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 weekly gardening programme for keen gardeners, with the latest advice, news and visits to gardens large and small around the province. Presented by David Maxwell.
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.
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.
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, helping them to solve their problems, make the right choices and avoid the pitfalls.
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.
Downloads of Anderson Extra plus some of Gerry Anderson's classic podcasts. From BBC Radio Ulster's Remembering Gerry week
Radio Ulster brings together some of the best radio documentaries from UK and Irish broadcasters.
Highlights and favourite moments from the past week of programmes on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle.
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
Comedy news quiz
Vinny hosts a lively, late-night magazine show with discussion, topical features and guests. Feisty talk radio - without the politics
Ireland’s rich and turbulent history is explored in a series written by the late Dr Jonathan Bardon.
Dive into an alternative world of humour and wonderment. This is a permanent archive featuring some of Gerry’s best shows from 1984 onwards.
The Nolan Show investigates true crime from Northern Ireland and further afield.
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.
Marking the centenary of the war through stories and events linked to places across Ireland. Introduced by Helen Mark.
Weekly commentary and analysis on business and the economy in Northern Ireland.
Gemma Bradley talks a new guest on their career so far, inspirations, backstage stories, and they perform in session.
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: firstname.lastname@example.orgStephen direct: email@example.comTwitter: @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.
Do you agree with him?By BBC Radio Ulster
Colum Eastwood spoke to Stephen on Nolan Live.By BBC Radio Ulster
Mark & guests review how the Dublin media report on stories from & about Northern IrelandBy BBC Radio Ulster
Should doctors be reviewing our repeat prescriptions more often?By BBC Radio Ulster
Many are predicting a very tough autumn and winter.By BBC Radio Ulster
Discussion with Dr Gabriel Scally and Professor Deirdre Heenan.By BBC Radio Ulster
Could we be facing a so-called 'circuit breaker' in October?By BBC Radio Ulster
Could we be without a government again before Christmas?By BBC Radio Ulster
Should there be a policy in NI around care home staff and vaccination?By BBC Radio Ulster
Should the law be changed to allow medical help to people who choose to die?By BBC Radio Ulster
Scallops with Celeriac and Apple Purée, with an Apple SaladBy BBC Radio Ulster
Economy Minister Gordon Lyons answers your questions about the High Street voucher scheme and tells Linda how and when people can apply, and where he hopes to spend his £100.Can you trust a letter that claims you are due a tax rebate? HMRC spokesperson Marguerite Kerr shares her tips and advice on staying safe and avoiding scams, whether you're you…
Poetry in South Armagh, and the Drumnaph ancient woodland near Maghera.By BBC Radio Ulster
Gardeners’ Corner heads to County Donegal where David Maxwell and Brendan Little visit some of the gardens that make up the Donegal Garden Trail. Glenveagh Castle gardens sit within a National Park. Sean O Gaoithin gives a guided tour of the walled garden and the native woodland where exotic plants also find a home. At Cluain na dTor, Seamus O’Donn…
Or is this manufactured outrage ahead of an assembly election?By BBC Radio Ulster
It's day five of our Nolan Show investigation into this this very important issue of social care fees.By BBC Radio Ulster
Is the Irish President right to decline an invite to attend an NI Centenary Event?By BBC Radio Ulster
Plus, Day 3 of Nolan show's investigation into continuing care for the elderly in NI.By BBC Radio Ulster
Mark Carruthers is joined by libel lawyer Paul Tweed, the Belfast Telegraph's Sam McBride and former journalist and now Ulster Unionist MLA, Mike Nesbitt, to discuss his Private Members' Bill on updating defamation law in Northern Ireland.By BBC Radio Ulster
Discussion with Deputy CMO Dr Naresh Chada and Vaccine Programme lead Patricia Donnelly.By BBC Radio Ulster
Daughter and mother die with Covid lying in hospital beds beside each other. Devastated father of 32 year old tells Nolan he wishes they had taken the vaccine.By BBC Radio Ulster
Could vaccinating children be a game-changer in our journey out of the pandemic?By BBC Radio Ulster
In Feb, the Health Minister Robin Swann changed the rules.By BBC Radio Ulster
How should the £100 High Street voucher scheme be run?By BBC Radio Ulster
Plus, two massive sporting moments over the weekend with wins for Tyrone & Emma Raducanu.By BBC Radio Ulster
September 11th 2001, the day that changed the worldBy BBC Radio Ulster
Crispy pork filled with leeks, smoked cheese, topped with a creamy mushroom sauceBy BBC Radio Ulster
With the news this week of significant gas price hikes in The Ten Towns Network area, Utility Regulator John French is live to discuss the effect this will have on the average annual household gas bill. Student tax and accommodation; Mary Bingham of Housing Rights explores one listener's letting agent query, and shares tips for students when signin…
Temple motorbikes, the Pine Marten, and grey geese of Strangford.By BBC Radio Ulster
David Maxwell explores the new global medicinal garden in Belfast Botanic Gardens with Barbara Pilcher and Adrian Walsh. On the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, he speaks to New York garden designer Lynden B. Miller about the Queen Elizabeth II September 11th garden in lower Manhattan which remembers UK and Commonwealth victims. And if yo…
Stephen Nolan poses questions to the DUP leader.By BBC Radio Ulster
DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson explains his party's position to William CrawleyBy BBC Radio Ulster
Political parties react to Sir Jeffery Donaldson's comments.By BBC Radio Ulster
With a new term at Stormont and an election on the way - Mark Carruthers as is joined by Health Correspondent, Marie-Louise Connolly, Business & Economics Editor, John Campbell & Political Editor, Enda McClafferty to discuss the challenges ahead.By BBC Radio Ulster
Are ticket prices for the qualifier with Switzerland an affordable price for loyal fans?By BBC Radio Ulster
This is a big statement from MP Sammy WilsonBy BBC Radio Ulster
Would you be happy to lose money every month to help pay for these reforms?By BBC Radio Ulster
Thousands of pupils are sent home throughout Northern Ireland due to covid.By BBC Radio Ulster
As Lagan College marks 40 years, we ask why is our education system still so segregated?By BBC Radio Ulster
Nolan show interview with the JCVI.By BBC Radio Ulster
What age should children be taught religion in school?By BBC Radio Ulster
A special 30th anniversary show, broadcast live from the "witch's hat", in Portstewart, presented by Anne Marie McAleese, Featuring some of the people who have contributed to the show over the years, Colum Sands, Ronan Lundy, Helen Mark, Dot Blakely, and John Toal, with a special tribute to Marie McStay.…
Paula bakes up a brioche with frangipane and plums puddingBy BBC Radio Ulster
Community pharmacy; with the Health Minister warning of a risk to patients if pharmaceutical firms go ahead with plans to withdraw medicines due to the NI Protocol, Dr Terry Maguire looks at the recent General Pharmaceutical Service statistics for Northern Ireland. The Electoral Register; Virginia McVey, Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland…
Guests pay tribute to the widow of the late SDLP leader John Hume who has died aged 83.By BBC Radio Ulster
What is going on?By BBC Radio Ulster
Chief Constable is committed to exploring removing memorials of murdered police officersBy BBC Radio Ulster
Is outrage voiced by some unionist leaders about policing changes or electioneering?By BBC Radio Ulster
Some unionist leaders have claimed the report is a move towards all-Ireland policing.By BBC Radio Ulster
Stephen was speaking to DUP leader Jeffery Donaldson.By BBC Radio Ulster