Sat, 22 Nov 14
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The story of a correspondence between the famous author and an Ulster farmer. And the Aghadowey minister who led his flock to a new life in 18th century America
Sat, 15 Nov 14
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Anne Marie hears about the Bard of Armagh recitals contest, the Fermanagh project reviving the old skills and stories and a glimpse of farming life in the last century
Sat, 8 Nov 14
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Anthony McGeehan tells us all about Birds of the Homeplace, we get a look around the new and improved Raceview Mill and we hear about some of the men in the new book of remembrance at Portstewart Presbyterian Church
Sat, 1 Nov 14
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The remarkable history of Baronscourt estate, a family share memories of a Ballymoney airman who died in WW2, and celebrating Samhain.
Sat, 25 Oct 14
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We hear the incredible story of Ulster airman Francis McCluskey, who lost his life in the Netherlands in World War 2. 70 years later the young Dutch girl who found his flight cap is now 87, and is returning the cap to Ballymoney.
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