoman for the 'Colombia 3'. Next two academics discuss the upcoming referendum on the new EU constitution.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 22nd Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D05070
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
616



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The family of Bangor Catholic man Michael O'Hare (36) have been shocked to learn the IMC report says he was killed by Loyalists (March 2003), they say they were only told of the IMC findings by the Irish News today. Film report with family solicitor, Adrian Travers comments, then IMC and PSNI statements.

In Camlough last night, a PSNI checkpoint arrested four men with a snipers rifle. Film report hears reaction of Paul Berry (DUP, MLA) then reviews the history of sniper attacks in the area with library pictures.

News report coming in of a fire at Lisburn's Thievepal army barracks.

Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary of State) has been accused in Court by QC, S. Tracey of misleading parliament as to why he didn't order an immediate public inquiry into Pat Finucane's murder. Film report from Belfast judicial review on the details of S. Tracey accusations over the role of the Steven's Inquiry Team and it's possible outcome.

In Ballynahinch, a Catholic man'a (34) home was shot at by Loyalists overnight. Film report with Jim Wells (DUP, MLA) reaction, then M. Ritchie's (SDLP, MLA) views.

A pipe bomb has been defused on the Whitewell Road near the home of a Roman Catholic family. Film report.

The Police Board has decided to dismiss A. Templeton (DUP Cllr) from Newtownabbey District Policing Partnership after his conversation for harassing a gay DPP member. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 22nd Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 40 secs
DVD No.
D05060
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5260



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The relatives of the Omagh bomb victims have begun a £10 million civil action case against five alleged members of the RIRA they suspect where involved in the August 1998 bombing. Film report hears David Rupert (FBI Spy) will give evidence against Michael McKevitt, Colm Murphy, Liam Campbell, Seamus McKenna and Seamus Daly.

Outside the courts, Michael Gallagher for the victims talks to the press. The full trial hasn?t begun yet as other legal matters need settled first, report explains.

Tonight four men arrested in Camlough with a rifle last Friday will be formally charged in court.

In West Belfast, the funeral took place of Megan McAlorum (16) murdered on Easter Monday, a sixteen year old youth has been charged with her murder. Film report with Fr Martin Magill's comments,then Tribute from her sister Christy, read.

The Alleged PIRA spy, Fred Scapacatti has abandoned his court action to try and force Northern Ireland Office he wasn?t the IRA Spy Stak Knife. Film report.

Woman killed in road accident.

Lord Laird of the Ulster Scots Agency has resigned saying the two governments have discriminated against the Ulster Scots. Film report with Lord Laird interview on his claims, his views on the agency's budget figures, then Jim Devenney's (Deputy Chairman) views followed by those of George Patten (Chief Executive). The two governments issue a statement. The Prison Service is transferring nineteen female prisoners from Maghaberry jail to Hydebank, with nine asylum seekers also transferred. Film report with Peter Russell (Prison Director) views, then Peter Corrigan (Amnesty International) comments. Arrangements are also being made to move loyalist prisoner, Johnny Adair within Maghaberry.

In the studio, G. Adams (SF) gives an interview on what he sees as a bad week for the peace process, having just left a meeting with T. Blair (Prime Minister) to discuss the IMC report, he rejects the notion Sinn Fein are involved in violence.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 22nd Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 55 secs
DVD No.
D05070
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5261



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Colombia three found not guilty of training FARC rebels in Colombia. Film report hears they have been convicted of having false documents and sentenced to terms of between forty-four and forty-six months in prison, and fined £5,000, they were arrested in August 2001. Catriona Ruane (SF) statement the film report covers reaction from G. Kelly (SF) and reviews reaction from I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) then Reg Empey's (UUP) views.

In Courts, David Lecky (22) was charged with stabbing Linfield footballer, Pat Wall in Crumlin, film report.

In Garvagh, there were sectarian riot at the weekend. No film report.

A Coroner has criticised the military for not handing over a soldier Gordon Godley who was wanted for motoring offences, just months before he killed his girlfriend in a car crash. Film report on Gemma Montgomery's (18) death in November 2002 with Deborah Malcolm's (Deputy Coroner) remarks at the inquest. Then Lady Sylvia Hermon (UUP MP) questions the army's handling of the case. Army statement denies responsibility for Gemma's death.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 26th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 10 secs
DVD No.
D05070
Tape No.
287
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5262



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
An Asian shopkeeper Brij Sharma has died after being assaulted to Co. Londonderry. Film report from Limestone Road shop where he had his shop, then from Moneymore where he was attacked, two local men appear in court, shop customers praise him. Police are investigating sectarian leaflets handed out in the Sandy Row area, saying Catholics should be put out of apartments recently built on the fringe of the area. Film report with Bob Stoker (UUP, Cllr) defends the loyalist views, then A. McDonnell's (SDLP, MLA) views, Lynn Miller (local resident) says she had a bottle thrown at her by Catholics in apartments.

The Boundary Commission will issue it's report tomorrow on changing Norhern Ireland Westminister electoral boundaries. Film report from Ken Reid, Northern Ireland will keep it's eighteen seats, details given of some boundary changes in Antrim, Down and Belfast. Brian Feeney (Journalist) comments, then studio analysis from Ken Reid, on the impact of the changes on politics.

In Courts, David Whyte (40) from Ardoyne has been charged with two bomb conspiracy charges at the motor tax office in Belfast (May 2003 and October 2002). Film report.

More court news, then in Bushmills the PSNI have found a rifle and a machine gun, in Bushmill's yesterday a heavy machine gun was found.

In Courts, Co. Meath man, John Jordan charged with the murder of UDR Pte. Robert Moffatt at Cookstown in 1974 has failed to appear for trial. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 28th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D05070
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5263



Series Title:
The Issue:
Programme Title:
The Colombia 3, More Questions
Description:
This documentary looks back at the story of the 'Colombia 3'; journalist Brain Feeney examines the story and how the three men are perceived by Nationalists and Unionists, with comments from Reg Empey (UUP), also the views of Washington are given, journalist Newton Emerson discusses Sinn Fein's handling of the case.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 29th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
22 mins
DVD No.
D05070
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
617



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The PSNI find a dissident Republican bomb factory in Strabane. Film report on four men arrested and six incendiary devices seized, with comments of David Hall (PSNI Inspector), then Eugene McMenamin (SDLP MLA) comments, then Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief Constable) gives his reaction.

In Conlig, Co. Down a family escaped injury in a loyalist pipe bomb attack on their home. Film report with Alex Easton's (DUP) reaction, members of the DUP will meet Brian Cowen (Irish Foreign Minister) at Stormont tonight. Report.

M. McGimpsey (UUP, MLA) is to meet with Sandy Row residents to try and defuse their tension with some of the residents in a new apartment block. Film report shows residents marching with band to flats and views of M. McGimpsey on tricolour hung from flats. Then Joe O' Donnell (SF) views.

In Belfast the funeral of Raymond Robinson (19) killed at Whiteabbey last weekend in a car chase with the PSNI. Film report.

In Ballymena Court Norman Booth (20) has been charged following the PSNI arms find in Bushmills yesterday. Film report.

In Armagh, two men P. Tierney (19) and G. McArdle (17) were refused bail on charges related to the rifle find at Camlough last week. Film report.

In an annual Policing Board survey, two thirds of Roman Catholics here wouldn't join the PSNI because they fear being attacked. Film report with statistics and comments of Des Rea (Board Chairman) and then A. Attwoods (SDLP) reaction. Then Fred Cobain's (UUP) views.

An electoral commission report into last November's election here, says high turnouts are a thing of the past, with 122,000 less voters turning out in 2003, than 1998 election. Film report hears Karamjit Singh (Election Commission) say young people here are disinterested in politics here, then Seamus Magee (Election Commission) says no fraud was found in last November's election, but they've made forty one improvement recommendations.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 29th Apr 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 30 secs
DVD No.
D05070
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5264



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Two men have drowned near Downings in County Donegal. Report.

In courts dissident Republican Bobby Tohill (46) has been charged with possessing firearm and threats to kill. Film report hears Tohill say the charges are politically motivated, alleged victim Patrick Ward has withdrawn his statement.

Other court news relating to house fire charges against Mark Warnock from Newtownabbey. Film report.

In North Belfast's Battenburg Street last night a forty-three year old man was wounded in a shooting incident. Film report.

Thirty-five RIR soldiers are being sent to Basra in Iraq.

Last night on Belfast's High Town Road at Glengormley a memorial was unveiled to Gavin Brett, a Protestant killed by the UDA in July 2001, in mistake for a Catholic. Film report with Father Gavin White's speech at the service.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 3rd May 2004
Duration: minutes
5 mins 56 secs
DVD No.
D05070
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5265



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Government has announced plans to cut the number of District Councils here from twenty-six to seven. Film report from Ken Reid on the proposals, Belfast would stay, Councils would have more powers, Ian Pearson (Northern Ireland Office) outlines the Governments views. Health Bodies also to be reduced.

Tony McHugh (Derry City Council, Chief Executive) welcomes the changes, then Mark Durkan (SDLP leader) warned the changes must not be a subsitute for devolution.

Meanwhile, G. Adams (SF, Leader) has said Republicans are losing confidence in the Good Friday Agreement. In an interview he outlines the Republican mood since IMC report. In Commons Tony Blair outlines his belief talks progress must accompany ending of paramilitary activity, then in the studio, Ken Reid gives his analysis of today's government announcement on Council reforms, and news the Human Right's Commission is also to be changed.

In Belfast Council, Unionists have lost a motion to host Halloween Celebrations on Saturday 30th October instead of the next day, a Sunday. Film report on major Council row, with Michael Browne (SDF, Cllr) reaction, then Ruth Patterson's (DUP) views. Billy Hutchinson (PUP, Cllr) voted for the 31st, he explains why.

At Strasbourg Parliament, ten more countries have joined the EEC, just as it's two veteran MEP's, John Hume and I. Paisley Snr are stepping down after twenty five years. Film report reviews their achievements with Paisley interview, then John Hume comments.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 5th May 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 47 secs
DVD No.
D05070
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5266



Series Title:
The Issue:
Programme Title:
Ian Paisley and John Hume Leave the Euro Stage
Description:
After 22 years both Ian Paisley (DUP) and John Hume (SDLP) retire from European politics; the programme examines their careers as MEP's with archive film clips and comments from politicians and journalists.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 6th May 2004
Duration: minutes
24 mins
DVD No.
D05080
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
618



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Loyalist killer Michael Stone may have to repay the government £30,000 it paid to the widow of one of his victims. Film report from High court case of Anne Marie McErlean, whose husband was killed at Milltown cemetery by Stone in March 1988, whos seeking Stone money from art and book sales to be seized.

Sean Brady (Head, Roman Catholic Church in Ireland) speaking in London last night has criticised the British Government stance on collusion and police reform in an outspoken speech. Film report with Brady's remarks on Pat Finucane's case, with reaction from Fr. Tim Bartle (Roman Catholic Spokesman) defending the Archbishop, then Unionist reaction from I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) and praise from A. Attwood (SDLP) and B. DeBrun (SF) then H. Orde statement followed by Jim Wray's (Methodist Presbyterian) reaction.

The Government is to introduce measures here to prevent local political parties fund raising in the USA and Australia. Film report from Ken Reid looks how it will effect Sinn Fein in the USA with comments on the government scheme from John Spellar (Northern Ireland Office Minister) and reaction from M. McLaughlin (SF) calling it an attack on the political process.

The Alliance Party says it backing the Independent Candidate, John Gilliland in June's EEC elections. Report.

In Portrush, an arson attack at the bus station has caused £500,000 in damage. Film report with Johnathan Miller (Translink Area Manager) comments.

In the Courts, the trial of four alleged RIRA men from Coalisland on charges of attempting to kill the security forces has heard mystery informer foiled the attack. Film report on the February 2002 incident names the defendents as Donald Mullen (33), Sean Dillon (22), Kevin Murphy (33) and Brendan O'Connor (26).

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 6th May 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 11 secs
DVD No.
D05080
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5267



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report says the PIRA killers of Garda Gerry McCabe would have been released in Eire as part of last October's failed Trimble/Adams deal. Film report begins by reviewing the June 1996 killing of McCabe during a RIRA robbery by Kevin Walsh, Pearce McAuley, Jeremiah Sheehy and Michael O' Neil., then film clip shows previous hard line stance by B. Ahern against the men's release (February 1999), then Brian Rowan. Film report reviews the whole case from June 1996 with IRA's comments, Garda opinions, effects of the Good Friday Agreement on prison releases, then today M. McGuinness (SF) refuses to answer on last October's deal followed by Department of Justice in Dublin statement, then D. Trimble (UUP) says it was a devious act he never knew about and it annoys him. Then further reaction from A. Attwood (SDLP) and P. Robinson (DUP) with studio analysis from Brian Rowan (BBC Journalist) of the situation. Then from Dublin, Shane Harrison (Journalist) reports on reaction in the South to the story.

In Courts, Stephen McGlone (22) from Moneymore has been charged with the murder of Belfast shop keeper, Brij Sharma on 28th April 2004. Film report.

The family of Sean Browne (GAA official) killed by Loyalists in Bellaghy in May 199? Has reached agreement with the PSNI which will see them co-operate with the PSNI inquiry. Film report with Paul O'Connor of the Pat Finucane Centre comments on the deal.

(6.30 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Fri 7th May 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 35 secs
DVD No.
D05080
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5268



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Segregation Issues in Sandy Row
Description:
Examination of the conflict at a luxury apartments complex beside the Loyalist Sandy Row in Belfast, over the alleged appearance of an Irish tricolour with comment from Alex Maskey (SF), Carmel Hanna (SDLP), Mark Robinson (DUP), and Michael McGimpsey (UUP), also comments from local people.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 11th May 2004
Duration: minutes
35 mins
DVD No.
D05080
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
619



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, home security camera at the home of Loyalist Billy Doaks in Craigavon has been released, it shows a gunman attempt to fire at Doaks through his front window. Film report hears eighteen months ago Doaks was injured in a Loyalist feud shooting in Bangor, his brother Keith is in the UPRG and Billy gives interview on this latest attack on him and why he thinks it happened.

The PSNI organised task force here, in it's report says two hundred and thirty five criminal gangs operate in Northern Ireland and eighty five of them have international links. Film report with Ian Pearson's (Northern Ireland Office, Minister) views, then Sam Kinkaid's (PSNI Acc) comments on paramilitary connections of seventy per cent of the gangs, then Donal Toon (Customs Official) comments on revenue loss for the government due to smuggling.

In Dublin's Dail, Edna Kenny (FG Leader) branded B. Ahern a hypocrite following reports he would have released the PIRA killers of Garda McCabe as part of a deal last October. Film report with E Kenny comments in the Dail today and B. Ahern's reply. Meanwhile G. Adams (SF) today confirmed the men's release was part of October's deal.

In Andersontown, a hoax was dealt with at the office of Alex Attwood (SDLP, MLA). Film report.

A man has been arrested in Belfast in relation to the May 2001 killing in Stephens of Catholic man Paul Daly. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 11th May 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 55 secs
DVD No.
D05080
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5269



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Shutdown May 1974
Description:
Documentary examines the Ulster Workers' Council (UWC) Strike, against the power-sharing Executive and the Sunningdale Agreement; with archive film clips of the Loyalist protests and interviews with the leaders at that time including Jim Smyth, Stan Orme, Gerry Fitt, John Laird, John Hume, Bob Pagel, Brain Garrett. The bombing of Dublin and Monaghan on 17 May 1974 is also discussed by the loyalist strikers.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Wed 12th May 2004
Duration: minutes
50 mins
DVD No.
D05090
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
620



Series Title:
We Were Brothers Too
Programme Title:
Part 1:
Description:
Profile of Irish soldiers in World War 2, with comment from history experts Eamon Phoenix, John Barton, and ATQ Stewart. Irish recruits from both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland recall enlisting; with a close look at the Republic of Ireland's role during the War.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 13th May 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05080
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
621



Series Title:
Programme Title:
On Eagles' Wing
Description:
Examination of the financial problems facing the Ulster Scots musical in the USA and why it has returned to Belfast. The discussion also asks the question whether Unionist politicians a help or a hindrance to the Ulster Scots movement?
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 13th May 2004
Duration: minutes
23 mins
DVD No.
D05090
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
622



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Irish Government's meeting with delegation from South Armagh victims group FAIR has told them the PIRA makes £20,000,000 a year in cross border rackets, film report on Michael McDowell's (Minister) comments to J.Donaldson, on rackets and the Irish Government's plan to proceed with an inquiry into Garda collusion with PIRA in the killings of Breen and Buchanan (RUC Superintendent) in 1989 with J. Donaldson's reaction, then William Frazier ( FAIR) comments.

The PSNI have seized £1,000,000 of cocaine with John Fenton (PSNI, Det. Supt., Head of Drugs Squad) comments.

In South Belfast's Best's Hill area, a protestant man, Mark Stubbs says the UDA were behind the murder attempt at this home last night. Film report with M. Stubbs interview on the shooting and recent UDA death threats.

The Colombia Three have been told by the legal authorities there, they must remain in the Country until the courts hear the government's appeal against their acquittal last month. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 14th May 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins
DVD No.
D05090
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5270



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Lisburn a thirty-three year old man has been brutally murdered. Film report has comments of Raymond Murray (PSNI DCI), he says murder not sectarian.

