Free Derry,The IRA guarding Bogside.Street Battle, Rosemount ''No Go Areas'' of Derry,early '70s.Riots.Interviews about Amnesty.Seán Keenan,Dennis Bradley etc.
how Derry began by Maurice Harron and James McGarrigle-2005 animated history of Derry City , situated in N.Ireland. From the Ice-Age when Derry was an Island, to the present day City of Derry. Produced by N.Ireland Audio/Visual New Media Solutions - copyright 2004
back home in derry partisan, gary og, paddy cambel, joe delaney and mark o'neill. live at the barrowlands, glasgow
Derry: 30th January 1972 Before the armed struggle, catholics were denied basic human rights such as a vote. There was discrimination in local government to prevent catholics from recieving housing or jobs. The Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association was set up to give catholics basic human rights. In January 1971 14 NICRA members were shot dead by the British Army in what would come to be known as Bloody Sunday. -=some graphic images=-
Grainger: Irish Tune from County Derry Carmel High School Symphony Orchestra Soo Han, Director ISSMA Concert Orchestra State Finals May 3, 2008 Percy Grainger: Irish Tune from County Derry Carmel High School was named the 2008 Indiana State Champion Orchestra.
Hair Of The Dog - Back Home In Derry Hair Of The Dog - Back Home In Derry Written by Bobby Sands MP (RIP) Lyrics: In 1803, we sailed out to sea Out of the sweet town of Derry For Australia bound, if we didn't all drown The marks of out fetters we carried In our rusty iron chains, we cried for our wains Our good women we left in sorrow As the mainsails unfurled, our curses we hurled At the English and thoughts of tomorrow At the mouth of the Foyle bid farwell to the soil As down below decks we were lying. O'Docherty' screamed, woken out of a dream By a vision of bold Robert dying. The sun burned cruel as we dished out the gruel Dan O'Connor was down with a fever Sixty rebels today bound for Botany Bay. How many would reach their receiver? Oh..... I wish I was back home in Derry Oh..... I wish I was back home in Derry We cursed them to Hell, As our bow fought the swell Our ship danced like a moth in the firelight. Wild horses rode high as the devil passed by Taking souls into Hades by twilight Five weeks out to sea we were now 43 We buried our comrades each morning In our own slime, lost in a time, Endless nights without dawning Oh..... I wish I was back home in Derry Oh..... I wish I was back home in Derry Van Diemens Land is a hell for a man To live out his whole life in slavery Where the climate is raw and the gun makes the law Neither wind nor rain care for bravery Twenty years have gone by and I've ended my bond My comrades' ghosts walk behind me A rebel I came; I'm still the same On a cold winter's night ...
Phil Coulter - Derry Air From my DVD "Tranquility Classics"
Free Derry Media- Real IRA Republican Resistance Real IRA a growing threat tiocfaidh ar la produced by FDM tal
Gretna vs Derry City [musical montage] Visit Features all of Derrys' goals from their 5-1 triumph over Scottish side Gretna. Goals from Darren Kelly, Kevin Deery (2) & Ciaran Martyn (2). http
Seamus Heaney - The Road to Derry A video interpretation of Seamus Heaney's poem The Road to Derry. Produced for an interactive tourist guide for Derry City Council
Free Derry Media - Colin Duffy, Terry Mc Cafferty, Michael Cambell Bring Them Home if being Republican means were guilty so be it were guilty one and for all. Song played by moby why does my heart feel so bad
Ireland / Derry Derry - music : The Bothy band , song : "Streets of Derry "
Shebeen - Back Home in Derry(BEST VERSION) WRITTEN BY BOBBY SANDS.. Irish Rebel band shebeen version of back home in derry In eigh***-o-three we sailed out to sea Out from the sweet town of Derry For Australia bound, if we didn't all drown The marks of our fetters we carried In our rusty iron chains we cried for our weans Our good women we left in sorrow As the main sails unfurled, our curses we hurled On the English and thoughts of tomorrow At the mouth of the Foyle, bade farewell to the soil As down below decks we were lying O'Doherty screamed, woken out of a dream By a vision of bold Robert dying The sun burnt cruel as we dished out the gruel Dan O'Conner was down with a fever Sixty rebels today, bound for Botany Bay How many will reach their receiver Oh oh oh oh oh I wish I was back home in Derry Oh oh oh oh oh I wish I was back home in Derry I cursed them to hell as our bow fought the swell Our ship danced like a moth in the firelight White horses rode high as the devil passed by Taking souls to Hades by twilight Five weeks out to sea, we were now forty-three We buried our comrades each morning In our own slime we were lost in the time Endless night without dawning Oh oh oh oh oh I wish I was back home in Derry Oh oh oh oh oh I wish I was back home in Derry Van Diemen's Land is a hell for a man To end out his whole life in slavery Where the climate is raw and a gun makes the law Neither wind nor rain care for bravery Twenty years have gone by, I have ended my bond My comrades' ghosts walk beside me A rebel I ...
