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  1. Women’s peace rally in Belfast (1976)

    Genre
    News report; Vox pop

    Vivian White reports from the first Women’s Peace Rally in Belfast. He estimates that 15-20,000 Catholic and Protestant women and their families have taken part, and speaks to some of them, as well as to...

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  2. Betty Williams on women’s peace movement (1976)

    Genre
    Interview

    Vivian White interviews Mrs Betty Williams about the women’s peace movement, which grew up in the wake of the deaths of the Maguire children in West Belfast. Williams denies being an organiser of the...

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  3. Brian Hayes programme (1976)

    Genre
    Interview

    Betty Williams and Ciaran McKeown of Peace People talk to Brian Hayes about the achievements of the peace movement. Williams says it has changed the self-image and public image of Northern Ireland, and...

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  4. Americans funding IRA war effort (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Co-Founder of the Community of Peace People, Betty Williams, describes her trip to America to stop the Americans funding the IRA in their war against Great Britain. She says her work will take her back to...

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  5. Peace People awarded Nobel Peace Prize (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Ciaran McKeown, Chairman of the Northern Ireland Peace People group, discusses the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the two other founder members of the movement, Betty Williams and Mairead Corrigan. Male...

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  6. Mairead Corrigan accepting Nobel Peace Prize (1977)

    Genre
    Speech

    Mairead Corrigan of the organisation Peace People, which is trying to promote peace in Northern Ireland, gives a speech as she accepts her Nobel Peace Prize.

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  7. Royals meets Northern Irish Peace group (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Betty Williams and Mairead Corrigan, spokeswomen for an Northern Irish Peace Movement, on meeting the Queen and Prince Andrew, Duke of York on board the Royal Yacht Britannia and on the issues...

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  8. Nobel Peace Prize - Dave Loyn surveys the field (1979)

    Genre
    Interview; News report; Speech

    Dave Loyn reports on the fifty-six nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize. Amnesty International and Northern Ireland Peace People are among the previous winners; a recording of Mairead Corrigan is included in...

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  9. NI Peace People movement (1980)

    Genre
    News report; Speech; Interview

    Report looking back at the end of the Peace People Northern Ireland peace movement founded by Mairead Corrigan, Betty Williams and Ciaran McKeown, following the resignation of Betty Williams. Includes speech...

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  10. Betty Williams resigns from Peace People (1980)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview on the resignation of Belfast-based Peace People co-founder Betty Williams from the organisation. Female speaker not identified - possibly Mairead Corrigan. Male interviewer not identified (poss....

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