Well-known faces, including Derry Girls and Game of Thrones actor Ian McElhinney, talk about what it was like to work in the entertainment industry in Northern Ireland during the Troubles.
With the EU ramping up the pressure on the Prime Minister in his attempts to get a Brexit deal, we speak to DUP MP Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, Sinn Féin MP Elisha McCallion and UUP MLA Steve Aiken. Amid fears that this could be the last chance saloon for Boris Johnson, we get the view from Brussels and Dublin. Plus, a panel of business experts outlines the impact of a no-deal on Northern Ireland.
Joe takes to the waters of Lough Erne in search of two very different things – litter and butterflies!
Head of Cinemagic Joan Burney Keatings and young filmmaker Carly Magee talk about the festival’s 30th birthday programme of events, Iain McCarthy, the man who crossed the Irish sea on a paddle board tells Pamela about his epic journey, Rita meets the Marvel Superheroes in London - plus former X-Factor contestant Eoghan Quigg performs.
Teachers who taught across Northern Ireland during the Troubles remember what schooldays were like at a time when crossfire, bombs, and bomb scares were part of everyday life.
We speak to the Secretary of State Julian Smith after he pledged to bring forward legislation within weeks to allow victims of historical sex abuse to be compensated. As Northern Ireland approaches 1,000 days without a functioning Executive, we ask the five main parties what can be done to restore power-sharing? Ken Reid and Tracey Magee have the latest from the Tory conference in Manchester plus Tony Blair's former right hand man Jonathan Powell shares his thoughts on the Brexit crisis.
Joe Mahon learns how to transport cattle to and from an island and how to survive when your farm becomes one – an island that is!
Pamela chats to Boyzone’s Keith Duffy about the band's final tour and his work for charity, Derry actress Bronagh Gallagher and her sister, producer Louise Gallagher chat about their movie A Bump Along The Way, Rita experiences grandeur aboard a cruise-liner plus there's music from country band All Folked Up.