Siobhán McSweeney, who plays ‘Sister Michael’ in Channel 4's popular comedy show, ‘Derry Girls’, is to explore the Fermanagh Lakelands as part of a new travel series. Prior to filming Derry Girls, Siobhán had never set foot in Northern Ireland. After falling in love with the landscape, she now wants to explore more of the lakes, mountains, coastline and forests for a new four-part series for More 4 from Belfast-based Waddell Media. 'Exploring Northern Ireland with Siobhán McSweeney' is supported by Tourism Ireland and Tourism Northern Ireland. Siobhán says: “If the last year has taught me anything, it’s that life’s too short to sit indoors. “As a keen walker, I’ll be lacing up my walking boots to spend some much-needed time hiking, kayaking and wild camping in this wonderful corner of the world.” Across four episodes, Siobhán will visit places such as Strangford Lough, the Mourne Mountains, the Fermanagh Lakelands, the Sperrins, and the rugged Causeway Coast as she learns more about these rural landscapes, historic homes and the fascinating people who live and work there. Jannine Waddell, Managing Director, Waddell Media, says: “Viewers are in for a real treat as Siobhán immerses herself well and truly into Northern Ireland’s great outdoors. “She’s not afraid to try her hand at some weird and wacky activities as she travels across Ulster on her electric bike, giving us a unique insight into the people she meets on her journey as well as taking in the stunning scenery on offer.” Commissioned by commissioning editor, Deborah Dunnett, ‘Exploring Northern Ireland with Siobhán McSweeney’ is executive-produced by Jannine Waddell, with the series produced and directed by Ewen Thomson and produced by Sarah Reddin.