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  • Our Northside Stories : Episode One

    Episode One – Amy interviews her 14 year old daughter Ava, a champion boxer and Gaelic Football player, Paddy interviews Susan whom he has walked with in the stardust walkers group for many years and Rebecca interviews Hilde, her neighbor and old friend. This series is about connections. The type of connections we don’t often get to mark, it’s not about couples and life partners, we know those connections. It’s about the friends or family members we don’t tend to […]

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  • Our Northside Stories : Episode 2

    This series is about connections. The type of connections we don’t often get to mark, it’s not about couples and life partners, we know those connections. It’s about the friends or family members we don’t tend to mention until a toast at a wedding or birthday party. People we think highly of but might wait until they pass away to speak of in a reflective way. It’s not about great deeds or well-known people, but the lovely ordinary people we […]

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  • Our Northside Stories : Episode Three

    This series is about connections. The type of connections we don’t often get to mark, it’s not about couples and life partners, we know those connections. It’s about the friends or family members we don’t tend to mention until a toast at a wedding or birthday party. People we think highly of but might wait until they pass away to speak of in a reflective way. It’s not about great deeds or well-known people, but the lovely ordinary people we […]

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  • Our Northside Stories : Episode Four

    This series is about connections. The type of connections we don’t often get to mark, it’s not about couples and life partners, we know those connections. It’s about the friends or family members we don’t tend to mention until a toast at a wedding or birthday party. People we think highly of but might wait until they pass away to speak of in a reflective way. It’s not about great deeds or well-known people, but the lovely ordinary people we […]

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