The Longest Decade: Part 2

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Location

Birmingham, Bogside, Derry, Derry/Londonderry, Dublin, Dungannon, Harland & Wolff shipyard, Holywood, Kilroot, Royal Victoria Hospital, RVH, Shankill, Tyrone Crystal factory, Various, West Belfast, William Street

Year

1968-1978

Source

UTV

Format

film

colour

Length

09min 13sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

UTV

Rights Holder

RTE, UTV

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Description

A partial documentary detailing events between 1968-1978. This section concentrates on local industry and The Troubles.

 

Shot List

Continuation of The Longest Decade: Part 1. Looks at the effect that the civil unrest of the ten years from 1968-1978 has had on industry. The IRA bombing campaign against industry. 01:12 Harland and Wolff; 01:46 farming. 02:07 Tyrone Crystal, Dungannon and Ulster Crystal in Belfast. 02:48 The troubles have led to innovations in surgery and intensive care. 03:50 street riots. 05:20 Dana singing part of All Kinds of Everything. 05:48 various riots intercut with funerals. 06:00 various stills showing bombs and riots. Aerials Kilroot 1970s. General views Harland and Wolff shipyard 1970s. Interiors Tyrone Crystal Factory and Glass making 1970s. General views hospitals, modern small factories, ambulance and cardiac equipment, RVH 1970s. Aerial general views countryside 1970s. Rioting in West Belfast and Bogside 1972. Aerials Armagh countryside 1970s. Dana disembarks from plane to welcome after winning Eurovision Song Contest with All Kinds of Everything. 23/03/1970. Binlids protest and soldiers 1972. Army fires plastic bullets and soldier is felled by rioter during internment anniversary riots 08/08/1976. Soldiers charge in William Street, Derry 1970s. Burning van and bus barricade Shankill 03/07/1972. RUC funeral with cap and Union Jack 1970s.

 

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