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Stephen Nolan with hard-hitting talk about the big stories of the day.
DUP's Peter Weir is in the hot seat today for our next election manifesto interview.
Some big statements from our two main political parties on Nolan Live last night.
Alliance Party election manifesto pledges under inspection.
A new row over a bonfire site in east Belfast.
Our manifesto interviews continue with the Green Party's Steven Agnew.
Sinn Fein's Conor Murphy is in the hot seat for our third election manifesto interview.
The Nolan Show has the full list of all successful applicants to the RHI scheme.
Two weeks tomorrow Northern Ireland goes to the polls to vote in Assembly snap election.
Our first election manifesto interview with Eamonn McCann from People Before Profit.
UUP leader Mike Nesbitt says he would transfer votes to SDLP over other unionists.
Care package concerns see patients delayed from getting out of hospital..
Local Miss NI hopeful told she can't enter the competition because she is a mum.
Health minister Michelle O'Neill reveals her plan to reduce waiting lists.
Suspended DUP MLA Jonathan Bell standing as independent unionist in Assembly election.
Dealing with the past - new row over British soldiers Troubles prosecutions.
This morning on The Nolan Show, we're coming back to an issue that affects us all - health
Serious allegations that water boarding and electric shock torture were used by army in NI
Massive reaction to yesterday's show. Edited since transmission.
Callers clash over president Donald Trump travel ban.
DUP come out on the attack over RHI - accusing BBC of bias and having a go at Sinn Fein.
Bob Stewart was being interviewed after Donald Trump said he believed torture worked.
What Arlene Foster knew on day of Assembly speech over RHI.
Proposal for longer bus lanes hours in Belfast - minister Chris Hazzard sets out the plan.
Groups can get up to £5,000 for bonfire events - but they have to stick to a set of rules.
PSNI chief constable George Hamilton speaks out after gun attack on his officer.