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Serving pregnant women drink, Mike Nesbitt says Poots must go and house prices & should BBC have played the hunger strike song?

Should a publican be allowed to refuse a pregnant woman alcohol? That's the problem facing one bar owner in Derry. Karl contacted us after a six month pregnant woman started drinking in his bar

Mike Nesbitt says "Poots must go" - The Ulster Unionist leader has called for Edwin Poots to step down as Health Minister.

"Distasteful, unacceptable and offensive" - Gregory Campbell thinks the BBC should have banned the playing of hunger strike song Roll of Honour after it made yesterday's Radio 1 Top 40

"I hope they're proud of themselves" - Four masked men break in to pensioner Jean's home

A survey has revealed that Northern Irish men wear the same underwear for the longest time in the UK - 3 days without changing them! Andrea McVeigh and callers react

Journalist John Manley says when farmers start whinging about the wet weather we should remind them that they're responsible for most climate change (by) causing greenhouse gases.

Neil Francis, former Ireland rugby player said he believes members of the gay community "do not have an interest in sport". Top international rugby union referee Nigel Owens who came out publicly in 2007 reacts to his comments

Is NI the only part of UK where house prices aren't recovering? Estate agent Danny McGeown disagrees

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1 hour, 27 minutes

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Mon 17 Feb 2014 09:03

Serving pregnant women

Serving pregnant women

 Should a publican be allowed to refuse a pregnant woman alcohol?  That's the problem facing one bar owner in Derry. Karl contacted us after a six month pregnant woman started drinking in his bar.

Mike Nesbitt on Poots

Mike Nesbitt on Poots

 Mike Nesbitt says "Poots must go"   -  The Ulster unionist leader has called for Edwin Poots to step down as Health Minister.

Underwear

Underwear

A survey has revealed that Northern Irish men wear the same underwear for the longest time in the UK - 3 days without changing them! Andrea McVeigh and callers react

Farmers

Farmers

Journalist John Manley says when farmers start whinging about the wet weather we should remind them that they're responsible for most climate change (by) causing greenhouse gases.

Neil Francis

Neil Francis

   Neil Francis said he believes members of the gay community "do not have an interest in sport".  Top international rugby union referee Nigel Owens who came out publicly in 2007 reacts to his comments

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