1990s Perspectives

The Story of BBC News in Northern Ireland is told by BBC journalists and managers as well as media observers. Their perspectives cast light on some of the major issues through the decades.

Tony Maddox

A Newsroom like No Other

Tony Maddox was Head of News and Current Affairs Northern Ireland from 1995-1998.

Read Tony Maddox's Perspective.

Brian Rowan

Meeting the Masked Men

The work of a security correspondent.

Read Brian Rowan's Perspective.

Shane Harrison

The Changing Island

Shane Harrison BBCNI's Dublin Correspondent reflects on changing attitudes.

Read Shane Harrison's Perspective.

Ed Moloney

Ed Moloney

Ed Moloney, the journalist and commentator, gives his reflections on censorship.

Read Ed Moloney's Perspective.

Anna Carragher

The Journey towards Peace

Former BBC Controller Anna Carragher reflects on the challenges faced by BBC journalism in the changing mood of the Nineties.

Read Anna Carragher's Perspective.

Sir Kenneth Bloomfield

Sir Kenneth Bloomfield

The former National Governor reflects on first experiences at the BBC.

Read Sir Kenneth Bloomfield's Perspective.

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