Pamela chats to Siobhan McSweeney who plays Sister Michael from Derry Girls and teen country star Owen Mac performs. Rita finds out how the Guildhall clock springs forward for summer time.
October: Eleven thousand Christmas turkey chicks arrive in Termonfeckin, while the rest of the farmers make the most of the summer sun.
On this week's programme, former Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain calls for the Westminster government to urgently convene a crisis summit in a bid to restore the Executive. He warns that a completely new approach is needed from both the Prime Minster and the Taoiseach. We also ask representatives of the five main parties whether they have any solutions on the way forward. Plus, global activist Carmen Perez has a message for those in Northern Ireland who feel disengaged from the democratic process.
Pamela is joined by Sam and Joan McCready discussing their latest production about Belfast in the 1930s at the Lyric, Rita goes dockside for a sneak peak at HMS Caroline's new visitors' centre. There's laughs with comedian Sean Hegarty and former Ireland Rugby player Paddy Wallace looks forward to the game of the year. We get in the mood for St Patrick's Day with music from The Rapparees.
September - the heavy rain and warm weather is playing havoc with the farmers' plans this month.
On the programme, the Secretary of State defends her decision to consult with political parties before making a final decision on whether to cut MLAs' pay. We've commentary and analysis in the studio of the now infamous no deal at Stormont. Plus, leading academic Katy Hayward offers her thoughts on where now for Brexit as Donald Tusk says it's Ireland first.
Sooty and Richard Cadell join Pamela in the studio as well as horse-racing author Anne Holland. Rita catches up with Ireland team at the World Butchers Challenge, plus there's a performance from Nashville singer Jenn Bostic.