Lets Look at Ulster: Programme 3

Lets Look at Ulster: Programme 3

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Location

Bangor, Portrush

Year

1977

Date

Production 01/01/1977

Length

18min 56sec

Audio

sound

Format

DVC

colour

Source

Digitised as part of the UTV Archive Partnership Project (ITV, Northern Ireland Screen and PRONI)

Courtesy

Department for Communities, ITV, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

Rights Holder

ITV

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Description

Audio and picture are poor.

A three part series exploring Ulster's history with the use of archive pictures and maps to paint a picture on how the province has changed over time.

This episode focuses on Ulster's seaside resorts - primarily Portrush - and how they came to be and what amusements can be found there for families in the summer months. From amusement arcades, horse riding and sandy beaches, the North Coast - along with Bangor, Newcastle, Warn Point and Rostrevor - offer the holiday goer plenty of choice!

Credits

A UTV Production

Devised and written by Rex Cathcart

Narrators: John Keyes and John McCavert

Film Editor: Joe Lyttle

Director: Andrew Crockart

We wish to acknowledge the help of: British Airways, Down District Council, The Linen Hall Library, North Down Borough Council, Rathmullan House Hotel, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum and The Ulster Museum 


 

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