In Ballymena two pipe bombs were defused at the home of local man. Film report with Phillip McGuigan's (SF MLA) reaction blaming the UDA.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 17th May 2004
Duration: minutes
5 mins 6 secs
DVD No.
D05090
Tape No.
288
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5271



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Bonfires Controversy
Description:
The programme highlights the damage done by loyalist bonfires every Twelfth of July. Bonfire builders explain their culture, passers-by give their views, also the views of residents who live close to bonfires; then a look at a Ballymena's model site; followed by the opinion of Angela Smith, then NIO Minster, and opposing political opinion.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 18th May 2004
Duration: minutes
29 mins
DVD No.
D05090
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
623



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
The UVF has been blamed for the killing of LVF man Brian Stewart (34) in East Belfast. Film report with film of the murder scene and comments of Phil Wright (PSNI Detective Chief Superintendent), then political reaction from John Spellar (Northern Ireland Office Minister), but no PUP comment. In the studio Brian Rowan (BBC Security Editor) comments on the background to this bout of UVF/IVF feuding.

In Lisburn the PSNI are still questioning a man about the murder of John Cooke on Sunday night. Film report

(6.30 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Tue 18th May 2004
Duration: minutes
5 mins 56 secs
DVD No.
D05090
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5272



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Car Crash: The John De Lorean Story
Description:
The story of how £85 million of government money was lost; the reasons why the Labour government supported De Lorean told with archive film clips and interviews with John DeLorean, B.Mackin, former Trade Union steward, former ministers Jim Prior and Roy Mason, also includes the film of the FBI arrest of De Lorean on drugs offences.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Wed 19th May 2004
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD No.
D05100
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
624



Series Title:
We Were Brothers Too
Programme Title:
Part 2:
Description:
More exploration of the World War 2 role of Irishmen from north and south. This programme considers the impact the RAF base at Lough Erne had on the 'Battle of the Atlantic', with contemporary archive film and interviews with survivors.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 20th May 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05100
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
625



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, announcement that a jury at a Dublin coroners court has returned a verdict of unlawful killing in relation to the thirty-four victims of the 1974 Dublin/Monaghan bombings.

The PSNI has warned D. Ervine (PUP) and other party members, plus UVF figures of death threats against them from the LVF following the killing of Brian Stewart on 18th May 2004. Film report.

In Lisburn courts a man will be charged tomorrow with the murder of John Cooke (33) in Hilhall last Sunday night. Film report.

In Belfast an inquest into the deaths of UDA men Jackie Coulter and Bobby Mahood shot dead in a Loyalist feud in August 2000 collapsed today as the two men's families walked out on proceedings. Film report hears families want Police Ombudsman to investigate their suspicion that a special agent was involved in the fillings. Family issue a statement.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 20th May 2004
Duration: minutes
4 mins 18 secs
DVD No.
D05100
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5273



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
With plans of the showing of a television drama about the Omagh bombing going ahead, a relative of one of the victims has said it's too early in healing process to show it. Film report with Meira Conway's views, her five year old brother was killed at Omagh, and she was a casualty nurse on that day. Then Michael Gallagher (Omagh Victims Group Spokesman) whom the film centres itself on, gives his views.

In Belfast courts, brothers Rodney and William Crawford (19 & 18) wre given six years in jail for beating a fifteen year old Catholic boy with a hatchet in an Antrim sectarian attack, Robert Miliken (17) was convicted on an affray charge. Film report with judge's remarks on a ''war party''.

In the High Courts, in Belfast, a Government Lawyer refused to give an undertaking it will permit an inquiry into the murder of Pat Finucane as recommended by Judge Peter Cory. Film report on the background to the case, with Geraldine Funucane's reaction.

In North Belfast, the funeral took place of John Cooke who was beaten to death on Monday night in Hilhall. Film report with Fr. Hugh Kennedy's comments.

Meanwhile in Craigavon, Steven Henry (27) from East Belfast was charged with the murder.

In the High Court, a phillipino man suspected of being an Islamic International Terrorist has been refused bail. Jaybe Ofrazio (31) is alleged to have knowledge of the funding of Phillipino terrorist training camps.

A Westminister Committee of MP's wants hate crime laws extended to include attacks on people with disabilities. Film report with Monica Wilson (Disability Action) views, then Pascal McKeown's (Mencap) reaction.

In the Courts, Robert Young (39) and his sister Lorraine Young (37) denied killing Jim Johnstone (Red Hand Commando leader) in May 8th 2003 in Crawsfordsburn, Lorraine got bail while Robert did not.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 21st May 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 14 secs
DVD No.
D05100
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5274



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Aiming High
Description:
Look at how the euphoria around the 1994 ceasefires has ebbed 10 years on. Interviews with community workers, academics, and architects, on the problems facing Belfast.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 24th May 2004
Duration: minutes
24 mins
DVD No.
D05110
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
626



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Underworld Rich List
Description:
Examines alleged fuel and cigarette smuggling by PIRA chief Thomas 'slab' Murphy to raise funds for the PIRA. Comments given by informers S.O'Callaghan and K.Fulton, and Peter Morton, former British Army soldier. (40mins; last 12 mins on Tape No.290)
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC3
Date Broadcast:
Mon 24th May 2004
Duration: minutes
40mins
DVD No.
D05110
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
627



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Underworld Rich List (continued)
Description:
End of programme from Tape No.289 on the financial success of Thomas Murphy in raising funds for the PIRA.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC3
Date Broadcast:
Mon 24th May 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins
DVD No.
D05110
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
628



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Mother and baby escape injury in bomb blast at East Belfast home that has been linked to the current UVF/LVF feud. Film report covers two other bomb attacks on East Belfast homes over the weekend and the funeral of feud victim, Brian Stewart from Belfast's Donegal Road today at lunchtime, D. Ervine (PUP) says it's the security services who are stirring up internal loyalist friction to destabilize them.

The double agent Kevin Fulton, has said he has revealed to police in London the identity of another agent working for the security services within the IRA. Film report profiles K. Fulton's past claims, linked to Omagh bombing and Fred Scapaccatti.

At Macro Stores in Dunmurray an armed seven man gang stole £1,000,000 of cigarettes and alcohol. Film report with Gerry Murray's (PSNI District Commander) reaction as to who's involved with a Euro election coming on June 10th. Jim Nicolson (UUP) today launched his re-election campaign. Film report from Ken Reid hears Nicolson call himself a Euro realist, he warns Unionist voters that their apathy will see two Nationalists elected, he says UUP should transfer to the DUP and vice-versa.

Liam Campbell (RIRA, Director of Operations) has been jailed for eight years in Dublin on the illegal membership charge. Meanwhile RIRA prisoners at Portlaoise are believed to be planning a ''dirty protest'' over lose of privledges. Film report on the dispute within the jail, with Tom Brady's (Irish Independent, Journalist) views.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 24th May 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 2 secs
DVD No.
D05100
Tape No.
289
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5437



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Dangerous Liasions
Description:
This documentary focuses on the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombs and the Loyalists behind them. The Glenanne gang is secretly filmed and interviewed; Colin Wallace, a former British Army intelligence officer, recalls what they knew. The documentary also looks at other killings carried out by the gang in the Silverbridge area of County Armagh. (Last 10 mins missing.) See Tape No.?? for complete documentary.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 25th May 2004
Duration: minutes
38 mins
DVD No.
D05110
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
629



Series Title:
We Were Brothers Too
Programme Title:
Part 3:
Description:
Examination of the Ballyhanus beach disaster on 10 April 1944; and the Normandy D-Day Landings with the roles of Irishmen examined.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 27th May 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05120
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
630



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
On North Belfast's Antrim Road, Richard Caldwell (29) stabbed to death. Film report with West Belfast's mans parish Priest Father John Forsythe's comments, then Raymond Murray (PSNI DCI) rules out sectarian motive.

In Derry, a woman and her seven year old daughter escaped injury in a gun attack on their home, the PSNI believe Loyalists were involved. Film report from Waterside area with Trevor McKeown's (PSNI Insp) reaction, then G. Campbell's (DUP, MLA) views.

Six years after the Omagh bomb, the victims relatives have said they are amazed that key suspects haven't yet been interviewed by police. Film report from Dublin as relatives visit Micheal McDowell (Irish Justice Minister) with commnets of Michael Gallagher (Omagh relatives spokesman).

In West Belfast, homes were evacuated as a suspect device was found at the offices of Community Restorative Justice on the Andersontown Road. Film report with Michael Ferguson's (SF, MLA) reaction.

A government report has criticised the group Imagine Belfast for it's effort in trying to secure the title European City of Culture 2008. Film report with former Chairman, T. Collins reply to criticisms.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 31st May 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 50 secs
DVD No.
D05120
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5275



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
Feudal Times
Description:
The current state of Loyalism is examined after the latest feud between the LVF and the UVF; with film clips and comments from journalist Denis Murray, David Ervine (PUP) and Hugh Orde (PSNI); documentary also has a film history of recent loyalist feuds.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 1st Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D05120
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
631



Series Title:
We Were Brothers Too
Programme Title:
Part 4:
Description:
Profile of World War 2 servicemen James McGuiness VC, and Blair Mayne, and the reasons behind the very different treatment they got on returning to Northern Ireland.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 2nd Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05120
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
632



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, it's the tenth anniversary of the crashing of a RAF Chinook helicopter at the Mull of Kintyre which killed twenty-nine people, amongst them was the top brass in Britain's anti-terrorist groups here. Film report from the crash site, early this morning Paul Leighton (PSNI Deputy Chief Cons.) is filmed at the on site memorial and recalls his feelings ten years ago. Then in the afternoon Rev. Martin Forrest (Chief Scot) conducts a service for the relatives on site. Then Susan Phoenix, widow of RUC's Ian Phoenix comments on the pilots treatment.

Vandals in North Belfast have set fire to the Cavehill causing damage. Film report with Martin Cassidy's (Fire Brigade) reaction.

At the Belfast Crown Court, trial of Donald Mullen (33), Sean Dillon (27) and Kevin Murphy (?) all from Co. Tyrone, and Brendan O' Connor (26) arrested in Coalisland in February 2002 were allegedly caught with a rocket launcher but the men claim they were there to burgle a house, the men alleged, missing Armagh man, Brendan O' Connor, planned the robbery. Film report hears phone records prove Murphy spoke to B. O'Connor forty two times.

The Government has announced an inquiry into claims of sexual abuse at Cabin Hill prep school in East Belfast. Film report.

At Belfast Westlink last night two people were injured and twenty vehicles damaged by stone throwing youths. Film report with Brent McLaughlin's (PSNI Chief Insp.) comments, then political reaction from Tom Hartley (SF, Cllr) and Bob Stoker (UUP, Cllr).

Belfast City Council had rowdy scenes last night as Tom Eakin (Alliance, Cllr) was elected Mayor and Joe O' Donnell (SF, Cllr), Deputy Mayor. Film report shows S. Wilson (DUP) allege dirty deals, then film clip shows Lord Mayor today and denies any dirty deals, then S. Wilson repeats his claims.

B. DeBrun (SF) today launched it's Euro Election manifesto and is confident it will win a Northern Ireland MEP seat for the first time. Film report with B. DeBrun interview at Belfast Castle, says Sinn Fein will support the Euro's introduction here. Then in the studio, an Independent Euro candidate, supported by the Alliance, Workers Party and Woman's Coalition, John Gilliland gives an interview on why we should vote for him in EEC election. He's followed by an interview with another candidate, Derry's Eamon McCann (Socialist Environmentalist Alliance) he also explains why he wants our votes.

At the Orange Orders Head Quarters today D-Day Veteren and former UUP Leader, Lord Molyneau, laid a wreath to mark the both anniversary of the Normandy Landing. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 2nd Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
18 mins 43 secs
DVD No.
D05120
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5277



Series Title:
The Issue:
Programme Title:
Euro Election Choices
Description:
Euro candidates Jim Allister (DUP), Jim Nicholson (UUP), Martin Morgan (SDLP), and B.De Brun (SF) make policy statements then answer questions from an invited panel.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 3rd Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
50 mins
DVD No.
D05130
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
633



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Belfast man Kevin McAlorum (31) shot dead as he left his child off to Derriaghy Primary School. Film report says the INLA shot dead his nine year old sister in 1996 attack on the family's Skegoneill home, and Kevin later was jailed for possessing a firearm and released under the GFA. Roy McComb (PSNI Det. Supt.) comments, then school's parents express their anger, followed by Rev. John Budds (Church of Ireland, Minister) views.

On Belfast's Antrim Road the PSNI found a chinese woman's body in the boot of a car they stopped, two chinese men were arrested and a house in Skegoneill Avenue is being searched. Film report.

Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary of State) has visited South Africa to view how their truth and reconciliation process has worked their and ascertain if such a system would work here. Film report from Johannesburg. A survivor, Davie Ackerman describes the night AWC gunmen killed eleven whites in his church in 1993, he says SAS T&C process gave him closure. Today Murphy heard the views of Cyril Ramaphosa (AWC) who comments that in a truth and reconciliation process truth is essential to get forgiveness and healing, then Paul Murphy comments on the interesting ideas he has picked up.

(6.30 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Thu 3rd Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 25 secs
DVD No.
D05120
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5276



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, a court trial of four alleged RIRA men in Belfast has heard that missing South Armagh man Gareth O'Connor was regularly in touch with the PSNI. Film report on the 17th February 2002 arrests and the trial latest.

The PSNI have issued a photo of the Chinese woman who was found dead in the boot of a car, in an effort to identify her. Film report on the latest PSNI move, with comments of Anna Lo (Chinese Welfare Community) about possible Triad gangs involvement.

The family of UDA murder victim, Alan McCullough, whose body was found outside Belfast in June 2003 have been warned by the PSNI that they are under threat from the North Belfast UDA. Fil mreport with Kenny McCullough's comments.

The PSNI believe the killers yesterday of former Republican prisoner, Kevin McAlorum as he left his child to Oakwood P.S. may have followed him from his home. Film report with Michael Wardlow (Integrated Education Council) comments on the effect of the School and pupils, then review of Kevin McAlorum's past, with allegations he was in the drugs trade and that he was blamed by the INLA for the 1996 killing of it's Chief of Staff, Gina Gallagher (January 1996). Barbara McAlorum (9) was killed by the INLA on a gun attack on Kevin's then home, three days later Kevin was charged with trying to kill three INLA men at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast and jailed for sixteen years even in prison, the INLA tried to kill him, he was freed in 2000 under the early release scheme, then Henry McDonald (Journalist) gives his analysis on who killed McAlorum.

In Hollywood's White City estate, Loyalists belonging to the LVF who fled their houses during the recent feud have been illegally taking over hosues that belong to the Housing Executive. Film reprot with comments of Paddy McIntyre (Housing Executive), then Stephen Farry's (Alliance Cllr) views.

Next report from Jamie Delongey looks at the massive improvements in the Republic's road system with comment of Donal McAlister (Countrywide Freight), then views of Seamus Brennan (Eire Transport Minister) then Pat McArdles (Ulster Bank Economist) views then Prof. Austen Smyth (NTL) on the effects of the suspension of the Stormont Assembly. Then in the studio, Jim Nicholson (UUP Euro Candidate) answers questions from Mike Nesbitt on his stance on Europe and why he thinks people should vote for him, and is he for or against Europe.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 4th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
17 mins 7 secs
DVD No.
D05130
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5278



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
I. Paisley Snr plans a protest at the Presbyterian Assembly in Belfast as Ken Newell (Moderator) invites Sean Brady (Catholic Archbishop) to attend. Film report with comments of Ken Newell on his beliefs of reaching out to others and his reaction to those who object to his actions, In Courts, two chinese men have been charged with killing the still identified woman found in the boot of a car. Film report with Derek Williamson (PSNI Det.Chief Insp.) appeal for information.

At St Pat's Church, in Donegall Street, the funeral took place of Kevin McAlorum shot dead last week. Film report covers re-opening of Oakwood Primary School.

In Ballymena a pipe bomb was found under the van of Michael Agnew (SF, Spokesman). Film report from a PSNI press conference on the device used, a similar device was found under another Sinn Fein supporters car. Terry Shevlin (PSNI Supt.) comments, then Michael Agnew (SF) says loyalists are worried about Sinn Fein's growth.

Meanwhile a pipe bomb exploded at a house in Bangor. Film report.

Court news coverage of appeal of Leslie Gault on charge of killing her husband.

The Bloody Sunday Inquiry re-opened today with QC A. Harvey saying the victims have already been cleared of false findings they were armed on the day. Film report says Saville report due in Summer 2005.

Then in the studio Martin Morgan (SDLP, Euro Candidate) gives an interview on their party's stance in Europe.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 7th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 6 secs
DVD No.
D05130
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5279



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Rebel Frontier
Description:
The story of Irish and Finnish miners in Bute, Montana, USA, and their efforts in organising a Trade Union strike despite the murderous strike breaking efforts of the owners in 1917.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 8th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
? mins
DVD No.
D05140
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
634



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, report on public apathy over Thursday's Euro election, with comments of Dr. Sydney Elliott (QUB), then vox pop amongst QUB students on voting and similar experiment on Belfast's Lisburn Road amongst the public.

A West Belfast Journalist, who refuses to buy a TV licence because of the lack of Irish Programmes has had the case against him dropped. Film report with Concubhar O Liathain interview and TV licensing statement. Also in the courts, Judgement on the four Tyrone men allegedly set up by missing South Armagh man Gareth O' Connor has been reserved by Justice Girvan. Film report. Last night dozens of Free Presbyterian Ministers including I. Paisley protested at church house about the attendance there of Roman Catholic Archbishop, Sean Brady. Film report with Paisley's views on making peace with Rome only when Roman Catholics repudiate their idolitary, their Maryology, their Mass and their idea of the Pope as a king. Alban Maginnis (SDLP) expresses his disgust at the protest, then Alf McCreary (Journalist) comments on the issues involved, then Ken Newell (Moderator) defends his position.

