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The Wah Yan Jee Sing team bring you the latest on health and social issues in Cantonese
BBC Radio Ulster
News and views on business and the world of personal finance
BBC Radio 5 live
Northern Ireland writer Nick Laird returns home to consider the culture of marching.
BBC Radio 4
A look at the peace lines that have divided Northern Ireland for nearly 40 years
Mark Patterson explores the historic Walls of Derry late at night.
John Toal gets tips from comedy writers and producers as he writes his first sitcom.
William Crawley looks back at the ban on broadcasting interviews with paramilitary groups.
Diverse members of Northern Ireland's multicultural community discuss their daily lives.
The big sports stories, news and weather plus previews of the weekend's sporting events
The weekend begins. Kerry McLean presents fun guests and fantastic tunes to start the day.
Kerry McLean talks to Professor Lesley Reagan about her new TV series on the diet industry
Mark Patterson and Sarah Brett mark Derry-Londonderry's first day as UK City of Culture.
Science and technology magazine
Satirist Newton Emerson gives his view on Northern Irish humour past and present.
BBC Ulster explores the day to day reality of heroin addiction.
Memories of Pope John Paul II's visit to Ireland in 1979.
Frankie Gavin and the new De Dannan perform at the 48th Belfast Festival at Queens.
Andrea Rea examines the legends, the music and the poetry associated with the shepherds.
Words and music for the Christmas season.
Martin Sheen explores the continuing magic of Irving Berlin's best-selling song.
Etta Halliday is spending the week looking at how nature 'shows off' at this time of year
William Caulfield presents a special festive mix of comedy, guests and seasonal games.
William Caulfield has a laugh with some of the best-known companies in Northern Ireland
Willie Barrett brings you a show filled with requests, dedications and lots of good music.
But who were they and how many came to Bethlehem?
John Bennett meets famous individuals
John Bennett talks to Irish garden designer and TV personality Diarmuid Gavin.
Marie-Louise Muir examines the role of theatre in the 1916 Easter Rising.
A meditation for Christmas Day from the studio in Broadcasting House.
Join John Toal and the Ulster Orchestra for a special concert charting the 1930s.
Walter Love talks to Alan Brady, Ulster journalist turned acclaimed New Zealand winemaker.
Gerry Anderson examines the hidden lives of Northern Ireland's Polish community
Comprehensive coverage of football's World Cup fixtures
Michael McNamee presents coverage of Northern Ireland's crucial World Cup tie with Poland.
Nikki Gregg introduces Northern Ireland's World Cup qualifying game with Slovakia.
Michael McNamee presents Northern Ireland's World Cup qualifying game with Czech Republic.
Music and documentaries marking the centenary of World War One
BBC Radio 2
Marking the centenary of the war through stories and events across Ireland.
Williams Crawley meets influential writers