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Have a look at the ad for our Ulster Covenant documentary (this Thursday 9pm BBC 1 NI)
Kelvin's name in pride position on the front gates of Glasgow University. They really should have Francis Hutcheson too
Kelvin statue, Kelvingrove.
Pearce Lodge. Glasgow University. Not in its original location; it was moved to this site in University Avenue in 1887.
Here's my haggis, with neeps and tatties.
@m1mcknight recognise him?
Prepping for talkback while the new Good Morning Ulster team do a photoshoot.
Buzz Aldrin took this picture of Neil Armstrong from the lunar module
Emeli sings Olympic song. The crowd swoons.
Emile Sandé on stage now
Sunset at Carrick-a-Rede island. Where we've just filmed our final piece to camera for episode 1 of the series.
I've been sent this fun picture of yours truly with Keith Jeffery, official historian of MI6
This is my view from the green room couch ... Nothing intimidating about that at all.
Filming at the New York courthouse. This is also where 12 Angry Men was set. The last scene was filmed in those steps.
Damn. I asked for a red van with a white stripe on the sides.
The crew are sorting out our rental camera gear at the production house in Boston while I drink diet Pepsi and surf.
Now filming this: the Regium Donum, first awarded to Presbyterian clergy in 1673 by Charles II to secure their loyalty.
This terrific picture of our filming this afternoon was taken by our sound guy Michael McKnight.
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