In the lower Ormeau Road area, community workers are to try and prevent recent clashes over the peace line between McClure Street and Donegall Pass. Film report on recent petrol bomb attack with Gerard Rice (Community Worker) comments, then Ken Orr speaks for the Vernon Street residents, then in the studio, Jim McAllister (DUP Euro Candidate) sets out his beliefs about the EEC and the threat of Sinn Fein, the Good Friday Agreement, devolution etc and why people should vote for him.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 8th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 36 secs
DVD No.
D05130
Tape No.
290
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5280



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A report today says Northern Ireland has more people with a mental illness than England, but we spend less on treating the problem. Film report on Northern Ireland Mental Health Association's report with Michael Parsonage (Sansbury Centre) comments, then Michael Ferguson (Northern Ireland Mental Health Assoc.) reaction, then Mina Wardle (Shankill Stress and Trauma Centre) on the effects of violence here, then views of Irene Sherry (Aston Centre), then in the studio, Dr Phillip McGarry (Psychiatrist) comments on Mental Health being the Cinderella of the Health Service.

At the Bloody Sunday Inquiry the Para's lawyer, Edwin Glasgow admitted today that soldiers probably shot the thirteen civilians that day. Film report.

The Northern Ireland Office Security Minister met Loyalists and Sinn Fein Representatives today to develop a strategy to prevent peaceline violence. Film report profiles the work of Community workers, Noel Large and Brian Garvey on the Springfield Road peaceline, they are part of the mobile phone network, thye explain their work on the flashpoints, then Frank McCoubrey (UPRG, Cllr) comments on his Stormont meeting with Ian Pearson (Northern Ireland Office Minister), today Conor Murphy (SF) comments on his meeting with Pearson.

At Stormont today and last night the Government met Sinn Fein and the DUP on Political talks. Film report covers plans for tomorrows EEC voting, with Denis Stanley's (Chief Electoral Officer) comments on necessary documentation. Then in the studio, Ken Reid gives his analysis of today's Stormont talks and what the Government hopes to achieve at this time.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 9th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
15 mins
DVD No.
D05130
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5281



Series Title:
Insight
Programme Title:
Murder And The Mind Of The State
Description:
Profile of the Pat Finucane murder case and the reasons why the British Government appears reluctant to agree to a public enquiry; also a look at the role of the UDA's Jim Spence, Ken Barett, B.Newell, and W.Stobie. Canadian Judge Peter Cory and human rights lawyer Jane Winters comment on the case.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 10th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05140
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
635



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
As Euro election polls close, it's suspected the turnout will be down to around fifty-two percent, there are seven candidates chasing three seats, results won't be counted until Monday. Film report from Martina Purdy, on the candidates day. In courts North Belfast man Robert Flanagan (24) charged with murder of Richard Caldwell in Belfast last month.

(10.00 p.m.,)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Thu 10th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 5 secs
DVD No.
D05140
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5282



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, Euro voting figures revealed at fifty-two percent, slightly up on predictions, film report reveals the constituency turnout for each area. Counting doesn't begin until Monday.

In Derry last night Ballot boxes with electoral officers and police were attacked by youths with petrol bombs in two areas. Film report with Gerry O'Hara's (SF, Lord Mayor) reaction then the views of Denis Stanley (Chief Electoral Officer).

Then in the studio, Ken Reid gives his views of todays Euro election turn out figures.

In the Courts, Belfast man John O' Hagan has gone on trial charged with having information useful to terrorists, he was arrested by police after the Castlereagh break in. Film report on March 2002 arrest.

The Attorney General Lord Goldsmith has asked the court of appeal to declare the RIRA a terrorist group under the Terrorist Act of 2000. This follows the clearing of four men last month on RIRA membership charges. G. Adams (SF) calls for an immediate public inquiry into the Finucane murder after UTV's Insight revelations last night. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 11th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 10 secs
DVD No.
D05140
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5283



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
Live coverage from the Republic as they begin counting the votes cast in the Euro election. First report shows Dublin's Euro count, Mary Lou McDonald (SF) polls 60,000 votes, then live count report from Letterkenny, the North West constituency. P. Doherty (SF) gets 65,000 votes, then a panel discusses the possible outcomes after transfers. Also in Eire, voters today voted in the local Council elections, then live report interviews candidate, Mairead McGuinness (FG) in Meath and Gay Mitchell (FG) in Dublin on their expected victories and the reason for it. The studio panel then discusses Mary Lou McDonald's (SF) chances of winning a seat in Dublin and the transfers she needs and also Prionais De Rossa's (Labour) chances of election, they all comments on the increase in the Fine Gael vote, seven per cent up since 2002, the Bridget Laffen (Professor of European Politics) speculates on what Euro votes tell us about a dail election vote, then live from the RDS, G. Adams (SF) and Mary Lou McDonald comment on the situation in Dublin count and her chances of election, and the reasons for Sinn Fein's strong showing in Dublin, then G. Adams comments on the strong Sinn Fein vote and the reasons for it, he comments on the PDS poor showing, he comments on the ballot box/armalite allegations. In the studio, a Fianna Fail TD criticises Sinn Fein and G. Adams comments.

Then the programme switches to Euro Parliament to examine voting trends across Europe. Commmentators, Richard Sinott (UCD) and Sean Whelan (RTE, Europe Editor) join Pat Cox (President of the European Parliament) to access and analyse the news so far. They begin by examining anti-government voting sentiments across Europe, not just in Ireland, but in Germany, Poland, and Britain, they also judge the 'Iraq' factor on voting in Europe, on turnout, the trend is around forty five per cent right across twenty five countries, with only twenty nine per cent of some of the new members. Pat Cox expresses his views on the low turnout figures, he had visited four of the ten new states before the election, he outlines his views on what needs to be done to make Euro votes popular at home and mobilise interest. Sinott comments on the importance of political groups in Europe, he sees a strong Euro sceptic group emerging and a group of the far right.

(10.00 p.m., Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE
Date Broadcast:
Sun 13th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
35 min 20 secs
DVD No.
D04920
Tape No.
280
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
5284



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Euro Election Results
Description:
Extracts from different TV stations and programmes.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
VARIOUS
Channel:
VARIOUS
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
100 mins
DVD No.
D05150
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
636



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Euro election 2004. Live from the King's Hall, Belfast, the vote counting has begun and it appears the three seat winners will be Jim Allister (DUP), B. DeBrun (SF) and Jim Nicholson (UUP), with M. Morgan (SDLP) losing out. Firstly a review of what happened so far today from Fearghal McKinney as the candidates arrived, he highlights Sinn Fein's win in Dublin and Belfast and the UUP's decline in votes, plus the SDLP's big loss. Then Ken Reid in the studio gives his analysis of today's voting figures and the transfers of votes between parties. Then G. Adams (SF) gives and interview on their performance North and South, he rejects the idea Sinn Fein voters don?t give second preference to SDLP. Sinn Fein got 144,000 votes up from 117,000 in last Euro election. Adams say it's a vote for change, dialogue and peace and answers questions on Sinn Fein's position on change, then I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) comments on the DUP vote of 160,000, he calls the DUP vote a tidal wave, and praises Jim McAllister and his father. He says the sadness of today's vote is that Sinn Fein is not ordinary party as it's linked to guns.

(3.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 17 secs
DVD No.
D05150
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5285



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Euro election voting figures are announced. Its 175 761 for Jim Allister (DUP), 144 541 for B. De Brun (SF), 91 164 for J. Nicholson (UUP), 87 558 for M. Morgan (SDLP), 36 270 for John Gilliland (Ind), 9 172 for Eamon McCann (Social/Env Alliances) and 4 810 for Lindsay Whitecoft (Green). The share of the vote figures are given. Then Martina Purdy (Journalist) reviews the events at the King's Hall throughout the day during the counting, then announcement of Jim Allister and B. De Brun's elections, with Allisters speech attacking the UUP and Sinn Fein, as supporters sing God save the Queen, then B. DeBrun (SF) speech on the Good Friday Agreement implementation, then from the King's Hall studio, J. Allister (DUP), B. DeBrun (SF) and Jim Nicholson (UUP) debate the issues put to them, Allister says he'll fight euro issues but message also is no parties in Government linked to terrorists, democrats must rule, he offers SDLP a voluntary coalition, then B. DeBrun (SF) expects DUP to accept Sinn Fein mandate, she says there'll be no Government without Sinn Fein, she wants to talk to DUP openly , and work together, then Jim Nicholson (UUP) (who's still waiting on transfers) gives his views, it's a sad day for Northern Ireland that a Sinn Fein MEP was elected, he refuses to say he wants Trimble to quit as leader, Allister comments on possibly joining Euro sceptics group in Strasbourg. B. DeBrun comments on whose group they'll join. Then Film report from Dublin from Shane Harrison on Mary Lou McDonald's (SF) elections as an MEP, then B, Ahern (PM) in his reaction says Sinn Fein were the big winners in local council elections and in McDonald's Euro victory.

Back in the King's Hall arena, the election results for Euro in 19999 are compared to 2004, showing party's share of the votes. Then Mark Davenport (BBC Political Editor) gives his analysis of the voting figures, and speculation about party leaders positions within the UUP and SDLP and the implications for the Good Friday Agreement review which strarts tomorrow.

(6.30 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
16 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D05150
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5286



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
No titles, begins with a summary of candidates election speeches from B. De Brun (SF), J. Nicholson (UUP), M. Morgan (SDLP), then brief review of day's headlines.

(11.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
1 mins 55 secs
DVD No.
D05150
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5288



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Euro Election Special
Description:
Presented by Mike Nesbitt he begins by summarising the days results with table of the figures shown, before and after the distribution of surplus votes, then table shows party's share of the votes, and compares it to 1999. then film report reviews the stories of the day from the King's Hall, DUP triumphant in celebrations, with Jim Allister's victory speech attacking Blair, Sinn Fein and Trimble. Then G. Adams (SF) comments followed by M. Morgan (SDLP) comments on the SDLP leadership, then J. Nicholson (UUP) comments follwed by F. McKinney summary. Then in the studio, the Unionist candidates J. Nicholson (UUP) and Jim Allister (DUP) answers questions on what the election issues where, Allister outlines his views and says the UUP is badly damaged quoting figures, then Jim Nicholson outlines his views on the UUP performance, over the last few elections. Jim Allister says he can't respect the Sinn Fein mandate because it's linked to a private army, he questions their attitude to democratic politics. Allister justifies the DUP link to Ulster Resistance, saying it cut ties when it moved towards paramilitarism, both men are asked why many Unionists don?t come out to vote. Nicholson says he's no push obver Unionist and he praises the UUP for taking political risks over the last five years, he says he won't work with B. DeBrun (SF) in the EEC, and J. Allister (DUP) also won't co-operate with DeBrun in the EEC. Allister then criticises UUP for working with Sinn Fein. Then in the studio B. DeBrun (SF) and M. Morgan (UUP) discuss their results, M. Morgan is bitterly disappointed Northern Ireland has no longer a pro EEC MEP, he comments on their being no SDLP meltdown, they only dropped one per cent he says, and they will continue to pursue policies of Social Democracy and Social Justice. Then B. DeBrun (SF) says she's proud of Sinn Fein's all Ireland team, she praises Sinn Fein candidates but promises to work for all constituents on Unionist claim not to work with Sinn Fein, she says Unionists do work with Sinn Fein on Councils and in Stormont when it was running, she's confident the DUP will do business with Sinn Fein. DeBrun comments on taking the guns out of Irish Politics, she avoids a question about Sinn Fein being held back by nameless, faceless men, and praises Sinn Fein for pushing peace forward. M. Morgan (SDLP) talks about their role now in Europe, after losing the seat, he comments on a suggestion the SDLP needs an all Ireland connection and says the sixteen per cent of the electorate who voted SDLP can't be discounted, then Ken Reid gives his views on the SDLP Euro performance and says the danger for them and the UUP is that their Westminister seats are now in danger. He comments on Sinn Fein's victories in the Council elections in the Republic, highlighting the significant number of tranfers from other parties to Sinn Fein defeating the argument people won't vote for Sinn Fein because of the IRA. Ken Reid also comments on planned Good Friday Agreement talks.

(11.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 14th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
24 mins 31 secs
DVD No.
D05150
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5289



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Euro Election Special
Description:
UFF killer Michael Stone has told the PSNI he is being blackmailed over an attempt to kill the Pope in 1979. Film report on his claim two serving members of the security forces are behind the blackmail, he says they were once paramilitaries with him, has M. Stone interview.

The Colombia Three have been released from prison in Bogota, but they must stay in Colombia pending an appeal by the prosecution. Film report.

In Limavady the man found murdered at the weekend has been named as William Trainor (50), his body was found in a bin at the Masonic Hall on Sunday. Film report.

Derry Businessman, Brendan Duddy, told the Bloody Sunday Saville Inquiry that an RUC Superintendent, Frank Lagan told him the British Army opened fire on civilians to provoke the IRA into a fight. Film report on the last man to give evidence to the Inquiry.

In Crossmaglen, today a family escaped injury when an army helicopter knocked over a tree in their garden. Film report with Alice and Elish Quinn interview.

Speaking after talks today with the Irish Government, Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) has said the two Prime Ministers will decide if they will become involved in talks in devolution. Film report with Murphy's comments.

The Lord Chief Justice, Brian Kerr, has described the Holy Cross Primary School disputes as one of the most disgraceful and shameful episodes in our recent history. He made the comment while dismissing parents request for a judicial review of the RUC handling of the dispute. Film report.

Friday is the tenth anniversary of the UVF massacre at the Heights Bar in Loughlin Island. Locals plan an anniversary mass. Film report with Hugh O'Toole (Bar Owner) and old film clips and still pictures of customers in the bar, then Patsy Toman (SDLP, Cllr) reacalls the night of June 18th 1994, then Harry Whans (Ambulanceman) recollections. Film report shows UVF flags in nearby Clough and Ballynahinch, and the memorial to the dead in Loughlin Island cemetary, then Eamon O'Neill (SDLP, MLA) comments on a file he is preparing for the Police Ombudsman Office on police inactivity followed by a PSNI statement just released.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 16th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
15 mins 30 secs
DVD No.
D05150
Tape No.
291
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5290



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Paul Murphy, then Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, gives an interview on the upcoming review of the Good Friday Agreement and comments on his trip to South Africa to examine their Truth and Reconciliation process. Journalist F.O'Connor comments on the Euro Election results. Also a feature on ways of reducing sectarianism.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 17th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D05150
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
637



Series Title:
Programme Title:
The Day Mountbatten Died
Description:
This programme provides a detailed examination of the killing of Louis Mountbatten and the killing on the same day (27 August 1979) of 18 soldiers in the British Army' Parachute Regiment at Narrow Water, County Down, by the PIRA. It uses archive film clips, dramatised sequences, eye-witness accounts, and police interviews, to tell both stories.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Fri 18th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD No.
D05160
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
638



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Euro Election Special
Description:
Headlines then, Ken Reid reports that next Friday in Lancaster House in London the British and Irish Prime Ministers will hold talks with all the parties, but a breakthrough is not expected. Ken Reid also comments on speculation from Europe that B. Ahern might get the President of the EEC post, and the implications of that for the peace process.

In Cullyhanna, South Armagh, Aiden McMahon (45) was found badly beaten beside his burnt out car. Film report with Dominic Bradley's (SDLP) comments, then Conor Murphy's (SF, MLA) views on the attack.

In Belfast, a latest tour bus makes it's debut, for Belfast City tours, the bus driver, Joe Lavelle comments on the tours, tourists take in their buses. Phil Kearney (tour guide) explains the content of the 'memory lane' tour.

(6.00 p.m., )
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 18th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 51 secs
DVD No.
D05150
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5291



Series Title:
Panorama:
Programme Title:
The Super Dollar Plot
Description:
The counterfeiting of US dollars in North Korea which it is alleged are distributed in Europe by Sean Garland of The Workers Party. (This documentary is largely the same as BBC's 'Spotlight' programme shown on 16 March 2004; Tape No.285.)
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 20th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
45 mins
DVD No.
D05160
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
639



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Euro Election Special
Description:
Headlines then, in Richill, Co Armagh yesterday a father of two Paul Crimble was murdered, police have ruled out a sectarian motive, in Tandragee a man was arrested with a woman also arrested. Film report with Danny Kennedy's (UUP, MLA) reaction, then Paul Berry's (DUP, MLA) views and Domnic Bradley's (SDLP, MLA) comments. Following the Orange Order's Tour of the North Parade in North Belfast a crowd of about eighty Loyalists wnet on the rampage through the Mater Hospital on the Crumlin Road. Film report with interview with Eoin Stewart, a Charge Nurse who was on duty describing the attackers and the sectarian abuse and threats, Orangeman, Chris McGimpsey (UUP, MLA) condemns the attack and says the parade had been peaceful and successful. Meanwhile following the Parades Commission decision to ban this Saturday's Whiterock Parade by Orangemen from the Nationalist Springfield Road, will top the DUP's agenda when they meet Tony Blair (Prime Minister). Film report with I. Paisley Snr's comments on what he told Blair, followed by views of Sean Paul O'Hare (Springfield Road Residents Spokesman).

In Dublin, Martin Christie (SF, Cllr) recently elected has been suspended by the party, following allegations from his previous employer about misconduct. Film report with comments of Christy Burke (SF, Cllr), the spokesman for Sinn Fein's ten Councillors on Dublin's Council.

