D-Day for a resolution at Hillsborough
BBC Radio Ulster
3 days and two PM's later we still have no deal...& Paul McKenna is on the show
Gordon Brown still here & an amazing Auschwitz story
Day two of crisis talks at Hillsborough
Gerry Adams talks frankly about how he felt when he found out his own father was an abuser
Drugs meeting in Ballymena held last night
Human rights groups critical of PSNI for 10,000 stop and searches last year...
Is Ballymena still the heroin capital of Northern Ireland?
How old is too old to have a baby?
Football hooligans strike again - this time, it’s the players who are raising their fists
A bomb attack on a community centre where GAA players were training was sectarian.
Stephen Nolan gets you talking about the big stories of the day.
Secretary of State Shaun Woodward urges politicians to deal NOW on policing and justice
Robinson saga continues as First Minister steps aside for six weeks.
Stormont in crisis - we ask you 'should Peter Robinson stay or should he go?'
The teenager, a council contract and the First Minister's wife.
First Minister Peter Robinson speaks frankly and emotionally about his wife Iris' adultery
UDA say they have destroyed their weapons.
A severe weather warning in places as Northern Ireland is gripped by a cold snap.
Like it or loathe if full body scanners are to be fitted in UK airports.
Stephen Nolan looks back at the major stories and issues on the programme during 2009.