Just how big an impact has the action plan to take on paramilitaries been making? Nolan quizzes the PSNI. This programme has been edited since transmission.
£25 million to ramp up the war on paramilitaries. The money will be spent over the next five years on a new joint taskforce group. The plans are part of a commitment to tackle paramilitary activity in Northern Ireland, set out in the Fresh Start agreement almost two years ago. The chief constable says Loyalist and Republican groups involved in a range of organised crime will be targeted. Stephen spoke to Chief Superintendent Tim Mairs.
Also on the programme, the owner of a Belfast restaurant has faced a social media backlash over a promotional sign outside his premises which read: "You can beat the wife but you can't beat a £5 lunch." Ribs and Bibs based on Botanic Avenue later posted an apology for causing offence. The owner Malachi Turner joined Stephen along with Louise Kennedy, policy and information coordinator at Women's Aid NI.
And, a daughter desperate to access home care package for her mother contacts the show.
Please note this programme has been edited since transmission.