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.
Wed, 19 Jun 13
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Joel Taggart stands in for Stephen - The G8 international summit is over, the world leaders gone and the massive security operation wrapped up. It's all been hailed as a great boost for Northern Ireland. So what benefits can we expect to flow our way? Will the G8 legacy be measured in jobs and tourist numbers? And Joel talks to a caller who has found a wild animal in his house!
Tue, 18 Jun 13
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Yesterday was a huge day for Northern Ireland, with our peace process heralded as a blueprint for conflict resolution - and Fermanagh showcased around the globe, as the world's leaders get down to business at the G8 Summit. We talk to young Hannah Nelson, who made the speech at the Waterfront Hall yesterday and politicians DUP's Sammy Wilson and SF's Raymond McCartney.
Fri, 14 Jun 13
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Reverend Tom Willis is a parish priest in York and has been called to help with thousands of poltergeist sightings and exorcisms over the last 50 years. Now 82, he still still gets calls.
Thu, 13 Jun 13
24 days remaining
An organisation which represents retailers in Northern Ireland has told the Nolan show retailers and shoppers will be squeezed by a decision to double the plastic bag tax. The Northern Ireland Retail Consortium says Stormont should be helping retailers instead of putting up barriers. Environment Minister, Alex Attwood, has outlined proposals to extend the current carrier bag levy to a wider variety of bags. The Minister is seeking for the levy to be extended to low cost reusable bags. He says he wants to stop low cost reusable bags becoming 'throw-away bags', littering the environment. The Minister also intends to increase the levy on both single use and multi use low cost carrier bags to 10p next April. The increase was expected but where will it stop?
Wed, 12 Jun 13
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'Men's Health Week' started on Monday. Men's project 'Man Matters' are urging everyone to do their bit to improve the health and well-being of local men and boys. One big issue is testicular cancer. Do you check yourself and would you even know how to? Dr Colum Farrelly came into the Nolan Studio earlier and our own Vinny bravely put himself up for the inspection. And have you been watching new BBC NI drama The Fall? The five part series came to a dramatic end this week. It stars former X Files actress Gillian Anderson as Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson who is brought in from the London Met to help catch a killer when a murder in Belfast remains unsolved. It's been getting rave reviews but not from everyone.
Tue, 11 Jun 13
22 days remaining
"Tattoos are the definition of an under achiever", that's what Katie Hopkins told Stephen on his 5 Live show over the weekend. The commentator and entrepreneur was talking after a woman lost her job because of her tattoos. Mum of three Joanne Stronach was sacked from her job at Wetherells department store in Selby in North Yorkshire after customers complained about the tattoos on her arms. Bosses say her personal appearance was unsuitable for the job. So should tattoos ever make a person unsuitable for employment? Or are they the very definition of an 'under-achiever'?
Mon, 10 Jun 13
21 days remaining
Did you watch The Voice over the weekend? There was great news for two young singers from Northern Ireland. Newtownabbey's Leah McFall and Tyrone's Andrea Begley both made the semi finals of the BBC's hit talent show. We hear how they felt on getting through and what they have planned for this week in the run up to their next live performances.
Fri, 7 Jun 13
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Stephen talks to Basil McCrea about his new political party NI21.
Thu, 6 Jun 13
17 days remaining
Michael Barrymore on how he went from the highs of TV celebrity success to the lows of addiction to drink and drugs, and his world collapsing around him after the death of a man at his Essex home.
Wed, 5 Jun 13
16 days remaining
The Nolan Show has a freedom of information reply setting out the number of parking tickets issued across councils areas in 2012/13.
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