Will takes the ferry across the Irish Sea to assess identity in Northern Ireland.
Two Northern Irish writers reflect on life alongside Belfast’s peacelines.
Laura visits Belfast to gauge its musical temperature with composers and performers.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the role of the clergy during the Northern Ireland Troubles.
Behind the scenes with a new generation of curators, Art, and startling exhibits.
Can those caught up in Northern Ireland's Troubles achieve justice? Peter Taylor reports.
Sheila Dillon meets Northern Ireland's chefs and producers leading a food renaissance.
Ruth Sanderson asks if Northern Ireland politics are increasingly neither orange nor green
Chris Page examines the state of play between Irish nationalism and unionism.
The final programme in Diarmaid Ferriter's look back at a turbulent Anglo-Irish century.
Sheila Dillon visits Northern Ireland where food is being used to drive economic growth.
As Derry-Londonderry becomes the UK City of Culture, William Crawley considers identity.
Marie-Louise Muir revisits youth orchestras set up during the Troubles in Northern Ireland
Rising racism in Northern Ireland - but who is behind it? Helen Grady investigates.
Controversies behind the NYC St Patrick's Day parade: Gay rights and Northern Ireland.
A discussion on the different ways of understanding the world around us.
Alan Dein talks to former RUC officers in Northern Ireland who have taken up writing.
Fergal Keane looks at how the challenge of change ignited violence in Northern Ireland.
Linda Pressly investigates the impact of the latest Northern Ireland violence.