At Stormont, the Government has continued talks with various parties with more talks planned on subject of North/South co-operation, and more tlaks in London on Friday.

In Newry, vandals, have defaced the towers cenopath. Film report.

In Belfast's court, David Davies, (Tory, Northern Ireland Spokesman) has been giving evidence at the trial of John O' Hagan whose charged with possessing documents useful to terrorists. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 21st Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 46 secs
DVD No.
D05160
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5292



Series Title:
Spotlight:
Programme Title:
The Good Friday Agreement Ten Years On
Description:
Five people compare their lifestyle in 1994 to that in 2004, and give their opinions on whether or not their lives have improved.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 22nd Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
640



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Euro Election Special
Description:
Headlines then, J. Donaldson (DUP) is to follow up claims in last weekend's Sunday times, that a British army undercover team was watching the PIRA sniper gang in South Armagh, that shot dead the last British soldier killed here during the troubles Private Stephen Restorik, but that the SAS trained undercover unit was told not to intervene. The article alleges that the decision was made to protect an informer who would have been compromised. Film report says the gunmen's car was bugged. Mark Restorik, Stephen's brother gives an interview on the family's reaction to the story and what they plan to do now about the allegations, then J. Donaldson's (DUP) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 22nd Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D05160
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5293



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Orangemen are jubilant as the Parades Commission changes it's mind and says they can walk through Workman Avenue onto the Nationalist Springfield Road tomorrow. Film report shows Loyalists celebrating, then reaction from Tom Hartley (SF, Cllr), then views of Sean Paul O'Hare (Springfield Residents Spokesman). The Loyalist Parades Review Forum, which includes Orangmen, Clergy and Community Workers and Politicians persuaded the Parades Commission to reverse it's original ruling. Their statement outlines why they were successful as they see it. Frank McCoubrey (UPRG, Cllr) comments, then Fred Cobain (UUP, Cllr) praises the talks, then Duncan McCausland (PSNI, Assistant Chief Cons.) appeals for peaceful parade and protest.

In Newry Courts, Colin Robinson (19) was charged with the murder of Paul Crymble (35) in Armagh. Film report.

At London talks, the two Prime Ministers Blair and Ahern said that Stormont would close in September if a deal wasn't reached. Film report with Blair's remarks, then Ahern's views, then after his meeting, I. Paisley Snr (DUP) was in an upbeat mood about a way forward, but M. McLaughlin (SF) says direct dialogue between Sinn Fein and DUP was necessary for any deal and that wasn't happening. Then live from London, Ken Reid gives his analysis of Blair's deadline date and the changes of a deal between Sinn Fein and DUP. He also gives an update on the Government's decision on the Cory Inquiries into controversial killings.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 25th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 40 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5294



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
G. W. Bush (US President) has arrived in Ireland for US/EEC talks for twenty-four hours. Film report hears Mary McAleese (Irish President) raised Irish concerns about the war in Iraq and the US treatment of prisoners, the US/EEC talks ended with both sides promising to cooperate on issues like Iraq, terrorism, the fight against HIV/Aids and economic ties. Film report show Ahern's and Bush's comments to the press, and Ahern answers question on torture of Iraqi prisoners. Then David Davin-Power (Political Editor) gives his analysis of today's summit, during the day anti-Iraqi war protestors demonstrated against the Bush visit. Film report, with Richard Boyd Barrett's (Protestor) comments.

In Belfast's Springfield Road, the Orange Order parade passed off peacefully.

(9.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sat 26th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
8 min 6 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
5295



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Portadown Orangemen have confirmed they have talked to the Parades Commission. Film report, hears this action defies orders of Grand Lodge rulings. Portadown Orangeman David Jones comments on the talks, and the position of the Grand Lodge of Ireland. It has also been released that three weeks ago Portadown Orangemen met officials from Dublins's Department of Foreign Affairs, but there is no direct dialogue with the Garvaghy Road residents, Brendan McKenna (Spokesman, Garvaghy Rd) expresses their concerns.

In Belfast, G. Kelly (SF) has asked how the DUP can take part in the recently formed Loyalist Parades Review Forum with Loyalist Paramilitaries, yet still refuse to talk to Sinn Fein. Film report with Nelson McCausland's (DUP) reply.

In Antrim, Paddy Murray's (Community Worker) home was pipe-bombed, he blames the UVF for the attack. Film report with P. Murray's comments, then Ken Wilkinson (PUP) denies Loyalist involvement.

In Derry, Mary Nelis (former Sinn Fein MLA) called in Sinn Fein personnel when she found a suspect device at her front door. The device was a hoax. Film report with Mary Nelis interview, on why she wouldn't call in the police or army. Ken Finney (PSNI, Chief Insp.) comments.

Also in Derry, hoax bombers left a device at the home of Pat Ramsey (SDLP), the fourth in recent months. Film report with P. Ramsey's reaction. Also last night, a hoax device was left in the Protestant Fountain estate.

In Downpatrick, M. Ritchie (SDLP, MLA) condemned the pipe bomb attack on the house in the Model Farm Estate.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 28th Jun 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 26 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5296



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Today's Drumcree parade outside Portadown passed off peacefully, but rumours of an internal Orange split circulated as County Officers didn't attend. Film report covers the five hundred Orangeman's Parade, in an interview David Jones (District Press Officer) didn't rule out talks with the Garvaghy residents "further down the line". This was the seventh parade at Drumcree which had been banned. Brendan McKenna then gives the residents reaction to Davy Jones' talks comment, then Jonathan McIvor (PSNI Chief Superintendent) welcomes this second peaceful Drumcree parade in a row, then David Burrow (Deputy District Master) plays down talk of an internal rift over talks with the Parades Commission. Nuala O'Loan (Police Ombudsman) has said the police did all they could to protect Loyalist William Stobie, the former UDA Quarter Master was the only man to face trial over the murder of Solicitor Pat Finuance, but he was shot dead by the Red Hand Defenders (UDA) three years ago. Film report has Nuala O'Loan's comments on her findings.

(6.00 p.m., Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sun 4th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
4 mins 44 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5297



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of today's peaceful march at Drumcree, with comment on the reduced numbers in attendance, and Orange spokesman David Jones' remarks about talks with Gervaghy residents, and Jonathan McIvor's (PSNI Superintendent) remarks on the peaceful parade and his hope for dialogue. Then from Drumcree, Tommy Gorman (RTE) gives his analysis of events around today's parade.

(6.00 p.m., Sunday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 4th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
3 min 15 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
5298



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Speculation abounds that Pope John Paul II will be coming to Armagh this Autumn. Film report hears the Irish Bishops have asked him to return to Ireland, twenty-five years after his last visit in 1979. Robert Eames (Northern Ireland Office, Church of Ireland Archbishop) says the Pope would be welcome.

In Belfast's Old Park area last night, a house was attacked by paint in what locals say was part of trouble between the UDA and the UVF. Film report on Belfast's Ormeau Road, Trevor Elder, the brother of UDA's Raymond Elder, shot dead ten years ago by the PIRA with UDA leader, J. Bratty has said a Republican attacked him with a hammer at the Drumkeen retail park. Film report with Trevor Elders comments, then I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) calls for the PSNI to make an arrest in the case.

Omagh bomb victim Clare Gallagher (21) has become the first blind woman to graduate from Queens University, Belfast, with an honours music degree. Film report hears she's also celebrating her engagement and Clare comments on the difficulties she faced at Queen's University, then her father, Seamus comments on her spirit.

Also at Queens University, Belfast, today, the late GAA star, Cormac McAnallen was awarded the graduate of the year trophy, he had been a history graduate, before dying in March of a viral infection.

The SDLP has voiced it's anger over the latest postponement of the public inquiries into the deaths of R. Nelson, B. Wright and R. Hamill. No film report.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 5th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 44 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5299



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Postal delivery disruptions will continue after five letter bombs were found at Mallusk sorting office. Film report says letters bound for four District Policing Partnership members and the Magherberry Prison Governor. Bobby Weatherall (Postal Union Rep.) reaction, then Michael Kennedy's (Royal Mail Manager) views, followed by warning from Muir Clark (PSNI Insp.) to public.

Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) has been criticised by the families of R. Nelson, B. Wright and R. Hamill for failing to say when the inquiries into their murders would commence. Film report reviews events since the Cory Inquiries were recommended and today's statement by P. Murphy. He hopes the inquiries will be cost effective, then reaction from G. Kelly (SF) accuses the government of stalling and Maggie Berne (Committee for the Administration of Justice) also has concerns. Duncan McCausland (PSNI, Assistant Chief Constable) has met an SDLP delegation about Loyalist paramilitary flags in Larne. Film report with M. Durkan (SDLP) views, then PSNI statement on flags, then reaction from Jack McKee (Independent Unionist, Cllr) condemns SDLP's action.

At Magaberry, a house and a car were damaged in a petrol bomb attack and a bookies in Sandy Row was damaged by arsonists. Film report.

A report says Northern Ireland has the fastest growing single parent homes in the UK. Film report and interview with Rob Haslingden on Experian's Mosaic Northern Ireland Report, then Marie Cavanagh's (Gingerbread) reaction. Other report trends profiled.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 8th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 34 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5300



Series Title:
Programme Title:
The Twelth
Description:
This programme contains reports from all of the Orange Order demonstrations around Northern Ireland including Belfast, Derry, Newry, Fermanagh, and Tyrone.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 12th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
23 mins
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
641



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report on today's 12th parades, all pass off without trouble, but Ardoyne return parade is tense. Film report covers this morning's Orange parade past Ardoyne with tension high. N. McCausland (DUP) explains plans for Ardoyne return parade, then M. Morgan's (SDLP) reaction, then report form re-routed parade on Belfast's Ormeau Road, followed by report on the biggest parde of the day in Belfast, with Orange supporters comments and coverage fo platform speeches from J. Donaldson (DUP0 on Sinn Fein, then N. Dodds (DUP) commetns on the Ardoyne return parade situation. Then report from Newry Parade, the first there in years and nearby at Bessbrook, Orangemen held a service at Kingsmill massacre memorial. Billy Kennedy (Orange Leader) comments, also present were Portadown Orangemen, their spokesman, Davy Jones, again denied any rift with Orange leaders over their talks with the Parades Commission, then former Grand Master, Martin Smyth (MP) comments on the rift situation. Then another film report reviews the Independent Orange Orders demonstration at Rasharkin. I. Paisley Snr (DUP) condemned the Parades Commission and blames Trimble. Other reports cover Agahlee with Robert McIlvoy's (District Master) criticism fo the Parades Commission, then report from Donaghdee, the demonstration took the forum of a cultural festival, Stephen Donaldson explains. Then report from Fermanagh and Tyrone and from Co. Derry with the Coleraine Parade having an American flavour. Ivan Kelly (County Grand Master) comments.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 12th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 45 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5301



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
The Twelfth
Description:
This programme contains solely reports on many of today's nineteen Orange Order demonstrations across Northern Ireland. It begins with an update from Ardoyne where a riot has broken out between police and Nationalists following the return Orange Order Feeder Parade, film report form the scene, shows G. Kelly (SF) appealing for calm, to no avail, as army vehicles attacked, M. Morgan (SDLP) comments the PSNI should withdraw, then Chris McGimpsey (UUP MLA/Orangeman) comments, then the programme begins a round up of the parades, as listed in the news report earlier in the day, from Belfast to Coleraine, with some more interviews with participants then the earlier bulletin.

(10.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 12th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
22 mins 50 secs
DVD No.
D05170
Tape No.
292
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5302



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
News report on overnight violence, suspect bomb in Derry's Waterloo Place declared a hoax.

In Kilrea, police fired warning shots as sixty people clashed.

In Limavady police attacked with stones as they cleared bonfire debris.

Film report on shooting incident in East Belfast amongst Loyalists, no one injured and in North Belfast the UDA put on a show of strength in the Westland area, with shots fired by masked and armed men.

At the bonfire at Springmartin a nineteen year old man was stabbed.

At Castlereagh the PSNI are investigating a breach of security at a part of the station used by the army, a solder has been released without charge, and in East Belfast a Chinese woman is attacked in a racial attack on her home.

(3.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 12th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 19 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5303



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Nationalists and Loyalists clashed tonight at Ardoyne as Orangemen returned home from the twelfth demo today. Film report shows G. Kelly (SF) appealing for calm to Nationalist youths who booed him and attacked the British army. M. Morgan (SDLP) calls for the police to withdraw from the area, then Chris McGimpsey (UUP MLA Orangeman) recalls his experiences, followed by comments of David Boultwood (PSNI Superintendent) on the police's plan, then further comments from G. Kelly (SF MLA) who says people in area feel they always "get slapped down" by the Parades Commission decision and the PSNI.

(11.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 12th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 20 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5304



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Ardoyne Nationalists have criticised the PSNI handling of the Orangemen's return parade last night. Film report on the aftermath of last night's violence, shows G. Kelly (SF) being booed yesterday with his criticisms of the Parade commissions decision, then N Dodds (DUP) also criticises the Parades Commission, as part of the problem. Duncan McCausland (PSNI, Assist. Chief Cons.) statement defends the police action. Then Martin Morgan (SDLP, Cllr) comments. Live in the studio M. Durkan (SDLP) comments on the remarks by Morgan the SDLP should leave the Policing Board, he rejects the suggestion, saying last night had nothing to do with the Policing Board. He blames the Parades Commission determination on returning Orange supporters.

In Lurgan this morning a train carrying Blackmen from Lurgan to Bangor was hit by a petrol bomb. Film report.

At Loughgiel, Co. Antrim, ANRC family home was attacked by six gunmen, three shots were fired. Film report on sectarian attack.

(1.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC UK
Date Broadcast:
Tue 13th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 27 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5305



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Banbridge Chistopher Finnegan (17) stabbed to death, one man arrested. Film report with Andrew Hunter's (PSNI Detective Superintendent) appeal for information, he says killing not sectarian, then Ian Burns' (UUP Councillor) reaction.

In Donegal the Morris Tribunal into Garda officers, has found two officers orchestrated planning explosive to advance their careers. Film report on the 1990s activities of Garda Kevin Lennon (Superintendent) and Noel McMahan (Sergeant) , includes Michael McDowell's (Minister of Justice) press conference statement, then Garda spokesman John Farrelly's reaction.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 15th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 7 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5306



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Catholic Church today has said Pope John Paul II has accepted their invitation to visit Northern Ireland later this year. Film report with interview with Roman Catholic Archbishop Sean Brady, and film clips of 1979 visit shown, Brady says however no dates have yet been decided.

The Loyalist Parades Forum says it's prepared to talk to Nationalist residents to prevent parades violence this September of wants talks now. Film report reviews Ardoyne violence on Monday and includes John McVicar (Parades Forum) comments on Monday's events and future meetings with Nationalists. Then Eoin O'Broin (SF, Cllr) calls for dialogue now, as Apprentice Boys are due to parade on 14th August.

There is speculation that British Armh troop numbers here may be cut under a forthcoming defense review. Film report on two thousand six hundred reduction rumour. J. Donaldson (DUP) warns the Government against reducing or disbanding the Royal Irish Regiment.

Meanwhile Senior UUP members have demanded a full public inquiry into the Stormontgate Affair of October 2002. M. McGimpsey (UUP0 outlines their demands and the film report reviews the security implications alleged to have arisen after the October 2002 affair.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 16th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 18 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5307



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The British Government has been challenged to come clean about the latest Castlereagh security breach. Sinn Fein claim the details of 400 people have gone missing from an office used by army intelligence. Film report reviews October 2002 raid by PIRA.

The Police Ombudsman is to investigate how the PSNI handled both the Ardoyne and Lurgan Parades on the 12th July. Film report hears Sinn Fein have met Nuala O'Loan and reviews the police operations in Lurgan with John O'Dowd's (SF) comments, then G. Kelly's (SF) views after meeting Nuala O'Loan.

Belfast Councilm is to formulate a Policy on the flying of Union Jacks and Ulster Flags at it's Roselawn Cemetary after complaints were made. Film report with Margaret Walsh's (SDLP, Cllr) comments, then Billy Hutchinson (PUP) reaction is to criticise the Republican plot at Milltown.

A report from the Independent Monitoring Commission (IMC) on the British Army's normalisation moves in Northern Ireland has been published. Film report says half Watchtowers gone, eight army bases closed, helicopter flights cut by third and troop levels remain just under 15,000. Joe Brosman (IMC Spokesman) gives their reactions, then Ian Pearson (NIO Security Minister) says report shows the government is making progress since Good Friday Agreement signing. Then Alex Maskey (SF, MLA) criticises the IMC's role and no progress in Normalisation. Lord Alderice (IMC) says their next report on paramilitaries could be available by October.

In Courts, Roger Hutchinson (DUP, MLA) appearing on a sex charge had his case adjourned. Film report reveals the prosecution case.

Sinn Fein's two new MEP's and the DUP's MEP took their seats in the European Parliament. Film report with Barbara DeBrun and Mary Lou McDonald's comments, then Jim Allister (DUP) agrees to remain unattached in parliament but has a good relationship with Robert Kilroy Silks (UK Independent Party). B. DeBrun (SF) comments on the group they're joining, the Nordic Green Left.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 16th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
15 mins ? Secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5438



Series Title:
Programme Title:
The Long Hard Road
Description:
Profile of the role of Northern Ireland's buses and their drivers during 'the Troubles', with archive film clips of attacks on buses; and former drivers recall 12 colleagues killed, and 1,200 drivers injured; also arguments over things like wages recalled.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 20th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
24 mins
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
642



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The family of Belfast murder victim Geraldine Kane (47) have spoken to UTV about yesterday's killing in Beechmount area of Belfast. Fil mreport with daughters interviews. PSNI want to question Thomas Graham (42) about the murder.

