Northern Ireland from Within - The Two Communities: Experiences As a Community Leader in Derry City

Synopsis
The Right Rev Edward Daly, Bishop of Derry, in a public talk given on 10 February 1992, speaks eloquently and frankly about his work as a priest and bishop in Derry City during Northern Ireland’s troubled years since 1968, with special reference to the Bloody Sunday political violence, and the pastoral duties of a priest in times of civil disturbance.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 61 min.
Year of production
1992
Availability
Sale; £50.00 +VAT
Uses
Students of Irish studies and politics.
Subjects
Politics & government
Keywords
civil disturbances; Northern Ireland

Credits

Writer
Buckland

Production Company

Name

University of Liverpool Television Service

Distributor

Name

University of Liverpool, Television Service

Phone
0151-794 2661
Fax
0151-794 2221
Address
Chatham Building
Chatham Street
Liverpool
L69 3BX
Notes
Contact: Carl Neads (7/99), e-mail: c.m.neads@liverpool.ac.uk

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