Film and audio recordings from the BBC's archive. More to follow...
Olympic Gold Medallist Mary Peters returns to Belfast (1972).
Ulster Workers Council Strike - interview with Roy Bradford MP (1974).
Politicians gather in a BBC studio to discuss community conflict in Northern Ireland in a 1976 edition of The Question of Ulster.
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. Scene Around Six (21st October 1974).
Gloria Hunniford reports on the problem of searching civilians during the Christmas period.
David Capper reports on how the IRA attack an army undercover team.
Broadcaster and Presenter, Roger Bolton recollects on the Tonight interview and Airey Neave. From Frequencies, Facts & Frictions, BBC Radio Ulster, 1994.
Roger Bolton comments on the Carrickmore controversy. From Frequencies, Facts & Frictions, BBC Radio Ulster, 1994.
Broadcaster Barry Cowan recollects the dangers of being a journalist during the Troubles. From Frequencies, Facts & Frictions, BBC Radio Ulster, 1994.
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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