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Fierce topical debate, direct from Manchester

Fierce topical debate, direct from Manchester
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Fierce topical debate, direct from Manchester

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English


Episodes

They're dubbed McMafia orders - and now the DUP is calling for unexplained wealth orders in NI to tackle organised crime

7/23/2019
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Plus, Stephen has a confession... he fell off the weight loss wagon while he was away

Duration:01:03:32

Some victims' groups call for the victims’ commissioner Judith Thompson to resign over the controversial Troubles pension

7/22/2019
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Thompson wants that pension to include those who were hurt while carrying out attacks.

Duration:00:55:19

Stephen Nolan: 21/07/2019

7/21/2019
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The day's main news stories, topical debate and interviews.

Duration:03:00:00

Stephen Nolan: 20/07/2019

7/20/2019
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The day's main news stories, topical debate and interviews.

Duration:03:00:00

Stephen Nolan: with Adrian Goldberg

7/19/2019
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Adrian Goldberg presents the day's main news stories, topical debate and interviews.

Duration:03:00:00

A new report highlights unionist concerns about a united Ireland including land grabs, but do unionists have anything to fear?

7/19/2019
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We speak to the leader of Aontu Peadar Toibin and commentator David McNarry.

Duration:00:22:15

The Open begins as Rory McIlroy tees off at Royal Portrush. But who's going to lift the famous Claret jug?

7/18/2019
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Plus, Nigel, who has a stoma, experienced an issue with security in Belfast City Airport.

Duration:00:19:43

A pension for those injured in the Troubles - but should paramilitaries be included?

7/17/2019
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Some victims of the IRA have said they will refuse a Troubles pension if ex-paramilitaries also receive one. This comes as Victims Commissioner Judith Thompson has said those injured carrying out attacks should be able to apply for a pension. She has advised the government on the issue - but does acknowledge the hurt some families feel and the political sensititivities of this position.

Duration:00:25:11

New PSNI Chief Constable is urged to take on the UVF. But what can he do differently?

7/16/2019
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PSNI Chief Constable Simon Byrne is urged to take on the UVF.

Duration:00:27:10

The media attention on Angela Merkel's health. Is it anyone's business?

7/12/2019
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Plus, Vinny talks to historian Laurence Kirkpatrick about the Twelfth marches.

Duration:00:26:04

No-deal Brexit 'could put 40,000 jobs at risk' in NI

7/11/2019
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That's according to new analysis from Stormont's Department for the Economy.

Duration:00:29:08

Abortion and same-sex marriage moves for NI backed by MPs

7/10/2019
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MPs have backed amendments which would amend the law in NI if devolution is not restored

Duration:00:55:12

Cash for a different ash - questions over who's making money from the bonfire tyres.

7/9/2019
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PUP leader Billy Hutchinson talks to Vinny Hurrell

Duration:00:31:19

Residents told to leave their homes and toxic tyres ready to burn - just some of controversy around some 11th night bonfires

7/8/2019
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After a quiet build-up to the twelfth, the weekend saw a return of familiar headlines.

Duration:00:36:11

Is it the end of the UK as we know it?

7/5/2019
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Fears from deputy Prime Minister that #Brexit is breaking Britain.

Duration:00:26:55

Would you support the Tory government legislating on abortion and gay marriage in NI?

7/4/2019
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Tory minister, Penny Mordaunt, has set her sights on changing abortion laws in NI.

Duration:00:54:30

BBC’s top talent wage bill rises by £10m – Are the star presenters worth it?

7/3/2019
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The BBC's spend on top talent has risen by around £10 million to £159 million.

Duration:00:31:51

Belfast City Council passes motion to take legal action over flags being put up in parts of the city

7/2/2019
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Belfast City Council has passed a motion to take legal action over flags being put up in parts of the city. The Sinn Féin motion suggested the Department for Infrastructure be brought to court over its refusal to remove paramilitary flags and banners from lamp posts. This morning the Department say that although they 'have the power to prosecute, that doesn't solve the underlying issues and that they need to be mindful of the issue of community tensions'. Also on the podcast, there was a...

Duration:00:54:26

Concerns over LGBT school staff network.

6/28/2019
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Plans to set up a support group for LGBT teachers and education staff have been delayed after concerns were raised by a board member of the Education Authority. The Authority - which employs 40,000 staff including teachers and administrators - asked its board to approve the establishment of an LGBT Staff Network. Similar groups operate within the civil service, police and health service in Northern Ireland. According to the minutes of a recent board meeting - seen by the Nolan Show - an...

Duration:00:32:09