The Shankill Bomb
Stephen Nolan recounts the events of October 23 1993, when the IRA placed a bomb in a fish shop along a packed Shankill Road, killing nine people and injuring scores of others.
On 23 October 1993, the IRA placed a bomb in Frizzell's fish shop at Saturday lunchtime on a packed Shankill Road. Nine people died and scores were injured. One of the bombers was also killed. Twenty-five years on, using first-hand eye-witness interviews, Stephen Nolan tells the story of what happened that day, not only to those caught up in the explosion but also to those who handled the aftermath.