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UTV Life - Episode 147

Lady Mary Peters chats about raising one million pounds for her 80th birthday to help young athletes, Cliona Hagan tells Pamela about her time on Dancing with the Stars and there’s music from Cormac Neeson from The Answer.

Rewind With Julian - Episode 4

Join Julian Simmons and a host of local celebrities on a trip down memory lane as they reminisce about what life was like growing up in Northern Ireland. In this final edition, we look at local sporting heroes and keep fit trends with Gene Fitzpatrick, boxer Paddy Barnes and UTV’s Ruth Gorman.

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Rewind With Julian - Episode 3

Join Julian Simmons and a host of local celebrities on a trip down memory lane as they reminisce about what life was like growing up in Northern Ireland. Love is in the air this week as we look at romance with Conor Grimes and Alan McKee, Philomena Begley and UTV’s Paul Clark.

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Rewind With Julian - Episode 2

Take a trip down memory lane with Julian Simmons and his famous friends as they recall their memories of what life was like growing up in Northern Ireland. This week it’s holiday time with Olivia Nash, Paddy Houlihan of Mrs Brown’s Boys, and radio presenters Stephen Clements and Cate Conway.

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Rewind With Julian - Episode 1

Take a trip down memory lane with Julian Simmons and his famous friends as they recall what life was like growing up in Northern Ireland. This week, it’s family life and back to school with Pamela Ballantine, Nuala McKeever and Danny O'Carroll of Mrs Brown’s Boys fame.

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UTV Life - Episode 127

Pamela meets the 11-year-old boy who climbed Kilamanjaro, Irish singer Tommy Fleming performs, and Rita joins the children from Puddle Ducks nursery on a visit to a care home in east Belfast.

Unlocking Havelock (Part 2)

Gerry Kelly returns to the iconic building where he began his career to host this special programme, as the stars of UTV past and present bid a fond farewell to Havelock House.

With contributions from Gloria Hunniford, Eamonn Holmes, Julian Simmons, Pamela Ballantine, Ivan Little and many more, we celebrate the history of the landmark building which was home to UTV for almost 60 years.

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October 1968: Brink of Chaos (Part 2)

Fifty years on, journalist Denis Tuohy narrates a three-part series marking the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland. Those who witnessed this pivotal time, share their personal stories.

In this episode, the 5 October march in Londonderry is remembered with accounts from former rugby international Trevor Ringland, whose father was an RUC police sergeant, and journalist Martin Cowley who found himself on the front-line in the chaos that unfolded.