A NEW Northern Eire crime present will air on BBC One Northern Eire from tonight.
Crime NI, introduced by journalists Wendy Austin and Dearbhail McDonald, will function crime appeals and updates on PSNI investigations.
PSNI detectives will talk about the small print of main police probes and attraction for the general public’s assist in cracking circumstances.
The present will function CCTV footage of offences in addition to reconstructions of main crimes.
Made by Uncommon TV and Inexperienced Inc, the primary present can be broadcast on BBC One at 10.35pm.
In the meantime, comic and presenter Patrick Kielty is to host a documentary on the way forward for Northern Eire in its centenary 12 months.
The Co Down-born presenter will take a look at loyalist protests across the Northern Eire Protocol and why some worry a return to battle, 20 years after the Good Friday Settlement.
Kielty’s father Jack (45), a constructing contractor, was killed by the UVF at his workplace within the village of Dundrum in 1988.
Three loyalists have been later convicted of the sectarian homicide. They have been launched below the Good Friday Settlement.
The non-public movie will see Kielty give attention to the era born after the Troubles.
He’ll try to know what’s driving unrest in loyalist communities.
He will even discover the potential for a united Eire.
The movie is made by Dragonfly and produced in partnership with The Open College for BBC.
It’ll air on BBC One on Thursday, September 16.
In 2018, Kielty hosted a BBC documentary, ‘My Dad, the Peace Deal and Me’, about his father’s homicide and the Good Friday Settlement.