An evocative sound portrait of Britain's largest lake, Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland.
Wind down the day with the best of music for this hour of the night
Wind down the day with late-night music. Old tunes, new tunes, heartsongs and headsongs.
Cherrie recalls some of the best album releases frrom 2007.
Join Cherie McIlwaine as she winds down the day with music selected for late at night.
Cherrie McIlwaine brings you the best in chilled out music
Colin Murray shares his passion for music and his own favourite tracks
Colin shares his passion for music and his own favourite tracks.
Eamon Friel plays music from across the spectrum, from Louis Armstrong to Frank Zappa.
Eamon presents an educated and easy-going guide to the popular music spectrum
With Kim Lenaghan. Wind down the day with the best of music for this hour of the night
Paul McClean shares his passion for music and his own favourite tracks
Stuart Bailie picks the best album tracks of 2007.
Stuart Bailie introduces an eclectic mix of sounds from funkadelic grooves to classic rock
Another chance to hear an archive programme recorded at May St Church in Belfast.
Stuart Bailie delivers an eclectic mix of music.
Late-night conversation and music
Stephen Walker remembers Sean Lester, the last secretary general of the League of Nations.
Barbara Collins reports on rising emigration levels in the Irish Republic.
Series profiling some of the most influential artists in traditional Irish music
About the impact of Graham Reid's Billy Plays 30 years after they were first broadcast
Mark-Anthony Turnage and Paul Muldoon commemorate 400 years of the Londonderry walls.
Colum Sands presents a unique concert from Tipperary troubadour Liam Clancy.
Olivia O'Leary explores the Roman Catholic tradition of Limbo.
A selection of the best contemporary jazz from the Irish jazz scene and around the world
Alison Finch joins thousands of hopefuls at the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival.
BBC Radio captures the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today
Laura Spence discovers why donkeys have a starring role in the Christmas story.
Vintage live sessions by Northern Irish artists from the BBC's rich and extensive archive
Natasha Sayee meets and talks with inspirational people from Northern Ireland
Series reflecting the memories of a wide selection of radio listeners
John Bennett takes a nostalgic look at the toys Santa left on Christmas mornings long ago.
Barbara Collins meets a woman who gave up a career to care for her 90 year old father.
Paul Muldoon reflects on the life and work of Louis MacNeice through archive broadcasts.
Glenn Patterson, Patricia Craig and Michael Longley discuss the poet Louis MacNeice.
Requests, dedications and good music to brighten up your afternoon