Northern Ireland Centenary News - January 2021
Northern Ireland Centenary News - January 2021 Centenary News is brought to you by two budding presenters; Lewis and Jessica. The show will be broadcast at the end of each month. We will look at some of the events being held to celebrate 100 years of Northern Ireland and we will also focus on stories looking at what makes Northern Ireland; local landmarks, successful people or what Northern Ireland has given to the world through inventions and products.
Northern Ireland Centenary News - February 2021
Northern Ireland Centenary News - February 2021 In this episode we look back at some of the Burns Night celebrations held in January, we have an exclusive interview with Northern Ireland Women's Football Manager Kenny Shields, we will look at the history of the penalty kick and have a round up of some local community news
Northern Ireland Centenary News - March 2021
Northern Ireland Centenary News - March 2021 In this episode we look back at the ARCH Project and announce our winners. We look at a number of educational resources created by the NWCP. We also look at the story of the pneumatic tyre, some fact about Northern Ireland and have a round up of community news.
Northern Ireland Centenary News - April 2021
Northern Ireland Centenary News - April 2021 In this episode, we find out about research carried out by the Londonderry Bands Forum into Protestant Engagement in the Derry City & Strabane Council area; Amy Smith sings a song written Cecil Francis Alexander; we interview former BBC Political Correspondent Mark Devenport, we look at other news in brief and provide some facts about Londonderry’s historic walls.
I am Northern Ireland - Amy Gardiner
Northern Ireland Centenary 1921 - 2021 Start your centenary celebrations by listening to Amy Gardiner singing ‘I am Northern Ireland’ Please LIKE and SHARE and ensure that everyone knows it’s the 100th Birthday of our wee country Northern Ireland was created on 3rd May 1921. The celebrations have been curtailed somewhat as a result of the pandemic. This is a beautiful version of Jim Lindsey’s song.