Jim Fitzpatrick meets Leo Varadkar on the eve of an EU summit that will set the direction of the Brexit talks and could have a lasting impact on Northern Ireland. Show more
What is the future of the Union? Stephen Dempster and Jennifer O’Leary report from different parts of the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Show more
Will Theresa May survive her Brexit deal? Jim Fitzpatrick goes on the road to ask what happens next and what it means for Northern Ireland. Show more
How effective is Stormont’s test and trace strategy to reduce the spread of coronavirus? Jim Fitzpatrick investigates.
Hard-hitting investigations. A special investigation into mail fraud scammers who conned an elderly Northern Ireland woman out of thousands of pounds. Show more
Mandy McAuley investigates paedophile priest Malachy Finegan and asks what the Church knew. Including accounts from survivors of his abuse. Show more
What are the implications of tighter virus restrictions? And, as Parliament votes on the Internal Market Bill, what does the UK’s new negotiating stance mean for NI?
Documentary about the Holy Cross protest of 2001 which revisits four of the mothers and daughters who were caught up in the events, examining how the demonstrations affected them. Show more
In a special programme, Spotlight asks what the UK's decision to leave the European Union means for Northern Ireland and what will happen next.
As tensions persist over Northern Ireland’s particular post-Brexit trading rules, Jim Fitzpatrick examines the economic and political fallout. Show more
Jim Fitzpatrick charts the journey of Martin McGuinness from man of war to man of peace, and examines the future of Sinn Fein without him.
With a political row at Stormont over health funding, Stephen Dempster investigates the impact on cancer services in Northern Ireland.
Jim Fitzpatrick catches up with five former elected representatives to hear about life after front-line politics and to discuss their views on the big political questions. Show more
Chris Moore reports on the story of a Vietnamese man who says he spent almost half his life as a modern slave in Britain, the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland. Show more
Conor Spackman examines the impact of Brexit on Irish nationalism.
Hard-hitting investigations. As the Brexit negotiations begin and the border tops the agenda, Jim Fitzpatrick travels to Brussels in search of answers. Show more
Hard-hitting investigations. Chris Moore investigates the row over plans to have a 'shared education' school in Co Tyrone.
Noel Thompson presents, as consultation on legacy proposals enters its final weeks. With interviews from chief constable George Hamilton and former chief constable Sir Hugh Orde. Show more
Conor Spackman takes a road trip to assess the mood in Northern Ireland ahead of the EU referendum.
Wendy Austin and Claire McCollum take to the road to fight the public's corner on important issues. Award-winning reporter Chris Moore joins the team this series. Show more