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2 THURSDAY September 29 1994 TELEVISION AND RADIO CHANNEL FOUR BBC ONE BBC TWO CENTRAL TV 600 BUSINESS BREAKFAST 42320

2 THURSDAY September 29 1994 TELEVISION AND RADIO CHANNEL FOUR BBC ONE BBC TWO CENTRAL TV 600 BUSINESS BREAKFAST 42320

630 The Masterson Inheritance Spoof historical family saga (R) 700 News 705 The Archers 720 Document The secret 1921 truce in Ireland 800 Entente Cordiale Relations between Britain and France Last in series 830 Classic Storylines Peter Kemp explores the
29 September 1994 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
2 Newsdesk: 0244 340151 Classified: 340166 Display: 3 1 0888 Chronicle September 9 1 994 Maimed ex-NCO’s hopes for Ulster

2 Newsdesk: 0244 340151 Classified: 340166 Display: 3 1 0888 Chronicle September 9 1 994 Maimed ex-NCO’s hopes for Ulster

ceasefire will hold 5448F7 by GIL SMITH A FORMER soldier who had his leg blown off by an IRA bomb is hoping the truce in Northern Ireland will prevent others going through the agony he suffered Billy Bell of the Rowens Broughton lost one leg and had the
09 September 1994 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BUS IN CRASH

BUS IN CRASH

tracker dogs Democratic Unionist leader the utterly rejecting the idea of a search of count Rev lan Paisley said a truce united Ireland and threatening based on a British Government civil war. Apo lice spokesm&
30 August 1994 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
'loyalists'

'loyalists'

Miami 29C (84F) Major food producers are angry that their labels and of the upsurge in loyalist will today break the truce Northern Ireland wilt supermarket pad i o r f ei brands. New York 24C (76F) with Sainsbury's Paris 22C (72F) murders in recent weeks
17 May 1994 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
4 Cartridge Newt Tuesday 51994 Britain and the world Surrey punter is Ernie's first millionaire Boston Nngslyrm Cambridge JM THE

4 Cartridge Newt Tuesday 51994 Britain and the world Surrey punter is Ernie's first millionaire Boston Nngslyrm Cambridge JM THE

g troops after renewed fighting around the Serb-besieged Muslim enclave of Gorazde Ulster's jitters on eve of truce ULSTER: Northern Ireland was today nervously waiting the start of three-day IRA ceasefire amid fears that the temporary truce could spark
05 April 1994 - Cambridge Daily News - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
** SUNDAY MIRROR, December 19,1993 PAGE 5 F • N om' • 4 " message f. 0 8 killers WHEN

** SUNDAY MIRROR, December 19,1993 PAGE 5 F • N om' • 4 " message f. 0 8 killers WHEN

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19 December 1993 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Blasts end Xmas truce in Ulster TWO blasts yesterday ended the Christmas truce in Northern Ireland. The coffee-jar bombs were

Blasts end Xmas truce in Ulster TWO blasts yesterday ended the Christmas truce in Northern Ireland. The coffee-jar bombs were

Blasts end Xmas truce in Ulster TWO blasts yesterday ended the Christmas truce in Northern Ireland. The coffee-jar bombs were thrown at the Rosemount police station in Londonderry but there were no reports of injuries.
28 December 1992 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EVENING Escape Classical Dome Year - Every Night In Classical Fitted Bedroom theme bedrooms 864757 (24 hours) for Brochure CITROEN

EVENING Escape Classical Dome Year - Every Night In Classical Fitted Bedroom theme bedrooms 864757 (24 hours) for Brochure CITROEN

carelessness" The truce is over TWO explosions at a police station in Londonderry signalled the end of the IRA Christmas truce in Northern Ireland Two coffee-jar bombs were thrown at the station half an hour after the end of the 72-1 hour truce Crash kills two
28 December 1992 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
6 MONDAY December 28 1992 The Birmingham Post NATIONAL ‘NEWS DIGEST Aijning for a hole lot less trouble New rules

6 MONDAY December 28 1992 The Birmingham Post NATIONAL ‘NEWS DIGEST Aijning for a hole lot less trouble New rules

severing his left thigh wi(h a chainsaw yesterday Terror truce ends Two blasts early yesterday ended the Christmas truce in Northern Ireland Coffcc-jar bombs were thrown at a police station in Londonderry but there were no reports of injuries Airport death
28 December 1992 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
hoaxer causes chaos

hoaxer causes chaos

THE IRA has declared a Christmas truce in Northern Ireland on the same day that a bon caller caused chaos in ' iii •—»*«-* AgtAMi inree ifi*ini«nu ciitcs wiin bomb threats. Security chiefs had been expecting nan to ine violence and
24 December 1992 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland