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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.
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
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
The Nolan Show
Welcome to the Stephen Nolan Audio channel.BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC One.Stephen will use this to communicate personally with you and you will also find key audio from his radio and tv shows.To contact the show: direct: @stephennolan
Everyday Ethics
Provocative weekly debate on moral, religious and ethical issues. From BBC Radio Ulster
Dive into an alternative world of humour and wonderment. This is a permanent archive featuring some of Gerry’s best shows from 1984 onwards.
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.
Inside Politics
In-depth consideration to the most pressing and important political issues of the moment
Vinny hosts a lively, late-night magazine show with discussion, topical features and guests. Feisty talk radio - without the politics
The people, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique, presented by Anne Marie McAleese.
Inside Business
Weekly commentary and analysis on business and the economy in Northern Ireland.
On Your Behalf
Linda McAuley champions the cause of consumers in Northern Ireland, from welfare rights to health education and the law
Resident chef Paula McIntyre brings you a weekly recipe in a handy digestible ten minute download. From BBC Radio Ulster.
Joel Taggart and guests discuss all the latest news, results and talking points from across the Irish League as well as showcasing the people and personalities behind the game.
Dedicated to discovering and supporting new Irish music.
Gardeners' Corner
David Maxwell and the experts visit gardens, talk to gardeners and offer topical advice
The Blame Game
Comedy news quiz
Nolan True Crime
The Nolan Show investigates true crime from Northern Ireland and further afield.
Stories in Sound
Radio Ulster brings together some of the best radio documentaries from UK and Irish broadcasters
Remembering Gerry
Downloads of Anderson Extra plus some of Gerry Anderson's classic podcasts. From BBC Radio Ulster's Remembering Gerry week
Drama series exploring World War I and the tragedies of war through the love letters of two young lovers
Titanic Letters
To commemorate the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, Ciaran Hinds introduces a series of letters written 100 years ago to the day by people on-board, each read by a different famous person
A compilation of our special weekend of programming remembering the life and work of Seamus Heaney. We visit many of the places which played a key role in informing his work.
Marking the centenary of the war through stories and events linked to places across Ireland. Introduced by Helen Mark.
Rachel Horman
Rachel Horman is a Solicitor and Head of Domestic Violence & Forced Marriage Department at Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors. An advanced Resolution specialist in DV & Forced Marriage, Family Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year 2012, Jordan's Family Law Partner of the Year 2014, Law Society Excellence Awards 2016, media commentator.
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Gerry speaks to Feeder frontman Grant Nicholas about their new album 'Tallulah', plus the inimitable Midge Ure of Ultravox fame chats about Vienna's legacy and his life in musicBy BBC Radio Ulster.
The guidance is from the Education Authority - the body responsible for schools here.By BBC Radio Ulster.
School uniforms, naming - he / she / they, use of toilets and changing rooms, access to sports and admissions to single-sex schools - that's just some of the issues covered in new guidelines for schools in Northern Ireland on how to support transgender pupils. The guidance is from the Education Authority - the body responsible for schools here. ...…
The DUP says no. The party has said that it "could not support" Prime Minister Boris Johnson's revised Brexit plan for Northern Ireland. In a statement released early this morning they stated "As things stand we could not support what is being suggested on customs and consent issues and there is a lack of clarity on VAT." Stephen spoke to Allia ...…
This was the political crisis that brought down the Northern Ireland executive.By BBC Radio Ulster.
If the DUP scupper an agreement how will history judge them regarding a no deal Brexit.By BBC Radio Ulster.
"When would any other country ever give up part of its territory as part of trade talks? This would "completely undermine Northern Ireland's status as an integral part of the UK. We must not go down this route." - the stark concerns from the former Secretary of State Owen Patterson. And as a Tory he is sending his warnings to the government. Th ...…
Does UK law need changed to protect the rights of people here?By BBC Radio Ulster.
NI woman brought up the case after applying for a residence card for her US-born husband.By BBC Radio Ulster.
Scotland has become the first part of the UK to ban smacking by parents. A bill was passed in the Scottish Parliament recently making it a criminal offence for a parent or carer to use physical force to discipline children. It means Scottish kids now have the same protection from assault as adults. Wales is also close to an outright ban and Ire ...…
Translink has said it needs £3 billion over the next 10 years to pursue a zero emissions agenda after being underfunded for decades. Last year the company reported a 3% rise in journeys to 84.5 million across bus and rail services and in its first year, the Glider had 10 million passenger journeys. Should more public money be invested in rail a ...…
If you're born in Northern Ireland - you are British even if you identify as Irish. That was the finding of tribunal judges yesterday. In 2017, NI woman Emma De Souza applied for a residence card for her US-born husband making the application under her Irish passport. However, the Home Office rejected the application as it deemed Mrs De Souza w ...…
Tonight's True North is entitled the "Dementia-Friendly Barber" and follows Bangor barber Lenny White as he cuts the hair of men with dementia and offers them his unique form of therapy. Stephen spoke to Lenny.By The Nolan Show.
