Kim Lenaghan meets people learning to dance for the first time
Richard Herring, Des Clarke and Keith Farnan do battle over the English language
BBC Radio Scotland broadcasts from Pacific Quay, Glasgow for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Ralph McClean and Lynette Fay present an evening of fun and fundraising.
The best in brand new, unsigned, under the radar Northern Irish and Irish music
Live coverage of the build-up to the G8 summit including a visit by the US President.
A weekend-long journey through 60 years of pop charts, from the Queen's coronation onwards
Did a concert by U2 and Ash save the Good Friday Agreement?
To preserve and improve the Antrim coast road would cost millions, but is now the time?
Frank Ormsby, Anne Tannahill and Cahal Dallat discuss the poet John Hewitt.
Andrea Rea looks back at life before the Second World War.
Walter Love joins members of the Salvation Army as they prepare for the festive season.
Declan Curry visits Belleek Pottery in Fermanagh, a firm where survival is the watchword.
John Bennett presents a selection of highlights from Radio Ulster over the last year.
Stephen Nolan looks back at a year of award-winning output from BBC Radio Ulster.
Stephen Nolan looks back at a year of award-winning radio.
Stephen Nolan looks back at a year of award-winning music, news, comedy and documentary.
Stephen Nolan looks back at a year of award-winning music, news, comedy and documentaries.
Alan Simpson presents highlights from live performances on Radio Ulster over the last year
The pick of the Talk Back programmes from the last week on Radio Ulster
David Dunseith presents the pick of the Talk Back programmes from the last week.
Beth Nielsen Chapman presents a New Year's Eve special of her favourite songs.
A humorous take on all things Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh.
John Toal presents a St Patrick's night concert featuring the music of Bill Whelan.
A look at how politicians have dealt with the legacy of the Good Friday Agreement.
Mirenda Rosenberg celebrates the festive music of black artists from the 1950s onwards.
Andrea Rea looks at the life and poetry of Francis Ledwidge, killed at Ypres in 1917.
Higlights from the BBC TV series, now on Radio Ulster
Comedy news quiz
Topical panel show with Colin Murphy, Neil Delamere, Jake O'Kane and host Tim McGarry.
Stories, debate, reviews and guests on Radio Ulster's Irish language magazine show
Blasu a dadansoddi bwyd a diod o bob math.
Karen Kirby presents her choice of Irish music
Complete performances from artists recorded in venues from across Northern Ireland
Gaelic music programme
Dramatic reconstruction of the hearings about the events of Bloody Sunday
Caroline Nolan traces the origins of Ireland
Local drama set in the Belfast shipyard in the 1950s.
The story of Irish literature unfolds from early myths to the modern day
William Crawley brings you literary news, reviews, previews, interviews, features and chat
Terry McCorran wants Olympic medals on the peace line wall of his Belfast Boxing Academy.
Including Crusaders v Cliftonville at Seaview; Glentoran v Linfield at the Oval.
Kim Lenaghan with a selection of fine tunes to ease you into the morning. Including News.
Stephen Walker looks at what insights Irish independence can offer the Scottish people.
Belfast-born singer/songwriter Brian Kennedy and his Big Band join the Ulster Orchestra.
Brian O'Driscoll opens up about the highs and lows of his Lions' experiences.
Maze/Long Kesh peace centre architect Daniel Libeskind discusses his hopes for the future.
For Burns Night, join Helen Mark and guests for a traditional celebration.
Contributors of all ages talk about their favourite poems and songs by Robert Burns.