Tag Archives: People

A taste of Ireland in Paris

The Centre Culturel Irlandais showcases the arts from all parts of the island in the French capital. Director Nora Hickey M’Sichili talks to Peter Cheney about its work. Among the crowded streets...

A century of change

Old and new views are coming together in a new archives project. The passage of time’s effect on some well-known street scenes across the province is being recorded in a new project...

Boxing builds bridges

Sport is helping to connect young people across the community divide in Belfast and across the Atlantic as well. Peter Cheney reports on the Belfast Beltway Boxing Classic. Twice a year, the...

A force for change

Artist Rita Duffy talks to Owen McQuade about her work and her belief that art can be a force for change. Political art I did a project in Texas, in a place...

Careers agenda: Alan Stout

Alan Stout has worked in general practice in East Belfast over the last 12 years and is also involved in the area’s out-of-hours service. He tells agendaNi about the pressures of serving...

Heaney remembered

An Post’s tribute to Seamus Heaney is adding to his memory. Almost a year after his passing, the work of Seamus Heaney is being recalled by thousands of correspondents across and beyond...

Winning against the world’s best

Ireland rugby players Alison Miller and Grace Davitt talk to Peter Cheney about victory over New Zealand in this summer’s World Cup and the satisfaction of seeing women’s sport recognised. While rugby...

Written in stone

Tom Hartley, author of a new book on the history of Milltown Cemetery, talks to Owen McQuade about Belfast’s chequered past and how our history is much more complex and layered than...