The 12th annual NI International Airshow is set to roar over Portrush this Saturday.NI International Airshow
The free event will feature the oldest flying Hawker Hunter, the de Havilland Vampire and the Red Arrows.
We hear from organiser Geoff Brownhutt from the West Strand Beach.
The Portrush International Airshow is on today and tomorrow, with displays starting at 12 o'clock each day.
LAGAN VALLEY VOLUNTEERS
Anne-Marie meets up with the volunteers at Lagan Valley Regional Park, who have just been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.Lagan Valley Regional Park
The group includes conservation volunteers, heritage guides, rangers and survey volunteers.
Andy Bridge, the Park Manager, describes the work the volunteers do and what winning this award means to them.
For more information call the Park Office on 028 90 491922.
Mourne Wall Walk
The Mourne Wall Walk returns this Sunday. Its been thirty years since it last took place, when the event attracted over five thousand people.Mourne Mountain Rescue
The 22 mile hike uses only the old wall as a guide, which includes some of the highest mountains in Northern Ireland.
Martin McMullan from the Mourne Mountain Rescue team explains why the event has been resurrected.
Registration for the walk is now closed.
Bluegrass Music Festival
The Bluegrass Music Festival returns this weekend.Bluegrass Music Festival
The festival which takes place at the Ulster America Folk Park in Omagh is now in its 22nd year and is said to be the largest bluegrass festival outside of America.
We are joined by Richard Hurst, who is manager at the park, and Geordie McAdam who will be performing with his band during the festival, The Broken String Band.
The Bluegrass Festival is on Saturday and Sunday. For more information contact 028 82 243292.
Walled City Tattoo
The Walled City Tattoo in Derry finishes this Saturday.Walled City Tatoo
The four-day event at Ebrington will showcase over 600 local and international performers across music, song, dance and theatre.
We hear how the event has been going and what is happening on its last day from choreographer Georgina Kee, and one of the producers Darren Milligan.
Prehen House Dig
Deirdre Donnelly visits Prehen House, one of the North West's most historic buildings and where an archaeological dig is currently taking place.
Deirdre hears form Cormac McSparrin from Queens University and also from local historian Ken McCormack about the house’s links to the City of Derry.
Anne-Marie McAleese and the team go in search of the weird and wonderful across Northern Ireland,…