Provocative weekly debate on moral, religious and ethical issues. From BBC Radio Ulster
David Maxwell and the experts visit gardens, talk to gardeners and offer topical advice
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
Resident chef Paula McIntyre brings you a weekly recipe in a handy digestible ten minute download. From BBC Radio Ulster.
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 back-stop’s here? Bad puns with top political coverage from Northern Ireland. Red Lines brings you essential analysis and commentary by BBC NI’s politics team.
Comedy news quiz
The people, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique, presented by Anne Marie McAleese.
Linda McAuley champions the cause of consumers in Northern Ireland, from welfare rights to health education and the law
Radio Ulster brings together some of the best radio documentaries from UK and Irish broadcasters.
Downloads of Anderson Extra plus some of Gerry Anderson's classic podcasts. From BBC Radio Ulster's Remembering Gerry week
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.
Events previously accepted as factual, are re-interrogated. The teams assume nothing as they dig out old records and create fresh leads to find out what really happened.
The Nolan Show investigates true crime from Northern Ireland and further afield.
Highlights and favourite moments from the past week of programmes on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle.
Ireland’s rich and turbulent history is explored in a series written by the late Dr Jonathan Bardon.
Vinny hosts a lively, late-night magazine show with discussion, topical features and guests. Feisty talk radio - without the politics
Marking the centenary of the war through stories and events linked to places across Ireland. Introduced by Helen Mark.
Dive into an alternative world of humour and wonderment. This is a permanent archive featuring some of Gerry’s best shows from 1984 onwards.
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
Drama series exploring World War I and the tragedies of war through the love letters of two young lovers
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.
Gemma Bradley talks a new guest on their career so far, inspirations, backstage stories, and they perform in session.
Weekly commentary and analysis on business and the economy in Northern Ireland.
Inside Politics' virtual tour of the Assembly constituencies, giving the public a chance to quiz their local representatives about how the battle against Covid 19 is being fought
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: email@example.comStephen direct: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @stephennolan
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.
Highlights of BBC Radio Leicester's Leicester Tigers coverage including a weekly post-match round-ups and analysis.
The plan has sparked anger from politicians and victims' groups in Northern Ireland.By BBC Radio Ulster
Nolan Show asks the big questions over differences between the DUP leadership candidates.By BBC Radio Ulster
Hear from Ellis Genge ahead of Sale vs Tigers this Friday.By BBC Radio Leicester
Mark Carruthers discusses Unionism and Protestantism with writers Susan McKay and Claire Mitchell.By BBC Radio Ulster
A proposal to make the grounds more reflective of the city is being consideredBy BBC Radio Ulster
How Brexit is implemented in NI is one of the biggest issues facing the country.By BBC Radio Ulster
Who is best placed to become the leader of the DUP?By BBC Radio Ulster
DUP leadership contest a two horse race. But how open will the contest be? And who is backing who in the DUP ranks? News Letter political editor Sam McBride, Professor Jon Tonge from the Department of Politics at Liverpool University and commentator Chris Donnelly discuss.By BBC Radio Ulster
He talks about Northern Ireland's Centenary, Brexit, the NI Protocol and the EUBy BBC Radio Ulster
Do we bow to the past or are we bound by it?By BBC Radio Ulster
Paul Sinha, comedian and quiz expert, joins the comedy line-up this week along with Diona Doherty, Colin Murphy, Neil Delamere and host Tim McGarry. Spring has arrived, it's a Bank Holiday weekend and Covid restrictions are beginning to ease. Plenty for this comedy troupe to be funny about as they provide their comedic take on the week’s news from …
As non-essential retail reopened across Northern Ireland this week, consumer guru Jimmy Hughes discusses your rights when returning goods. Cash for Communities; when living in a rural part of Northern Ireland, getting access to a bank or an ATM machine may not be easy. Chris Ashton, who leads the Community Access to Cash pilots and Jo Scott of Mill…
