Stephen Nolan's no nonsense approach to confronting the biggest issues of the day has made it the biggest show in the country. An unmissable mixture of news, phone ins and entertainment.
Tue, 21 May 13
30 days remaining
'Stop demonising children' is the message to policing bodies from the Commissioner for Children and Young People. Patricia Lewsley-Mooney has taken exception to a police leaflet in Moira, warning against street football. The Commissioner has also criticised a poster campaign in Belfast, showing a youth in a hoodie and asking parents if they they know where their children are. Callers react.
Mon, 20 May 13
29 days remaining
Gay marriage takes another step towards becoming legal in England and Wales today as it's debated again by MPs. The same-sex marriage bill returns to the Commons and it looks set to worsen the recent tensions between David Cameron and some sections of his party. Many Conservative MPs are expected to oppose the measure in a series of free votes on the bill for couples in England & Wales. Of course gay marriage won't become legal in Northern Ireland with the DUP vowing to block it.
Fri, 17 May 13
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Business owners on the north coast say a decision to close the A2 between Benone and Downhill will have a devastating impact on their businesses.
Thu, 16 May 13
25 days remaining
Rathcoole residents anger at a 21 hour delay in the PSNI response to reports that a man was acting suspiciously in front of their children.
Wed, 15 May 13
24 days remaining
Doctors and managers say major changes must occur to avoid the collapse of our A&E Departments.
Tue, 14 May 13
23 days remaining
A PSNI warning that a legal limbo here could make it tougher to track down paedophiles, gangsters, drug dealers and people traffickers
Mon, 13 May 13
22 days remaining
Coleen Nolan on fame, money and her sister's Bernie's incurable cancer.
Fri, 10 May 13
19 days remaining
A new push on building a shared future. But plans announced by Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness are under fire from other Stormont parties. Is agreement really as far away as ever?
Thu, 9 May 13
18 days remaining
On the radio show earlier this week, and on last nights TV programme we were talking about a channel4 doc where a mother hired Belfast sex worker Laura Lee, to help her son lose his virginity. Her son is disabled and she didn't want him to miss out. Brian contacted us and wanted to tell us about his disabled son.
Wed, 8 May 13
17 days remaining
Finance Minister Sammy Wilson on why the DUP want to put flag poles up on ALL government buildings under their control And Sir Alex Ferguson announces his retirement.
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