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16 October 2014
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Annalong group

Find out why a gadgie will hesitate when it's getting hasky.
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Armagh Rhymers

Windie sill fits the bill for the men from the Armagh Rhymers.
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Ballycastle divers

Can a nice, soft north Ulster accent help you pull in other parts of the world?
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Sign out Belfast traveller support group


Women from the travelling community talk about their lives and a secret language.

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Youth leaders in search of a Craigavon accent and when your mum's your mooy.

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Mullaghbawn Community Association

History and culture are important to the Mullaghbawn Community Association.

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Omagh Community Arts Group

Why the pronunciations of Shakespeare and of gaelic can still be heard in Omagh.

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Rathlin islanders

A group of islanders debate the origins of some of their words and expressions.

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