With stage one of Brexit now complete and the Assembly back up and running we discuss the many challenges that lie ahead with the the First Minister Arlene Foster. In a wide-ranging interview the DUP leader admitted that her party will never agree with Sinn Féin on legacy issues. There's a special report on the countdown to the General Election in the Republic and the Victims' Commissioner joins us in the studio to share her views on the pension scheme for those injured in the Troubles.
Former Ulster and Ireland Rugby player Andy Ward and UTV Sports Correspondent Ruth Gorman discuss Ireland’s chances in the Six Nations, Pamela chats to Herstory founder Melanie Lynch, writer and director Marie Jones and pupil and artist Eliza McGourty about the festival which is casting a light on women in history, Rita meets the craftsmen in Co Down who are making beautiful musical instruments and singer George Hutton performs.
This Brexit special gets the view from Brussels, London, Dublin and the border.
The first Vice-President of the European Parliament, Irish MEP Mairead McGuinness provides the mood from Europe.
While DUP MP Jeffrey Donaldson and Sinn Féin MLA Declan Kearney tell us what the path to solving post Brexit trading arrangements might look like.
April: Spring arrives and the contractors are busy near the Dark Hedges in Antrim.
Eamonn Mallie meets internationally acclaimed soprano, Margaret Keys
After Michel Barnier’s tough talking in Belfast about checks on goods coming into Northern Ireland from Britain after Brexit we are joined by Dr. Katy Hayward and Jamie Delargy. As party leaders pay tribute to Seamus Mallon at Stormont, SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood shares his reflections on a man described as a 'giant of his time'.
Pamela talks stars of the theatre production of Under the Hawthorn Tree, Julia Dearden and Frankie McCafferty and gets culinary advice from the Co Down winners of Couples Come Dine With me. Rita finds out about an entrepreneurial business helping children in care, plus singer Sionan performs.
March: Valentine is rescuing bees from starvation in Down while in Tyrone, there are early morning arrivals for the McGoverns.