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06/04/2013

Duration:
57 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 06 April 2013

Anne Marie McAleese with the people, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique.

  • The Ulster American Folk Park

    We head to Omagh now as the Ulster American Folk Park prepare for two shop front facades to become fully refurbished parts of the recreated village.

  • Rathlin Island RSPB

    Rathlin Island RSPB

    Puffins, guillemots and razorbills all on Rathlin Island as we speak to Warden of the Rathlin RSPB Reserve Liam McFall about the opening of the new season there.

    You can get to Rathlin Island by ferry from Ballycastle. It's open every day until September.

    Centre Contact Number: 028 2076 0062

    RSPB - Rathlin Island
  • Ecos Wildflower Walk

    Ecos Wildflower Walk

    All creatures great and small in Ballymena as Biodiversity Officer Ben Simon in on to talk about the Wildflower nature walk at the Ecos centre in Ballymena this weekend.


    Wildflower Wonderland Walk is on Saturday the 6th April, starting at 2pm from the Ecos Car Park and is a free event.

  • City of Culture

    Deidre Donnelly is on to tell us more about the city she loves most, Derry/London Derry.

  • Fishermen’s Mission

    Marlene Hadden, Isabelle Annett and Elaine Campbell are in studio to tell us more about the Fishermen’s Mission and their taking part in the unique recording with the Fishwives Choir.

    Fishwives Choir
  • Bryan Gallagher

    Bryan Gallagher

    Annemarie visits county Fermanagh to speak to retired teacher and story teller Bryan Gallagher to hear his stories about growing up in rural Ireland in the 1940's and 50's.

    Bryan's book is called Barefoot in Mullyneeney and is available to buy online.

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