Talkback was Northern Ireland's first news phone-in programme and has been on air for more than 20 years. For many years it was a sounding board for the public to react and comment on the sectarian violence of the troubles and the development of the peace process. Today the agenda reflects the changing shape of Northern Ireland - topics like anti-social behaviour, hospital cleanliness and devolution issues are now high on the agenda. It is presented by Wendy Austin, one of NI's best known broadcasters.
Thu, 16 May 13
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We've been talking about the pain of Dementia and a panel of experts came in to the studio to answer your questions.
Wed, 15 May 13
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Wendy speaks to the First Minister Peter Robinson and soaks up the atmosphere at the Balmoral Show.
Tue, 14 May 13
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Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie has undergone a double mastectomy to reduce her chances of getting breast cancer. The 37-year-old mother of six explained her reasons for having the surgery saying doctors estimated that she had an 87% risk of breast cancer and a 50% risk of ovarian cancer. She said she decided to be proactive and to minimise the risk as much she could. Just how common is this sort of surgery?
Mon, 13 May 13
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Wendy takes a look at our public transport and why the Belfast to Dublin Enterprise service is losing passengers.
Fri, 10 May 13
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Conor Bradford talks to the Mayor of London Boris Johnson on a bus in Ballymena...
Wed, 8 May 13
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We had the Financial Ombudsman David Cresswell in the studio today to answer your questions on Payment Protection Insurance.
Tue, 7 May 13
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3 women, held captive for as long as ten years, escape from a house in Cleveland, Ohio. We have the latest.
Mon, 6 May 13
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Fed up with the sound of drumming as she was performing in a London theatre, Helen Mirren left the stage to sort it out!
Fri, 3 May 13
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Almost half of our public representatives could be in line for a severance pay of up to £35,000 if they step down in advance of next year's local government elections. It's all part of the plan to create 11 super councils here.. The payments will be issued as a reward for their hard work over many years. And guess who'll be footing the bill? You guessed it. The taxpayer. So what happened to public service?
Thu, 2 May 13
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The Health Minister Edwin Poots listens to YOUR concerns about Transforming Your Care and the policy of caring for elderly people in their own homes. He takes calls from Talkback listeners...
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