Peter McNiff's Stories from a Small Town
Stories from a Small Town
Wonderful stories of life told to the author by 25 elders of small Victorian town on Ireland's East Coast: among them, a parlour-maid, plumber, fireman; carpenter, garage owner, and judge who started life in his grandfather's grocery shop; a farmer who delivered milk (with a horse that knew where the customers lived); and a World War Two veteran shot down in flames over Germany lives to tell the tale. What emerges is the universal story of small town life.
Ted Veal's War & Peace
Ted Veal belongs to the realm of unforgettable characters, now in his nineties and living Wicklow, Ireland having survived the Second World War. Flight-Lt Veal survived many perilous journeys as a navigator on a Baltimore bomber, and was the sole survivor when its engines failed over the Abruzzi, Italy. TED VEAL'S WAR AND PEACE is a documented story of his life as told to Peter McNiff.
Small Town Parade
A pictorial portrait of Greystones, County Wicklow, captured on camera at a small town on Ireland's East Coast, on St Patrick's Day at the annual parade through the town in 2009.
Small Town Reporters
In this pictorial essay the author meets with three of his former colleagues from their newspaper days in Dublin, who went on to better things. Liam Kelly became a journalist with the Daily Express, and Mirror; George Devlin, medical correspondent at RTE, and Sean Duignan, RTE political correspondent, later, Press Secretary to Taoiseach Albert Reynolds during the Northern Ireland Peace Process; and the author who ,