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Film and audio recordings from the BBC's archive. More to follow...

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  • Mary Peters

    Olympic Gold Medallist Mary Peters returns to Belfast (1972).

  • Ulster Workers Council Strike

    Ulster Workers Council Strike - interview with Roy Bradford MP (1974).

  • The Question of Ulster 1976

    Politicians gather in a BBC studio to discuss community conflict in Northern Ireland in a 1976 edition of The Question of Ulster.

  • BBC Broadcasting House Bomb

    During the 1970s Broadcasting House, Belfast, was itself the focus of bomb attacks. Cameramen document the aftermath of one such attack.

  • Jeremy Paxman reports on a UVF attack

    Jeremy Paxman reports on a UVF attack. Scene Around Six (21st October 1974).

  • Gloria Hunniford reporting (December 1973)

    Gloria Hunniford reports on the problem of searching civilians during the Christmas period.

  • David Capper report

    David Capper reports on how the IRA attack an army undercover team.

  • Roger Bolton

    Broadcaster and Presenter, Roger Bolton recollects on the Tonight interview and Airey Neave. From Frequencies, Facts & Frictions, BBC Radio Ulster, 1994.

  • Roger Bolton

    Roger Bolton comments on the Carrickmore controversy. From Frequencies, Facts & Frictions, BBC Radio Ulster, 1994.

  • Barry Cowan

    Broadcaster Barry Cowan recollects the dangers of being a journalist during the Troubles. From Frequencies, Facts & Frictions, BBC Radio Ulster, 1994.

  • Peter Taylor

    Journalist and documentary-maker, Peter Taylor describes the relationship between native journalists and the 'Visiting Firemen'. From Frequencies, Facts & Frictions, BBC Radio Ulster, 1994.

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