People of the Troubles: John Hume
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John Hume was one of the most important individuals throughout the Troubles. He spent decades of his life campaigning for a civil solution to the never ending violence in Northern Ireland and helped to navigate the path to peace, earning himself a Nobel Peace prize along the way. He passed away on August 3rd 2020 and this episode is being recorded shortly after his death, as people all over the world have come together to celebrate his life. 


John Hume: A lesser-known life of fish, finance and football

BBC Documentary on John Hume

Tributes to John Hume - a “champion of peace” in Northern Ireland - BBC News

John Hume | Northern Ireland | Politics | SDLP - 1971

John Hume - Ireland's Greatest (RTÉ Documentary)

Spotlight On The Troubles: A Secret History: Episode 1

John Hume in Strasbourg

Article About Hume in Later Life

John Hume: 'A father of the peace process and one of Derry's greatest sons'

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