A chance to hear the highlights of Talkback. William Crawley and guests discuss the news headlines, chat to the people making them and ask you, the audience, what you think? The full programme is available on BBC iPlayer Radio.
Fri, 6 Mar 15
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Would you send your 11 year old to school dressed as Christian Grey -- from 50 Shades of Grey -- to mark World Book Day? William spoke to one mother who did just that, and of course our callers had their say...
Thu, 5 Mar 15
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Parliament Buildings will be going green for St Patrick's Day. The Assembly Commission has agreed to light up Stormont in different colours on four separate days of the year. It'll turn purple for International Women's Day, orange on the 12th of July and red for Remembrance Day in November. Máirtín Ó Muilleoir was Lord Mayor of Belfast when the city hall first went green for St Patrick's Day. He tells Talkback that lighting up Stormont is a positive development...
Wed, 4 Mar 15
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William Crawley and guests live at Hydebank Wood, one of Northern Ireland's three prisons. With guests including academics and the justice minister, the main question was: Are our prisons working?
Tue, 3 Mar 15
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Should the law require ANY adult to report evidence of sex abuse that's happening, whoever they are, on penalty of imprisonment if they don't?
Mon, 2 Mar 15
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The Orange Order are unhappy that their members are still required to declare their connections with the organisation if they are serving police officers but the GAA don't have to.
Fri, 27 Feb 15
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Carl 'The Jackal' Frampton says he's from the Ghetto. Carl Frampton defends his IBF world title against Chris Avalos in Belfast on the 28th of February. During press conference on the 25th, Carl had to respond to a surprising accusation from his opponent that he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth - so is Tigers Bay in North Belfast really a ghetto?
Thu, 26 Feb 15
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A Christian pastor is furious about erotica in a window display at the Abbey Centre. He says there's no 50 shades of grey about this -- it's black and white and they're pornographic.
Wed, 25 Feb 15
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The Pyramids, Eiffel Tower, The Great Wall of China, the London Eye, The Empire State Building, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, The Sydney Opera House, they're all turning green for Saint Patrick's Day but not Stormont. Why not?
Tue, 24 Feb 15
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A pensioner describes what it has been like having no heat in his home for over two months. The Housing Executive respond.
Mon, 23 Feb 15
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Would Northern Ireland be a better place if we all ditched religion? This was just one of the questions we considered today with the scientist and writer Richard Dawkins.
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