|Super 8 Stories Extra Footage: Short Strand Street Scenes|
Footage from the 1960s shot among the terraced streets of the Short Strand in East Belfast and featuring children playing in the streets and housewives gathering for a chat. Sections of this footage were included in the Super 8 Story, 'The Short Strand'.
|Fintona. A Study of Housing Discrimination |
Irish Government-sponsored film alleging anti-Catholic housing discrimination in Fintona, Co.Tyrone. The first 3 minutes of this film is voiceover with no moving images.
|Ulster Mirror. Programme 7|
A locally made fortnightly magazine programme. This episode shows the opening of Stormont, Rathcoole estate (01:25), cross country championship, rugby and scenes in Derry (11:54).
|Ulster Mirror. Programme 25|
A locally made fortnightly magazine programme. This episode shows farming, housing (02:10), wood turning and a soft toy factory.
|James Boyce in Derry|
This interview with Stephen McGonigle was part of a larger programme in which James Boyce looked to the future of Derry.
|Londonderry, What Now?|
'The sad self-destruction of Londonderry is the outward sign of the real and imagined wrongs which are part of a problem that has bedevilled Ulster for generations'. Source: script extract from Londonderry, What Now?
A documentary looking at children's street games in West Belfast.
This news report looks at the difference in health between Protestant and Catholic communities in Northern Ireland.
|Super 8 Stories: The Short Strand|
The strong sense of community felt in the terraced streets of Belfast's Short Strand area in the 1960s is recalled by residents Maureen Bell and Margaret Lawler, with footage of children playing games in the street and of living room parties. This clip appeared in Series 2, Programme 1 of Super 8 Stories.
|Super 8 Stories: Self Build House|
We follow the story of the Urey's, a young married couple from Ballywalter, who are given an old wreck of a house by a relative. We journey through their home movies of living in a caravan on the site and of bringing up their young family as they labour year by year to finally succeed in turning the derelict building into their family home. This clip appeared in Series 3, Programme 2 of 'Super 8 Stories'.