Surfers of all shapes and sizes are finding a welcoming environment in the cold waters off Ireland’s west coast. Bellevue College students, Miranda Johnson and Jesse DeFelice report on the rise of the surprising surfing mecca of Bundoran, Ireland.
Palestinian and Israeli flags fly over the city of Derry in Northern Ireland. For centuries the city has been a center of tensions between Loyalists who support continued union with Great Britain and Republicans who want a united Irish Republic. Dr. Patrick Fitzgerald is an Irish historian. He says both sides fly these flags as a way to link their political struggle to the wider world.
David Shuer has the story.
Produced with Steve Scher