Irish Ways was a Documentary directed by a French directer and Historical annalist called Arthur Mac Caig. The Documentary's commentary is done by a Scottish woman called Anne Taylor. This Documentary was first shown in French in France in 1989 (although it was finished in 1988) looking at the Irish Troubles during that time frame. It is internationally credited and was believed to be the one of the Best Documentaries Arthur Mac Caig directed (at the time) but later in the 1990's it would be beaten by his other Documentary - 'War and Peace in Ireland' made in 1997. Arthur Mac Caig passed away in Belfast in 2008 at aged 60 leaving behind him a dozen documentaries including documentaries about the IRA and the Irish Troubles, ETA and Basque Resistance and the Black Panthers in America.