THE world's biggest youth film festival returns to Northern Ireland next month, with hundreds of free tickets up for grabs, as well as a number of special events giving a behind-the-scenes insight into the world of the silver screen.
So, how's that fat goose coming and have you been saving up those pennies for the old man's hat? With Halloween just days away, you may not be surprised to learn that excitement in the McConville household has reached fever-pitch amid plans to dress up as Count Dracula and a Demon Fairy and go trick-or-treating and get lots and lots of sweets I can't complain really, it is a children's celebration after all.
NATIONAL Museums NI is getting ready to celebrate Halloween with a spooky season of festivities taking place at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum from October 25-3 , and the Ulster American Folk Park from October 29-31.
WHEN Blue Peter first aired in 1958, no one could have predicted it would still be going 60 years later: today, the world's longest running children's show will celebrate this historic birthday with a one-hour live special on CBBC.