Peace In Our Time - And What Followed It

It is 40 years since the Troubles started and ten since they stopped, but has that decade brought Northern Ireland ten years closer to normality? Are headlines dominated by race, health and education issues, or is terrorism a black hole from which the news agenda can never fully escape?



Reporter Tara Mills talks to the generations of journalists and politicians who have had their professional lives dominated by violence. She looks at their efforts to find a way out of it and asks how they have made the transition to peacetime roles.

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Reporter Tara Mills finds out how journalists and politicians have made the leap from being feted by presidents and prime ministers to having to deal with the backlog of 'normal' politics.

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