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Nolan: IRA ceasefire remembered 1st Septmeber 201409/01/14
It's twenty years since the IRA announced its first major ceasefire. The announcement was greeted by republican celebrations - and deep suspicions among unionists. Two decades on and Stormont has returned, with the DUP and Sinn Fein heading a power...
Stephen Nolan: 31/08/2014
Stephen asks whether the parents of five-year-old Ashya King have been unfairly treated.
Stephen Nolan: 30/08/2014
Missing Ashya King found in Spain, and Rona Fairhead to be BBC Trust chairwoman.
Stephen Nolan: 29/08/2014
A special show live from Rotherham following child abuse revelations in the town.
Nolan: Health crisis gets deeper Fri 29th July
Potential cuts to the health service could be "catastrophic" to patient care. That's the stark warning from one of Northern Ireland's leading GPs. Doctor Tom Black, who is chair of the GP committee in the British Medical Association, says he has...
Nolan: Just what is the law on speed camera detectors? Thu 28 Aug
Danny got in touch with us about the police removing a device from his car which detects speed cameras as well as informing you what the speed limit should be. This is an incredible story, have a listen and tell us what you make of this. It brought...
Nolan: Storm over health cuts continues Wed 27th Aug
Where next for the cutbacks crisis facing our health service? Last week Health Minister Edwin Poots dropped the bombshell news on this programme that he is at least Â£ 60 million short, putting vital services at risk - but that he was refusing to...
Nolan: Ardoyne Fleadh outburst row Tues 26th Aug
The north Belfast festival row. A nationalist band says Orangemen should clear off back to England. What does this mean for the Ardoyne Fleadh? Police are investigating a complaint that this outburst at a north Belfast festival amounts to a hate...
Nolan: Monthly black bin collections & bus workers strike
Once a month bin collections. There was a massive reaction when we brought you that story last Friday. Banbridge Council are starting a once every four week collection to encourage rate payers to recycle more. And we can reveal this morning that...
Nolan: An interview with the late Gerry Anderson 22nd August 2014
Today's Friday interview is with Gerry Anderson from 2011. Gerry had popped into the Nolan studio just before Christmas in 2011.
Nolan: Tributes to Gerry Anderson 21st August 2014
Today we are woke up to the sad news that Gerry Anderson passed away last night after a long illness. He was 69. This podcast pays tribute to Gerry , a friend, a colleague and one of the best, most original broadcasters this part of the world has ever...
Nolan: Alleged child sex assault in east Belfast 20th August 2014
WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT A father has contacted the Nolan show to say the police have totally let him down after he says his daughter was sexually assualted. His daughter was 6. He says a paedophile is still at large and the police are not doing...
Nolan: BBC Licence fee & cold water challenge 19th August 2014
Is the BBC spending to much money hunting down licence fee dodgers? And Gregory Campbell issues a challenge to Stephen.
Nolan: Abortion debate reignites 18th August 2014
A suicidal rape victim has reportedly been denied an abortion in the Republic. The full facts of the case have still to be established, but they have re-ignited the debate about abortion law south of the border. It has also pinpointed one of the big...
Nolan: Coming out as gay - PUP Cllr's story Fri 15th Aug
Our one on one interview this week is with PUP Councillor Julie Anne Corr. The 26 year old from North Belfast is one of 3 gay councillors that currently sit on Belfast city council. She has recently published a blog on what it was like growing up...
Nolan: Ian Paisley Jnr slams Nolan Show Thur 14th Aug
If you were reading the Sun today, in particular Ian Paisley Jnr's column, you'll have noticed he criticises the Nolan Show for our interview with an alcoholic earlier this week. Stephen likes to take on his critics, so we invited Ian Paisley Jnr on...
Nolan: Jim Allister & George Galloway clash on Israel boycott calls
The on going conflict between Israel and Palestine has lead to calls for the boycott of goods which have links to Israel. The Respect Party MP George Galloway has urged shoppers to stop buying beauty products after photos emerged of care packs being...
Nolan: Robin Williams death highlights depression Tue 12th Aug
Most of us woke up to the tragic news this morning that the actor Robin Williams has been found dead, in an apparent suicide. He was 63. The American actor and comedian, best known for films like Mrs Doubtfire and Good Morning Vietnam, had been...
Nolan: A&E charges - good or bad idea? Mon 11th Aug
Charge drunks and drug users for clogging up our A&E departments and wasting time and money - does that seem like a good idea? Well Health Minister Edwin Poots says the plan could have "merit" because our emergency departments are still under pressure...
Nolan: Magee College Bombshell 8th August 2014
Minister Stephen Farry drops a Magee college bombshell. AND - the Stormont cuts are starting to bite - with threats of tougher times to come. First DRD Minister Danny Kennedy exclusively told this programme he was pulling the plug on work on fixing...
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