Belfast City Council has started an investigation after footage emerged of a loyalist flute band parading inside City Hall. Videos shared on social media show uniformed members of the Glasgow band the Govan Protestant Boys performing in corridors and the reception. They were attending a centenary dinner in the building for the George Telford Me ...…
Has Boris Johnston thrown away another promise to Northern Ireland in his Brexit propsal? The BBC understands the UK has dropped a demand that the Brexit deal include a veto for the Stormont Assembly to prevent the arrangements for Northern Ireland ever coming into force. Government sources insist they're still a seeking a mechanism to give the ...…
Sinn Fein stand accused of hypocrisy over the party's opposition to the extradition of John Downey. Michelle O'Neill has called it "an attempt to overturn due process". Sinn Fein National Chairperson Declan Kearney tweeted the hashtag "#ReleaseHimNow". But is this hypocritical, or legitimate concern about the state's handling of legacy cases? S ...…
The phones aren't working, Seamus Heaney meets Bojangles (First Broadcast 26/09/2009)By BBC Radio Ulster.
The phones aren't working, Seamus Heaney meets Bojangles (First Broadcast 26/09/2009)By BBC Radio Ulster.
Gerry has highlights from the past week on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle.By BBC Radio Ulster.
Overall winner Lewis Loane invented Signal Optimiser - a product which improves the sound quality between guitars and amplifiers.John McElhone's company Cropsafe was the Agri-Science winner.Liz Gilligan from concrete Jungle won the Engineering category.They're joined by Elaine Smith who's Director of Innovation Community at Catalyst…
Fr Brian on his new memoir 'It Has to be Said'By BBC Radio Ulster.
The Hole in the Wall Gang host the award-winning sketch show that takes a satirical look at the week's news. Hosted by Da and Uncle Andy and featuring a a host of other characters, you can expect topical jokes, impressions, up-to-the-minute sketches and the occasional comedy song.By BBC Radio Ulster.
In Gardeners' Corner this week, it's harvest time in the autumn garden, a visit to a city allotment shows gardeners reaping the rewards of spring and summer planting, Barbara Pilcher is busy in her seaside garden and reveals her herb of choice for October and also in the programme famous florist, Shane Connolly on how to inspire the younger gen ...…
What happens to your digital legacy after your death? Who can take charge of your e-mails and social sites and can you make a digital will? Solicitor Arleen Eliott has the answersPaying for a bus ticket with a £20 - very annoying for other passengers, but why you might have to wait till the next day for your change. A listener asks why can't yo ...…
Anne Marie visits a field where a charity plants sunflowers, turnips and pumpkins to brighten the lives of people near Bushmills.By BBC Radio Ulster.
Gerry chats to Elbow's Guy Garvey about their latest album and archaeologist Neil Oliver about his upcoming tour.By BBC Radio Ulster.
Commentary from Amanda Ferguson and Suzanne RodgersBy BBC Radio Ulster.
A new film based on one of the most important books to emerge from our Troubles.By BBC Radio Ulster.
Leo Varadkar and Boris Johnson say they can see a pathway to a possible agreement.By BBC Radio Ulster.
Alex Kane is a regular on the show and many of you will have heard the story of Alex growing up. It is the topic of this weeks Stories In Sound on BBC Radio Ulster - titled Before I Was An Orphan.By The Nolan Show.
"I have agreed terms on a deal in principle with the Wright family" - Ian Pailsey MP reads from notification he received from Joe Bamford on Wrightbus dealBy The Nolan Show.
Could a Brexit agreement be about to happen? Yesterday Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar both said that they could "see a pathway to a possible deal". Last night, the Secretary of State Julian Smith told BBC's The View programme that it gave him great heart that the UK and the Republic were trying to find what he called "an accommodation". And he ...…
Cures for baldness: rainwater and cow pats (First Broadcast 28/09/2011)By BBC Radio Ulster.
Cures for baldness: rainwater and cow pats (First Broadcast 28/09/2011)By BBC Radio Ulster.
England's Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies is calling for a ban.By BBC Radio Ulster.
If there were any type of customs checks in NI after Brexit - would Sinn Fein refuse to go in to an assembly? Ben Lowry and Allison Morris discuss.By The Nolan Show.
What will it take for Sinn Fein to bring government to Northern Ireland?By BBC Radio Ulster.
It is a simple question. What will it take for Sinn Fein to bring government to Northern Ireland? If they get an Irish language act - is that enough - or is there a shopping list of red lines? Stephen spoke to News Letter deputy editor Ben Lowry and Allison Morris from the Irish News.By The Nolan Show.
Keen runner and cardiologist Dr Paul Horan talks to Stephen.By BBC Radio Ulster.
A UK ticket-holder has won the full £170m Euromillions jackpot, in the UK's biggest ever lottery win. The National Lottery operator Camelot says it's not yet known if it's been won by a single person, a family or a syndicate. A single ticket matched all 7 numbers on last night's Euromillions to win. The previous record holders were Colin and Ch ...…
The government will not refer to the current definition of a victim when it comes to drafting legislation for a Troubles pension, BBC NI understands. Applicants to the pension will be asked to set out how they meet any future scheme's eligibility criteria, as opposed to whether they fit the definition of a victim. This could mean that paramilit ...…
It will be "very difficult" for the UK and the EU to reach a Brexit agreement before the 31 October deadline, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said. He told RTE "big gaps" remained between the two sides. He also suggested the language around the discussions had turned toxic "in some quarters". His comments came after a No 10 source claimed that Germa ...…
Featuring Kitt Philippa live in session and Jamie Sloan and more on this week's Tip SheetBy BBC Radio Ulster.
No criminal charges brought against those who have an abortion, or against health care professionals who provide and assist in an abortion. Abortions in cases of fatal fetal abnormality will be allowed. Just some of the guidance, from the government for healthcare professionals on abortion law in Northern Ireland. It sets out what will happen f ...…
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