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.
David and Sandra Kerr talk to Pamela about completing 40 marathons with their son Aaron who’s been named one of the most influential disabled people this year. Singer, songwriter Lisa McHugh chats about her new song Watch Me which she performs at the end of the show. Rita joins rehearsals with Whiteabbey Primary School choir ahead of their Belfast Carols event in the SSE Arena.
Lady Mary Peters talks about her new book 'Passing the Torch' and actors Caroline Curran and Matthew Sharpe chat about their festive play ‘My Big Fat Belfast Christmas.’ Rita finds out how preparations are going for the biggest charity tractor run in Armagh, plus music from the fabulous singer Lilla Vargen.
Bestselling author Emma Heatherington chats about her latest novel Rewrite The Stars and how it inspired musical guest singer Gareth Dunlop who performs his track at the end of the show, Co Down man Kit Adams on taking charge at Port Lockroy the UK's most southerly post office in the Antarctic , plus Rita follows the Glass of Thrones trail in Belfast.
Bethany Barr, one of the Olympic Qualified Irish hockey players chats to Pamela, as well as the producer of popular TV series With This Ring and one of the happy couples. Rita takes a walk on the wild side with red squirrels, plus there's music from singer, songwriter Conor McGinty.
TV chef Jean Christophe Novelli tells Pamela what it's like being on the run in Celebrity Hunted and movie critic Brian Henry Martin recommends good Halloween films. Rita gets seasonal by making a pumpkin pie, plus there's music from singer, songwriter NAD.
Pamela gets a guide to modern Irish manners from hotelier Noel Cunningham and two of Northern Ireland's top Women Footballers Julie Nelson and Demi Vance chat about their chances ahead of their next round of Euro Qualifiers. Rita finds out about the challenges of running Belfast’s Cathedral as it marks a special milestone, plus there’s music from local duo Saint Sister.