Helping Hands

Episodes

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20070107

William Crawley talks to Fr Tony Coney, a priest who works in Peru where he has set up projects which feed and educate 600 children a day in a barren hillside slum.

20070114

2/4.

Interviews with local people working in the Third World.

Maud Kells, a missionary nurse from Cookstown, talks about her work with the poor in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

20070121

3/4.

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World features Maggie Eno, who runs helps street children in the city of Sihanoukville in Cambodia.

20070128

4/4.

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World features William Crawley, who has devoted his career to raising money for, and awareness of the poor.

20070709

1/4.

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World.

William Crawley talks to Tony Coney, a priest who works in Peru to feed and educate 600 children a day.

20070710

2/4.

Interviews with local people working in the Third World.

Maud Kells, a missionary nurse from Cookstown, talks about her work with the poor in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

20070711

3/4.

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World.

Maggie Eno has gone from nursing in Belfast to helping street children in Sihanoukville, Cambodia.

20070712

4/4.

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World.

William Crawley talks to Paddy Maguinness, deputy chief executive of Concern Worldwide.

20080806

1/4.

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World.

William Crawley talks to Tony Coney, a priest who works in Peru to feed and educate 600 children a day.

20080813

2/4.

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World.

Maud Kells, a missionary nurse from Cookstown, talks about her work over 30 years with the poor in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and of the effects of civil war, Aids and malaria.

20080820

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World.

Maggie Eno, who runs a project that helps street children in the city of Sihanoukville in Cambodia, talks about her journey from nursing in Belfast to helping the deprived in Asia.

On MW only, from 7.45pm - 10.00pm:

International Football - Scotland v Northern Ireland: Adam Coates presents coverage of Northern Ireland's Friendly against Scotland at Hampden Park.

Joel Taggart is joined on commentary in Glasgow by John O'neill

20080827

4/4.

Series of interviews with local people working in the Third World.

William Crawley talks to Paddy Maguinness, deputy chief executive of Concern Worldwide, about his work for the poor of the Third World.

He describes how his involvement with the St Vincent de Paul society in Newry opened his eyes to poverty and led him to work in the jungles of Papua New Guinea, in Africa and in disaster zones around the world.