Lady Mary Peters chats about raising one million pounds for her 80th birthday to help young athletes, Cliona Hagan tells Pamela about her time on Dancing with the Stars and there’s music from Cormac Neeson from The Answer.
Westminster may be enjoying an Easter break but Brexit still dominates the political picture. This week we hear from DUP MP Gregory Campbell and Sinn Féin MLA John O'Dowd who debate what they see as the way forward. Newry farmer and leave voter Keith Murdoch tells us of the impact of the continuing uncertainty on his business. Plus, Deborah McAleese has a special report on why it takes so long for our justice system to deal with cases involving children who are victims of sexual assault.
December – As the year draws to a close, the turkey sale is in full swing, a new dairy is planned and farmers reflect.
Rock icon Suzi Quatro chats about her career and new album and performs her single No Soul/No Control. Brain Man David Meade is back on the show and to bamboozle Pamela with another trick.
Can the Brexit deadlock be broken through cross party talks with Labour ahead of this week's no deal deadline? Marc Mallett and Ken Reid get the view from Westminster as Tracey Magee who's in Brussels looks ahead to another emergency EU summit. And as Theresa May seemingly bypasses the DUP, we assess the party's position in the Brexit process so far.
Well known names in sport talk to Pamela about raising awareness of athletes' health, former X Factor contestants Sean and Conor Price talk about touring plus Rita catches up with former Lord of the Dance lead dancer Lara Milner.
November – As the Christmas tree harvest starts, the pressure is on Richard at the biggest cattle sale of the year.
As MPs again rejected a series of alternatives to Theresa May's Brexit deal in the Commons, the show asks where next for the Brexit process? With the DUP's decision to vote against rather than abstain in the votes proving crucial, we speak to the party's Westminster's leader Nigel Dodds and get reaction from the SDLP, Alliance and the Ulster Unionist Party. Plus, after meeting the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels we speak to Sinn Féin Vice-President.