Mahon's Way Series 2

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Sociopolitical Documentary hosted by Joe Mahon, published by UTV in 2022 - English narration

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Joe Mahon visits historic places in Northern Ireland.

[edit] Portaferry

Joe Mahon heads to Portaferry to visit the 'Portico of Ards', a functioning Presbyterian church and also an arts and heritage centre. At Millin Bay, he learns about the habits of our ancient ancestors.

[edit] Stewartstown

Joe Mahon discovers a wealth of hugely significant historical sites in and around the village of Stewartstown. He visits the area at the ancient graveyard of Donaghhenry where local historian Aidan Fee reveals the final resting place of Scottish nobleman who used to be called Lord Ochiltree before he came to Ulster.

[edit] Deele Valley

Joe Mahon is in the beautiful Deele Valley checking on the health of its rivers, learning about the history of its railway, and discussing the works of a very unusual poet.

[edit] Dunluce Castle

Joe Mahon braves the rugged cliffs of the north coast to discover the history ofone of the country's most iconic landmarks, Dunluce Castle. He also traces thejourney of an ancient wooden chest from Scotland all the way to Ballyrashane.

[edit] Gortin

Joe Mahon heads to the village of Gortin in Co Tyrone, where he visits the earliest forest park to be opened to the public, discovers a very special tree and encounters an extremely rare species called the Gortin dipper.

[edit] Bellaghy

Joe Mahon visits the Seamus Heaney Homeplace and follows the footsteps of song collector Sam Henry along the slopes of Fallalea.

[edit] Cookstown

Joe Mahon visits Killymoon Castle on the outskirts of Cookstown, before travelling across to Rosehill House, a bewildering mix of periods and styles just outside Stewartstown.

[edit] Garvagh

Joe Mahon explores the village of Garvagh in Co Londonderry, where he visits a rural folk museum and enjoys a few memorable encounters in the beautiful Garvagh Forest.

[edit] Greyabbey

Joe Mahon visits Greyabbey in Co Down, where he visits a stunning garden that was once an old quarry, and the famous ruin of the abbey that gives the town its name.

[edit] Inishtrahull

Joe Mahon takes to the sea as he heads to Inishtrahull off Donegal's coast to visit a bird sanctuary, and learns about the fascinating history of the island.

[edit] Moneymore

Joe Mahon joins an archaeological survey at the site of an important discovery near Moneymore and gets the lowdown on a most unlikely war hero.

[edit] Lisnaskea

Joe Mahon explores Lisnaskea in Co Fermanagh, knitting socks and throwing wellies before taking time out to feed a Kunekune pig and shower an emu.

[edit] Benburb

Joe Mahon delves into the fascinating and often turbulent history of Benburb, which is perched on a clifftop overlooking the River Blackwater, where Tyrone meets Armagh.

[edit] Malin

Joe Mahon explores the Inishowen Peninsula in Co Donegal, visiting Knockamany Bens, Trawbreaga Bay, Five Finger Strand and the beautifully preserved village of Malin.

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  • Video Codec: x265 CABAC Main@L4
  • Video Bitrate: CRF 21
  • Video Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Frame Rate: 25 FPS
  • Audio Codec: AAC-LC
  • Audio Bitrate: 128Kbps CVBR 48KHz
  • Audio Channels: 2
  • Run-Time: 22 mins
  • Number Of Parts: 14
  • Part Size: 493 MB (average)
  • Source: HDTV
  • Encoded by: JungleBoy

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