Wall, The [Radio Ulster]

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Series featuring communities in Belfast divided by walls. 1/3: Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, but what is it like to live near one?

Series featuring communities in Belfast divided by walls.

1/3: Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, but what is it like to live near one?

1/3. Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, they've been standing longer than the Berlin Wall and show no signs of coming down. But how many of us know what it is like to live near one? This programme hears from the communities in Belfast who are divided by walls.

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Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, they've been standing longer than the Berlin Wall and show no signs of coming down.

But how many of us know what it is like to live near one? This programme hears from the communities in Belfast who are divided by walls.

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Series featuring communities in Belfast divided by walls. Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, but what is it like to live near one?

Series featuring communities in Belfast divided by walls.

Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, but what is it like to live near one?

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2/3. Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, they've been standing longer than the Berlin Wall and show no signs of coming down. Gerry Anderson takes us on a tour of the walls of Londonderry, also known as Derry, a city with a division through its own name.

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Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, they've been standing longer than the Berlin Wall and show no signs of coming down.

Gerry Anderson takes us on a tour of the walls of Londonderry, also known as Derry, a city with a division through its own name.

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3/3. Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, they've been standing longer than the Berlin Wall and show no signs of coming down. We hear the story of Tony Macaulay who was brought up in the shadow of the Shankill Road peace line and later moved to the interfaces of North Belfast. He is now starting a campaign to bring the walls down in his children's lifetime.

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Northern Ireland's peace lines have been in place for nearly 40 years, they've been standing longer than the Berlin Wall and show no signs of coming down.

We hear the story of Tony Macaulay who was brought up in the shadow of the Shankill Road peace line and later moved to the interfaces of North Belfast.

He is now starting a campaign to bring the walls down in his children's lifetime.