Robinson with wife Iris on the day he became First Minister
Peter Robinson with his wife Iris in 2009
Peter and Iris Robinson wait to greet Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Irish President Mary McAleese at a State dinner in Dublin Castle
Queen Elizabeth II (R) greets Iris Robinson, the wife of Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson with Irish President Mary McAleese (C) at the State Banquet in Dublin Castle on May 18, 2011 i
Iris Robinson's affair with Kirk McCambley is to feature in a American television documentary.
The story, which rocked Northern Ireland politics, is to feature in a six-part documentary series provisionally titled 'Original Sin' on the National Geographic Channel, the Sunday World reported.
In 2010 it was revealed that serving MP and MLA was involved in a relationship with the then 19-year-old Kirk McCambley.
It was also revealed that she had procured £50,000 in loans to finance his business, the Lock Keeper's Inn on the banks of the Lagan in south Belfast.
He has since left the country and is believed to be living in Australia. The Lock Keeper's inn has since come under new management.
In 2009 Mrs Robinson announced she was leaving politics due to mental health issues.
In a 2014 report, the Assembly's Committee on Standards and Privileges found she committed a "serious breach" of the Assembly's code of conduct.
More: Iris Robinson damned by report: Guilty of serious breach of Assembly code
The US-made Original Sin: How Sex Changed The World is set to begin screening internationally on the National Geographic Channel next month.
Peter Robinson pictured with his wife Iris after his release from Crumlin Road Prison where he spent four days in jail for his non payment of road tax in opposition to the Anglo-irish Agreement Sept 1987
DUP MPs Iris and Peter Robinson are one of the best-known couples in Ulster politics. Here, in extracts from a brilliant new biography, Iris: An Intimate Portrait, the mother-of-three reveals how the death of her father when she was just five years old plunged the family into greater hardship - and the amazing discovery she made about her father years later. When Iris and Peter opted to spend their honeymoon in Majorca
Peter Robinson of the DUP pictured in the Israeli Border Area with AK47 rifles while on a fact finding mission to the Middle East. Pacemaker Press Intl. Dec. 1984
Enthronement of Archbishop John Armstrong at Armagh. Peter Robinson arrested outside Cathedral for trying to break through a police cordon. Robinson, Ian Paisley and Jonhy McQuade as well as DUP supporters were arrested. They were held in custody for just one hour. Paisley etc. were there to protest at the presence of Premier Charles Haughey from the south who they claimed was willingly harbouring wanted terrorists. Pacemaker Press Intl. 7th May 1980.....316/80/BW
Ian Paisley and Peter Robinson are taken away by police in Armagh after protesting a vist by Charles Haughey in 1980
rev Ian paisley leader of dup/ ralley at stormont peter robinson and ian paisley who addressed the crowd at stormont 23/11/1981
Peter Robinson (second from left) and Noel Little (right) at an Ulster Resistance rally in 1986
Ian Paisley with Peter Robinson
Robinson in the 1980s
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), REV. IAN PAISLEY SPEAKING AT A PRESS CONFERENCE AT STORMONT. INCLUDED (FROM LEFT) REV. IVAN FOSTER, PETER ROBINSON, JIN ALLISTER AND REV WILLIAM BEATTIE. 20/9/1984.
