Could we have avoided the Troubles in Northern
Ireland by redrawing a line on the map? In the second of a four-part series of informed historical speculation,
Dr Christopher Andrew asks: What if, back in the 1920s, Ulster had been reduced to four counties instead of six?
With the guidance of Conor Cruise O'Brien and two other eminent
Irish historians, he imagines 70 years of an alternative Ireland.
Producer Ian Bell
Contributors Unknown: Dr Christopher Andrew
Unknown: Conor Cruise O'Brien
Producer: Ian Bell