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The BelTel

Written by: Belfast Telegraph
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  • The BelTel takes you beyond the headlines of the stories people are talking about. This is news like you’ve never heard it before from the best journalists in Northern Ireland.

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Episodes
  • Feb 8 2023
    He’s been dismissed from his teaching post but he keeps showing up at the school gates - violating a court order. Not purging his contempt of court means he faces fines of €700 for every day until he does. So, what next for Enoch Burke and his stand in the name of religion? Presenter Siobhán Maguire is joined by Shane Phelan, Legal Affairs Editor at the Irish Independent.

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    19 mins
  • Feb 6 2023
    There are fears of further violence on Belfast’s Shankill Road after thugs thrashed a well-known bar.  Sources on the Shankill say the attack was ordered by top UDA loyalist, Mo Courtney, in a dispute between criminals over territory.  Ciarán Dunbar is joined by Belfast Telegraph security correspondent, Allison Morris, to find out more.

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    19 mins
  • Feb 3 2023
    Eoin McGonigal was born in Dublin in 1920, a Catholic by religion. At the outbreak of war in 1939, he abandoned his law studies and joined the British Army becoming a commando and later a founder member of the SAS.  Blair ‘Paddy’ Mayne’s best mate – he has been brought back into the public’s attention by the BBC’s SAS: Rogue Hero series.  Who was Eoin McGonigal and his brother Ambrose and what motivated them? Ciarán Dunbar is joined by Belfast Telegraph reporter Andrew Madden. 

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    24 mins

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