Jamie-Lee O''Donnell will direct a new documentary on Channel 4, which will give viewers a more sweeping look at Northern Ireland''s second largest city.
Channel 4''s will explore her involvement in the Catholic community, how things have changed since then, where we''ll meet students from Jamie-Lee''s old school and learn more about living in Derry.
The film, which will air 50 years on from Bloody Sunday, will also discuss how the city''s future might be, focusing particularly on the younger generation who still suffer from the problems.
Daniel Fromm, the channel 4s commissioning editor for popular factual, said: "I''m very excited to be working with Tyrone Productions on their first channel 4 training, as well as Jamie-Lee in a brand new role for her."
"has brought the city to national prominence," says a new generation of young people, which can now tell us what it''s like to grow there in 2022."
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Patricia Carroll, a co-executive producer of Tyrone Productions, said that "We are delighted to be working with Channel 4 and Jamie-Lee ODonnell on this very personal documentary at an all-time significant moment in the citys story."
"Fercely proud of her hometown, Jamie-Lee is the perfect person to explore Derrys past and share her hopes for its future, and we know that Channel 4 users will be both entertained and intrigued by what she discovers."
We haven''t yet had a release date, but we''ll let you know as soon as we have further updates about the future factual programme.
Lisa McGee''s hugely successful role played Michelle Mallon, where Jamie-Lee O''Donnell quickly became a fan favorite as the no-nonsense, opinionated, and rebellious character.
With season 3 coming to an end this month, Nicola Coughlan, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Dylan Llewellyn, and Louisa Harland star in the group.
All 4 will air on Channel 4 on-demand.