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Resident chef Paula McIntyre brings you a weekly recipe in a handy digestible ten minute download. From BBC Radio Ulster.
Gardeners' Corner
David Maxwell and the experts visit gardens, talk to gardeners and offer topical advice
Best of Nolan
Stephen Nolan's no nonsense approach to confronting the biggest issues of the day: an unmissable mixture of news, phone ins and entertainment. From BBC Radio Ulster
Everyday Ethics
Provocative weekly debate on moral, religious and ethical issues. From BBC Radio Ulster
Highlights from Talkback. William Crawley and guests discuss the news headlines, chat to the people making them and ask you, the audience, what you think? From BBC Radio Ulster
The best new music from Northern Ireland. With a gig guide, profiles on the hot new acts, exclusive tracks and festival specials. From BBC Radio Ulster.
Stories in Sound
Radio Ulster brings together some of the best radio documentaries from UK and Irish broadcasters
Inside Business
Weekly commentary and analysis on business and the economy in Northern Ireland.
The Hole in the Wall Gang are on air with a brand new sketch show, delivering their hilarious verdict on the politicians and current events in Northern Ireland
NI Business News
An essential digest of daily business news from around Nothern Ireland.
On Your Behalf
Linda McAuley champions the cause of consumers in Northern Ireland, from welfare rights to health education and the law
The people, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique, presented by Anne Marie McAleese.
Gerry Kelly is Ireland's most respected interviewer and talk show host. This is a collection of his best BBC Radio Ulster interviews from his current home at The Gerry Kelly Show.
Pick Of The Week
Highlights and favourite moments from the past week of programmes on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle.
Vinny hosts a lively, late-night magazine show with discussion, topical features and guests. Feisty talk radio - without the politics
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How life as a Christian minister can lead to some unlikely friendships
Gerry chats to Sir Michael Parkinson about George Best, Dan Snow discusses his love of history and Maria Doyle Kennedy performs live in session
Our consumer guru Jimmy Hughes is in studio to set the world to rights, including the credit note that can't be used in a sale, the curtains that don't quite reach the floor and the stove that needs to be repaired on a regular basis. Shaun contacted the show after trying to locate contributions that were taken directly from his wages over a yea ...…
This week, David Maxwell visits a garden for all seasons near Magherafelt which also has its own mini zoo. He heads to Islandmagee where Cherry Townsend is foraging in the garden for plant material that can be dried and used in long lasting autumnal floral displays. Also in the programme, Ann Fitzsimmons pays David a visit to see how his pond i ...…
James McCullough is bringing blacksmithing to the next generation at Moneypenny Lock.
But the DUP say they're wrong and the deal will be the end of the “precious union”
Today we had a special edition of Talkback as the PM faced scrutiny in the Commons..
What's in it and is it good or bad for Northern Ireland?
Are we heading towards another general election? Is it game-on for another referendum?
And tracks from Winter Wife and Sam Wickens.
What is best for NI? Is this deal better than no deal?
And tracks from Blue Americans and The Dreads.
We talk a 69- year- Old Dutch businessman who's wants to change his age legally to 49.
A UK firm offering the implants, says it's already fitted 150 of them.
Alternative health treatments that have no medical evidence to back up their claims. Are they a complete waste of your time and money or could we all look like Gwyneth Paltrow if we took her advice? And what about the grown up kids who won't leave home. Should you kick them out or at least charge them rent. Vinny is joined by Nicola Weir and Re ...…
Remember that Northern Bank - you know the one - now Danske of course. It's beside Belfast City Hall on the corner of Donegall Square and Howard Street and in the last few months the ground floor has been transformed from a banking hall into a trendy, techy space, full of bright coloured furniture and young entrepreneurs in black t shirts.Its a ...…
How does the First World War continue to shape our idea of our past, present and future?
Highlights and your favourite moments from the past week of programmes.
Paul Metcalfe channels the music of Rod Stewart, and the Mulligan Brothers play live.
Which worries you more? War or cybercrime? Sir Hugh Orde tells Linda what the biggest security concern is for the people of Northern Ireland. And how to stay safe on line - whether its banking or shopping. Is it safer to shop on the High Street or on line? Are you more likely to be pickpocketed in a town or in a virtual city. Also Linda visits ...…
Stanley McMinn's uncle Edmund is one of those remembered at the Woodland Trust Centenary Wood at Brackfield. He and his wife Roberta tell Helen Mark about their family connection.
David Maxwell presents a special edition of Gardeners’ Corner from the Somme where 15 Gardens of Peace (Jardin de la Paix) are being constructed near sites of the Great War.David visits the Irish peace garden in Peronne designed by Peter Donegan. He’ll meet David Richardson, a Northern Ireland native, who is now Head of Horticulture at the Comm ...…
We look back at WW1 to understand how it changed our world and our society.
When I Was 25 - a reflective look back at our younger years. What advice would you give your younger self?
But is the party bluffing? Will they really pull the rug from under Theresa May’s feet?
The number of women here becoming a mother over the age of 45 has doubled. AndNorthern Ireland's latest batch of pregnancy statistics shows the lowest rate of teenage pregnancies on record. Is that a sign of progress for women's rights or a new social problem in the making? We speak to Hannah Saunders, who had two children in her forties, Lynn ...…
Research says it could prevent almost 6,000 deaths a year and save the NHS £700 million
The body also says there's evidence patients are being placed in solitary confinement.
Five men have been arrested on suspicion of a public order offence in connection with a bonfire party which featured the burning of a cardboard model of Grenfell Tower apartment building in west London where 72 people died last year. Those setting fire to the model are heard laughing and sharing jokes about cardboard cut-out figures in the mode ...…
Paranormal Investigator Mike Hiron talks about his younger years, and a visit from his deceased Grandmother
We ask the question, do you believe Brexit is being used by nationalists as a vehicle for a United Ireland? With discussion from our panel Author, Historian and Irish News Columnist Brian Feeney and Ulster Unionist Councillor Dr Chris McGimpsey along with our callers on the programme.
Also - Mayesha is a 21 year old Muslim from Newtownards. She responds to last week's news
We talk to Alistair Hamilton Chief executive of Invest NI. Appointed 10 years ago, he's one of the highest paid people in the public sector and has a challenging set of targets to meet at a time of local stalemate and global change. We'll look at Invest's priorities,exports, how Brexit might affect FDI, might it make for better support for indi ...…
Highlights and favourite moments from this week on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle
Why is peace in N.I. not celebrated more? Is it because we're still not at peace with ourselves and our neighbours?
Gerry chats to comedian and actor Pat Shortt and country legend Brendan Quinn sings live
The Citizens Advice Bureau will soon be no more. What will this mean for the people who turn to them for advice? Universal Credit gets an extra £1.9 billion, but who are the winners and who are the losers?It's Energy Week next week - so what little changes could you make that won't cost anything but could make big savings?Plus Posting at Christ ...…
Anne Marie visits Alan Brooke at his historic family home in Fermanagh.
In Gardeners' Corner this week winter is nearly here but there's much to enjoy. A visit to a winter garden reveals lots of plants with form and colour, practical gardening jobs now reap the rewards in spring and why spending time in the garden both working and relaxing has such beneficial effects especially when dealing with illness. All the be ...…
We were also joined by DUP MLA Jim Wells to talk about 'Abomination: The DUP in Concert'.
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