Paul Reilly presents highlights from this year's St Patrick's Day celebrations taking place in Northern Ireland and Dublin.
This special edition of the programme comes from Derry and Westminster on the day it was announced that one soldier will face two murder charges and four attempted murder charges for his alleged actions on Bloody Sunday. We get reaction from victims' families and political representatives. Plus Marc Mallett digests the drama at Westminster after the Commons voted for an extension to delay Brexit.
August – it’s all systems go as harvest starts.
Join Julian Simmons and a host of local celebrities on a trip down memory lane as they reminisce about what life was like growing up in Northern Ireland. In this final edition, we look at local sporting heroes and keep fit trends with Gene Fitzpatrick, boxer Paddy Barnes and UTV’s Ruth Gorman.
As Theresa May made a dash for last-minute Brexit talks, our team digests the PM's statement on the negotiations and her assertion that she has secured legally-binding changes to the backstop on the eve of a crucial vote in the House of Commons. Plus ahead of Thursday's PPS announcement on Bloody Sunday we talk to Kate Nash and Conservative MP Bob Stewart.
Former IBF World Champion Ryan Burnett is in the UTV Life studio giving his first TV interview since his injury last year, Pamela chats to magician Dynamo about his latest show Times Are Gone For Honest Men, plus there's music from Anton Glackin.
Sharon O'Neill speaks to those on the front line fighting the war against Northern Ireland's drug problem. She reveals the stories behind the statistics and asks the questions you want answered.
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Join Julian Simmons and a host of local celebrities on a trip down memory lane as they reminisce about what life was like growing up in Northern Ireland. Love is in the air this week as we look at romance with Conor Grimes and Alan McKee, Philomena Begley and UTV’s Paul Clark.