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Published on Jan 18, 2015
Murals have been painted in Northern Ireland for over 100 years. In this documentary, leading murals historian Bill Rolston explains how they adapt to a changing political climate and the changing attitudes of republican and loyalist communities. William Jackson, grandson of one of the first muralists, discusses the sense of identity that murals instill in communities. Others look at murals as a tool for conflict transformation. Jeanette Warke, manager of a youth centre in Derry~Londonderry, describes how they can have a positive impact on younger generations.