Anne-Marie McAleese and the team go in search of the weird and wonderful across Northern Ireland, reflecting local life and offering a guide to the things to see and do.
Sat, 8 Mar 14
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Conor McKay climbs the scaffolding to check on the restoration of Sacred Heart Church in Omagh, while Helen Mark goes backstage at the 75th Ballymoney Drama Festival
Sat, 1 Mar 14
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Anne-Marie McAleese hears the story of thousand year old butter , while Ronan Lundy meets a North Coast basket weaver whose work is bound for New York
Sat, 22 Feb 14
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Helen Mark takes part in bird nest building at the National Trust Springhill property in Moneymore and Marie McStay tours Darkley House in Co. Armagh with the Crossfire Trust.
Sat, 8 Feb 14
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Anne Marie is shown around the Oxford Island Artspace in Lough Neagh and Marie McStay follows the journey of the High Cross in Downpatrick as it gets a delicate make-over.
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