Kelly's People: Women's Role

Kelly's People: Women's Role

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Bangor, Clandeboye Estate




Transmission 06/11/1987


38min 08sec




1 inch



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Kelly’s People ‘On Tour’ comes from Clandeboye Estate banqueting hall in Bangor.

Gerry Kelly welcomes his guests and the majority female audience to examine women’s issues and equality in the Northern Irish society. The guests are an Irish singer and songwriter Mary Coughlan, who also performs few of her songs, and a former broadcaster now working for the National Trust, Diane Harron. Joining the discussions from the audience are Inez McCormack (NUPE), Bronagh Hinds (Gingerbread), Ann-Marie Hillen (Women’s Aid), Lynda Edgerton (EOC) among others and altogether they represent a variety of opinions on feminism, equality and women’s role in society.


Guests: Mary Coughlan, Diane Harron, Inez McCormack (NUPE), Bronagh Hinds (Gingerbread), Ann-Marie Hillen (Women’s Aid), Lynda Edgerton (Equal Opportunity Commision)

Presented by Gerry Kelly
Producer/ Director: David Donaghy
Programme Editor: Gerry Kelly
Cameras: Gil Henderson
Sound: Bruce Switzer
Make Up: Sheila Dundee
Props: Jimmy McConnell
Riggers: David Wilkinson
Electrician: Billy Rowan
Vision Supervisor: Allen McMurtry
VTR Engineer: Gerry Ross
Vision Mixer: William Scott
Floor Manager: Ann McClelland
Graphics: Michael Williams and Brian Owens
Programme Associate: Michael Henderson
Music: John Anderson
Lighting Director: Fred Hopwood
Designer: Diane Menaul
Crew Chief: Tom Reid
Production Assistant: Liz Stewart

Ulster Television Production


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