When at St Colman's College in Newry, Gerard Gorman was abused by paedophile priest Father Malachy Finegan. He was so traumatised that for many years he was unable to talk about what had happened. Brave and open-hearted, 'So Young' is a powerful account of abuse and a damning indictment of an institution that continues to stonewall victims.
From the first race in 1922, the Ulster Grand Prix has been one of the most thrilling events in the international motorcycling calendar, attracting the world's great riders and machines. With over 100 photographs, alongside lively commentary, and bringing together stats across its entire history, this is the definitive account.
Updated edition to cover the revised CCEA specification for GCSE Physical Education. It addresses Component 1: 'Factors underpinning Health and Performance' and Component 2: 'Developing Performance'. Full colour with illustrations and diagrams throughout, and includes tasks and chapter summaries.
In this warm and personal book, birdwatching expert Dot Blakely together with Anne Marie McAleese of BBC Radio Ulster's Your Place and Mine, write about the places they have visited and the birds they found. This uplifting combination of memoir and nature writing covers the whole of Ulster and is illustrated with more than 100 stunning photographs.
Wild Belfast tells the fascinating story of the wild creatures and plants that live within the urban environment of Northern Ireland's capital. It takes the reader on a safari around Greater Belfast - from the inner city and domestic gardens through parks, meadows, wetlands, woodlands and coastal areas.
Tells the story of Belfast and its people in the twentieth century. This volume contains nineteen essays that record the highs and lows of a century of seismic change in Belfast's history. It charts the evolution and development of Belfast - from politics and governance to education and health, planning and architecture, and more.