National and international news from BBC Radio Ulster.
Steven Rainey traces the musical journeys and connections of lyrics, notes and performers.
BBC Radio Ulster joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Kim Lenaghan offers a relaxing way to begin Sunday morning, with music and conversation.
Ciaran Hinds introduces a series of letters written 100 years ago by Titanic passengers.
William Crawley and guests debate religious and ethical news. Including News.
A service from Bangor Abbey, conducted by Canon Ronnie Nesbitt.
Brian D'Arcy presents a sparkling selection of music, plus conversation and fun.
Sarah Brett with a mix of stories from the past week with a panel of opinion-makers.
Mark Devenport casts an expert eye over the week's events on the political scene.
Courtroom drama, as farmer Thomas Ryan sues the owners of the Titanic for his son's death.
Lynette Fay with music from across the decades that the whole family will enjoy.
4/15 Ulster Fleadh 2012, the legend of Finvola, the United Ulster History Forum & Cara Dillon.
Mirenda Rosenberg takes us on a journey of musical discovery through the world of gospel.
Noel Battye introduces listeners' requests for their favourite sacred music.
National and international news from BBC Radio Ulster, plus sport headlines.
Robbie Hannan presents traditional Irish music from contemporary and archival recordings.
Classic 1950s albums on CD, such as trumpeter Joe Newman and saxophonist Illinois Jacquet.
John Toal presents a weekly classical music show with popular classics and new releases.
John Bennett presents music to soothe away the problems of the week gone by.
Linley Hamilton eases you into a new week with a selection of the best contemporary jazz.
Monday 23 April 2012