'Vera' ITV Sunday 28 January , this episode features some filming on and around Albermarle Barracks/RAF Ouston were several of the serving RHA soldiers were used as extras .
Be warned that Vera solves all of her cases within two hours less adverts so pay attention !
This is just about to start on BBC2 Northern Ireland, the next two programmes probably have more of interest here, particularly the third one I believe.
Ulaidh Faoi Thalamh
On: BBC 2 Northern Ireland
Date: Monday 22nd January 2018 (starting in 1 minute)
Time: 22:00 to 22:30 (30 minutes long)
Fiosraíonn Cormac Ó hÁdhmaill pluaiseanna iomráiteacha mara Chósta Aontroma agus Oileán Reachlainne agus taistealaíonn chuig an uaimh mhistéireach darb ainm Uaimh Pholl na gColm i bhFear Manach, a bhí clúiteach go luath sa Ré Victeoireach, sular osclaíodh Uaimheanna Áirse an Mharmair, a mbíonn turasóirí an lae inniu ag tarraingt orthu ina sluaite. Cormac Ó hÁdhmaill explores the world underground. In this episode, he explores the sea caves of the Antrim Coast and Rathlin Island, and travels to the mystical Pollnagollum Cave in Fermanagh, an early Victorian precursor to the Marble Arch showcaves.
(Stereo, Widescreen, Subtitles, Series 1, Episode 1)
Marked By: 'Category: Documentary' marker
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Two coastal gun batteries
Some ammunition storage buildings near Londonderry
A monastery whose crypt was used as an Air Raid Shelter in WWII (it was said Belfast only had four ARS)
DOCUMENTARY: Ulaidh Faoi Thalamh
Channel: BBC 2 Northern Ireland
Date: Monday 5th February 2018
Time: 22:00 to 22:30 (Already shown)
Duration: 30 minutes.
Beidh Cormac Ó hÁdhmaill, láithreoir, ag iniúchadh na n-iarsmaí suntasacha den chogaíocht atá le fáil faoin talamh ar fud Chúige Uladh, mar dhúnfoirt chósta ón 19ú haois i nDún na nGall, scáthláin uirbeacha aer-ruathair ón Dara Cogadh Domhanda, agus buncar ón Chogadh Fhuar i bPort an Dúnáin. Cormac Ó hÁdhmaill explores the world underground. In this episode, he surveys the remarkable subterranean relics of war across Ulster, from 19th-century coastal forts in Donegal to urban World War II air raid shelters and a Cold War bunker in Portadown.
(Stereo, Widescreen, Subtitles, Series 1, Episode 3)
Not a TV alert but a short film. Recently I have taken to looking at old comedy shows and short films on Youtube rather than have to sit and watch Neighbours/Home and away and this one really made me laugh