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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.
Inside Business
Weekly commentary and analysis on business and the economy in Northern Ireland.
Stories in Sound
Radio Ulster brings together some of the best radio documentaries from UK and Irish broadcasters
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.
Pick Of The Week
Highlights and favourite moments from the past week of programmes on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle.
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.
Vinny hosts a lively, late-night magazine show with discussion, topical features and guests. Feisty talk radio - without the politics
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Gerry welcomes Bluegrass & Folk Artist - Mean Mary all the way from Nashville, plus Jennifer Barry & Gerard McCabe talk Young Offenders, Derry Girls and 'Girls & Dolls'.
David Maxwell hosts the Gardeners' Corner phone-in programme. He's joined in studio by Barbara Pilcher and Neil Porteous. Lines are open on Saturday morning and number to call is 03030 805555 or text 81771 - standard network charges apply. David also meets up with Kenny Bacon at his garden in Ballymoney ahead of the local gardening club's 90th ...…
Coming to the end of the summer holiday season, On Your Behalf is tackling travel issues. From luggage to insurance, what to do when things go wrong. With advice from Doreen McKenzie of ABTA NI, Paul Hatty – BIBA and the Consumer Council's Sinéad Dynan.
Wake The Giant festival brings a 36 foot Finn McCool across Carlingford Lough, the community digs to find the old Downpatrick abbey and opera singer Carolyn Dobbin in Portstewart
Life-long fan Trevor Smyth and professional racer Ryan Farquhar discuss differing views.
Traffic madness in east Belfast. New Glider bus lanes are being phased into the Titanic Quarter and motorists aren't happy. The new traffic system is causing big problems for rush hour commuters. And get this, even Metro buses have been unable to get through the traffic chaos.Also, broadcaster and music historian Paul Gambaccini pays tribute to ...…
Rigsy has highlights from the past week on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle.
How far would you go for eternal youth? Scientists have found the gene responsible for wrinkles and hair loss and will soon be able to block it. So if you could stop yourself ageing, would you? Or shouldn't we all just be growing old gracefully - or disgracefully for that matter? AND living alone. Is it really something to be feared?Liz Kennedy ...…
A bonfire bearing the names of murdered policemen has been described as a hate crime
Names of murdered police and prison officers have been placed on a bonfire in Londonderry. Poppy wreaths were also put on the bonfire, which was built on waste ground in the city's Bogside - and burnt last night.
Power NI is putting prices up 14% in a move that will cost households on average £68/year
Pro-Vice-Chancellor & Professor of Politics at the Ulster University
The Former Police Ombudsman Baroness Nuala O'Loan has said it's now her firm belief that the car bomb in Omagh that exploded twenty years ago today could have been prevented. Her 2001 report into the bombing was critical of the police operation. Twenty-nine people as well as unborn twins were killed. Hundreds were injured. PSNI Chief Constable ...…
Featuring a live track from ROE, and sessions from Rosborough and Joshua Burnside.
£50m office development gets the go ahead at former Sirocco site+ Homebase store closures
The French Revolution in Ballymoney, a story of love and tug of war, and seeing sharks.
Historian Ruth Dudley-Edwards and former Corbyn advisor Steve Howell discuss.
The number of alcohol related deaths here is at a record high according to figures obtained by BBC News NI. Between 2001 and 2016, more than 3,500 deaths in Northern Ireland were attributed to alcohol - that's more than four-a-week on average. Stephen spoke to GP Dr George O'Neill who is chair of Addiction NI, Eamon Foley from Strabane was a ho ...…
Unemployment figures out today+ Mike Ashley to keep 80% of House of Fraser stores open
We hear from Alastair Campbell and Conservative MP Maria Caulfield.
Last night was the closing of the Feile Festival where the Wolfe Tones played to an estimated 10,000 people on what was the 30th anniversary of the West Belfast Festival. But with chants of 'oh ah up the RA' and IRA flags is this really an all-inclusive event?
Private sector activity picked up last month but confidence lowest in UK+15 software jobs
Are we losing the fight against global warming?
Gerry Kelly chats to one of the greatest musicians of our time - Gilbert O'Sullivan about the craft of song writing & music producer Ethan Johns, talks about his latest album.
With grilled and creamed corn and smoked chilli oil
When cold calls won't stop coming... how the Telephone Preference Service might help. Jimmy Hughes is in the studio answering queries on vouchers, phone returns and more. Also, Heather Monteverdi of Macmillan Cancer is talks about the latest campaign, Move More.
In this week's Gardeners' Corner Helen Mark presents a special gardening programme from Mountstewart where Radio Four's Gardeners' Question Time team have joined local gardening experts for a garden party for everyone. Lots of gardening advice and great ideas - that's Gardeners' Corner this Saturday morning just after the 9 o'clock news on BBC ...…
The warrener catching rabbits in Magilligan, turnstones and pied wags at Portstewart and the Festival Of Flight in Newcastle.
CAJ Deputy Director Daniel Holder discusses the Counter-Terrorism & Border Security Bill
We hear many stories about mental health and addiction but how easy is it to get the help that you need? James is a 27 year old former Royal Marine Commando from Northern Ireland who fought in Afghanistan. After he left the army he suffered PTSD, mental health and addiction problems even spending time in prison. Now he is trying to get his life ...…
As well as cheap love and falling off a cliff, we talk about planning ahead to our deaths. Have you set out what you want to happen when you die? Written your will? Or is that far too Taboo? Liz Kennedy and Adrianne Peltz join Vinny in studio.
Nearly two months ago the Department of Health announced a review into the failings of Dunmurry Manor care home. We can reveal that the terms of reference of that review have yet to be set.
Homebase closure plan, confidence in NI house market highest in UK+ pound hit by Brexit
Debate with Brendan O'Neill from Spiked Online and Conservative peer Lord Sheikh.
What happens when a citizen tries to defend their reputation against powerful public bodies? A local man tells how he's fighting the might of the NI Public Services Ombudsman.
Rigsy and Stu share new music from Hand Models, Oisin O Scolai and Boy From Mars.
Devenish opens in Meath with €40m investment+NIFDA warns no deal Brexit could hit trade
BBC presenter David Maxwell joins Vinny for 'When I Was 25' to talk about his childhood, uni, faith, ambitions and a huge turning point in his life
Gardeners' Corner presenter David Maxwell tells Vinny the story of the life-changing heart surgery he had in 2014.
NI top firms saw profits rise 80% last year, Business Secretary in NI + Translink results
House of Fraser settle landlord deal+Bombardier boss tells PA stockpiling could cost £30m
How can churches attract people to work in ministry. Also, Keith Getty on music and faith
Linda has highlights from the past week on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle.
Gerry Kelly chats to Max George on his new solo career & Steve Ellis on his latest album.
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