Keep It A Secret
Keep It A Secret | Irish Surfing Pioneers
Meet Ireland's pioneers of surf - from Kevin Cavey and Harry & Vivienne Evans to Davy Govan and the Britton brothers. The Dublin and Belfast crews shared a love of surfing but disagreed when it came to nurturing the sport: the Dubliners wanted to make it mainstream but for the surfers of Belfast, it was a lifestyle counter to Northern Irish society.
Surfing pioneer Kevin Naughton recounts the first time he discovered Ireland's waves.
The beginnings of The Troubles conflict in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Filmmaker Sean Duggan reveals who and what influenced him to make the documentary.
In 1972, Ireland was the host of the Eurosurf Championship in the midst of The Troubles.