BBC Radio Ulster joins BBC Radio 5 live.
National and international news from BBC Radio Ulster.
Kim Lenaghan offers a relaxing way to begin Sunday morning, with music and conversation.
William Crawley and guests debate the week's religious and ethical news.
A religious reflection for a Sunday morning.
Brian D'Arcy delves into his wide knowledge of music to play tracks just right for Sunday.
Robbie Meredith hears from members of Pentecostal and charismatic churches. (R)
The pick of the big stories from the past seven days on GMU, Talkback and Evening Extra.
Cherrie McIlwaine offers keen gardeners the latest advice, news and visits to gardens. (R)
1/3 Young people from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales talk about life under devolution. (R)
Lynette Fay with music from across the decades that the whole family will enjoy.
6/15 Uncover Ulster-Scots culture, history and language from around the country.
Local singer-songwriter Robin Mark in concert, with members of the New Irish Orchestra.
Noel Battye introduces listeners' requests for their favourite sacred music.
Traditional Irish music from contemporary and archive recordings with Robbie Hannan.
Walter Love plays recordings by distinguished pianists, Oscar Peterson and Hampton Hawes.
The BBC and Arts Council of Northern Ireland Young Musicians' Platform Award winners.
John Bennett presents late-night music to soothe away the problems of the week gone by.
Monday 13 January 2014