First Ministers Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness greet Rory McIlroy at Stormont yesterday
DUP leader Peter Robinson with his wife Iris Robinson pictured at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, April 18 2008
MP Peter Robinson of the DUP speaking to Belfast Telegraph reporter Chris Thornton yesterday
File photo dated 01/10/08 Northern Ireland's new First Minister Peter Robinson and his wife Iris kiss behind his desk after he was nominated as First Minister in the Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast. Robinson and his wife Iris munched their way through 30,000 of food claimed for in their MPs' expenses over a four year period, according to the Daily Telegraph. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday May 15, 2009. MPs are allowed to claim up to 400 a month for food. See PA story POLITICS Expenses Ulster. Photo credit should read: PA/PA Wire
Northern Ireland's new First Minister Peter Robinson celebrates with his wife Iris at his desk at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Northern Ireland, Thursday, June 5, 2008. The Northern Ireland Assembly has elected Protestant politician Peter Robinson to be the new leader of a power-sharing government alongside Catholics. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)
Democratic Unionist Party leader Peter Robinson, center, Nigel Donaldson deputy leader, left, and Iris Robinson react to delegates at the annual party conference, in Armagh Northern Ireland, Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008. The DUP leader was speaking at his first conference as party leader and Northern Ireland First Minister. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)
Sinn Fein Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, left and First Minister Peter Robinson, centre, greet US President George Bush, right, to the Stormont Castle in Belfast on the second day of the President's official visit to the UK. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday June 16, 2008. US president George Bush arrived in Northern Ireland today to meet the politicians heading its power-sharing government.
Democratic Unionist First Minister Peter Robinson and Sinn Fein Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness will welcome the president and the First Lady at Stormont Castle in Belfast. See PA story POLITICS Bush. Photo credit should read: Stephen Wilson/PA Wire
PACEMAKER, BELFAST, 9/5/2001: Ian Paisley and Peter Robinson at the launch of the DUP election Campaign Picture By Stephen Wilson/Pacemaker
Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness are all smiles as they talk to Europe team captain Paul McGinley during the Morning Fourballs of the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
From left, William McCrea, Ivan Foster, Jim Allister, Ian Paisley and Peter Robinson
Martin McGuinness and Peter Robinson
Former DUP MP and MLA Iris Robinson at Stormont with her husband, First Minister Peter Robinson
DUP leader Peter Robinson congratulates Alliance’s Naomi Long after her victory in 2010
Peter Robinson being held in Clontibret, Monaghan
Queen Elizabeth II shaking hands with Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness
DUP leader Peter Robinson says the BBC has offered nothing new
Peter Robinson at Dundalk Court in August 1986 after the invasion at Clontibret
Ian Paisley announcing in 2008 that his replacement as DUP party leader will be Peter Robinson with Nigel Dodds being his deputy. Pic Colm Lenaghan / Pacemaker
Gerry Adams eats the cake he baked for Peter Robinson's 65th birthday
Canvassing together: Ian Paisley (centre), leader of the Democratic Unionists with deputy Peter Robinson (left) and his wife Iris Robinson as they embark on the election campaign in Carrickfergus, Co Antrim, Monday April 25, 2005.
President Barack Obama is flanked by Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness at the White House’s St Patrick’s celebrations in 2013
Martin McGuinness (right) claimed he and Peter Robinson were both behind the project
PACEMAKER PRESS INTL. BELFAST. End of the Carson Trial Phase 11. Stormont Rally. Ian Paisley, Peter Robinson. 28/3/81.
Sunday Life News Ian Paisley Death Pull Out
DUP leader Ian Paisley with MPs Peter Robinson and William McCrea launching their election campaign in 1996
United stand: Peter Robinson and Gerry Adams at the funeral of Constable Ronan Kerr.
The Sunningdale talks of 1973
Prime Minister David Cameron (centre) talks as Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness (left) and Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson (right) listen during a press conference in the garden of 10 Downing Street in central London.
The weekly programme examining "the sexual revolution of the past half-century and how it has impacted culture, science, and politics around the world" has been made by producers World of Wonder.
The relationship between the wife of former First Minister Peter Robinson and their 19-year-old family friend will be covered by an episode dedicated to sex scandals.
Producer Adam Hyman told The Sunday World: "It's a new six-episode mini-series for National Geographic Television tentatively entitled Original Sin that will track the evolution of sexuality from the sexual revolution to today.
"Leading scholars, influencers and luminaries in the field of sex, gender, politics, law, health and media will share insights on where we are, how we got here and where we are going.
"This episode is on sex scandals, internationally, and we are discussing the Iris Robinson case. We are also discussing Clinton-Lewinsky and some other Americans, differing views on political morality and hypocrisy in different countries."
The first episode will screen on July 10.
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