A special investigation looks at the ongoing fall-out from the Bank Buildings blaze that changed the face of Belfast city centre.
Up Close reveals the 999 call that first raised the alarm, when no one could have realised the extent of the impact the Primark fire would have, and takes a look inside the charred remains with never-before-seen drone footage.
This week we've reaction from Westminster to the Commons statement by the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox on the backstop and his admission that some aspects of it could "become permanent" if it were to be used. Ahead of the crucial Brexit vote, business leaders who're on opposite sides of the debate thrash out the implications of the deal for Northern Ireland. Plus, in a special report from the Strabane/Lifford border we speak to people about how the agreement could impact their daily lives.
Pamela chats to artist Aly Harte, the Pro Bono Choir members Joe Rice and Karl McGuckin plus Rita joins rehearsals for the Dance with a Difference.
DUP MP Sammy Wilson and Sinn Féin's Máirtín Ó Muilleoir join us for a special edition of the show, which examines the political and economic future for Northern Ireland amid the continuing Brexit crisis at Westminster. We, also speak to the Secretary of State as she tours Northern Ireland trying to sell the Brexit deal plus in an in depth interview the former president of the Methodist Church, Reverend Harold Good tells us that he believes many younger protestants are thinking twice about a 'New Ireland'.
Pamela chats to Daniel O'Donnell all the way from his American tour, Cara Dillon is in the studio, and Rita celebrates 50 years of the Lyric Theatre.
In her first Northern Ireland TV interview since the DUP party conference, Arlene Foster tells the programme that the apology over RHI made at the gathering was a personal as well as a party one. We, also get reaction from both sides on the EU deal after a group of business leaders met the four Remain parties and the DUP at Stormont. Speaking publicly for the first time a co. Down based businessman warns that the fishing industry could be finished if the EU agreement becomes reality.
Pamela meets the 11-year-old boy who climbed Kilamanjaro, Irish singer Tommy Fleming performs, and Rita joins the children from Puddle Ducks nursery on a visit to a care home in east Belfast.