Kate Nash, whose brother was one of the Bloody Sunday murder victims in Derry,will discuss the announcement that a four year constabulary investigation has ended and what it means to the families in their decades long fight to bring British troopers to justice.
Independent Councillor Padraig McShane will give us the latest developments on the funding controversy surrounding the Gaelic Athletic field at McAllister-McVeigh Memorial Park where Unionists witheld funding because the park is named for Irish patriots killed almost a century ago.He will also discuss the recent Orange parade in Ballycastle.
We will also feature a discussion of a new documentary film on the groundbreaking Irish band ‘BLACK 47’.
Go to RADIO FREE EIREANN’S new web site, RFE123.ORG where you can read written transcripts of last week’s headline making interviews with Belfast Republican Dee Fennell on a public debate challenge with Gerry Adams TD and author and political commentator Anthony McIntyre’s discussion of the continuing fallout from the “Brysongate” scandal.
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