The PSNI are investigating who sent packages containing a white powder to SDLP members and Policing Board members. Film report on eight alers in Belfast, Derry and Cookstown, with Pat Ramsey (SDLP) comments, then views of Patricia Lewesley (SDLP, MLA). Tony Blair (Prime Minister) has told UTV that Northern Ireland will face a grim situation if the local parties do not reach a deal in September. Film report from Downing Street with analysis from Ken Reid.

A Bangladeshi man's, Mohammed Hussein, home in the Village area of Belfast has been attacked for the twentieth time. Film report on the racist attack with Mohammed's reaction to the petrol bomb attack, then views of Barbara Muldoon (Anti-Racist Network) who blames Loyalists for the attack.

The British Government is to introduce the recommendations of Prof. Alan Goldstock, from New York, into stopping paramilitaries and organised crime into Public bodies. Film report on his twenty one recommendations with Ian Pearsons (Northern Ireland Office Minister) reaction.

At Castlereagh,the army removed twenty eight Royal Irish Regiment soldiers from security duties following the disappearance of a security document on terrorist suspects which may have fallen into the hands of Loyalist paramilitaries. Ian Pearson Northern Ireland Office, Minister) confirmed the document was still missing.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 22nd Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 45 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5439



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Three Nigerians flee Belfast's Loyalist Village area in another racist attack. Film report hears there have been four hundred and fifty three racist attacks this year. One of the Nigerians, Godwin Ajisafe comments o the threats. Then review of yesterday's attack nearby on the Bangladeshi man, with statistics shown for racist attacks over last two years and little convictions. Nigel Grimshaw (PSNI) comments on the statistics, then views of Sara Boyce (Anti-Racist Network) , then Ruth Patterson's (DUP) reaction.

In Loughall two Polish woman were attacked and robbed by a gang of men police believe may be Russian. Film report with neighbour Stephen Wilson's comments and then John Campbell's (SDLP Cllr, Armagh Dep. Mayor) views.

The police have arrested a man in Staines, England connected to the death of Downpatrick man 'Tiger' Crane.

In the Courts, Stephen Magee (23) has been charged with murdering Chris Finegan in Banbridge last week. Film report.

Tracey Coulter, daughter of Jackie Coulter (UDA) killed in a Loyalist feud in 2000 says she's been forced out of her Shankill Road home. Film report on the attack on her home and car last night with Tracy's interview on the intimidation.

In Dublin today, a memorial to three bus drivers, George Bradshaw, Thomas Duffy and Thomas Douglas, killed in the Dublin/Monaghan bombing thirty one years ago was unveiled. Film report with relatives interviews.

Former Glasgow Celtic player, Bertie Peacock (75) has died and will be buried in Coleraine on Sunday, he was mourned on the Falls and Shankhill Road today. Film report on his footballing career with Hugh Jordan's (Journalist) comments and film clip of Peacock talking about the 1958 Northern Ireland World Cup team and vox pop from Shankhill residents on Peacocks Northern Ireland Career and comments of his friends at Coleraine FC and from Milk Cup organisers.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 23rd Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
17 mins 2 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5440



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Bangladeshi man Mohammed Hassein intimidated out of the village area, has said he has been overwhelmed with offers of support. Film report with his comments. Veteran Irish Republican Joe Cahill (84) has died. Film report on his lifetime involvement in the Republican movement with film clips and comment of Martin McGuinness (SF).

(5.00 p.m, Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Sat 24th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 9 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5308



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report on death of veteran Republican, Joe Cahill with film clips and views of M. McGuinness on Cahill's support of the Sinn Fein leadership.

(6.00 p.m., Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 24th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 8 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5309



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Carrickfergus families attacked and forced out because of Celtic poster. Film reoport with interview with Christopher Magill (23) and Lisa Magill. Martin Meehan, SF Cllr blames the UVF for the attack and says PSNI will brush it under the carpet. PUP denies involvement. Political reaction from UUP and Alliance.

INLA man, Joseph 'Mad dog' Magee has been given life for the murder in April 1992, in Derby, England of Sgt. Michael Newman. He will be free in months under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement. Film report.

In Downpatrick Courthouse, Mark Haugh has been charged with murdering his brother-in-law, Patrick 'Tiger' Crane. Film report.

In Derry, the PSNI are treating an attack on Don McMenamin as attempted murder. Film reprot with Tom Woods (PSNI Chief Insp.) comments. A. Maskey (SF) has called on the British Government to come clean about the theft of a security file from Castlereagh which it's believed the UDA now has. Film report reviews the controversy over the last week and has interview with A. Maskey (SF, MLA).

The Electoral Commission today released it's figures relating to the current financial status of parties here.

Report on armed robbery in Newry.

Film report reviews the death of veteran Republican, Joe Cahill and looks back at his life time struggle and previews his funeral on Tuesday with G. Adams comments on the importance of Joe Cahill to the peace process.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 26th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 33secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5310



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
No opening titles. Funeral of Joe Cahill in Belfast. Film report with Gerry Adam's graveside oration. Francis Black sings at graveside, in Milltown Republican Plot.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 27th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 11secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5311



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Joe Cahill's funeral attended by thousands, including Senior Republican's. Film report with Gerry Adams (SF) oration and review of Cahill's lifetime in the IRA.

(6.30p.m, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 27th Jul 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 50 secs
DVD No.
D05180
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5312



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
No opening titles. A family home in Ligonel, in North Belfast was attacked with a pipebomb last night. Film report hears Eoin O Broin (SF Cllr), blame loyalists for the attack.

I. Paisley Snr (DUP) has been admitted to hospital for routine tests say his family.

In Derry the funeral took place of Don McMenamin who died following an assault last week. Film report.

The Clogher Security base is to close, A Foster (DUP, MLA) criticises the move. Film report.

In the courts, Alison Martin (31) was charged with killing George McDowell (31) in Rathcoole last week. Film report.

The son of an army bomb disposal officer, Bill Clarke killed by a bomb in Claudy, today thirty two years ago, has visited the site of his father's death. Film report covers Russell Clarkes visit to make a documentary about his fathers death to get closure with his comments.

BBC Newslines next piece deals with the growing problem here of teenage suicides, in the studio, Moira Devlin (Mental Health Review) and Patricia McQuillan (Lenadoon Councilling Project) discuss the reason behind the suicide increases and states response to date.

The SDLP is involved at present in raising funds for it's party with events like the John Hume Golf classic, currently it's £90,000 in debt. Patricia Lewsley (SDLP, MLA) comments on the party plan to take contributions from MLA's salaries. The report then reviews how Sinn Fein, which has a £150,000 surplus, the DUP with £40,000 surplus, and the UUP with £300,000 surplus all deal with their finances. David McClarity (UUP) comments on MLA's giving contributions from their wages. D. Ford (Alliance Party) believes more than subscriptions are needed to survive.

(6.00p.m, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Tue 3rd Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
11mins 52secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5313



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, at the funeral today in West Belfast of Fiona Barnes (18) who committed suicide, after her boyfriend Michael McComb (19) took his own life after his younger sister, Debbie was killed by joyriders in 2002. The priest, Fr. Steven Rooney, told mourners young people's despair was being ignored. Film report.

The PSNI and Chinese police have identified the Chinese woman murdered in the city months ago.

The Police Ombudsman Office has criticised the PSNI investigation of a shooting at Draperstown Polling Station in June 2001. In September 2003 a man charged with shooting was found not guilty because a forensic officer but procedures at the shooting scene were criticised. Film report.

In the Courts, three Carrickfergus men were granted bail on charges relating to last weeks attack on a Catholic families home. Film report.

G. Adams (SF) today met the Parades Commission to discuss the Commission's Parades decision on 12th July last and the upcoming Apprentice Boys Parade past Ardoyne later this month. Film report with G. Adams comments at the meeting and the Ardoyne situation, then Nelson McCausland (DUP, MLA) views.

The Northern Ireland Memorial has launched a publicity campaign about it's efforts to help victims of the Northern Ireland Troubles. Jim Moore (81) an ex-UDR man who lost both his legs in an IRA car bomb twenty one years ago comments on how he has been helped by the fund. Dennis License (Memorial Fund Chairman) explains their efforts to give support to victims.

(6.00 p.m., Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 4th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 35 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5314



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
More details of the Chinese woman murdered in Belfast in June 2004. Film report. She was Que Minna (22) from North East China. Brian Maguire, PSNI Super explains how she was identified by dental records by Chinese Police.

Three SDLP members of the District Policing Partnership have received death threats and bullets in the post. Film report on the response from Eamon O'Neill (Co. Down) Joseph O'Hare and Michael Carr (Cllrs) also received similar threats. Report reviews previous threats to the SDLP.

Antrim man, Stephen Johnston has been charged with possession of drugs worth £500,000 this week. Film report.

In Rathcoole, the funeral took place of J. McDowell, stabbed to death last week. Film report.

Last night J. Donaldson (DUP, MP) attended a debate in Republican West Belfast. Film report on West Belfast Festival event shows Donaldson answer question from IRA former bomber about his views on IRA decommissioning.

Today in Lisburn, J. Donaldson looks back at the debate and says he was treated well, then G. Adams (SF) comments.

Ken Reid (Political Correspondent) examines the call by Coiste, the Republican ex-prisoners Association, that it wants a Museum built on the site of the Maze prison. Film report hears views of South African, Gerard Corsane, who was director of the Robbin Island Prison Museum.

(6.00 p.m., Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 5th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 11 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5315



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Appeals for calm precede tomorrow's Apprentice Boys parade in Derry and for the Feeder Parade past Ardoyne. Film reports reviews 12th July riots in Ardoyne and looks at Protestant communities' rules for tommorow's parade. Politician's M. Morgan (SDLP) and G. Kelly (SF), gives their reactions on the parade, supporters walking the parade, then Loyalist, John McVicar (North and West Belfast Parades Forum) condemns the Parades Commission ruling and criticises Ardoyne residents, Tommy Cheevers (Apprentice Boys) comments on supporters issue.

In Derry, the Bogside Residents Group aren't opposing the main Apprentice Boys March, but want talks on the feeder parade issue. Film report with Doncha MacNaillis (BRG) remarks, then Apprentice Boy, William Hay (DUP, MLA) views follwoed by Richard Russell (PSNI Chief Supt.) comments on their plans for police operation just twenty four hours after the Apprentice Boys March, then the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) will be also marching. Jim Crossan (AOH) comments.

The daughter of an Enniskillen bomb victim, Arlene Quinton, in 1987 met Senior PSNI Chiefs to enquire if an investigation was still going on. Film report with Arlene's comments after the meeting. Then A. Foster (DUP) views on the meeting, followed by views of Phil Wright (PSNI Chief Supt.).

A DUP Councillor, Gardner Kane (58) was convicted in Coleraine of assault. Film report.

(6.00 p.m., Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 13th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 34 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5316



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Apprentice Boys Feeder Parade past Ardoyne has passed off without incident, but at a Feeder Parade in Maghera, Co. Derry, a van was set alight. Film reports show Tommy Cheevers ( Apprentice Boys) handing letter of protest to PSNI, then B. Hutchinson's (PUP) comments on supporters not being able to walk home past Ardoyne, followed by David Boultwood's (PSNI, Chief Supt.) comments.

In Maghera, the Apprentice Boys volunteered to re-route after a crowd of one hundred Nationalists blocked their route in the town.

In Derry's Waterside, petrol bombers attacked the PSNI as the main Apprentice Boys Parade passed through the city. Ricky Russell (PSNI, Chief Supt.) comments on the minor Derry violence.

In North Belfast's Shore Road Area a man (2?) was shot and beaten in a punishment attack and on Belfast's Lisburn Road, there were two armed robberies.

(5.00pm, Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 14th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
4 mins 28 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5321



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, a Lithuanian family home has been attacked by petrol bombers in Armagh. On the Saturday night the 21 year old male in the house was beaten up by seven people in his front garden. Film report with Domnic Bradley's (SDLP, MLA) views.

In Dungannon, Gary Smith (21) was charged with a petrol bomb attack on Portugese people in that town. Film report.

P. Robinson (DUP) says they would work with Sinn Fein in an Executive with devolved Policing powers if the PIRA winds down completely. Film report on Robinson's article in the Irish Times about Kent Castle talks in four weeks, then Robinson comments to UTV, with M. McLaughlin's (SF) reaction.

In Drumahoe area of Co. Derry last week, two women were assaulted by Loyalists because one of them wore a GAA shirt.

The developer of the Crumlin Road Jail, B. Gilligan, puts forward his case that the historic prison should be the site for a Troubles Museum in Northern Ireland, then Patricia Lewsley (SDLP) views, but Michael Ferguson (SF) says they want the H Block prison hospital site as a museum, then D. Poots (DUP) says such a Museum shouldn't be at the maze.

(6.00 p.m., Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 16th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 52 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5317



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Northern Ireland's A level results have once again been the best in the UK. Film report on the statistics, Gavin Boyd (CCEA) denies A levels are getting easier, he praises teachers efforts. Film clip from St Patrick's Grammar School in Downpatrick features Jim Higgins Jnr and Principal Dermot Mullan comments. Martin Quinn (CCEA) explains the purpose of their student help line.

In Court, Sean Gerard Hoey, from South Armagh has been charged with RIRA bomb attacks in 1998 including the Omagh bombing. Film report.

The Orange Order has called on the Irish Government to develop the five hundred acre Battle of the Boyne site as a tourist attraction. David Hume (Orange Order) outlines what they'd like to see take place.

(6.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 19th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 19 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5322



Series Title:
Reeling in the Years:
Programme Title:
Reeling in the years: 1994
Description:
A Look back at the news stories of 1994 in Ireland and around the world with the popular music of the year as background; includes the Republican and Loyalist ceasefires. (The main collection of these documentaries is on Tape No.271, A, B, and C.)
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 23rd Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
26 mins
DVD No.
D04750
Tape No.
293
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
643



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in North Belfast's Torrens estate the last Protestant families are leaving, claiming sectarian attacks have forced them out. Film report with resident Elizabeth Ferguson's views, then Billy Moody comments, then Eoin O' Broin's reaction, followed by Billy Hutchinson's (PUP) views.

The Bass Brewery on Belfast's Glen Road is to close in January ending one hundred and seven years of brewing on the site and costing eighty five jobs. Film report.

Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) met the DUP and UUP separately today for talks. Film report with J. Donaldson's (DUP) concern about the future of the PSNI full time reserve. Then P. Robinson says Unionists won't accept a convicted terrorist as a future Minister of Justice. Then later D. Trimble (UUP) comments on his talks with Murphy urging him to keep pressure on Republicans and the closure of army barracks.

(6.00 p.m., Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 24th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 53 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5318



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, West Belfast loyalist, Thomas Potts (35) has had his jail sentence on extortion charges increased to 5 years and a Lurgan loyalist convicted of killing Elizabeth O' Neil during the Drumcree Trouble in 1999, Philip Blaney (38) has lost his appeal. Film report.

In Dublin, two thousand people queued up to get former US President, Bill Clinton's signature on his new book. Film report with Clinton's comments on current political stalemate. Tomorrow he visits Derry, Belfast and Enniskillen.

(6.30p.m, Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Wed 25th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 2secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5319



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Report from North Belfast's Torrens estate in the Old Park area, shows last ten Protestant families moving out, with residents blaming Republicans. Elizabeth Ferguson comments, then Eoin O' Broin (SF) comments, then N Dodd's (DUP, MP) views.

Former US President, Bill Clinton has met hundreds of people in Belfast at his book signing today. Film report with Clinton's remarks on current political situation.

In Magee College, Hilary Clinton got an honourary doctorate and gave the Tip O'Neil memorial lecture. She urged political leaders to make progress here.

In Saintfield vandals damaged the local Presbyterian Cemetary. Film report.

In Courts a charge of murdering Alan McCullough (19) against Loyalist, Ahab Shourkri was dropped. Film report on feud background to the case.

(6.30p.m, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Thu 26th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
5 mins 23 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5320



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In court, four men were charged with an attack on loyalist bandsmen. Film report on stabbing, names the defendants as Sean Liddy (23), Chris McConnell (17), Keith O'Neill (17), the fourth defendant is too young to be named.

In North Belfast Torrens Estate a row has broken out between Sinn Fein and the DUP over whether Loyalists or Republicans attacked the community centre. Film report with G. Kelly's (SF) view then Mark Coulter's (Loyalist) counter view.

At Narrow water, floral tributes left after two services held to remember the eighteen British Soldiers killed by the PIRA on 27th August 1979 were vandalised. Film report with Danny Kennedy's (UUP) reaction.

In Ballycastle, last night two men were arrested as fifty people threw bottles at the police. Film report shows the riot didn't dampen the Ould Lammas Fair activities.

(6.00pm, Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 30th Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 26 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5323



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, dissident republicans have been blamed for causing today's Belfast traffic snarl-ups. Film report on bomb alerts and suspect parcels at the Post Office sorting office. The hoaxes are on the tenth anniversary of the PIRA ceasefire in 1994, the CIRA claimed the bomb warnings, S. Wilson (DUP) gives his reaction to getting a hoax device.

In Ballycastle, a second night of violence hit the town with a woman stabbed, four people were arrested. David Wallace (PSNI, Chief Inspector) plays down the trouble.

In Banbridge, a woman escaped injury in a pipebomb attack on her home last night. Film report.

