As Stormont unveils another Covid financial package for struggling businesses, we ask industry leaders if it will be enough?
Joe Mahon makes a final trip to all corners of the Foyle in the company of painters poets,writers,historians,fishermen and farmers.That’s three people in total!
We examine the state of relations within the Executive after the recent row over whether to extend Covid-19 restrictions.
Joe Mahon helps at the flax harvest in the Laggan Valley,Co Donegal, explores life and poetry of Sarah Leech and learns some facts about Ulster-Scots migration
Amid hopes of a coronavirus vaccine breakthrough, Stormont ministers fail to reach a decision over whether to relax coronavirus restrictions in Northern Ireland
Joe Mahon delves into the archives to tell the story of the famous Magilligan carrot and visits the fields of gold at Broighter on the shores of Lough Foyle.
A comprehensive interview with the Secretary of State on the Covid pandemic, progressing legacy issues and Brexit.
Joe visits Silverbrook Mills on the banks of the Burn Dennett river and tells the forgotten story of John Pitt Kennedy and the Lough Ash Agricultural School.
As Covid patients overwhelm our hospitals we hear from an emergency consultant on the frontline.
Joe Mahon helps plant native trees on the banks of the River Faughan and discovers some fascinating letters sent back home by 19th century emigrants.
Can the Executive overcome the political row sparked by comments made by DUP Minister Edwin Poots about coronavirus infection rates?
Joe Mahon visits Movanagher Fish Farm and witnesses the release of hundreds of rainbow trout into an artificial lake right on top of Binevenagh Mountain.
With the Executive split on the type of lockdown to impose we speak to the DUP and Sinn Féin.
Joe Mahon helps to build “leaky dams” on the River Faughan and helps himself to some “haggis, neaps and tatties” at a Newtownstewart Burns Night.
The Republic’s government rejects pressure to move to near lockdown so how will this move impact on Stormont’s roadmap for the coming months?
Joe Mahon joins the Foyle Ambassadors for a clean-up of the riverbank at the Strabane Canal, and traces the Scottish origins of “Bessie Bell and Mary Gray”.
Stormont's Junior ministers discuss the Covid crisis and the stalemate over the NI part of the Brexit deal.
Joe Mahon gets a bird’s eye view of the extraordinary landscapes of the Myroe Levels and meets a Roe angler who has just notched up salmon number 1,000.
Will the extension of localised restrictions prevent the need for another lockdown?
Joe Mahon explores the catchment and tributaries of the River Foyle,a journey with many twists and turns,beginning with the pilgrim route to Lough Derg.