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Whether you’re head over heels for your partner, bursting with love for your childhood sweetheart or have experienced love at first sight, a brand-new documentary called 'Northern Irish Love Stories’ wants to showcase some of the greatest love stories from the past 60 years… and we want to hear yours!

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Following the success of ‘A Northern Irish Christmas’, ‘Northern Irish Holidays’, and ‘Northern Irish Weddings’, Belfast-based television production company Afro-Mic Productions is making a brand-new documentary for BBC Northern Ireland, celebrating love in all its forms. The one-hour documentary will be looking back through special memories with loved ones and featuring some of the greatest love stories from the past or present.  

This heartfelt show also wants to explore how dating has changed over the years and welcomes all types of romantic love stories - ranging from first loves, long-distance loves, or meeting ‘the one’ via a dating app.   

We are looking to bring the show to life with personal video footage and photographs so if you have a story to share with the footage or photos to illustrate it, we want you to get in touch.  

Managing Director of Afro-Mic Productions, Emma Rosa-Dias said: “We couldn’t make these shows without the wonderful people who take part by sharing their memories, so it’s fab when we hear their feedback about how enjoyable an experience it is to take a trip down memory lane. I think that’s something we can all relate to!”

Contributors’ safety is essential, which is why filming is done in the comfort of the contributors’ own homes through a contactless filming process abiding by strict, covid safe filming regulations. 

To share your old or new love story, or to suggest someone who might be well suited to apply, please contact lovestories@afromicproductions.com or call us on 07709104943.  

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