WATCH: book launch of Padraig O’Malley’s Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland #ImagineBelfast

Slugger live-streamed the book launch of Professor Padraig O’Malley latest work – Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland – part of the Imagine! Festival of Ideas and Politics.

As part of the event, Belfast Telegraph journalist Sam McBride talked to O’Malley about his fourth book on the politics of Northern Ireland, with nearly 100 interviews with leaders and commentators reflecting on the social, economic, and political changes afoot in both parts of the island.

You can stuill watch it back on Slugger’s YouTube Channel (or below).

YouTube video

Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland is published by Lilliput Press , available locally (at a discounted price) in No Alibis Bookshop and online.

PHOTOS

Antony FARRELL (The Lilliput Press). Book launch event, Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland. Linen Hall Library, Belfast, Northern Ireland. © Allan LEONARD @MrUlster
Sam McBRIDE interviews Padraig O’MALLEY. Book launch event, Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland. Linen Hall Library, Belfast, Northern Ireland. © Allan LEONARD @MrUlster
Padraig O’MALLEY. Book launch event, Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland. Linen Hall Library, Belfast, Northern Ireland. © Allan LEONARD @MrUlster
Bronagh HINDS. Book launch event, Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland. Linen Hall Library, Belfast, Northern Ireland. © Allan LEONARD @MrUlster
Robert McCARTNEY. Book launch event, Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland. Linen Hall Library, Belfast, Northern Ireland. © Allan LEONARD @MrUlster
Padraig O’MALLEY signing book. Book launch event, Perils and Prospects of a United Ireland. Linen Hall Library, Belfast, Northern Ireland. © Allan LEONARD @MrUlster

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