The history of Northern Ireland is long, complex and sometimes bloody, but there are now a series of events planned to mark a decade of centenaries.
The period from 1912 to 1922 saw some remarkable - and controversial - events.
To look back at how best to mark the momentous period, The Record Review's Alicia McCarthy spoke to the chair of the Commons Northern Ireland Select Committee, Laurence Robertson, and the Crossbench peers and professor of politics Lord Bew.
Spinning the budget
Managing the budget in the modern world
Chancellor George Osborne's third budget contained few surprises - with a number of leaks in the days leading up to his statement in the Commons.
But in the modern world, just how can you spin a budget?
Branding expert Simon Shulman told The Record Review it is all about managing expectation and building anticipation.
Watch The Record Review on BBC Parliament at 11pm on Friday 23 March, 11am on Sunday 25 March and 9am on Monday 26 March.
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