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Best of Nolan
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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
 
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Cooking with Paula McIntyre
 
Resident chef Paula McIntyre brings you a weekly recipe in a handy digestible ten minute download. From BBC Radio Ulster.
 
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Gardeners' Corner
Monthly+
 
David Maxwell and the experts visit gardens, talk to gardeners and offer topical advice
 
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Everyday Ethics
Weekly
 
Provocative weekly debate on moral, religious and ethical issues. From BBC Radio Ulster
 
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Talkback
Weekly
 
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
 
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ATL Introducing... New Irish Music
 
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.
 
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A Perforated Ulster
Rare
 
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
 
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NI Business News
Weekly+
 
An essential digest of daily business news from around Nothern Ireland.
 
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On Your Behalf
Weekly
 
Linda McAuley champions the cause of consumers in Northern Ireland, from welfare rights to health education and the law
 
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Inside Business
Weekly
 
Weekly commentary and analysis on business and the economy in Northern Ireland.
 
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Stories in Sound
Monthly+
 
Radio Ulster brings together some of the best radio documentaries from UK and Irish broadcasters
 
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Your Place And Mine
Rare
 
The people, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique, presented by Anne Marie McAleese.
 
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In Conversation With Gerry Kelly
 
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.
 
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Pick Of The Week
Weekly
 
Highlights and favourite moments from the past week of programmes on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle.
 
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Best Of Vinny Hurrell
Monthly
 
Vinny hosts a lively, late-night magazine show with discussion, topical features and guests. Feisty talk radio - without the politics
 
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Cooking with Paula McIntyre
 
Vanilla Baked Yoghurt with Clementines and Dried Cherries
 
How do you spot a scam? Nicola speaks to PSNI Superintendent Simon Walls about how Scamwise NI is helping the public to spot online fraudsters, cold calling con men and doorstep criminals.Also, have you made your will?Should you call a doctor before the solicitor when it comes to gauging if you are of 'sound mind' when putting pen to paper? We ...…
 
Strangford Brent Geese, Larne's Prison Ship and Men's Shed Boat Building in Moville
 
Ann Fitzsimons clears out her pond and Keith Crawford suggests various types of hedging.
 
Europa manager James McGinn talks 'When I Was 25'
 
Shadow NI Sec Owen Smith tells us what he thinks is wrong with the new system
 
Offended? We asked journalist Tina Calder, Pastor Brian Madden and Canon David Crooks.
 
There has been no announcement for the year one money from the DUP/Tory deal
 
NI construction sector stagnates,why so few women work in the sector+UlsterBank closures
 
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ATL Introducing... New Irish Music
 
An acoustic session from the hard rockers and new music by XV* and Cut In Blinks.
 
Juggling jobs to make a living - Cathy Quinn and Bumper Graham are in studio
 
Also our panel of experts give us their view on the message and history behind the film.
 
Plus, could there soon be a radical shift in Sinn Fein's position on abortion?
 
House prices up, EgyptAir Bombardier order + what to expect on jobs figures
 
Socialist Phil Kelly, journalist Peter Popham, and historian Ruth Dudley Edwards discuss.
 
Ulster Bank PMI shows firms passing costs to customers + Bombardier reassures UK workers
 
On Inside Business this week, we discuss the state of our manufacturing industry. We are joined by John Toner, WIS Group CEO and Campbell Evans, sales director at Laser Prototypes (Europe) Ltd (LPE). We also have Seamus Murchan, co-owner, KME Steelworks and we hear from Stephen Kelly, chief executive of Manufacturing NI.…
 
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Pick Of The Week
 
Linda McAuley presents the best highlights of the week.
 
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Everyday Ethics
 
Should we alter our DNA to remove mutations which cause a range of inherited conditions?
 
Gerry welcomes celebrated singer Russell Watson, and rock legend Vivian Campbell onto the programme
 
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Cooking with Paula McIntyre
 
Paula Cooks Ham Hock and Vegetable Soup
 
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Gardeners' Corner
 
It's the Gardeners' Corner phone-in this Saturday morning with David Maxwell. Answering your gardening problems are Reg Maxwell and Averil Milligan. Lots of good gardening advice from the experts and a chance to hear about the plants they have growing in their gardens and what jobs need to be done over the next week or so.…
 
Noel Thompson introduces the consumer Scouts! Consumers are getting younger these days and the Islandmagee Scouts will learn about their rights and managing their money with this new badge. Heather Monteverdi will be in the studio talking about cyber-chondria and combating fake news and misdiagnosis, plus Linda visits the Children's Law Centre ...…
 
The Armagh Church remembers the names of those who served in the Great War, the historical occupations of 1911 Newry and finding fresh water under the sands of Portstewart.
 
Journalist Kevin Maguire says the UK anthem is still alienating many possible supporters.
 
Paradise Papers. A special podcast from the Nolan Show
 
Plus, heartfelt plea to permanently install memorial to Enniskillen bombing victims
 
Gareth McGibbon is a social worker and Jim Gamble is the former head of CEOP.
 
More revelations about local business owners
 
Fiona Ferguson from People Before Profit and columnist Caroline Farrow discuss.
 
We look at NI business owners named in the Paradise Papers leak
 
Belfast slips down PwC index, M&S results+live at ISBE hearing how Brexit affecting firms
 
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ATL Introducing... New Irish Music
 
Rigsy, Stu and Cathy share new music from Oh Joy, Voven and Strength NIA in Session.
 
Giving us their thoughts, Adam Moore from NI Conservatives and Trade Unionist Lily Kerr.
 
Plus, we speak to Panorama reporter Richard Bilton about the Paradise Papers
 
First Derivatives profits up, family firms must plan say BDO + Unicorn Group expansion
 
We speak to Professor Jon Tonge, blogger Jamie Pow and Green Party leader Steven Agnew.
 
InterTrade say 95% of firms have no Brexit plan + Ozaroo top NI firm in Deloitte Fast 50
 
On Inside Business this week, we discuss what sort of commercial development we need here and what do investors look for in a city before they invest in it? We're joined in the studio by Laura McCarthy, Property Asset Manager at Killultagh Estates and the Mac Group's Finance Director Martin Daly. We also have Mark Jameson, Senior Associate at P ...…
 
The place of faith in a secular society, reforms in Saudi Arabia and poet Michael Longley
 
Gerry welcomes Phil Coulter and Maria Doyle Kennedy onto the programme
 
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Pick Of The Week
 
Steven Rainey presents the best highlights of the week.
 
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