This programme focuses on one of the most high profile contests of the election where the DUP's Nigel Dodds is facing tough competition to retain his North Belfast seat. Representatives of the five smaller parties set out their stalls ahead of the Christmas ballot. Plus, Colum Eastwood is in the hot seat in the latest of our interviews with the main party leaders.
Joe finally lands some fish on Lough Erne and gets a chance to put some back, as he learns about bream, roach, eels and the dreaded zebra mussels.
Bestselling author Emma Heatherington chats about her latest novel Rewrite The Stars and how it inspired musical guest singer Gareth Dunlop who performs his track at the end of the show, Co Down man Kit Adams on taking charge at Port Lockroy the UK's most southerly post office in the Antarctic , plus Rita follows the Glass of Thrones trail in Belfast.
This week we're examining the battle for the Westminster seat in South Belfast. In what is being viewed as a major push to try and oust the sitting MP we speak to the candidates in the running as well as members of the business community. Plus, in the second of our interviews with party leaders, the Ulster Unionist party's Steve Aiken talks Brexit and being on the election campaign trail.
Couples get down on one knee, well some of them anyway, to confess how they popped the “big question”.
The light-hearted series that finds out what floats our married boats in Northern Ireland… Couples kiss and tell, revealing how they fell head over heels with the one they love.
Joe gets to wield a sword at the Inniskillings Museum and takes part in an “Emigrant’s Wake” on the shores of the Upper Lough.
Bethany Barr, one of the Olympic Qualified Irish hockey players chats to Pamela, as well as the producer of popular TV series With This Ring and one of the happy couples. Rita takes a walk on the wild side with red squirrels, plus there's music from singer, songwriter Conor McGinty.