William Crawley travels to Winston Churchill's final resting place in Bladon, Oxfordshire, to mark the fiftieth anniversary of his death in January 1965.
Kevin Sharkey speaks to military veterans suffering with PTSD after returning from war, discussing how it has led many to try and take their own lives. Show more
Historian Dr David Hume investigates a time where dead bodies were in much in demand for medical research, leading to an upsurge in grave robbery. Show more
Journalists Fergal Keane and Peter Taylor share their personal experiences of reporting on the Northern Ireland Troubles and ask what it all means now. Show more
Lynette Fay goes in search of the history of Irish whiskey and learns the process of whiskey production at the Old Bushmills Distillery. Show more
Marie-Louise Muir dusts down her cello and rediscovers how music shaped her life as a member of a youth orchestra during the Troubles. Show more
As the epic Radio Ulster series reaches a close, Maggie Cronin presents the compelling true WW1 love story of English soldier Eric Appleby, and his Irish sweetheart Phyllis Kelly. Show more
Could the tradition of storytelling play a part in helping Ireland move away from its troubled past towards a brighter future?
In the Tall Ship Races 2015, Cathy Moorehead set sail on the Sorlandet from Belfast to Alesund in Norway. We gain 24 access to life on board & meet some of the international crew. Show more
The untold story of Ballyhackamore GAA, east Belfast's Gaelic football club, which survived for just a few seasons in the late 1960s. With Kevin Magee.
Clearing the Air: Ten years after Ireland became the first country to ban smoking in the workplace, Denis Murray looks at the impact of smoke-free laws around Europe. Show more
Professor Geoffrey Beattie learns how Northern Irish 18-year-olds feel about their country's past and future. Is the Good Friday Generation doomed to carry the baggage of the past?
Tim McGarry reopens the police files of John Bodkin Adams, the Northern Irish doctor rumoured to have killed hundreds of his patients in the 1950's.
Football fan Rigsy goes on the trail of Belfast footballer Jimmy Hasty, who made European Cup history with Dundalk FC and was League of Ireland top scorer.
Marie-Louise Muir arises and goes with three Irish poets to the Lake Isle of Innisfree in County Sligo, a location made famous by WB Yeats' iconic poem.
When a visitor to Belfast discovers a mysterious note in a copy of Ciaran Carson's novel The Star Factory, she finds herself on a labyrinthine journey through the city and prose.
Enda McClafferty meets the sole survivor of the 1958 fishing trawler tragedy that killed his great uncle and four others. Show more
Steven Rainey goes behind the scenes to meet the extras, the crew and the tourists who have enjoyed our stunning Ulster landscape as it was transformed into the land of Westeros. Show more
We’ve all heard of the Girona, part of the Spanish Armada which sank off the North Coast in 1588, but how many other shipwrecks are there in our waters? Rick Faragher reports.
Mark Carruthers discusses identity with a range of people in an attempt to establish whether Northern Irishness exists. Show more