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Regional broadcasting and identity in “Ulster”
Thomas Hajkowski

talks, to start in January 1937. These included How Ulster Is Governed, Ulster Speaks, All Things Considered, “a fortnightly review of Ulster news,” and For Ulster Farmers.9 The Northern Ireland Programme Director did not propose a single talk series containing the words “Northern Ireland.” The following autumn, BBC NI submitted a provisional talks schedule to Head Office that included And So Ulster Was Made, Ulster Scientists, News Comes to Ulster, Does Ulster Contribute to Irish Culture?, and Made in Ulster. The only reference to “Northern Ireland” in the schedule

in The BBC and national identity in Britain, 1922–53
Ruth Barton

Almodóvar’s Bad Education . Journal of Film and Video , 67, 14–29. Pine, E. 2011. The Politics of Irish Memory: Performing Remembrance in Contemporary Irish culture , Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Sixsmith, M. 2009. The Lost Child of Philomena Lee: Aa Mother, Her Son and a Fifty-Year Search , London: Macmillan. Smith, J. M. 2007. Ireland’s Magdalen Laundries and the Nation’s Architecture of Containment , Notre Dame, IN.: University of Notre Dame Press. Sztompka, P. 2000. Cultural Trauma: The Other Face of Social Change

in Irish cinema in the twenty-first century