Over on the Falls Road, Catholics Peter Fusco, Martin Blake and their families speak to Kevin O'Kelly.

They discuss religious differences, the split in the Unionist Party and Protestant neighbours and co-workers. One of the men demonstrated his openness to other religions when he said that he didn’t care what religion his co-workers had, stating “I don’t give a hoot if he is a Muslim. He can work away with me. I am quite happy to know him and be friends with him”.

They also talk about the disadvantages of a thirty two county Ireland and the influence of the Catholic Church on politics. The topics covered are similar to the discussion that took place on the Shankill Road between O’Kelly and a Protestant family.