Paul Clark presents UTV's General Election 2019 programme with studio discussion with a number of guests.
Loving someone is one thing, living with them is altogether different matter so can our couples shed some light on the best way to successfully cohabitate…..?
Paddy Barnes on retiring from boxing and his plans for the future, Lego Man’ DJ Calvert is in the studio to show Pamela some of his builds and shares how he is inspiring local school children, Rita visits the panto cast at the Grand Opera House and learns about its colourful history, plus Irish folk bank Beoga perform.
Couples share with us some of their funnier experiences of childbirth and the moment they discovered that they were going to be parents.
With ten days to go until the General Election, we examine the constituency of North Down which is expected to produce one of the most unpredictable results of the contest. Deborah McAleese speaks to the four candidates who are battling it out to succeed Lady Sylvia Hermon. Plus, DUP Leader Arlene Foster is in the hot seat answering questions on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal and how to revive devolution.
Our couples leave no stone unturned as they tell tales on each other’s annoying habits.
With just over two weeks to go, the battle within nationalism for the Foyle Westminster seat is on a knife edge. Mark McFadden takes a look at the constituency profile. In the latest of our interviews with the five main parties Sinn Féin's Vice President Michelle O'Neill faces the questions. Plus Ken Reid digests the political headlines.