Series 5: 2. The Whistle Blowers
Ex-Linfield manager David Jeffrey explores why people choose to become referees.
First shown: 23 Nov 2015
Simon begins his journey in the south of Ireland, paramotoring with an Irish explorer.
First shown: 22 Nov 2015
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Series 9: Episode 2
Josh Howie joins regulars Colin Murphy, Jake O' Kane, Neil Delamere and host Tim McGarry.
First shown: 27 Nov 2015
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Trish Deseine's Doorstep Food
The Chicken People
Trish Deseine dines out in style at local restaurants.
Trish Deseine meets award-winning food producers.
First shown: 16 Nov 2015
Trish Deseine looks at supermarkets and meets some of their suppliers.
First shown: 9 Nov 2015
Andrew Neil and Mark Carruthers with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
First shown: 29 Nov 2015
Series 9: Episode 1
With Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy, Jake O'Kane and Neil Delamere.
First shown: 20 Nov 2015
Watch Northern Ireland programming alongside the best of BBC Two.
This episode delves into the world of Stormont, GP waiting times and Gay Pride.
First shown: 6 Nov 2015
2015/2016: Episode 5
A look at how the gay community is reflected culturally in contemporary Northern Ireland.
First shown: 19 Nov 2015
Series 2: Canada: Episode 3
William Crawley explores Canada's rich cultural connections with Ulster.
First shown: 1 Nov 2015
2015: Northern Ireland's Best Bits
Jo Scott and Barra Best introduce highlights from this year's fundraising extravaganza.
First shown: 14 Nov 2015
Comedy showcase for new and emerging Irish comedy writers and performers.
First shown: 28 Nov 2015
Mark Carruthers review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
Series 2: Episode 3
Barra Best explores County Tyrone's lost railway routes.
First shown: 21 Sep 2015
First shown: 21 Nov 2015
Series 3: Episode 6
Boxing fans remember when Muhammad Ali came to Ireland in 1972.
First shown: 2 Nov 2015
Diarmuid Gavin and Helen Dillon visit three little-known gardens in County Down.
First shown: 15 Jun 2015