After the first sitting of the Stormont Assembly in over two and a half years ended in acrimony, this week's programme hears from senior figures of the five main parties. As some MLA's used the meeting to try and stop changes to abortion laws here, we speak to two women who've had terminations. Plus, we've the latest from London on the Brexit stalemate.
Rita has an exclusive interview with actress Saoirse Ronan, Pamela chats to Jimi Hendrix's daughter Tayo talks about her career as an artist, plus singer-songwriter Ben Glover performs a song from his latest album with the Orphan Brigade.
This special edition View From Stormont comes live from Brussels with the latest reaction to the new Brexit deal agreed between the Prime Minister and the EU.
We speak to Northern Ireland's MEP's and the European Parliament's Vice-President Mairead McGuinness. Plus, there's analysis from our political team and a panel of experts.
Social workers who worked in trouble hotspots during the conflict in Northern Ireland share their experiences.
We hear what it was like to work with paramilitaries in the Maze prison during the height of the violence and the reality of dealing with life-or-death situations.
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.
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.