Saturday November 28, 2020

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Dan Scott selects the best of this week’s viewing on the small screen

18th March, 2018

Vanessa Engle’s docu-film premieres tonight on BBC Two and tracks the two Belfast funerals in 1988 that increased tensions at the height of the Troubles. With new insights and interviews from republicans, loyalists and victims’ families, The Funeral Murders gives a harrowing account of one of the darkest moments in Northern Irish history following the funerals of the Gibraltar shooting victims and IRA member Kevin Brady. Engle also provides a fresh take on how, 30...

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