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Sunday Life Spirit of Northern Ireland Awards 2021

Belfast Telegraph 11 Apr 2021
After a tough year which saw a host of heroes emerge across our community, we are delighted to announce the launch of the Spirit of Northern Ireland Awards 2021 ... “Traditionally, the Spirit of Northern Ireland Awards are presented at a glittering gala event attended by stars from stage, television and the sporting scene.
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Who fakes their own death? – podcasts of the week

The Observer 09 Apr 2021
Sophie Toscan du Plantier, who was murdered in Ireland in 1996, is the subject of the podcast West Cork ... The French television producer was found murdered in a small town in Ireland in 1996, a place still reeling from her death 25 years later.
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Prince Philip came to Northern Ireland many times since his first visit in 1946

Belfast Telegraph 09 Apr 2021
It was the first of 19 visits to Northern Ireland by the couple ... It was the seventh time since 1921 that Northern Ireland had welcomed a king or queen ... In a televised broadcast, she echoed the words of her grandfather, King George V, when he opened the Northern Ireland Parliament 58 years earlier by calling for friendship and forgiveness, saying.
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Prince Philip in Northern Ireland: Duke's tours of country since first visit in 1946

Belfast Telegraph 09 Apr 2021
It was the first of 19 visits to Northern Ireland by the couple ... Northern Ireland mourns ... The Queen's visit to Northern Ireland ... In a televised broadcast, she echoed the words of her grandfather, King George V, when he opened the Northern Ireland Parliament 58 years earlier by calling for friendship and forgiveness, saying.
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The Writers Lab UK & Ireland Sets Mentors: Ruth Wilson, Abby Ajayi, Sharon Horgan, Tanya Qureshi, Meg LeFauve & Angela Kang

Vibe Magazine 08 Apr 2021
It will be produced in association Mia BaysBirds’ Eye View and New York Women in Film & Television, with backing from Screen Scotland, Screen Skills Ireland, Northern Ireland Screen and Ffilm Cymru Wales & BFI NETWORK with funding from the National Lottery ... Dirty Films The Writers Lab UK & Ireland.
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Sevens ‘crossover’ can spark Irish challenge

Irish Independent 06 Apr 2021
This weekend, at least, the meetings of the have-nots from Wales and Ireland may engender some sense of competitive engagement for those watching on national television ... Ireland up intensity level for Six Nations pool plunge 'It's an immense relief and a privilege really' – Ireland star Molloy aiming for Six Nations grand finale.
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Eddy pleased with 'good crossover' as Sevens players step up for Ireland's Six Nations tilt

Irish Independent 06 Apr 2021
This weekend, at least, the meetings of the have-nots from Wales and Ireland may engender some sense of competitive engagement for those watching on national television ... While the big two, presumably, plough on towards a final, Ireland travel to Wales on the back of their most ...
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Moyna’s family

Log Cabin Democrat 06 Apr 2021
Moyna Macgill was an actress from Northern Ireland. She performed regularly in London’s West End, and also appeared in film and, many years later, in television productions ... The Irish Times ranked Moyna Macgill 35th in Ireland’s greatest film actors of all time ... Edgar became a multiple award-winning theater, film, and television producer.
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Carl Frampton could still play a role in boxing, says Jim Neilly

Belfast Telegraph 06 Apr 2021
After 31 fights, world championships at two different weight divisions and many memorable nights between the ropes, arguably the island of Ireland's greatest ever fighter has hung up his gloves - but that doesn't necessarily mean the end of the boxing road for Carl Frampton.
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Eurovision star Dana's brother sues Scotland Yard for £5m: Singer's sibling, 67, launches legal action ...

The Daily Mail 04 Apr 2021
The singer, now 69, achieved worldwide fame when she won the contest in 1970 for Ireland with All Kinds of Everything (Dana Rosemary Scallon performing live on television circa 1970) ... The singer, now 69, achieved worldwide fame when she won the contest in 1970 for Ireland with All Kinds of Everything.
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Changing the tune: 1971's Eurovision Song Contest was a watershed moment in TV history

Belfast Telegraph 04 Apr 2021
The Eurovision Song Contest held at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin 50 years ago today was the moment Catholic Ireland switched from black and white to colour ... The theme of their demonstration was "Ireland has nothing to sing about" ... Ireland was represented by Angela Farrell, also born in the north, singing One Day Love.
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How Instagram’s influencers changed the model industry

BBC News 03 Apr 2021
“It was a first for us to shoot a campaign with one of our spokesmodels in this way,” Lex Bradshaw-Zanger, chief marketing officer at L’Oréal UK and Ireland, said. “The advert has been used across digital, social and television and has been received very positively – with salons ...
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The government’s race report has fuelled the controversy it was supposed to lay to rest

The Independent 02 Apr 2021
The twin debacles have significant features in common ... SIGN UP ... SIGN UP ... The most striking example of this in the UK was the civil rights march in Derry in Northern Ireland on 5 October 1968 which was attacked by the Protestant-dominated police in front of the television cameras and thus began the unravelling of the Northern Ireland state ... .
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Watch house prices rise if your area stars on TV

Belfast Telegraph 01 Apr 2021
... a popular television drama is likely to see a surge in house prices ... Northern Ireland has a prime example of this in the Game Of Thrones fantasy series, which took the world of television by storm.
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BBC reporter fleeing China arrives in Taiwan: MOFA

Taipei Times 01 Apr 2021
Sudworth’s wife, Irish journalist Yvonne Murray, left the country with him “because of mounting pressure from the Chinese authorities,” her employer, Radio Television of Ireland (RTE), reported ... On Wednesday, the Chinese embassy in Ireland said that Sudworth “has been strongly ...
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