An interview with Denis, who has lived in Craigavon since the early 1970s.
An interview with Dian, who moved to Craigavon in the 1970s with her young family. She stayed through tough times, and, since the 1990s, has been involved in projects to regenerate the area.
Dr Wesley Johnston discusses the planning of Craigavon's roads and transport infrastructure.
An interview with Jack - a farmer who has worked the land around Craigavon. In this series, he talks about the rural history of the area, and his experience of being displaced when the new town of Craigavon was being built in the 1960s.
Craigavon consists of 34 neighbourhoods, each with its own distinctive entrance design.
Peter Hutchinson is a multi-award winning Chartered Landscape Architect, Chartered Designer, product designer, illustrator and artist based in Belfast. From 1972-1974, Peter worked as Landscape Architectural Assistant at Craigavon Development Commission. Following a post graduate education at Edinburgh University he worked as a Landscape Architect in Vancouver BC later returning to DOE Planning Service Landscape Section before moving into private practice. He is currently co-chair of the Landscape Institute Northern Ireland. Rebekah McCabe interviewed Peter Hutchinson in Belfast on Friday 6 March 2015.
Photographs of the different Black Paths running through Brownlow.
Photographs of some of the Craigavon bridges separating road and pedestrian movement.
Daffodils grow in abundance around the Brownlow estate in Craigavon.
Brownlow Craigavon - the new community reveals the development plan for the Brownlow Township.