Narrow Sea, A [Radio Ulster]

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20110310

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Victims of the Irish potato famine flood into Glasgow.

0120110103

New series on the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

This first episode describes how these two places were among the last on Earth to be inhabited by humans.

First in a new series on the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

0220110104

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Agricola, the Roman governor of Britannia, plans an invasion of Ireland from Galloway.

0320110105

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

As the Roman empire collapses, fearsome Irish tribes launch raids across the water.

0420110106

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Irish pirates begin to colonise lands abandoned by the Romans.

0520110107

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

St Patrick evangelises the Irish and Colmcille brings Christianity to the Picts.

0620110110

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Iona becomes a great centre of Christian learning.

0720110111

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Viking raiders begin to settle on the lands they have plundered.

0820110112

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

A Norman noble, Richard de Burgo, rules over the Earldom of Ulster.

0920110113

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Robert the Bruce and his brother Edward bring devastation to Ireland.

1020110114

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Battling Gaelic lords hire Hebridean warriors as mercenaries.

1220110118

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Crown forces launch a furious assault on the MacDonnell island of Rathlin.

1320110119

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

The MacDonnells of the Glens join forces with the Earls of Tyrone and Tir Conaill.

1420110120

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Hugh Montgomery helps Conn O'Neill make a daring escape from Carrickfergus Castle.

1520110121

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

King James grants estates in Down to Sir Hugh Montgomery and James Hamilton.

1620110124

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Sir Hugh Montgomery wastes no time in setting up his new home in County Down.

1720110125

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Sir Randal MacDonnell invites Scots to settle in the Glens.

1820110126

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Lowland Scots prove vigorous colonisers in County Antrim.

1920110127

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

The Flight of the Earls offers a new opportunity to King James.

2020110128

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Sir Cahir O'Doherty leads a rebellion against the Crown in Ulster.

2120110131

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

King James encourages Scottish Protestants to colonise Ulster.

4320110302

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

The Belfast Society of United Irishmen comes into being.

4420110303

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Protestant groups join together under the umbrella of The Orange Order.

4520110304

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Prime Minister William Pitt determines to unite the kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland.

4620110307

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Ulster-Scots weaver poets are greatly influenced by Robert Burns

4720110308

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Ruptures in The Church of Scotland bring turmoil to Presbyterianism in Ireland.

4820110309

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Ulster Presbyterians fight against calls to repeal the Act of Union.

5020110311

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Andrew Jackson becomes president of the United States and forces native tribes from their homes.

Andrew Jackson becomes president of the United States and forces natives from their homes.

5120110314

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

The Scotch-Irish have divided loyalties in the American Civil War.

5220110315

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

The American Civil War has a profound effect on Belfast and Glasgow.

5320110316

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Ulster emigrants take up the offer of free land in Canada.

5420110317

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Ulster Presbyterians are keen diggers in the Australian Gold Rush.

5520110318

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Despite their small numbers, Ulster Protestants make a remarkable contribution to the development of New Zealand.

Ulster Protestants make a remarkable contribution to the development of New Zealand.

5620110321

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

The Home Rule question divides opinion in Ireland.

5720110322

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Ulster-Scots make their mark across the world as inventors, bankers and political leaders.

5820110323

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

Ulster-Scots settling in the Appalachians create a new style of music.

5920110324

Tracing the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland.

The legacy of the Lowland Scots language in Ulster continues.

6020110325

The final programme in the series exploring Ulster's connections with Scotland examines the identity of today's Ulster-Scots.

The final programme in the series exploring Ulster's connections with Scotland.