A celebration of nature's greatest symphony from the BBC Radio Foyle garden.By BBC Radio Ulster
Gardeners’ Corner heads to Glenarm Castle for the annual Tulip Festival. Presenter David Maxwell takes in the display with Reg Maxwell and speaks to gardener Jordan McWhirter, who planted some of the six thousand bulbs. David also catches up with celebrity gardener Sarah Raven and asks her what follows the tulips in her East Sussex garden. Also in …
Highlights plus reaction from Steve Borthwick and George Ford.By BBC Radio Leicester
How will the gripping BBC One crime thriller Line of Duty end? Will it reveal all?By BBC Radio Ulster
A major announcement from Arlene Foster - the DUP isn't the party it was - and she is getting totally out of it. Sour grapes - or is she right?By BBC Radio Ulster
The race is on to become the next DUP leader. Who are the contenders?By BBC Radio Ulster
Arlene Foster was unceremoniously driven out of politics by her own party on Wednesday.By BBC Radio Ulster
Adam Whitty, Chris Egerton and a host of Tigers greats pay tribute to Bleddyn JonesBy BBC Radio Leicester
Mark Devenport & Ken Reid join Mark to assess Arlene Foster's leadership of the DUP.By BBC Radio Ulster
Are we looking at the party's first ever contest for the top job?By BBC Radio Ulster
Her leadership hangs in balance after party members sign letter of no-confidence in her.By BBC Radio Ulster
How damaging are Boris Johnson’s alleged quotes on Covid-19 ?By BBC Radio Ulster
The row over the ports in Larne focus on the Chief Exec Anne Donaghy.By BBC Radio Ulster
A cross-party group ask the Prime Minister to listen to Loyalist and Unionist communitiesBy BBC Radio Ulster
How central to that potential major change in direction is leader Arlene Foster?By BBC Radio Ulster
Would giving people a good standard of living have an impact on reducing crime?By BBC Radio Ulster
Highlights and post match reaction from Steve Borthwick and Tom YoungsBy BBC Radio Leicester
Aubergine Rolls with Cannellini Beans, Baked with Sugo, Tomato SaladBy BBC Radio Ulster
Comedy from Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy, Diona Doherty and Neil Delamere with Scottish comedian Des Clarke joining them via the internet. A virtual audience join the show asking questions about the people and events which have been making the week’s news at home and further afield. Will nobody will be spared the sharp wit and caustic humour as the co…
State Pensions for carers? Linda discovers the answer for a couple in their 30s, and as Robin Swann gives further details of a £4.4 million scheme to support unpaid carers, Lesley Johnston of Carers NI discusses carers allowance, carers credit, state pensions and what carers are entitled to. Linda hears from one listener, who had not one, but two f…
Dot Blakely explains why some birds are angry and 'A Kind of Love Song' from Colin Urwin.By BBC Radio Ulster
In Japan they forecast the cherry blossom as it spreads across the country. This weekend, Gardeners’ Corner finds out how it’s looking where you are and the importance of protecting the blossom of fruiting trees at this time of year. Also on the programme, with no rain in the forecast, David chats to his guests, Claire McNally and Maurice Parkinson…
We debate the case for decolonising our museumsBy BBC Radio Ulster
Hairdressers & close contact services open today after nearly 4 months of being closedBy BBC Radio Ulster
What would a new legislation to protect ex-soldiers from unfounded prosecutions mean?By BBC Radio Ulster
Last November, Mark was diagnosed with kidney cancer .By BBC Radio Ulster
Adam Whitty, Chris Egerton and a host of guests preview Tigers vs Saints.By BBC Radio Leicester
"There's as much chance of taking politics out of health as there were attempts this week to take England's top football teams out of the Premier League"By BBC Radio Ulster
A new poll may give us some clues on how younger generations see the future.By BBC Radio Ulster
Time limit on Troubles linked prosecutions could apply to civilians as well as soldiers.By BBC Radio Ulster
Politicians are debating a motion calling for a ban on gay conversion therapy here.By BBC Radio Ulster
Stephen spoke with Mike Davidson from Core Issues Trust and SDLP's Seamus de Faoite.By BBC Radio Ulster
What impact will the Super League have on grassroots football?By BBC Radio Ulster
Plus, Premier League’s ‘Big 6’ face fan backlash over Super League plans.By BBC Radio Ulster
Highlights plus reaction from Steve Borthwick and Tom YoungsBy BBC Radio Leicester
The red list of endangered birds and celebrating hymn-writer Cecil Frances Alexander.By BBC Radio Ulster
Are family allowance payments still necessary today?By BBC Radio Ulster