A DRIVE AROUND DERRY CITY, IRELAND (part one) A drive around the CITY of DERRY, IRELAND
Eire Og-Londons Derry Eire Og Song whitch is done to the Tune from Come on out you Black and Tans. Enjoy
Back Home in Derry Great tune, words written by Bobby Sands, and sung by Christy Moore.
back home in derry - terry o'neill terry o'neill back home in derry irish rebel song
Derry to Donegal SIsters Rozs and Pauline bring us on a tour of their favourite travel spots and hidden gems in Derry and across the border to Donegal. See more at /go
Big Guns in Derry May 2008, Ireland "The Great Guns like Thunder" Book launch event filmed by Wyllie O Hagan from the City Walls in Derry, overlooking the Bogside. As completion of its cannon gun restoration project Derry City Council today launched the 'Great Guns like Thunder' publication at the Verbal Arts Centre. The definitive publication on the provenance of the city's unique collection of cannon was jointly launched by the Minister for the Environment, Arlene Foster, MLA, Alderman Drew Thompson, Mayor, Derry City Council and the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman David Lewis. The publication of the book by local company, Guildhall Press, marks the culmination of over four years research by Dr. Brian Scott and his co-authors. More information on the Big Guns of Derry can be downloaded from here: The National Civil Rights Archive is held at the Museum of Free Derry. The archive focusses on the civil rights era of the 1960s and the Free Derry/early troubles era of the 1970s. More information here: For information on the murals painted in the Bogside, visit the artists website here: For further information about Wyllie O Hagan go here:
Derry City A video of my Hometown
Free Derry Media - Derrys Streets Past & Present. Free Derry Media™ Productions.
Princess Diana's Funeral Part 19: Derry Air and Cwm Rhondda The Archbishop finishes the Prayers and the choir sings 'An Air from County Derry': I would be true, for there are those that trust me. I would be pure, for there are those that care. I would be strong, for there is much to suffer. I would be brave, for there is much to dare. I would be friend of all, the foe, the friendless. I would be giving, and forget the gift, I would be humble, for I know my weakness, I would look up, laugh, love and live. The Archbishop led the recitation of The Lord's Prayer. After The Lord's Prayer, The Archbishop said The Blessing. There then followed the most beautiful piece of music, in my opinion, of the whole service: the de facto National Anthem of Wales, Cwm Rhondda, with words of the hymn 'Guide Me, O Great Redeemer': Guide me, O thou great Redeemer, pilgrim through this barren land; I am weak, but thou art mighty; hold me with thy powerful hand: bread of heaven, feed me now and evermore. Open now the crystal fountain whence the healing stream doth flow; let the fiery cloudy pillar lead me all my journey through: strong deliverer, be thou still my strength and shield. When I tread the verge of Jordan, bid my anxious fears subside; death of death, and hell's destruction, land me safe on Canaan's side: songs and praises I will ever give to thee. The hymn was chosen as a tribute to Diana as Princess of Wales as was the choice of Welsh soldiers as pall bearers. The BBC appropriately chose to close up on people outside with Welsh flags. In the ...
derry's walls in memory of the apprentice boys of derry
back home in derry christy moore irish rebel
Free Derry Media - The IRA Will Always Be Around Free Derry Media™ Productions.
Undercover News - Derry In Derry, Ireland, Undercover Reported Zoe Traynor, Filming some stupidness!
INCREDIBLE FROZEN RIVER AND LAKE - Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland Some footage of the sub zero winter weather that has been hitting Northern Ireland (as well as most of Northern Europe) over the past 3 weeks. This video was shot on January 9th 2010 in the city of Derry/Londonderry, and documents the frozen River Foyle, the first time in nearly fifty years that the river has frozen! There is also a short piece of footage of a large lake (Enagh Lough) just outside the city which was covered by at least 4 inches of ice and was strong enough to walk on. I hasten to add I didn't try it myself!
