Sharon O'Neill investigates the hold paramilitaries still have over some communities in Northern Ireland twenty years after the Good Friday Agreement.
On the show are actors Dame Penelope Wilton and Art Parkinson, as well as director of the movie Zoo Colin McIvor to talk about the movie and the real-life story of the baby elephant which survived in Belfast during the Second World War.
Rita has been to help Tollymore National Outdoor Centre celebrate its 50th birthday.
Joe Mahon has left the hidden gems of Lesser Spotted Journeys to find out about our unsung Ulster Giants and we are singing the Blues with Lee Hedley.
As another crunch EU summit looms, the last programme of the season hears from Northern Ireland's MEPs in Brussels as well as ITV's Europe Editor James Mates. We discuss the prospect of a breakthrough on the border question almost two years on since the UK voted to leave the European Union. Also, ahead of the DUP leader's attendance at an LGBT event in Stormont, our panel of commentators debate whether Arlene Foster's reaching out gestures are reaping rewards. Plus, the former Alliance leader David Ford
opens up about the highs and lows of his long career as he gets ready to leave the political stage.
This week's programme features a sit-down interview with Sinn Féin's vice-president Michelle O'Neill following the party's meeting with the Prime Minister in Westminster. Tracey Magee reports from London on the significance of the talks with Theresa May which focused on the powersharing impasse and the issue of the border in Brexit negotiations. Also, we examine how the DUP leader's recent gestures of outreach are being received by members of the LGBT and Irish language communities. Plus ahead of next week's crunch EU summit in Brussels the business broadcaster Jamie Delargy and the former senior Irish diplomat Ray Bassett discuss the continuing battles over the UK's exit from the EU.
Ahead of a big week in Parliament for Brexit, we hear from representatives from five of the main parties in Northern Ireland on the proposed backstop solution, plus ITV Europe Editor James Mates analyses the growing pressures facing Theresa May. Also, in a wide-ranging interview, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar talks at length to our Deputy Political Editor Tracey Magee about Brexit, a border poll and the need for a joint initiative from the British and Irish governments to restore Stormont. And following another round of quiet talks involving senior republicans and loyalists, we ask what a successful outcome might look like.
On UTV Life - It's a cracker - its the way Dan Gordon portrays Frank Carson on stage. Pamela will be chatting to the photographer who has worked with Hollywood A-listers on movies like Mission Impossible and Star Wars. Rita went to the Ards Peninsula to meet hard working honey bees. And Singer Triona performs her latest song live
This week DUP MP Ian Paisley and Sinn Féin MLA Máirtín Ó Muilleoir debate claims that some nationalists may vote for the DUP over their stance on abortion following the Republic's abortion referendum. With time running out in the Brexit negotiations to get a solution on the border issue we talk to experts Katy Hayward and Jamie Delargy. And a group of business leaders tell us why they're calling for a change in the law to allow the civil service to take critical decisions in the absence of devolution.
Pammie chats to actress Caroline Curran and director Andrea Montgomery on the latest installment of the smash hit Fifty Shades of Red, White and Blue and crime writer Steve Cavanagh plus there's music from Ryan McMullan and an exclusive interview with Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody,