Next weekend will be filled with adventure in every county in Northern Ireland - safaris, bushcraft and bananas in Fermanagh, surfing and canoeing on the north coast, paintballing, climbing, archery, coasteering ... there's a hundred different things to do as part of a special Adventureland weekend ... Chris Scott from the Countryside Access and Activities Network is in studio to tell us moreAdventureland online
The Northern Ireland Adventureland weekend takes place next weekend, on the 9th and 10th April - over 100 different outdoor activities all over the place, in every county, for families, teenagers and young adults - all for just £10 - for more info click on the website below or ring 028 90 303 930
To sample some of the adventure on offer, Helen Mark (above) took to the tress in a jungle adventureland in Moneymore, swinging from trees and climbing high on rope bridges - not for the faint-hearted, but she'll be back safe and well in our Foyle studio to tell us more. For more info on adventureland, click on the link above or ring 028 90 303 930
Helen crossing the rope bridge
Clogher, Brookeborough and Tempo next - all, exactly, 5 miles from the County Tyrone village and townland of Fivemiletown - that's where the name comes from. And, it's a place that's celebrating this year, because the college there has been on the go for 50 years. Local woman Beverley Weir knows the school very well, she was a pupil, then a teacher and now she's written a book, about Fivemiletown College, called Recollections. Anne Marie went to meet her.
Recollections is available from the college by phoning 028 89 521 279
RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch
The surveys are all in and the counting finished, so what are the top ten most common garden birds? The RSPB's Stephanie Simm is in studio for our pick of the pops special. For more info on the survey and results, click on the link belowRSPB website
Enniskillen Walking Tour
To celebrate Enniskillen Castle's first April opening, Catherine Scott is guiding a special walking tour of Enniskillen, and she's in our Enniskillen studio to tell us more.Enniskillen castle website
The walking tour of Enniskillen starts at 2.30pm Saturday 2nd April, and lasts until about 4, it's FREE and so is admission to the castle museums, today. For more info click on the link below or ring 028 66 325 000
Brian McCauley of Dungannon enterprise centre is publishing a book of photography that he hopes will create a lasting legacy of Dungannon, and he wants as many people as possible to photograph Dungannon and it's people to try and capture the essence of the town, then send in your photos - the best will be picked and published in the book.
If you want to get involved - and offer a picture of Dungannon, you need to take it in April, and then email it to email@example.com - before the 3rd of May and also include your name and contact details
Anne-Marie McAleese and the team go in search of the weird and wonderful across Northern Ireland,…