Derry v Gretna Kevin Deery Free Kick Kevin Deery's free kick during the 5-1 mauling of Gretna by Derry City in the UEFA Cup
Sheffield United v Crystal Palace.Shaun Derry (QPR) shuffling his nuts on sky tv Sheffield United v Crystal Palace.Shaun Derry shuffling his nuts live on sky tv
Saunter Derry Song Video of the "saunter" tune by Derry lads, describing an average Saturday nite.
christy moore-back home in derry, glasgow barrowland 6.4.07 christy's first song at the glasgow barrowland on 6th april 2007 with declan sinnot. class.
derry disco dancer in turkey mad muckers in turkey
Christy Moore - Back Home In Derry Live At The Self-Aid Concert, RDS, Dublin. 17th May 1986. ...I think. Sorry about the distortion.
The Streets of Derry - Cara Dillon with Paul Brady Cara Dillon - vocals Paul Brady - vocals Sam Lakeman - piano Catriona MacKay - harp Aly Bain - fiddle Ronan Browne - whistle Todd Parks - bass
Derry City Football Club Derry City Football Club in pictures
Irish Tune from County Derry "Londonderry Air" By Percy Grainger Can be reffered to as these three names... - irish Tune From County Derry - Londonderry Air - O Danny Boy When I first played this piece I fell In love. One of the best pieces in Concert Band Literature. :) Another amazing piece By Percy Grainger.
LINFIELD 1 DERRY CITY 1 LINFIELD TV
Back Home in Derry - Patrick's Head An awesome song sang by Patrick's Head ! --- In 1803 we sailed out to sea Out from the sweet town of Derry For Australia bound if we didn't all drown And the marks of our fetters we carried. In the rusty iron chains we sighed for our wains As our good wives we left in sorrow. As the mainsails unfurled our curses we hurled On the English and thoughts of tomorrow. At the mouth of the foil we bid farewell to the soil As down below deck we were lying. O Doherty's scream woken up from a dream By a vision of Bold Robert dying. The sun burned us cruel as we dished out the gruel Daniel Connor was down with a fever. Fifty rattles to-day bound for Botney Bay How many would meet their receiver? Oh Oh Oh Oh I wish I was back home in Derry. Oh Oh Oh Oh I wish I was back home in Derry. I cursed them to hell as our bow fought the swell. Our ship danced like a moth in the firelights. White horses rode high as the devil passed by Taking souls to Hades by twilight. Five weeks out to sea we were now forty-three Our comrades we buried each morning. In our own slime we were lost in a time. Endless night without dawning. Oh Oh Oh Oh I wish I was back home in Derry. Oh Oh Oh Oh I wish I was back home in Derry. Van Dieman's land is a hell for a man To live out his life in slavery. When the climate is raw and the gun makes the law. Neither wind nor rain cares for bravery. Twenty years have gone by and I've ended me bond And comrades' ghosts are behind me. A rebel I came and I'll die the same. On ...
VINNY COYLE, DERRY . Civil Rights.IRELAND vinny coyle. Civil Rights, Derry. IT WAS with profound shock and sadness that the people of the Bogside district, and much further afield, learnt of the death of Mr. Vincent Coyle. He was a self-professed socialist, who became one of the best known and extremely popular figures of the civil rights movement from the mid-1960s, including and beyond the tragic events of Bloody Sunday. Following the unwarranted massacre of peaceful civil rights marchers, in January 1972, his home became an international newsroom and local information centre. Vinny, as he was popularly known, was born in January 1929. He was one of nine children born to John and Angela Coyle of Ann Street, off Rossville Street. He believed in Derry like he believed in God. He provided tools and assisted in building the first barricade outside his own home in Rossville Street, in 1968. Although to many people he was just an ordinary docker, as was his father before him, to many more he was a symbol of determination and hope for the city. True Friend Vinny will best be remembered as a highly effective civil rights steward at many historic marches and mass meetings. His six-foot muscular frame maintained more law and order during the trial of fellow civil rights leaders at the citys Magistrates Court than three lorry loads of RUC. None of us could ever forget how, with outstretched hands and words of wisdom, he calmed that, and many more volatile situations, throughout many stormy years. Often, alongside him ...
Derry Fans doing the Greek