Documentary portraying rural life set in the 400-year-old village of Ballycarry, tucked away on the north Antrim coast. Show more
Joe Lindsay and Vogue Williams take advantage of the new direct air route to the former British colony of Hong Kong. Show more
Jennifer Reoch and Joe Lindsay are in southern Spain to explore the city of Seville, while Jean Johansson is taking a short getaway in East Fife. Show more
Leon McCarron investigates his family connection to the Conservative statesman Andrew Bonar Law, the shortest-serving PM of the 20th century. Show more
Holly Hamilton and JJ Chalmers discover why Menorca is a firm family favourite, while Eamonn Holmes enjoys a short getaway in the Glens of Antrim. Show more
Phil Cunningham explores the musical connections between Scotland, Ulster and America. In this episode he travels from Philadelphia to Nashville. Show more
Phil Cunningham explores the musical connections between Scotland, Ulster and America. In the final programme his journey takes him to the Grand Ol' Opry. Show more
Holly Hamilton and JJ Chalmers report from the Greek island of Crete, known for its beaches and ancient history. And Diona Doherty visits Center Parcs in Longford, Ireland. Show more
Series about Potto and Hilda, who live in a magical tree. Potto has made a lot of promises and now he's having trouble keeping them. Show more
Re-examining the difficult proceedings of the Boundary Commission in 1925, and the tensions between north and south from the 1930s to the 1960s. Show more
A concert celebrating Sam Henry and his monumental song collection, Songs of the People, featuring Damien O’Kane, Pauline Scanlon, Andy Irvine and Cup O' Joe.
Holly Hamilton and JJ Chalmers report from the Czech Republic, as they visit Prague and second city Brno. And Game of Thrones actor Kristian Nairn takes giant footsteps in County Down. Show more
Documentary charting the unique story of Coleraine man Sam Henry and his monumental Ulster song collection, 'Songs of the People’.
Educational series for preschool Irish language learners. Nora introduces her siblings to the animals on the Dodai farm.
Jennifer Reoch and Joe Lindsay are in northern Croatia to explore the resorts of Opatija and Rijeka, and Kirsty Wark takes a short getaway on her beloved island of Arran. Show more
The second programme in the series examines the deliberations of the three-man Boundary Commission, appointed to redraw the highly contentious border in 1924. Show more
A team of teenagers work against a team of adults to create a new product for children. A teen jury decides the winner. The battle is on to invent a Halloween-themed ice cream. Show more
A team of teenagers work against a team of adults to produce a new product for children. A teen jury decides the winner. The teams invent two new board games. Show more
A team of teenagers work against a team of adults to create a new product for children. A teen jury decides the winner. This time, the battle is on to produce a tasty energy bar. Show more
William Crawley explores some of the social, cultural and political influences that have shaped aspects of identity in Northern Ireland. Show more