In Downing Street, Tony Blair (Prime Minister) today met the Independent Monitoring Commission, while in Dublin, a UUP group led by Reg Empey met B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister). Afterwards R. Empey said he wants to put pressure on Sinn Fein/IRA over decommissioning. Film report.

On the tenth anniversary of the PIRA ceasefire in 1994. A film report examines th historical importance of the event, includes news reports film of the time, then historian equates the day with 1916, 1921 etc. Jim Gibney (SF) recalls an emotional day for him but Geraldine Taylor (Republican, Sinn Fein) says the ceasefire was a sell out. Alan McBride (Shankhill bomb relative) recalls his feelings while watching Republican celebrations, he was angry. Peter Farrar (PSNI, West Belfast Chief Insp.) describes the Policing changes over the last ten years. Then Stephen Davison (Pacemaker Photographer) recalls trying to capture the day in a photo. Martin Wright's photo chosen. On the 9th February 1996 the PIRA bombed Canary Wharf ending the First ceasefire not restored until July 1997. Eamon Phoenix comments peace does come dropping slow. The next story tells the story of Sam Stewart, the ceasefire baby, he was born six minutes after the PIRA ceasefire, he's ten tomorrow, he talks to the programme and his mother Lisa Stewart comments.

(6.00pm, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 31st Aug 2004
Duration: minutes
15 mins 3 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5324



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Ian Paisley spells out the price for doing a deal with Sinn Fein. Film report on Stormont talks with Jonathan Powells, Blair's Chief of Staff. Paisley denies he's in ill health, he then said no party with arms can be in government, it must disband. Powell also met Sinn Fein. Gerry Adams said DUP will eventually talk to Sinn Fein. Reg Empey (UUP) told the government not to over hype the Leeds Castle talks and M. Durkan (SDLP) repeated the comment. Then live analysis from Ken Reid at Stormont, he says Paisley said the stories on his ill health where written by 'Romanist Journalists' and Jonathan Powells role today profiled.

West Belfast's Park Centre was evacuated today following a bomb warning.

In Courts, three Belfast youths charged with stabbing three loyalist bandsmen wrere given bail.

At Ballycastle, counterfeit goods worth £175,000 were seized by the PSNI at the Ould Lammas Fair. A second report after yesterdays on the tenth anniversary of the PIRA ceasefire looks at the regeneration in Belfast over the last ten years with comments of Kevin Houston (HCL, Call Centre), then Bill Hastings, the owner of Northern Ireland's most bombed hotel, the Europa, comments, then pupils of Methodist College, aged eight in 1994 comment, most of them will go to University in England however, then Falls and Shankhill civilians comments positively.

Belfast Titanic Society wants Belfast City Council to buy the Nomadic in France this summer. It's the last White Star line vessel, it carried passengers to the Titanic. Film report with supporters comments of the move.

(6.00pm, Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 1st Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D05190
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5325



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Castledawson a shop owner and his family were held hostage by a gang during a robbery. Film report hears it happened just hours before Prince Charles arrived in the village. Shop owner Ronnie Docy comments, then neighbours reactions, then John Lindsay's (PSNI, SUPT) views.

In Belfast's Sandy Row area, Loyalists are being blamed for the attempted murder of a thirty year old taxi-driver. Film report with Bob Stokers (UUP, Cllr) views.

H. Orde (PSNI, Chief Cons.) has called for a legal review of the Parades Commission powers to deal with supporters who follow Orange Parades. He commented to the Policing Board following recent controversies at Orange Parades in Ardoyne, Maghera and Lurgan. Film report has film of recent Ardoyne Parade and Ordes remarks and Duncan McCausland's (Assist. Chief Cons) comments on arresting Ardoyne rioters.

The British and Irish Government have again said they believe a political deal can be done at the Leeds Castle talks but I. Paisley (DUP) says there'll be no deal unless arms issue is dealt with. Film report wiith B. Cowen and P. Murphy's comments, then I. Paisley's reaction. Earlier, Martin McGuinness (SF) says they're up to a deal, but M. Durkan (SDLP) amd R. Empey (UUP) weren't pleased with Paisley's performance.

In Dungannon, Phelim Gildernew (SF, Cllr), the father of Michelle Gildernew (SF, MP) received a bullet in the post. Twelve other Sinn Fein personnel received threats including A. Maskey (SF) who comments on the threat.

The next report covers the visit of Prince Charles to Northern Ireland and his earlier visit to the Crumlin Road Jail which is up for redevelopment, he crossed the tunnel into the Crumlin Court house, he had earlier visited Castledawson in Co. Derry, to visit a home bakery. Film report.

(6.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 2nd Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
16 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D05200
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5326



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In North Belfast Sinn Fein claim a digger attack on a pub was an attempt to kill Catholics. Film report from '32 Degrees North' Bar with owner Sean Conlon's views. Then Margaret McClenaghan's (SF, Cllr) reaction blaming the UDA, then Nelson McCausland (DUP) calls for access to the bar to be limited to the back door only.

Also today a school bus carrying Protestant boys was attacked as it passed the Ardoyne Shops.

A group called Families Against Car Crime has called on local parties to be stricter on their members who are convicted of drink driving. W. Clarke (SF, MLA) in South Down and Derek Hussey (UUP, MLA) in Tyrone have both been convicted recently. Film report with groups, Kevin Fitzpatrick's comments.

In courts, an unnamed fifteen year old boy has been charged with attempted murder of a man in North Belfast.

In Belfast, the social services have made an appeal for families to become foster parents. Film report with Phylis Elwood (Fostering Networks) comments. Joe O'Donnell (SF, Cllr) has withdrawn an application to build town houses on land at the back of his house. Film report on controversary.

In Belfast, the DUP met the International Monitoring Commission (IMC) today. Film report with P. Robinson's comments on the importance of Paisley to any future deal with Sinn Fein. Then I. Paisley Jnr on his father's health, followed by analysis of comments from Ken Reid (Political Editor) who also comments on news that Bill Clinton (Former US President) has had a heart attack in New York.

(6.00pm, Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 3rd Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 23 secs
DVD No.
D05200
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5327



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, at a Press Conference today Sinn Fein put on show a bugging device found in the house of a party worker in Andersonstown. Film report with Michael Ferguson's (SF, Cllr) comments and then Paul Maskey's (Cllr) views.

In North Belfast, John Montgomery (UPRG) says someone will be killed if sectarian violence doesn't cease following the stabbing of an eighteen year old catholic by Loyalists. Film report from Whitewell area reviews recent North Belfast trouble with Danny Kennedy (SF, Cllr) comments.

In West Belfast, Suffolk area, the homes of four protestant families were attacked by stone throwers. Film report with Jason Millers (resident) comments, then Elsie Barrett, then Stephanie Kelly.

In London a Sinn Fein delegation is in talks with British Government Representatives. Film report from Ken Reid, Republicans angry about bugging device. G. Adams (SF) comments on possibility of deal with the DUP, then Ken Reid analysis of party positions before Leeds talks.

An inquest into the death of an alleged drug dealer, paul Daly (28) in May 2001, has been adjourned because his familiy didn't turn up. Film report.

(6.00pm, Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 6th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 30 secs
DVD No.
D05200
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5328



Series Title:
The Morrison Tapes
Programme Title:
Part 1: 10 Years On
Description:
Programme profiles three people who emigrated to the USA ten years ago under the Morrison visa plan. It examines how they viewed things then and now, against what they actually achieved.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 7th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD No.
D05200
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
644



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Speculation mounts that H. Orde (PSNI CH/CON) will recommend keeping he full time reserve for a further period as a compromise measure. Film report from Policing Board meeting, Unionist Reg Empey has been fighting the Patton report recommendations on the reserve, he comments on this, then I. Paisley Jnr (DUP) calls disbandment madness. Then A. Attwood (SDLP) says they can live with compromise, then Irvine Montgomery's (Police Federation) views.

Tony Blair's warned the parties here, he'll look at other ways forward if next week's Leed's Castle talks are a failure. Film report from Downing Street with Ken Reid comments.

Meanwhile Peter Robinson (DUP) was in Dublin today to address the Irish CBI Conference. Film report with his comments in a speech directed to G. Adams, he cautions on the big 'ask' of deal within a year, and he also revealed he told Blair they want a peace fund if they do achieve a deal. Afterwards delegates comments on Robinson's speech. As Robinson leaves he cracks a joke ''Where's the grey mists of the Irish Republic they talk about''. In the studio, Lord Falconer, the Lord Chancellor explains the new independent Commissions role in appointing Judges in Northern Ireland.

(6.00pm, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 7th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 39 secs
DVD No.
D05200
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5329



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Derry, workmen escape injury as dissident Republican gunmen shoot at Strand Road Police Station. Film report with eye witness Mary Burkes comments, then local doctor Joe McEvoy comments on damage to his car, then Brian Humes' (PSNI Inspector) reaction to the shooting.

In a paper interview, Danny Murphy (GAA Ulster Council Secretary) says they will support the building of a multi sports stadium at the Maze site. Film report on the significance of the GAA move with Danny Murphy's comments, then Jim Rodgers (UUP, Cllr) whose on the Sports Council gives his reaction to the GAA decision, then in the studio Tony Whitehead of the strategic Investment Board, who are behind the new stadium gives his reaction to the GAA statement and it's significance for their business plan. He comments on the work still to do on a possible site.

After eighteen months of negotiations a severance deal for the full time police reserve has finally been agreed. Film report on £100, 000,000 pay off and Patten report recommendations, with reaction from Terry Spence (Police Federation) praising the deal and giving general details.

The PSNI have warned ethnic communities here of the danger of attacks by a white Supremist group called the United British Alliance. Film report with Jamal Iweida (Belfast Islamic Centre) reaction, and review of recent racist incidents, then D. Ervine (PUP) comments on the role of the Loyalist Paramilitaries, then Davy Carlin (Anti-Racist Network) views.

Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) has told Westminister the upcoming Leeds Castle talks are not a staging post but a decision time for the local parties. Film report from Question Time in Parliament with P. Robinson (DUP) question and S. Mallon (SDLP) attack on the DUP, then D. Trimble (UUP) warns the Government of losing credibility.

(6.00pm, Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 8th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
16 mins 31 secs
DVD No.
D05200
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5330



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Chief Constable says half of the PSNI Reserve are to be made redundant. Film report says Police Federation have passed a vote of no confidence in Hugh Orde, report begins at Policing Board meeting with Ordes' announcement. Eight hundred and seventy reservists are going and he's keeping six hundred and eighty on three year contracts. Orde rejects claims his decision is a political one, he supports Patten recommendations on the size of the PSNI. Then Unionist reaction is anger. Sammy Wilson (DUP) outlines their views, then Alan McFarland (UUP) supports the Police Federation position, however A. Attwood (SDLP) called it a right and timely decision, while G. Kelly (SF) called it a breach of the Patten reforms, he said its retaining a Unionist, sectarian force. Then in an interview outside the Police headquarters, H. Orde defends today's decision.

The next film report reviews the history of the RUC police reserve since it's formation in the 1970's, includes statistics that forty nine reservists were killed during the troubles, the first was Andrew Baird in Portadown in 1975. Old film clips shown of violence, then case of Bill Finlay shot dead in October 1983 in Downpatrick by PIRA, his widow Elsie Finlay recalls the event, then with film clip of February 1985, the story of the death of nine RUC men in a Newry mortar attack. Four of them were reservists, Geoff Campbell, Denis Price, Paul McFerrar and Sean McHale, Chris Ryder (Author) profiles the reserves role in policing, then A. Attwood (SDLP) reacalls that Nationalists considered the RUC and it's reserve as not being impartial and fairminded. He says abolishing the reserve is a good thing for policing, then a full time reservist, Paul Rush outlines his feeling about today's redundancy package.

Back in the studio, Irwin Montgomery (Police Federation) gives their views on the Chief Constable's statement today which he says will have a knock on effect on the streets, he says it was a political decision, looking at the figures, he says that's exactly what Alex Attwood (SDLP) wanted and he got it.

The RIRA admitted it attacked the Strand Road PSNI Station in Derry yesterday. Film report.

Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) has signed a book of condolences to the children killed in a school seige in Russia and today with Brian Cowen (Irish Foreign Minister) held more talks in Stormont with Sinn Fein and the SDLP.

(6.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 9th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
12mins 48 secs
DVD No.
D05200
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5332



Series Title:
Battlefield Britain
Programme Title:
The Boyne 1690
Description:
Documentary programme uses computer graphics to bring to life the ebb and flow during what was arguably the most important battle fought on Irish soil.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Fri 10th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD No.
D05210
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
645



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Magazine piece on history if Belfast's gas works on the Ormeau Road, with old film clips and still photos, and recollections of ex-worker Sam Gault. Today the site is a modern business centre. Claire O'Neill (Belfast Partnership) comments.

(5.30pm, Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 10th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 24 secs
DVD No.
D05200
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5331



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Blair and Ahern meet again to prepare for Leeds Castle talks next week, after their meeting in Blair's home constituency. Both men were upbeat about the choices of success. Film report from Ken Reid with Blair's views that if they get a deal it will seal the peace. Blair says Paisley is crucial to any deal, then B. Ahern comments on his relationship with Paisley and the DUP. Then Ken Reid gives his analysis of the two Prime Ministers comments today and the difficulties ahead and talk of a two stage deal and the seating arrangements for the talks.

The PSNI Superintendents Association today accepted the assurances of Hugh Orde (Chief Constable) that the redundancies in the police reserve wasn't a political decision but an operational one. Film report includes his meeting today with the rank and file officers, Police Federation are still angry about yesterdays decision and no interviews were given after that meeting, report also covers unionist political reaction.

In Belfast, one hundred and fifty people turned up to rally against racism. Film report with interviews with Barbara Muldoon of the anti-racist network, then police statistics for the number of racist attacks followed by Anna Lo (Chines Welfare Association) comments.

In Belfast a newspaper war is heating up within Nationalism as a newspaper, the Daily Ireland, which is part of the Andersontown News Group, aims to take on the Irish News. Film report with Noel Doran's (Irish News, Editor) views on the new look Irish News, then comments on the finances of Daily Ireland, who refused to give an interview.

(6.00pm, Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 10th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 18 secs
DVD No.
D05210
Tape No.
294
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5334



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Shalom Ireland
Description:
Documentary profiles the contribution made by Ireland's small Jewish community to Irish history, starting with 19th century immigration, then the Easter Rising, the Anglo-Irish war, the Civil War, and right through to modern times.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE2
Date Broadcast:
Sun 12th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
52 mins
DVD No.
D05210
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
646



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
UDA man Ken Barett and Police (SB) informer pleads guilty to killing solicitor Pat Finucane in February 1989. Film report reviews evidence of Johnston Brown (RUC Sgt) to whom in 1991 Barett admitted killing Finucane, but Special Branch prevented any charges at that time. Nine years later Barett again admitted the murder to BBC Panorama Journalists, but he was only charged later by the Steven's Inquiry team as was another Special Branch agent in the UDA, William Stobie, whom the UFF later killed. The Stevens Team in England had watched Barrett under surveillance and taped his conversations, again he admitted ''F****ing massacred'' Finucane. Barrett also said it was the police who suggested the Finucane murder.

On leaving the court, J. Brown (RUC, CID Sgt.) blamed the RUC Special Branch for blocking Barrett's prosecution in the early 1990's and he asked for a public inquiry. In London, Sir John Stevens hoped the guilty plea would bring some satisfaction to the Finucane family, he says again there was collusion in this case. Pat Finucane's widow, Geraldine now believes a Public Inquiry can go ahead. Film report with her comments and reaction from Mitchel McLaughlin (SF, MLA) and Mark Durkan (SDLP) calling for an inquiry. Dave Cox (Stevens Team Investigator) today said no further charges in this case are imminent, then G. Finucane says the day's events are only the beginning.

The DUP today met John DeChastelein (Decommissioning Boss) and put their claim for a visual, filmed proof of any further act of decommissioning by the PIRA. Film report with Peter Robinson's comments.

In Portadown's Garvaghy Road, arsonists tried to burn down St Johns Roman Catholic Church. Film report with Dolores Kelly's (SDLP) reaction, then Rev. John Pickering's (Drumcree Church of Ireland Rector) views.

In Carrickfergus, two men were arrested and four guns recovered in a police operation.

In the courts at a fair employment hearing Catholic man, Jonathan Montague has alleged religious discrimination against his employers, Templeton/Robinson. Film report on both sides of the story.

(6.00pm, Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 13th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 20 secs
DVD No.
D05220
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5335



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Ken Barrett's guilty plea to charge of murdering Pat Finucane in February 1989. Film report from court with clips of Barrett from Panorama, then comments of D. Cox (Steven's Teams Commander). Followed by interviews with Geraldine Finucane on the family's reaction, they want his superiors and policy makers made accountable, prosecutions are prime importance, they want the whole truth and that means a public inquiry. Brian Rowan (BBC Security Editor) then discusses the significance of today's case and the chances now of a public inquiry into the Finucane murder. He also comments on John DeChastelein's meeting today with the DUP and P. Robinson's comments on visual decommissioning.

