20130421Twenty years on from the Warrington bomb that killed his son, Colin Parry travels to Belfast to see how successful the peace process has been. With behind the scenes access to those who negotiated the Good Friday Agreement Colin travels down the Newtonards Road, scene of some of the recent flag protests, to look at where local people feel the agreement has helped and where it has failed.

Including interviews with key negotiators in the Good Friday Agreement; Senator George Mitchell, chair of the talks; and former Downing Street Chief of Staff Jonathan Powell