Talkback with William Crawley

              Talkback with William Crawley

              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.

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              • Talkback 26 May 2015: Dog Exclusion Zones

                Tue, 26 May 15

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                36 mins

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                No dogs allowed not even on a leash - that could soon be the reality for owners in Mid and East Antrim where the council is considering dog exclusion zones. Anyone caught walking their dog in the zones listed - and list is extensive - could face a fine of up to £80. Some of the 96 areas proposed include the Knockagh Monument on the outskirts of Carrickfergus, parts of Carnfunnock Country Park in Larne as well as playing fields and community centres in Ballymena, Greenisland and Whitehead. You have got until June 19th to let the council know what you think of the plans. We discussed the issue on the programme today with plenty of callers!

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              • 25 05 Man Utd quit the Milk Cup

                Mon, 25 May 15

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                17 mins

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                What a blow for the Milk Cup, for the first time in 25 years Manchester United wont be bringing their stars to the north coast. They pulled out over the weekend despite confirming their attendance a number of weeks ago. So no chance for fans here to see the old trafford stars of tomorrow....so do you feel cheated given the amount of money fans here spend every year supporting the club...or did we rely too heavily on personal contacts to make it happen....and is this now a reality check for the organisers...

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              • Talkback 22 May 15: Baroness Blood & gesture politics

                Fri, 22 May 15

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                40 mins

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                Baroness May Blood thinks the focus on gesture politics, like Prince Charles's handshake with Gerry Adams and next week's Irish Open, is a distraction from real life in Northern Ireland. Is she right?

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              • Interview with General Sir Mike Jackson

                Thu, 21 May 15

                Duration:
                10 mins

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                Quite a few of you have asked us to podcast our interview with General Sir Mike Jackson, the former head of the British Army. William asked him about the Royal visit and if it was time to say sorry.

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              • 21 May 2015: Prince Charles in Belfast

                Thu, 21 May 15

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                44 mins

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                Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited a Catholic church in Belfast which has been at the centre of disputes with loyalist band parades. But how significant is this visit?

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              • Talkback 20 May 15: Marriage referendum

                Wed, 20 May 15

                Duration:
                49 mins

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                In less than 48 hours, the Republic votes in its marriage referendum: On Talkback today, we explored the issues at the heart of the debate and the possible implications for Northern Ireland if the south extends marriage rights to same-sex couples...

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              • Asher's Bakery verdict

                Tue, 19 May 15

                Duration:
                53 mins

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                A court in Belfast has ruled that the Christian owners of Asher's Bakery unlawfully discriminated against a gay man by refusing to bake a cake he'd ordered bearing a message supporting gay marriage.

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              • 18 May 2015 Time to ban the Northwest 200?

                Mon, 18 May 15

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                Ireland's biggest annual sporting event, the North West 200, has claimed the lives of 16 people in the past 75 years. Two people are in hospital after a crash this weekend -- is it time to ban it?

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              • Talkback 15 May 15: No GAA for new MP Tom

                Fri, 15 May 15

                Duration:
                30 mins

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                When Tom Elliott was elected as an MP last week, he said he would represent all the people of Fermanagh and South Tyrone so why has he just ruled out ever attending a GAA match?

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              • Talkback 14 May 2015: Scrap the Human Rights Act?

                Thu, 14 May 15

                Duration:
                53 mins

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                After David Cameron's surprise win at the polls, he now has the political clout to press forward with radical changes in a number of very sensitive areas -- including his plan to abolish the Human Rights Act, which was brought into law by Tony Blair. But the SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has already told him they'll be keeping it in Scotland, and some politicians here are furious about plans to dump the act in Northern Ireland. The Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams says the prime minister's plan amounts to a scandalous attack on the peace process. Similar concerns have been raised by the SDLP. How serious is this Tory plan for the future of the peace process in Northern Ireland? Do you think life is better under the Human Rights Act? Or do you agree with its critics that this act has turned into a charter for the protection of criminals and terrorists?

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