John O'Neill takes a trip inside Magilligan, Northern Ireland's oldest operating prison.
Gerry Anderson charts the rise of Ciaran Gribbin from gigging singer to INXS frontman.
Archie Fisher celebrates the songs of Scotland's most famous bard, Robert Burns.
Dan Gordon explores the world of the marching flute bands of Northern Ireland.
Hot topics, a varied music mix, and interviews with famous figures and local characters
Mark Patterson stands in for Alan Simpson to bring you with the best in popular music
Mark Patterson chats to Dara O'Briain and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.
Mark takes a musical walking tour of the city, dropping into shops and music venues.
The story of a Belfast family written by Joseph Tomelty.
Coverage of the memorial service for the former first minister and DUP leader Ian Paisley.
There are loads of great records, and Mickey will play as many as he can in two hours
Series exploring the big milestones in the lives of today's youth
Personal accounts of important staging posts in life
An interview with footballer Mark McGovern, his family and the surgeons who saved his life
Father Brian D'Arcy looks at the life and death of the controversial Saint Padre Pio.
Barbara Collins looks back at mixed Catholic and Protestant marriages of a century ago.
Charles Hazlewood explores the musical legacy of the first moon landing.
A round-up of the day's news and sport.
Radio Ulster's Sunday morning service from places of worship throughout Northern Ireland
From St Andrew's Church, Balligan, Co Down led by Canon John Bowley.
Fast-moving film quiz with Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode.
Wendy Austin asks notable figures their vision for the future of Northern Ireland
Kerry McLean presents a show dedicated to mothers everywhere.
Harry Gregg reflects on the impact of the Munich air disaster.
Michael Bradley presents a selection of performances from Music City Day held on 21 June.
John Toal and Kerry McLean keep the family entertained with music from great family movies
Teenagers from across Northern Ireland explain how they use music to express themselves
Andrea Rea explores music inspired by war and peace.
John Toal presents a homecoming concert for the Belfast-born composer.
Belfast poet Michael Longley presents some of his favourite pieces of music.
Gerry Anderson finds out why people in Ireland are seeing visions of the Virgin Mary.