(6.30p.m, Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 13th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 17 secs
DVD No.
D05220
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5336



Series Title:
The Brighton Bomb
Programme Title:
Part 1: The Bombing
Description:
Peter Taylor's reconstruction of the 1984 attack on the British government by the PIRA. He uses archive film clips and interviews with survivors, firemen, policemen, plus the Conservative Party leaders at the time, Margaret Thatcher and Norman Tebbit, and Danny Morrison (Sinn Fein; SF).
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 14th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
60 mins
DVD No.
D05220
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
647



Series Title:
The Brighton Bomb
Programme Title:
Part 2: The Hunt for the Bomber
Description:
Here Peter Taylor focuses on the Brighton Bomber (Patrick Magee) revealing how the attack was carried out and how he was caught. Magee gives an interview explaining the attack from the point of view of the PIRA.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 14th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD No.
D05220
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
England
Record No.
648



Series Title:
The Morrison Tapes
Programme Title:
Part 2:
Description:
More reviews of people who emigrated to the USA ten years ago under the Morrison visa scheme, profiling their successes and failures.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 14th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
43 mins
DVD No.
D05230
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
649



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A Co. Derry farmer Patrick Devine (44) has been shot dead at his home. Film report from Claudy hears he may have been killed in a feud over sheep, but paramilitary involvement isn't ruled out. Andrew Hunter (PSNI Det/Supt) comment, then views of Thomas Conway (SDLP Cllr) and local priest, Fr. Michael McEldowney.

In Belfast, Sinn Fein have uncovered a sophisticated listening device in Connolly House. Film report shows Mitchel McLaughlin (SF, Chairman) display the device and it's hiding place, then G. Adams calls it hypocritical of the British Government, report reviews the finding of another bug a week ago at another Sinn Fein worker's home. G. Adams says he'll take the device to the talks at Leeds Castle and give it back to Tony Blair.

At Saul, outside Downpatrick an armed gang held a man's family hostage while they robbed his firm of a sum of money.

On the eve of crucial talks at Leeds Castle about the peace process, the DUP has accused David Trimble and the UUP of making concessions to Sinn Fein in previous talks that are now irreversible and have weakened Unionism. Film report with M. McGimpsey's (UUP, MLA) reaction to the DUP statement and then P. Robinson (DUP) views.

At a fair employment Tribunal in Belfast, evidence was heard about the lack of Catholics working in the estate agent firm of Templeton/Robinson. The case was brought by former employee, Jonathan Montague. Film report.

In the Republic, Mary McAleese (Irish President) has announced she will stand for a second seven year term. Film report with McAleese press conference coverage and analysis of possible opponents.

(6.00pm, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 14th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D05230
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5337



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, In Downpatrick an armed gang escaped with half a million pounds in a Securicor robbery. Film report on the details, up to ten men involved with comments from Alan Manes (PSNI, Det. Supt). Then reactions from Peter Craig (SDLP Cllr)

Breaking news report says CIRA in Belfast have threatened to bomb a police station, checkpoints have been set up.

As Northern Ireland political parties head for Leeds Castle talks, both the DUP and Sinn Fein have urged caution. Film report with Peter Robinson (DUP) interview saying any deal will take time to evolve, he also says they want significant changes to the Good Friday Agreement (GFA) which he lists. Back in Belfast, M. McLaughlin (SF) says not enough necessary work to prepare has been done by the two Governments, then D. Trimble (UUP) says its decision time for Republicans on decommissioning. Next report comes from Leeds Castle grounds in Kent and gives a historic profile of the Eleventh Century Castle and lists all the issues the parties must discuss there over three days. Then Ken Reid (Political Editior) outlines what's different about these crunch talks this time, it?s the fact Paisley is there. Ken Reid outlines the two main issues, the end of the IRA and Unionist agreement not to collapse the Executive and share power in good faith. Reid believes any agreement will take months to evolve.

In Belfast, Irwin Montgomery (Police Federation, Chairman) has called on Hugh Orde (Chief Constable) to review his decision to retire most of the police reserve if the Leeds Castle talks fails. Film report from Federation Conference in Newcastle, covers Irwin Montgomery's comments in his speech, on the reserve and Ian Pearson's (Northern Ireland Office) defence of the Chief Constable's decision. Irwin Montgomery also asked the government to grant £9,000,000 to finance a re-investigation of two thousand unsolved murders here.

In Derry, Pat Ramsey's (SDLP, MLA) home was attacked with petrol bombs, his family escaped injury. Film report on this latest attack on his home which is the fiftieth attack on SDLP members this year and interview with Pat Ramsey and his wife. Republican dissidents are blamed for the attack.

Police today comfirmed Co. Derry farmer, Pat Devine, whose body was found on Monday died of gun shot wounds.

In Co. Armagh's Poyntz Pass, Mary McAleese (Irish President) today opened a new community building. Film report reviews the LVF murders six years ago of Phillip Allen, a Protestant, and his Catholic friend, Damien Trainor, and the town's Community Association's view that their friendship had inspired them, then John Morrow (Poyntz Pass Regeneration) comments, followed by Mary McAleese's comments.

(6.00pm, Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 15th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
18 mins 59 secs
DVD No.
D05230
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5340



Series Title:
Newsnight
Programme Title:
Description:
Begins with today's news headlines, then report on the beginning of the Leeds Castle talks between Northern Ireland political parties, featuring the questions is the IRA close to disbanding and can Republicans ever leave violence behind them and can Sinn Fein some how break from the IRA. A film report begins in Derry City where Gerry O'Hara's (SF, Cllr, Mayor of Derry) takes the BBC reporter on a tour showing of the new confidence of the business community and the new buildings, reporter makes a passing reference to O' Hara being a convicted bomber earlier in his life. O'Hara explains why Republicans used to believe physical force was the only way to bring about change, and how the peace process has made the old ways invalid. Film clip then shows IRA bombs exploding in Derry, then Liz McKean (reporter) visits young Republicans like Elisha Anderson, they speak with a new confidence also commenting is Michael Anderson and Joanne McDaid who believe politics is working. Liz McKean then shows film of Bloody Sunday and comments on the effects had on strengthening the IRA and it's armed struggle, then Denis Bradley comments on how the IRA has come to terms with the Peace Process step by step. Then John Hume (SDLP) says the Good Friday Agreement undermined the IRA's reason d'etre, but Liz McKean points out how the quieter the IRA is, the greater is Sinn Fein's growth at the expense of the SDLP. She then reviews the growth of Sinn Fein's political process and it's beginnings during the Hunger Strike deaths. A film clip shows the Bobby Sands Funeral. As far back as 1986 G. Adams wrote 'armed struggle has been an agent of bringing about change' in August 1995. He said they haven't gone away you know. Then last month he says political Unionists use the IRA as an excuse and Republicans need to be prepared to remove that, then Martin McGuinness (SF) comments on the key role of the IRA in the peace process, proving the IRA is not the source of Northern Ireland's problems. Anthony McIntyre (a former IRA prisoner) says the Sinn Fein leadership is managing the defeat of the IRA, based on an internal solution. Then Derry's Eamon McCann comments on Adams use of the peace process. But Liz McKean then looks at the DUP attitudes and Paisley's desire to renogotiate the Good Friday Agreement. Peter Robinson says the IRA must disband, Liz McKean then summarises.

(10.30pm, Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Wed 15th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 35 secs
DVD No.
D05230
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5441



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Features a live report from the political talks at Leeds Castle on the future of Northern Ireland; then a review of previous talks beginning with the 1973 Sunningdale talks; followed by a studio debate between Arlene Foster (DUP) and Mitchel McLaughlin (Sinn Fein).
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 16th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D05240
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
650



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The two Prime Ministers and the local parties arrive at Leeds Castle for 3 days of talks. Film report begins with Tony Blair's opening remarks that decision time has arrived for Northern Ireland's parties. It?s a test for political leadershjp, then B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) said it's about political will to conclude an agreement. Earlier when the Sinn Fein delegation arrived they brought with them the bugging device found in Connolly House, to give it back to Tony Blair. G. Adams comments that a deal between Sinn Fein and DUP is inevitable, P. Robinson (DUP) said there is no Good Friday Agreement, it has to be replaced. D. Trimble (UUP) says he was delighted to see someone (the DUP) coming to help them finish the job, then M. Durkan (SDLP) sais it was make your mind up time for parties and paramilitaries. Then report goes live to Ken Reid at Leeds Castle where he interviews Ian Paisley, who says he's there to get the best possible, fairest deal for people of Northern Ireland but he has been encumbered by the concessions of Trimble and the UUP, he says Northern Ireland's future is in safe hands with him, there will be no compromise, he says he won't talk to G. Adams, just to the British Government.

Then back to other news, in the courts today the UFF killers of Pat Finucane was today jailed for life, a minimum of twenty two years, but he could be out of prison in months under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement. Film report with film of Republican protest outside the couts about RUC collusion, report then reviews the evidence against Barrett with his defense lawyers comments to the judge, and judges summary. RUC detectives, Johnston Brown and Trevor McIlwrath said that Barrett's early release would put their lives in danger, they weren't surprised he showed no remorse.

Then back to Leeds Castle talks and Ken Reid comments on the significance of what Paisley said in his earlier interview with him, he feels the DUP is interested in a deal, but it won't happen this Saturday, it will come as part of a step by step process over months. Ken Reid also says Trimble is relaxed as the pressure is on Paisley this time. The PSNI here have announced they will no longer turn up here at minor road traffic accidents, in an effort to free up officers and reduce costs. Film report with Rosie Leech's (Insp.) comments on the new rules.

Police and Customs have seized illegal Vodka and Contraband goods in Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh. Film report with Geoff Allen's (PSNI Det. Cons) remarks, then Nick Benwells (Customs Security Advisor). A Belfast security operation has ended.

Groups opposed to the use of plastic baton rounds (pbrs) say the Policing Board has spent up to a million pounds buying the rounds even though none have been used here for two years. Film report on Relatives for Justice, Pat Finucane Centre and United Campaign against Plastic Bullets, protest today with Brenda Downes (Relatives for Justice) reaction then Denis Bradley (Policing Board) promises a debate on the issue.

Martin Morgan (Belfast's former SDLP Lord Mayor) is to quit politics for personal reasons. Film report with Mark Durkan's reaction and then Brian Feeney comments on the SDLP's need to keep people like Martin Morgan.

(6.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 16th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
20 mins 19 secs
DVD No.
D05230
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5338



Series Title:
RTE News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then report on beginning of Leeds Castle talks in Kent, with G Adams (SF) comments. He's keen to do business with Paisley within the Good Friday Agreement, but Paisley says there'll be no compromise and he won't talk to G Adams. Then Tommy Gorman (RTE's Nothern Editor) gives his analysis of Paisley's comments today. The report on sentencing of Ken Barrett in Belfast for killing Pat Finucane in February 1989.

(9.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 16th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
4 mins 16 secs
DVD No.
D05230
Tape No.
295
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
5341



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Day two of the Leeds Castle talks. William Frazier (Victim's Campaigner) was arrested in scuffle outside the talks. Film report begins with Frazier's arrest, then coverage of politicians comments on how things are proceeding inside. First it's M. McLaughlin (SF), then Peter Robinson (DUP) is also optimistic, then D. Trimble (UUP) views on decommissioning, the two Prime Ministers message it's time to do a deal, former Irish Prime Minister, Albert Reynolds, speaking in Belfast, called on the IRA to disarm and become a commemerative orgnisation, and Paisley to head up a new Stormont executive. Then live from Leeds Castle, Ken Reid gives an update of what's happening now, he says the mood is cautiously optimistic and outlines the DUP stance on public decommissioning with pictures taken.

In Dublin, two LUA's trains have crashed at St Stephen's Green.

In Belfast Courts, a former Orange Order District Master, Harry Speers (45) has been jailed for fifteen years for kicking to death Trevor Lowry (49) whom he thought was a Catholic. Film report shows Speers doing UTV interview linked to UDP, the other killer Ronald Craig (18) got eleven years, also shown is Speers at a meeting of a group called the Ulster Protestant Loyalist Movement for Justice, and in comments Speers says it's not hard to see how violence happens through frustration.

Also in courts, North Belfast man, J. O'Hagan was sentenced to forty months for collecting information on the security forces, he was arrested in March 2002. Film report examines the paramilitaries punishment attacks that continue here despite the Leeds Castle talks. Last night a men was shot five times in the legs in East Belfast. Film report says there have been one hundred and forty nine such attacks this year so far. Break down of statistics given.

(6.00pm, Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 17th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
12 mins 41 secs
DVD No.
D05240
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5342



Series Title:
RTE News
Programme Title:
Description:
Leeds Castle Day two latest news coverage as talks continue into the night, G. Campbell (DUP) comments on the need to see all IRA guns out of the equation. Then Pat Doherty (SF) outlines their view on arms only being removed in a political context, then Tommy Gorman ( RTE's Northern Editor) gives his analysis of the progress, if any, that being made, he says they are watching little mutters like accountability and seem to have a formula on the big issues.

(9.00pm, Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Fri 17th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
4 mins 21 secs
DVD No.
D05240
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
5343



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Leeds Castle talks end with no deal, but report says they did come very close. Film report lists potential next steps, even without restored assembly. IRA statement within a week, another act of decommissioning and full decommissioning by December. British army will deal with OTR's issue, more demilitaristion, transfer of policing powers to Stormont within eighteen months and full public inquiry into the Pat Finucane murder. Also Sinn Fein will sign up to joining the Police Board. Next report reviews the thirty four hours of talks at Leeds Castle with Tony Blair's press statement, then B. Ahern. Both men are upbeat about securing acts of completion. I. Paisley (DUP) says in some respects we have never been closer to solving the problem, he says they're committed to talks. Then G. Adams (SF) says the IRA is not the problem, it's unwillingness of political Unionism to embrace a process of change. D. Trimble (UUP) says it's a time to test the DUP. M. Durkan (SDLP) says they won't renegotiate the Good Friday Agreement. Then in the studio, David McKittrick (Journalist) and Ken Reid (Political Editor) discuss the events today at Leeds Castle and what actually has been achieved with their analysis of the parties statement on the arms issue and structures of the institutions debate which did cause problems.

(5.00pm, Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Sat 18th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
9 mins 25 secs
DVD No.
D05240
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5344



Series Title:
RTE News
Programme Title:
Description:
As Kent talks end, RTE coverage of what was achieved, with analysis. Film report from Brian O'Connell (London Editor) features Blair's comments on decommissioning issue, then B. Ahern highlights the problem over accountability of Stormont Ministers to MLA's, then reaction from G. Adams (SF) followed by views of Ian Paisley Snr. Then from Leeds Castle Tommy Gorman (RTE, Northern Editor) gives his analysis of why the parties couldn't agree on all issues during the talks, with the DUP having problems on accountability of Ministers.

(6.00pm, Saturday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Sat 18th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 11 secs
DVD No.
D05240
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
5345



Series Title:
The Politics Show
Programme Title:
Description:
As the Leeds Castle talks end the programme examines the prospects for a political deal. It also looks back at the causes of the Executive's collapse two years ago. In the studio politicians J.Donaldson (DUP), M.McLaughlin (SF), A.McDonnell (SDLP), and the M.Gimpsey (UUP), debate the options.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Sun 19th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
25 mins
DVD No.
D05240
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
651



Series Title:
The Issue:
Programme Title:
What Happened at Leeds Castle
Description:
In the studio politicians A.Maskey (SF), M.Durkan (SDLP), the D.Trimble (UUP), and N.Dodds (DUP) argue and debate the current issues and all appear positive about a deal.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 20th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
50 mins
DVD No.
D05250
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
652



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then BBC report on teenage prostitution in Northern Ireland, an unnamed girl, known only as Jo tells how she became involved at 13 years old, she's now 19 yeas old. Then from Dr Barnardos, Jacqui Mongomery-Devlin gives her assessment of the extent of the problem, followed by views of Koulla Yiasouma (Youth Worker) and then Jim Deeds (Social Worker) comments on paedophile rings acitivities.

Red Hand Commando Loyalist, Jim Johnstone, shote dead by LVF in a Loyalist feud in May 2003, left investments worth £1,500,000. The Government has now been given the go ahead to seize his assets. Film report with Jane Earle (Assets Recovery Agency) gives an interview on their work.

Police believe the shooting of a twenty three year old man at the Cosy Inn Pub in Derry, yesterday was caused by Loyalists in fighting. Film report.

After the Leeds Castle talks, the parties are due to meet again tomorrow, it seems the arms decommissioning issue is sorted but questions remain over the DUP plan to change ''accountability'' rules. Film report from DUP conference hears P. Robinson speaking upbeat about Leeds Castle talks, then G. Kelly (SF) gives his reaction followed by Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) comments on changes to the Good Friday Agreement.

Brief report on pipe bombs found in car in West Belfast. Next report comes from Mark Davenport who explains the ''accountability'' issue, which ended any chance of a comprehensive deal at Leeds Castle, it's a DUP idea where by Assembly members can block Executive Ministers decisions. Davenport uses the decision of B. DeBrun (SF) on a new Royal Victoria Hospital Maternity Hospital to explain the concept, Teresa Bent (Royal College of Nurses) comments.

(6.30p.m, Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 20th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
17 mins 32 secs
DVD No.
D05240
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5346



Series Title:
The Morrison Tapes
Programme Title:
Part 3: Ten Years Later
Description:
Profile of the emigration, under the Morrison visa plan, of single mother Terry Broderick to Georgia, USA, 10 years ago, from Dublin.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Tue 21st Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
38 mins
DVD No.
D05250
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
653



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, five men have been arrested following an attack on a nightclub owner at the weekend. Film report on attack on Stephen Nelson.

In South Belfast a woman was robbed at knife point by an intruder.

New police figures released today show a decrease in Burglary and Car theft, but an increase in sexual offences. Film report with statistics and comments of Des Rea (Police Board, Chairman). Also released today was the report of the Al Hutchinson (Police Oversight Commissioner), he called policing changes as remarkable but called for Sinn Fein to go on the Police Board. G. Kelly (SF) gives his reaction.

