This week’s episode finds Joe deep into sewage under the streets of Belfast, but he comes up for air on the shores of Lough Erne.
Pamela is joined by Irish women's mixed martial artist Leah McCourt as she gears up for her next big professional fight. She also chats to Bernadette Hagans, a young woman who has been signed as a model after losing her leg through cancer - and Rita meets the Coronas ahead of their show in Belfast plus there's music from folk rockers The Logues.
This week Joe Mahon becomes a tourist, visiting picturesque Carnlough Harbour and the newly refurbished Gobbins Cliff Path on the Antrim coast.
Actress Geraldine Hughes chats about her one-woman play detailing her life from humble beginnings in Belfast to starring in Hollywood films, Rita is in Londonderry for the 400th anniversary of Derry’s Walls, Stendhal stars magician Rodd Hogg and singer Molly Hogg are in studio ahead of the upcoming festival, plus Molly performs.
In this episode Joe Mahon looks at very different bridges constructed for very different purposes, In Clady, Londonderry and Belfast
Pamela chats to leading forensic psychologist Kerry Daynes, Rita goes wild ocean vegetable harvesting on the Ards Peninsula, plus an interview and performance from DJ, singer and songwriter Christina Novelli.
In this episode, Joe Mahon looks at unusual lighthouses in Northern Ireland, and visits the upside down West Light on Rathlin Island and the Great Light, now based in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter.
A new series of Ulster Giants starts with presenter Joe Mahon taking to the railway visiting The Bleachgreen Railway viaducts and examining the challenges of laying the stretch of line between Downhill and Londonderry.