Pamela is a thirtysomething single mum who loves nothing more than getting ready for a night out. But will ditching the make-up she loves help her find a man to share her future with? Show more
After the Christmas break, the CAFRE students are back for another busy term. Spring offers new life and new experiences on the campuses. Show more
Barra Best makes a journey across the 4000 square kilometres of the Foyle river network criss-crossing his way across the many rivers and streams that make up its great catchment. Show more
An investigation into the murders of two young brothers uncovers secrets from the loyalist gang that carried out the attack. Show more
The inside story of how the Troubles ended, told by those who fought the IRA's war and by those at the heart of peace efforts. Show more
Sue Barker introduces live action from the second-round matches on day three at Wimbledon.
Mark Carruthers looks at the political developments of the week and questions policy makers on the key issues. With Claire Sugden MLA and cllr Laura Devlin of the SDLP.
Jackie Fullerton interviews five time World Formula 1 motorcycle champion, Joey Dunlop, about his career to date.
Leon McCarron investigates his family connection to the Conservative statesman Andrew Bonar Law, the shortest-serving PM of the 20th century. Show more
Barra Best makes his way along the River Bann, meeting some of those who live, work and play on Northern Ireland's longest river.
Uber-cool illusionist Joel M meets with the student formal committee at Our Lady of Lourdes High School in Ballymoney to help them plan an epic trick at their high school formal. Show more
A look back at some of the sights and sounds from today’s parades across Northern Ireland. Show more
An intimate portrait of a sporting tradition in the close-knit community of Cushendall, where hurling is not just a sport but is part of a distinctive way of life. Show more
Mark Carruthers looks at the political developments of the week and questions policy makers. With leader of the Alliance Party Naomi Long MLA, and Claire Sugden MLA, Independent Unionist.
Mark Carruthers looks at the political developments of the week and questions policy makers on the key issues. With Colm Gildernew, Sinn Féin and chair of NI Assembly Committee.
Join us for the biggest classical music event of the year from Titanic Slipways in Belfast. An international line-up of soloists perform with Ulster Orchestra under the baton of David Brophy Show more
Proms in the Park returns, with a line-up including Barry Douglas, Riverdance, Rebecca Ferguson, Noah Stewart, Lucy O'Byrne, Charlie Siem and the Belfast Community Gospel Choir. Show more