Thirty years ago a team from Wales This Week were in Northern Ireland, filming with the soldiers of the Royal Regiment of Wales, when an explosion was heard nearby.
News soon followed that private Andrew Bull, from Nant y Glo in Gwent had been caught in a bomb blast on the Falls Road, West Belfast.
Now, thirty years on Andrew returns to the scene of the explosion and speaks to Wales this Week about his life, After the Fall.
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