John Toal meets former death-row inmates at a retreat for victims of wrongful conviction.
To Whom it May Concern
Proinsias O'Coinn sets out to untangle the secret history of a vintage army jacket.
Split the Sap
Marty Cullen writes a traditional song for the Armagh sport of bullets.
A Week in the Life of My Granny
A 75 year old woman running her own farm has taken active retirement to a new level.
Crystal, Clay and Cloth - The Artisans of East Tyrone
An exploration of the once flourishing crafts in east Tyrone.
All Children Together: The Story of Lagan College
A look back at the hard-fought campaign to establish NI's first integrated school.
The Icemen Cometh
Reporter Nigel Ringland looks back at the highs and lows of the Belfast Giants.
The Unforgettable Gig: When U2 Rocked The Kings Hall
The story of U2's 1987 concert in Belfast to promote the release of The Joshua Tree.
Keep On Running
Freya McClements investigates the popularity of running in Northern Ireland.
David Hume uncovers tales of smuggling in the 18th and 19th century.
Notes from the Camino, Part 2
Gerry Kelly completes his journey along the final stretch of the Camino de Santiago.
The DUP Deal
Chris Page examines the deal struck by the DUP with the Conservatives in June 2017.
Buds, Blues and Yellows
Kelly Bonner hears the stories about prescription drug addiction.
Broke City asks why Londonderry is consistently at the bottom of the table.
Thalidomide: The Mother of All Battles
The campaign to bring the German government to account for the thalidomide scandal.
A Question of Identity
Mark Carruthers explores Northern Irishness.
The Recovery Cafe
In the Recovery Cafe, recovering addicts find strength through the power of music.
My Secret Wig
Brian Kernohan explores the hidden world of the hairpiece.
In the Footsteps
Lynette Fay retraces the footsteps of Northern Ireland's first civil rights march.
Telling Troubles Tales
Mark Carruthers explores the growing business of conflict tourism in Northern Ireland
Rugby on Trial
Robbie Meredith examines the introduction of behavioural classes for rugby players.
Did a Serial Killer Murder my Sister?
A County Tyrone woman insists her sister was the victim of a serial killer.
Driving Bill Drummond
Artist Bill Drummond has just five days to drive to every county in Ireland.
A email from a stranger leads to an unexpected friendship.
The Silk Bow
Marty Cullen meets the Japanese people who are obsessed with Irish traditional music.
Clare Smyth – Super-Chef
Jayne McCormack traces the journey of super-chef Clare Smyth.
After the Final Whistle
Aileen Moynagh talks to people on the other side of high-level sport.
Cyril Lord - Carpet King: Part One
The story of the spectacular rise and fall of Cyril Lord, the millionaire carpet king.
Cyril Lord – The Carpet King: Part Two
Who Needs Politicians Anyway?
Chris Page looks at how Northern Ireland is coping without a government.
On The Buses - From Swatragh to the World
Ballymena man Paul Clegg is at the heart of the world's underground music industry.
Marty Cullen discovers the extremes males push their bodies to become larger than life.
Notes from the Camino, Part 1
Gerry Kelly travels along the Camino de Santiago to explore why so many make the journey.
Gerry Kelly completes his journey along the Camino de Santiago to Santiago de Compostela.
Ship, Wreck and Ruin
Rick Faragher reports on the shipwrecks that may be at rest in the coastal waters of NI.
Why has the economic performance of Northern Ireland's second city been so bad?
Picture Perfect Life
Laura Trueman reports on the real impact of living with 24/7 social media.
When Home Hurts
NI women struggling to find safety after violence at the hands of a partner.
The story of Ellen Murray, a leading light in Northern Ireland's transgender community.
Notes from the Camino
My Living World
Hannah Stitfall and guest discuss a selection from the Living World archive
Executioners, Egypt and The Family Home
Susan Morrison finds out about The Family Home and goes on the trail of two executioners.
Alan Stennett with farming community news, issues and prices.
Flowers, Adders and Arabian Horses
A call to buy local flowers, adders in the garden and Arabian horses in Llandeilo.
Vision Care for Homeless People
Poet John Hegley makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Vision Care for Homeless People