Tracing the Peace Line in Northern Ireland (Belfast producer)

  • Don Duncan

Press/Media: Research


(I served as Belfast producer for this episodeof World Affairs)

Noel Large was a cold-blooded gunman for a Protestant paramilitary group during “The Troubles,” a period of bombings, shootings, and political turbulence that rocked Northern Ireland in the 20th century. Today, he’s a reconciliation activist, working alongside Catholics to keep the peace. Although the situation is more stable today, Catholic and Protestant communities remain divided in cities across Northern Ireland, by physical barriers known as “Peace Walls.”

Period06 Dec 2021

Media contributions


Media contributions


  • Peace walls
  • centenary
  • belfast
  • Protestant
  • Catholic
  • peace