Flash Frames: Twelve Years Reporting Belfast

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This volume traces the 12 years spent in Belfast by BBC journalist and Northern Ireland Correspondent, Mark Devenport. It presents an insight into the region's recent troubles through a journalist who both reported and lived through bombings, shootings, two IRA ceasefires, loyalist paramilitary responses, visits by the American President, and the Good Friday Agreement.

Flash Frames: Twelve Years Reporting Belfast 2001, Blackstaff Press

ISBN-13: 9780856406744

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