March: Valentine is rescuing bees from starvation in Down while in Tyrone, there are early morning arrivals for the McGoverns.
Eamonn Mallie meets former Irish and Ulster rugby star, Stephen Ferris.
As the Executive settles down to business the man holding the purse strings tells us of his plans to try and fix Stormont's big money problems. In a wide-ranging interview Conor Murphy explains why he thinks the funding package attached to the deal isn't sustainable. Plus, a special report examines if new rules for special advisers will go any way in helping to restore public confidence in the institutions.
A special show from the Farmer's Bash at the SSE Arena, Belfast. Pamela Ballantine chats to the stars of the local country music scene including Derek Ryan and Cliona Hagan, Rita goes back stage and interviews artists and there's performances from the big concert.
Singer, songwriter Tommy Fleming performs and chats about his plans for 2020. Also, pig farmer Robbie Neill tells us what to expect as popular series Rare Breed returns to our screens, and Rita visits a farm in Helen's Bay to take a look at the health benefits of an organic diet.
February - In Tyrone, Jack's under pressure to win the 'Star of the Future' while Vet Diane deals with an emergency.
In a new series Eamonn Mallie meets one of Ireland's best-known priests & broadcasters - Father Brian D'Arcy
With Stormont now back in business after three years in the political wilderness, the first programme of 2020 hears from the five parties, leaders in health and business and expert commentators on the many challenges facing the new Assembly.