Friday October 23, 2020

Radio review: Banging a different drum in the North

On Monday night in the small Co Antrim village of Harryville, near Ballymena, the Glorious Twelfth came early for an unfortunate Slovakian family when their house was set ablaze, forcing them to jump out of an upper window to stay alive.

16th July, 2011

On Monday night in the small Co Antrim village of Harryville, near Ballymena, the Glorious Twelfth came early for an unfortunate Slovakian family when their house was set ablaze, forcing them to jump out of an upper window to stay alive. The arson occurred a matter of days after several bullets were fired at a Polish family’s home in the same area.

It’s long been a fact of Northern Irish life that ethnic...

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