Rigsy brings you great new music from Northern Ireland.
A wide-ranging musical experience from pop to roots via trad, blues and soul
The best of Irish traditional music selected by acclaimed Uilleann piper Robbie Hannan.
The best of alternative music with a North West focus
Colm Sands presents a weekly feast of the best traditional and contemporary folk music
Quirky mid-morning entertainment for the family from Gerry Anderson.
Your Uncle Hugo has the best in country music from old favourites to new artists.
In Huw's Music We Trust.
Walter Love presents a selection of the best in jazz, including Radio Ulster recordings.
Kim offers a relaxing way to begin the day with great music and conversation.
A selection of the best contemporary jazz from the Irish jazz scene and around the world
Requests, dedications and good music to brighten up your afternoon
Music with a touch of tartan, including the latest competition results and dance dates
From the sound of Nashville to new bluegrass, Ralph McLean explores American roots music
Great local music, sessions and chat from new Northern Irish artists and established acts.
A weekly journey through some of the greatest and most soulful music ever made
A selection of gospel and sacred music for Sunday afternoon presented by James McClelland.
A mix of music to accompany listeners' dedications and requests. Presented by Sean Coyle.
An entertaining mix of popular classics, news, reviews and interviews
Noel Battye introduces listeners' requests for their favourite sacred music
A new weekly guide to the best alternative music including indie, hip-hop, reggae and folk
Late-night music designed to soothe away the problems of the week gone by
A morning of conversation, fun and good music from Fr Brian D'Arcy
Cherrie McIlwaine brings you the best in chilled out music
Eamon presents an educated and easy-going guide to the popular music spectrum
Stuart Bailie introduces an eclectic mix of sounds from funkadelic grooves to classic rock
There are loads of great records, and Mickey will play as many as he can in two hours
Phil Coulter returns to London's Tin Pan Alley, where he started his career in 1964.