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BBC Northern Ireland has appointed Neil Brittain as Executive Editor of BBC Sport NI.
This year fans can watch all eight games from the Ulster Senior Football Championship in full. Four games will be shown live and deferred coverage of the other four ties will be broadcast later.
Céim in Airde is a new BBC Northern Ireland seven part digital series produced by BBC Gaeilge to support pupils through the CCEA, GCE A2 Unit 3 Irish examination.
Join presenter David Maxwell and Claire Barnett from RSPB NI, live on BBC Radio Ulster on International Dawn Chorus Day (Sunday 5 May), as they link up with radio colleagues in RTÉ in the Republic of Ireland, across Europe and down under to Australia to celebrate this ornithological opera.
Written by newcomer David Allen and directed by Declan Recks (The Truth Commissioner) Counsel is a new drama from BBC Northern Ireland telling the story of Olivia Harley, a female barrister who complicates her professional and personal life when she takes on the case of a young client.
BBC Northern Ireland goes on the road with Snow Patrol, as they play a series of concerts in America.
On top of the world - Ebrington Primary School and Thornhill College win BBC Northern Ireland School Choir Of The Year
Thornhill College and Ebrington Primary School, Londonderry have been named as Northern Ireland’s top senior and junior school choirs in the live final of BBC Northern Ireland School Choir Of The Year.
Six excited school choirs from across Northern Ireland showcase their talents as they compete to win in the live final from the Ulster Hall, Belfast on Sunday 7 April at 2pm and will be recorded for the first time for BBC NI television.
BBC Writersroom has named the writers for the fourth series of The Break, which will come from Northern Ireland. The project will see their films produced and broadcast on BBC Three.
Escape the norm and get a taste of something different with Blas: 5x5 (Thursday, 21 March, 7pm, BBC Radio Ulster) the new and ‘unofficial’ world chart that plays five Number One songs from five different countries around the world.
Two-time Olympic bronze winner Paddy Barnes has his heart set on a different sort of medal - the Fáinne Airgid, a silver ring-shaped pin given to those with a good level of spoken Irish.
The St Patrick’s Day GAA and rugby Schools’ Cup Finals - played this year on Monday, 18 March - will be live on BBC Sport NI.
BBC Northern Ireland has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Digital Catapult Northern Ireland, a digital technology innovation centre co-funded by the Department for the Economy and Digital Catapult UK, which drives early adoption of digital technologies throughout Northern Ireland.
As BBC Radio Foyle turns 40, join the station for a celebration of the broadcasting legend that was Gerry Anderson.
As a Global Ambassador at Women Who Code, Sheree Atcheson is flying the flag for a new generation of women entering the IT industry. She will be leading the BBC Make It: Super Assembly on Thursday 21 February at 2pm.
The search is on to find Northern Ireland’s top junior and senior school choirs.
Blas Ceoil, BBC Radio Ulster’s weekly bi-lingual contemporary folk music programme celebrates its 10th birthday this week with a special concert recorded in the Glassworks, Derry.
Former British and Irish Lions and Ireland player Jamie Heaslip along with Scotland captain John Barclay are the latest rugby union stars to join the BBC’s line-up for the upcoming 2019 Guinness Six Nations Championship.
“We patrol the border, but we’re here to let you through.” So say the crack team of Soft Border Patrol officers (SBP), who return with a new five-part series on BBC One Northern Ireland, hitting the highways and byways of Northern Ireland with their very own special brand of ‘border patrolling’.
BBC Northern Ireland will broadcast the final of the Country Antrim Shield live online and on BBC Radio Ulster on Tuesday 5 February.
New BBC One Northern Ireland series The Search explores the impact on families when a loved one goes missing
A new series for BBC One Northern Ireland explores the impact on families when a loved one goes missing, and meets the Community Rescue Service volunteers who drop everything to find them.
Many people can feel lonely at different times in their lives. It can affect anyone, and for any number of reasons. For some, this experience is temporary but for others the effects of loneliness can be harder to deal with and overcome.
Killian Scott (Strike) and Sarah Greene (Penny Dreadful) are detectives Rob Reilly and Cassie Maddox in Dublin Murders, a new psychological crime thriller for BBC One, Starz and RTÉ with support from Northern Ireland Screen.
BBC Northern Ireland is continuing its tradition of BBC Christmas Preview Screenings in Belfast, and this year there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Adventurer Leon McCarron dreamed about going to the Arctic since he was a child. Now he has the chance to retrace the epic 1856 voyage of one of his great heroes, and international celebrity, Lord Dufferin.
Aim High is back! The new entrant training scheme for aspiring TV producers returns. Northern Ireland Screen and BBC Northern Ireland are looking for motivated, passionate storytellers to take part in this prestigious training scheme.
Ups and Downs, one of two stand-alone dramas being made as part of BBC Northern Ireland’s pilot New Perspectives initiative, is currently filming at locations across Belfast and surrounding areas.
BBC Academy’s Digital Cities Belfast Week (#DigiBelfast) returns this autumn from Tuesday 6 November until Friday 16 November with a series of free events and workshops aimed at finding new talent, developing skills and bringing the creative sector together.
BBC Gaeilge, BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle will be luring listeners and viewers into Londonderry’s underworld on 31 October to enjoy the climax of the city’s famous Hallowe’en carnival.
Following an ambitious four years of coverage to mark the centenary of the First World War, this November the BBC will mark Remembrance Week 2018, and the end of the war across TV, radio and online.
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Nadine Coyle joins the cast of BBC Northern Ireland’s Soft Border Patrol in a cameo role. The Londonderry-born singer stars alongside comedian Shane Todd as filming gets underway for the new five-part series.
BBC Radio Ulster/Foyle remains the most listened to radio station in Northern Ireland, according to the latest RAJAR (Radio Joint Audio Research) figures for Quarter Three (reporting July-September) 2018.
We’ve all got one. Something we love doing, a thing we’ve always wanted to do or just a thing we could do. Whatever it is, when we do it, we can really make a difference.
It’s a landscape of epic vistas and breath-taking panoramas. The Mournes is an area of outstanding natural beauty that has inspired writers and artists, providing solace and a livelihood for visitors and those who call it home.
New BBC Northern Ireland commission Hot Right Now will see some of the stars from Beauty Queen And Single reunite to discuss what’s hot and what’s not in Northern Ireland.
BBC Radio 1 and television presenter Phil Taggart is returning to his old school to speak to pupils about his days there and how he got into broadcasting. Phil will visit Christian Brothers Grammar in Omagh on Friday, 19 October, to talk about his journey from musician to Radio 1 presenter as part of the BBC Make It: Super Assembly.
The BBC’s Factual commissioning department has reaffirmed its commitment to programmes made outside of London with today’s announcement of more than 100 hours of television due on air over the next 12 months.
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