Daphne Trimble (David's wife) is to stand against J. Donaldson (DUP) in Lagan Valley at the next Westminister election. Film report with Daphne's comments, then Donaldson gives his reaction.

The DUP is to present a paper at the Stormont talks tomorrow on the accountability issue. Film report from Ken Reid, with P. Robinson's comments, then M. McGuinness (SF) says he feels the DUP are split on the issue and D. Trimble was glad to see the momentum maintained but M. Durkan (SDLP) is worried about future of cross border institutioms.

On Belfast's Crumlin Road, a Social Club, the West End Blues Supporters Club was destroyed in a fire. Film report with eye witness accounts, and Steven Stewart's (Fireman) comments.

Next week, Northern Ireland Office Minister is to introduce new hate crime laws. Film report with John Spellars comments. Police figures on hate crime, new penalties and reaction from Patrick Yu (NICEM).

(6.00pm, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 21st Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
13 mins 25 secs
DVD No.
D05240
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5347



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, in Derry a nine month old baby girl survived a loyalist pipe bomb attack on the family car. Film report with Tanya O'Donnell interview, then reaction from Derek Creighton, (Church of Ireland, Rector).

The PSNI have said organised criminal gangs are behind illegal dumping. Film report hears police seize six lorries in two day operation. Esmond Adair (PSNI Det. Insp.) explains the scam, then DOE officials comments on the dangers.

At Stormont, the political talks continued today. In the studio, Ken Reid (Political Editor) comments on what's happening. Film clip shows P.Robinson (DUP) calling on other parties to trust them, then M. Durkan (SDLP) comments on the DUP trust issue. Ken Reid says North/South relationship caused trouble at today's talks.

Armagh man, Neil Sheridan, convicted of killing a police reservist has been found dead in prison.

(6.00pm, Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 22nd Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 22 secs
DVD No.
D05250
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5348



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
British Government annnounces an inquiry into the death of Pat Finucane, but part of it will be in secrecy. Film report hears the doubts of the Finucane family that they will ever see justice done, and they still have to decide if they will co-operate with the inquiry. In an interview with Ken Reid, Paul Murphy (Northern Ireland Secretary) is asked why isn't the inquiry a public one. He says part of it will be held private because of National Security issues, he denies this is a cover up inquiry and he hopes the Finucane family support the inquiry. Murphy also revealed Geraldine Finucane will be meeting Tony Blair. In political reactions Mitchel McLaughlin (SF) is criticala and Mark Durkan (SDLP) says Murphy's announcement falls short of Blairs promises and doesn?t match up to Judge Cory's recommendation. Then live in the studio, Geraldine Finucane questions the British Government introduction of new legislation to deal with National Security issues. She accepts some of the sessions may be in private. She outlines what she'll tell Tony Blair when she meets him and repeats why she wants an Independent, judicial inquiry.

In the High Court today, a judge asked police why leading Loyalist Ahab Shourkri wasn't arrested for breaching a condition of his bail to stay out of Belfast. Film report hears the history of the charges against Shourkri and judges comments.

Also in the courts, a North Belfast man, Gary Owens (43) was alleged to be the UDA's main extortionist and he was refused bail.

Today, Hugh Orde (PSNI, Chief Cons.) met the Garda Commissioner and M. McDowell (Irish Justice Minister) to discuss eight areas of cross border criminal activity. Film report with Minister M. McDowell's comments, then Hugh Orde's (PSNI) views on Loyalist and Republican rackets. Then Alan McQuillan (Assets Recovery Agency, Chief) views followed by Ian Pearson's (Northern Ireland Office Minister) comments.

G. Adams and Martin McGuinness (SF) were in London for talks today after yesterday's Stormont talks failed to get a breakthrough.

A report today from the Housing Executive says twleve hundred families were intimidated from their homes last year and they spent £45,000,000 buying up their homes. Film report on this SPED Scheme with Paddy McIntyre's (Housing Executive) comments.

At Stormont, people from North Belfast's Torren's estate protested about intimidation of Protestants from these areas. Film report with John Montgomery's (UPRG) comments accusing Republicans of attacking Loyalists, then N. Dodds (DUP) views also accuses Republicans. Then Elizabeth Ferguson, one of the last families to leave Torrens explains her current position in a Bed and Breakfast.

(6.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 23rd Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
18 mins
DVD No.
D05250
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5349



Series Title:
RTE News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then report on today's announcement by the British Government about it's plans for an inquiry into Pat Finucane's murder with P Murphy's (Northern Ireland Secretary) comments and Michael Finucane's reaction, then views of Brian Cowen (Irish Foreign Minister).

(9.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Thu 23rd Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 36 secs
DVD No.
D05250
Tape No.
296
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
5350



Series Title:
Programme Title:
Lights, Camera, Farrell: Television and Irish Politics
Description:
TV journalist B.Farrell looks back at the memorable moments of Irish politics captured on live TV. Including the Jack Lynch resignation in 1973, all the elections since 1965, the growth of socialist movements, the 1981 hunger strike election, and the outbreak of Troubles in 1969.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE)
Channel:
RTE1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 27th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
54 mins
DVD No.
D05260
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Republic of Ireland
Record No.
654



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Speculation is mounting that the British Government is to finance a review of eighteen hundred unsolved murders here which includes two hundred policemen. Film report revisits Police Federations call twelve days ago for government to refund a review, and today, Irwin Montgomery (Chairman) says a review is better option for relatives than a truth reconciliation programme. Mark Durkan (SDLP) told a meeting at the Labour Party Conference, an Independent team of investigators should be used not the PSNI.

In Castlederg, a man and woman were seized and held by a ten man gang in a 'Tiger' kidnapping while another man was forced to get the takings from an Iceland store.

Next report is from the Labour Party Conference from Ken Reid, M. Durkan (SDLP) called on the Government to recall the Assembly. Film report with Durkan's remarks on calling the DUP's bluff. Ken Reid also covers the internal Labour Party row over organising Northern Ireland, with Andy McGivern's (Northern Ireland Trade Unionist) comments, followed by analysis from Ken Reid on the Government's next moves on breaking the political deadlock. A biography of J. Donaldson (DUP, MP and UUP dissident) appears to confirm that Senior UUP officials planned to oust D. Trimble as leader last year and replace him with Reg Empey. Film report with Fred Cobain's (UUP) version of events, then J. Donaldson defends his ''plot'' allegations.

(6.00pm, Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 27th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
10 mins 32 secs
DVD No.
D05260
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5351



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
P. Murphy ( Northern Ireland, Secretary of State) has collapsed at the Labour Party conference in Brighton. Film report from Ken Reid also covers coments of Jim Walls (DUP) and M. McGuinness (SF) on the current impasse in the peace process. P. Murphy hopes to make his important speech on Northern Ireland later in the week, in which he's expected to announce financing for a police unit to re-investigate unsolved murders here. Film report with reaction of Jean Leenan whose husband was killed in the 1976 Kingsmill Massacre, then reaction of Mrs Turbitt, whose husband was killed in 1978, then an interview with Mark Thompson (Relatives for Justice, Spokesman) who says it would be unacceptable to Nationalist Republicans if the RUC/PSNI were investigating incidents they were involved in.

Next report is from Ken Reid at the Labour Party Conference with an update on Paul Murphy's condition and analysis of what Murphy may be about to announce.

In Coleraine, the UDA is being blamed for a gun attack on a flat in the harpers hill area.

(6.00pm, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 28th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 31 secs
DVD No.
D05260
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5352



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Derry a Loyalist is critically ill after being shot by Loyalists. Film report on Darren Thompson (22) shooting the Waterside area. Richard Russell (PSNI, Chief Supt.) believes this incident and others are linked to a UDA/UVF feud. Joe Miller (DUP Cllr) gives his reaction, followed by Gerry Diver's (SDLP Cllr) views.

The Assets Recovery Agency (ARA) has seized £300,000 assets of a criminal gang who rob old people. Film report on seizure of six houses, a 1984 Bentley and other cars belonging to the gang with Alan McQuillan's (ARA) comments. Last week ARA seized cash and property valued at £1,250,000 belonging to Loyalist Red Hand Commando Leader, Jim Johnstone, killed in May 2003. Seamus Lynch (Help the Aged Spokesman) has welcomed the ARA's move, then Alan McQuillan on future targets. A fair employment Tribunal has dismissed a claim by Jonathan Montague that the was dismissed from Estate Agents, Templeton Robinson because he was Catholic. Film report.

In Dublin, B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister) has reshuffled his cabinet. Brian Cowen (Foreign Affairs) is promoted. A. McDonnell (SDLP) praises his role in Northern Ireland and Dermot Ahern gets his job as Foreign Minister and tomorrow he meets I. Paisley in Dublin. Film report gives Sinn Fein's reaction.

The family of Derry woman, Kathleen Thompson shot dead by the British Army in 1971 are disappointed by High Court ruling which means the soldier involved won't be charged. Film report.

A book has been published dealing with the sectarian violence in Belfast which began in July 1920 and lasted two years killing five hundred people, it?s by Dr. Alan Parkinson and the reports features still photos and comments by Eamon Phoenix and James Kelly (journalist) recalls the killing of the McMahon family.

(6.00pm, Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 29th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
14 mins 13 secs
DVD No.
D05260
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5353



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Profile of visit by Ian Paisley (DUP) to Dublin to meet Bertie Ahern (Irish Taoiseach) and the reasons why he is going now and a look back at his previous attitude to Southern politicians. Other subjects included are a review of new autobiography by J.Donaldson (DUP), U2's Bono at the British Labour Party conference on Third World debt, and resignation from politics of the SDLPs raising star, Martin Morgan.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D05260
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
655



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
A row has erupted as Hugh Orde (PSNI Chief Con.) announces fortifications will be removed from seventeen police stations. Film report with political reactions from Alex Attwood (SDLP) welcoming normalisation moves, then Ian Paisley Jnr (DUP) says the move is crazy. Ian Paisley Snr (DUP leader) is in Dublin to meet B. Ahern (Irish Prime Minister). Film report from F. McKinney on the significance of the meeting and Paisley's remarks after the meeting on building a practically based relationship with Dublin. Then analysis from F. McKinney on today's meeting and this new relationship.

An inquest into the killing of the last two RUC men to die at the hands of PIRA has heard one of the killers may be a woman. Fil mreport on 16th June 1997 deaths of John Graham and D. Johnston in Lurgan, reconstructs the events and the charging of Lurgan man, Colm Duffy, later found not guilty and the role of Solicitor, Rosemary Nelson, later killed by Loyalists in the case. Victims campaigner, William Frazier (FAIR) comments on the police investigation.

The Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams has gone on Arab TV station to appeal for the release of kidnap victim, Ken Bigley in Iraq.

In Derry, P. Sheridan (PSNI, Acc.) met Policing Board members, Denis Bradley and William Hay over Loyalist violence in the City. Peter Sheridan (Acc.) says the shooting of Darren Thompson was more to do with individuals arguing than two paramilitary groups feuding.

(6.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 30th Sep 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 27 secs
DVD No.
D05260
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5354



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
In Derry the protestant man Darren Thompson (22) shot by loyalists on Wednesday has died. Film report with Patrick Steeles (PSNI Det. Supt.) comments calling the killers vermin. In follow up searches the police discovered a loyalist bomb factory.

Speaking at a conference today celebrating his age, Ian Paisley (DUP leader) said he won't be retiring, and he rejected a whispering campaign he was ill and near to death. Film report with Paisley remarks on old people's rights.

Mary McAleese (Irish President) will serve another seven years after her nomination was returned unopposed. Film report with McAleese comments praising Paisley meeting with B. Ahern yesterday.

A report was published today on educational need in the Shankhill and it painted a gloomy picture. Film report with Dianne Dodds (DUP) comments, then Billy Hutchinson's reaction, then Betty Orr (Shankhill Headmasters Group), gives her views on the way forward.

(6.00pm, Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 1st Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
11 mins 24 secs
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5355



Series Title:
Bits of Belfast
Programme Title:
Falls Road
Description:
Ex-Northern Ireland footballer, Gerry Armstrong, returns to his roots on the Falls Road, Belfast, which he left thirty years ago; he examines the areas history through three decades of 'the Troubles' to the current Belfast Feile.
Type of Programme:
Documentary
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC1
Date Broadcast:
Mon 4th Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
40 mins
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
656



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Sir Michael Jackson, Army Chief says normalization of troop levels could happen by christmas. Film report on Jackson's London Times interview, and reaction from Ian Paisley Jnr (DUP) and Alex Maskey (SF) who says we have more troops here than are in Iraq.

A police raid on a Belfast Loyalist drinking club found ecstasy tablets. Film report.

Belfast solicitor, Gavin McCartan was jailed for six months for not reporting a client was money laundering. Film report.

Police investigating the murder of Armagh man, Paul Grymble on 20th June 2004 have arrested a man and woman. Film report.

A police ombudsman report on the April 2003 raid on the home of Liam Clarke (Sunday Times Journalist) has strongly criticised the raid. The Clarke's are considering a civil action. Film reprot with backgroung to the raid and details of O'Loan's report with Kathryn Johnston's (Mrs Clarke) reaction to it.

G. Adams and M. McGuinness (SF) met B. Ahern in Dublin this morning, then flew to London to meet Tony Blair. Film report on these talks from Ken Reid with comments of B. Ahern after the meeting, then G. Adams (SF) says it's inevitable Sinn Fein and DUP will reach an agreement sometime.

(6.00pm, Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Mon 4th Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 39 secs
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5356



Series Title:
BBC News
Programme Title:
Description:
Coverage of Nuala O'Loan's report criticising the PSNI raid on the home of Liam Clarke with studio interview with Liam Clarke on his reaction to the Police Ombudsman report and his allegation that there was a political influence behind the raid.

(6.30p.m, Monday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC NI
Date Broadcast:
Mon 4th Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
2 mins 56 secs
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5357



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Loyalist Paramilitaries have been accused of threatening plans to build a Chinese community centre in Donegall Pass. Film report with comments from Anna Lo (Chinese Welfare Association) on local opposition, then Ruth Patterson's (DUP Cllr) views. Report then looks back at previous anti-Chinese moves this year in the area.

In Derry, the funeral of Darren Thompson (22) killed last week was told he was to become a father for the first time. Film report with Rev. Derek Creighton's comments.

Government is to put forward proposals to cut number of councils here from twenty six to seven. Film Report.

Irish Government has issued Iraq hostage victim, Ken Bigley with an Irish Passport in an attempt to save him.

(6.00pm, Tuesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Tue 5th Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
6 mins 22 secs
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5358



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
The Policing Board has been told that Republican Paramilitaries were behind a recent £3,000,000 theft of cigarettes at the weekend. Film report with reaction from Ian Paisley Jnr (DUP) to Sam Kinkaid's (PSNI Acc.) comments and Hugh Orde (Chief Con.) reaction.

In Belfast, Sinn Fein say that Loyalist Paramilitaries are controlling the number of Chinese people who can live in the Donegall Pass Area. Film report with Catriona Ruane's (SF, MLA) views, then Patrick Yu (Chinese Welfare Association) comments on prejudice in Donegall Pass. Brief comment from M.McGimpsey (UUP) on the situation.

(6.00pm, Wednesday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Wed 6th Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
7 mins 32 secs
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
297
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5359



Series Title:
Hearts and Minds
Programme Title:
Description:
Items included are a review of the chances of Daphne Trimble (UUP) replacing J.Donaldson (DUP) as Lagan Valley MP. Ex-Sinn Fein (SF) member Danny Morrison gives his views on Ian Paisley (DUP); then newspaper editors, Noel Doran (Irish News) and Austin Hunter (News Letter) talk about their papers' histories and their current views on the issues now.
Type of Programme:
Current Affairs
Broadcast Company:
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Channel:
BBC2
Date Broadcast:
Thu 7th Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
30 mins
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
298
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
657



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, the father of Derry murder victim Darren Thompson (22) has claimed his son wasn't killed as part of a loyalist feud. Film report and interview with Gilbert Thompson.

The PSNI have revealed that a family was held captive in Ardoyne during the weekend's £1,000,000 cigarette raid on a Belfast Warehouse, the PSNI also released CCTV footage of the raid. Film report with Esmond Adairs (PSNI Chief Insp.) comments.

Next Wednesday marks the tenth anniversary of the loyalist ceasefire with possible total PIRA decommissioning. Likely both the UDA and UVF are believing to be considering their futures. Film report with Chris Hudson's (Dublin Peace Campaigner) views, then Henry McDonald who wrote a book on the UDA, released today gives his assessment of UDA thinking.

(6.00pm, Thursday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Thu 7th Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
8 mins 4 secs
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
298
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5360



Series Title:
UTV News
Programme Title:
Description:
Headlines then, PSNI warn of imminent terror attacks by dissidents in Ballymena. Film report as PSNI men wear body armour and carry rifles again. Stephen Martin, (PSNI Chief Insp.) comments, then reaction of Ian Paisley Jnr (DUP), then coverage of June 2002 attack in the area on Police Men. The programme lists other possible targets in the area.

(6.00pm, Friday)
Type of Programme:
News Report
Broadcast Company:
Independent Television (ITV)
Channel:
UTV
Date Broadcast:
Fri 8th Oct 2004
Duration: minutes
3 mins 30 secs
DVD No.
D05270
Tape No.
298
Country of Origin:
Northern Ireland
Record No.
5361



Series Title:
The East Wing
Programme Title:
Part 1: The End of the Affair
Description:
Profile of the breakdown of the Northern Ireland's power-sharing Executive since the PSNI raid on Sinn Fein's Stormont offices; includes film clips and interviews with politicians.
Type of Programme: