Writer and presenter Peter Curran returns to Northern Ireland to take a wry and amusing look at how we now spend Sundays. Twenty years after leaving Belfast to seek his fortune in London Peter Curran, now a successful Radio 4 producer and presenter, eturns to Northern Ireland to see what role religion plays in people's lives. His memories of locked up swings and packed hurches fade when he realises just how we now spend the Lord's Day. From being a good place to come from, Ulster now looks like a great place to return to.
|Executive Producer||Brendan Hughes|
|Executive Producer||Justin Binding|