Social & Cultural
Posted the 21 April, 2013 | 0 Comments
Faithful hold a vigil on Monday evening outside Buenos Aires cathedral for the Pope whose Papal Assumption mass will take place the next morning in Rome.
Posted the 12 March, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Posted the 31 December, 2012 | 0 Comments
While people around the world pondered the Mayan doomsday prophecy, sun worshippers flocked to Ireland’s Newgrange monument on December 21st to celebrate the dawn of a new solar millennium. I was the only international media person permitted to film inside the monument at the moment of the solstice. The story for the Associated Press Television went out around the world for example in the above through Arabic media and in the UK with MSN
Posted the 9 October, 2012 | 0 Comments
An Argentinian city has set up a new monitoring programme that lets parents watch what their teenage kids are up to when out on the town….
My report as part of AP’s coverage from Buenos Aires went out around the world including this short edit on EURONEWS
Posted the 18 September, 2011 | Comments Off
Alongside a busy highway in Buenos Aires, this amateur team of rugby players show all the professionalism of their sporting heroes.
They are the “Botines Solidarios”, meaning ‘solidarity through boots’.
The players come from one of the worst shanty towns in South America, known as Villa 31, and rugby has brought them a new sense of pride.
In Argentina, home of football greats like Maradona, rugby comes distant second to the nation’s passion…Read More >>
HUFFINGTON POST RUN OF MY VIDEO ON THE AFTERMATH OF THE DEVASTATING TRAIN CRASH IN BUENOS AIRES VIA AP
Posted the 14 September, 2011 | 0 Comments
My video coverage of the aftermath of a devastating crash between a bus and a train in which 11 people very killed and over 200 injured on September 13th. The images went out around the world including this piece by the Huffington Post Text by my colleague Mike Warren
Posted the 2 June, 2011 | 1 Comment
Leading Guardian Travel today: a sleepy fishing village in north-east Brazil has become a hotspot for kitesurfing. Paul Byrne meets a local champion and discovers how the world’s fastest growing water sport is giving his community a new lease of life
Posted the 25 May, 2011 | 0 Comments
My video news report on how equine therapy in Argentina is becoming a popular alternative for treating illnesses like Asperger’s syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy. The story is currently being broadcast through the Associated Press Television’s features bulletin and has already gone out on several channels around the world including this broadcast on NTN24News Will keep you updated over the next few weeks on its continued broadcasts and print publications.
Posted the 23 February, 2011 | 2 Comments