From BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle
Bird expert Dot Blakeley from Bangor Harbour on the lookout for black Guillemots.
Anne Marie McAleese finds out how The First Presbyterian Church pipe organ works.
We mark the first anniversary of the death of Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes on his adventurous life
Anne Marie talks to Brian Meharg author of the new book 'The Legend of Jenny Watt'
Original archive recorded by Jim Harris 50 years ago in the Bogside during the Troubles.
Sean gets melancholy about modes of transport.
Willie Harbison remembers growing up in the County Antrim seaside village
Joining Wendy, Kerry and William this week is Julian Simmons and Kerri Quinn.
Gráinne Morrison joined the North West locals who brave the open water all year round.
Dan talks to Gerry about the extraordinary life of the Belfast comedian
Colin leads the way on the chocolate puns after hearing about the spillage in Germany.
Firefighter Paul Burns on the Aremnian earthquake of 1988 which killed 25,000 people
Paula Hilman is the head of the PSNI's Public Protection Branch.
Clare Asquith says Shakespeare wrote coded messages in support of oppressed Catholics
Brian Mitchell on compiling old Derry Standard newspaper photographs for a new book.
The actor talks about the final series of Fortitude and his impressive career to date
Myra Murray from Glenariffe explains to Josephine Mulvenna why the place is so special.
Dr Cliff Henry on the arrival of Narycia Duplicella, a camouflaged species of Micro-Moth.
The importance of the window lists the men and women who served during the great war.
Peter McParland on his place he knows so well in County Armagh.
Does it work or not...?
John Toal presents a literary-themed concert for Book Week NI 2018.
Jane Reihill grew up at Irvinestown Railway Station, a building that goes back to 1866.
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