BBC Radio Ulster joins BBC Radio 5 live.
The day's news with Karen Patterson and Noel Thompson.
Plans for 240 houses in Drumahoe are put on hold over flooding fears.
Local and national news updates.
Furious traders call for burnt-out building to be demolished.
Mary in Belfast thinks Sean won't retire because he gets his money easy.
William Crawley debates challenging issues and talks to the people making the headlines.
A lunchtime round-up of all the local, national and international news.
A call for the Meenan Square bonfire site in the Bogside to be fully redeveloped.
Join Kerry for All Request Thursday and the latest movie reviews.
Stephen McCauley with requests, dedications and lots of good music.
Seamus McKee presents the big news stories. Plus weather, sport and travel.
Programmes will resume at 18:30
Marie-Louise Muir dives into the world of arts and culture, including a weekly music guide
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio Ulster.
Stephen McCauley presents his weekly show, featuring music from The Cyclist and Lojacker.
Reviewer Steven Cockcroft joins Ralph to discuss the Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
The Whitstein Brothers, Big Joe Turner and Bruce Springsteen in Dublin.
Music from Colter Wall, Jennifer Warnes and SHEL.
Friday 7 September 2018