Remembering Gerry [Radio Ulster]

Episodes

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An Evening Of Music2014102820141231 (RU)Gerry Kelly introduces local music on what would have been Gerry Anderson's 70th birthday, including Paul Casey, Bronagh Gallagher, Anthony Toner, Best Boy Grip and Sean Donnelly.

Anderson Extra20141028A selection of some of the best bits from Gerry Anderson's daily show on Radio Ulster, featuring Gerry Anderson and Sean Coyle.
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Anderson Extra20141030
Anderson Extra20141031
Failed Christian2010040520141029 (RU)Gerry Anderson talks with rock guitarist Henry McCullough, who reflects on his journey from Fermanagh showbands to Woodstock and the stars he has played with along the way.

Gerry Anderson - A Tribute2014102720141226 (RU)Michael Bradley presents a tribute to the much-loved award-winning broadcaster Gerry Anderson. With contributions from colleagues, friends and listeners.
Gerry's Bar: Flying Food And Other Awkward Moments20141031Gerry Anderson reflects on the spice of life in Northern Ireland.
Gerry's Bar: Foolishness And The Formative Years20141029Gerry Anderson reflects on some extraordinary tales from life as seen through the bottom of a glass.
Gerry's Bar: Road To Nowhere20141030Gerry Anderson reflects on the similarities and differences between Belfast and Derry~Londonderry.
Ronnie's Last Show2007122620141028 (RU)Gerry Anderson joins rocker Ronnie Hawkins at his home in Canada to reminisce about their time together and go to a gig in the local bar.
Surviving In Stroke City: A Silence In The Head20141028Gerry Anderson reflects on life in Derry~Londonderry in Northern Ireland, considering the paradox of so desirable a place to live having armed soldiers patrolling its streets.
Surviving In Stroke City: What The Eye Does Not See20141027
The Claddagh Ring2011021320110217 (RU)
20141030 (RU)
Gerry Anderson investigates the story of the Claddagh Ring.

Gerry Anderson goes in search of the story of one of Ireland's most famous exports, the Claddagh Ring, meeting kings and silversmiths, folklorists and Claddagh men along the way.

Gerry Anderson goes in search of the story of one of Ireland's most famous exports, the Claddagh Ring, meeting kings and silversmiths, folklorists and Claddagh men along the way.

The Cupid Cleric20141029Gerry Anderson meets Father Michael Keane, founder of the Knock Marriage Introductions Bureau in Co Mayo.
The First Saxophone In Ireland20141027Gerry Anderson presents a portrait of early dance-hall days in rural Ireland.