Stepping Stones: The Arts in Ulster, 1971-2001

Blackstaff, 2001 - 286 sider
The troubles of 1971 to 2001 saw Northern Ireland catapulted into the headlines across the world, yet during the dark years of violence there was an impressive, but much less reported, flourishing of creative energy. In this work a panel of writers comment on the artistic accomplishment of this extraordinary period.

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MARK CARRUTHERS joined BBC Northern Ireland in 1989 and since then he has presented countless radio and television programs. He was nominated for a Royal Television Society award for his work in 2003, and in 2005 he and Donna Traynor lifted a prestigious Irish Film and Television Award for Best News Program. Mark is a keen advocate of the arts and is chairman of the board of the Lyric Theatre, Belfast and has served on many other theatre and cultural committees. He was awarded an OBE for his services to drama in Northern Ireland in the 2011 Queen's New Year Honours List. He is co-editor of "Stepping Stones - The Arts in Ulster 1971-2001" (2001) and is a founder of Cultural Resolution which published a collection of essays "Re-imagining Belfast: a manifesto for the arts" (2003). Mark is married with three children and lives in south Belfast.

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