Our Rivers [Radio Ulster]

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200809061/6. Helen Mark and Michael McNamee follow the Ballinderry from the foothills of the Sperrins down to Lough Neagh.

1/6. Helen Mark and Michael Mcnamee follow the Ballinderry from the foothills of the Sperrins down to Lough Neagh.

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200809132/6. The River Lagan: Canals, Linen, Weirs and Wildlife. Join Helen Mark and Michael Mcnamee as they journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important waterways.
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20080920The Upper Bann: Dams, Castles and Bridges. Helen Mark and Michael McNamee journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important and fascinating waterways.

The Upper Bann: Dams, Castles and Bridges. Helen Mark and Michael Mcnamee journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important and fascinating waterways.

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20080927The Lower Bann: Eels, Boats and Birds. Helen Mark and Michael McNamee journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important and fascinating waterways.

The Lower Bann: Eels, Boats and Birds. Helen Mark and Michael Mcnamee journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important and fascinating waterways.

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20081004The Blackstaff and Farset - Belfast's Hidden Waterways

Join Helen Mark and Michael Mcnamee as they journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important and fascinating waterways. From food to leisure, transport to power, the rivers around us are one of our most precious resources.

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20081011The River Foyle

Join Helen Mark and Michael McNamee as they journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important and fascinating waterways. From food to leisure, transport to power, the rivers around us are one of our most precious resources.

Join Helen Mark and Michael Mcnamee as they journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important and fascinating waterways. From food to leisure, transport to power, the rivers around us are one of our most precious resources.

20081012The River Foyle

Join Helen Mark and Michael Mcnamee as they journey along six of Northern Ireland's most important and fascinating waterways. From food to leisure, transport to power, the rivers around us are one of our most precious resources.