Track 1: Growing up in Limerick city in the 1930s and 1940s, joining the Spiritans in 1955, and ordination in 1963. First appointment to Nigeria in 1964. Track 2: The first displaced people he encountered. His time with Caritas International who were financially supporting the operation in Biafra. Track 3: The formation of Concern, from its conception in 1968. His short time at home in Rockwell College. Track 4: Appointment to Bangladesh January 1973 and Ethiopia in June 1974 with Concern, and playing a major role with them over four decades. He gives a description of the work of Concern during that time. Track 5: Setting up a programme in Ethiopia to resettle thousands of displaced people. Track 6: Witnessing the genocide in Rwanda, and meeting President Mary Robinson when she visited Somalia.