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Stephen Nolan’s no nonsense approach to confronting the biggest issues of the day has made it the biggest show in the country. An unmissable mixture of news, phone ins and entertainment.

Stephen Nolan’s no nonsense approach to confronting the biggest issues of the day has made it the biggest show in the country. An unmissable mixture of news, phone ins and entertainment.
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Stephen Nolan’s no nonsense approach to confronting the biggest issues of the day has made it the biggest show in the country. An unmissable mixture of news, phone ins and entertainment.

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English


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Nearly £400,000 spent on TV broadcasting for the NI Assembly even though they haven't been sitting for more than 13 months

2/20/2018
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It has been revealed that since February 2017 it has cost a total of £387,936.

Duration:00:44:19

Has the collapse of power-sharing in Northern Ireland shown that the Good Friday Agreement has outlived its use?

2/19/2018
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Plus, parking fines increased by 11% in 2017. Is it getting harder to park where we want?

Duration:00:47:18

High profile loyalist Jamie Bryson invited to Westminster to the NI Affairs Committee

2/16/2018
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Plus, a massive week in local politics as the DUP told Sinn Fein 'no deal'.

Duration:00:40:51

What next for Stormont - is powersharing dead in the water?

2/15/2018
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After 13 months with no government, there's still no deal between Sinn Fein and the DUP.

Duration:01:19:26

DUP leader Arlene Foster goes public over the Irish language act stand-off

2/14/2018
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Plus, could a deal at Stormont bring Equal Marriage in Northern Ireland any closer?

Duration:00:45:59

Stephen interviews 'paedophile-hunter' who was part of a group who surrounded a BBC reporter

2/13/2018
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An extended interview with a paedo-hunter who used the pseudonym James SJ O'Neill

Duration:00:56:08

Could Theresa May be on her way to Northern Ireland to help push power sharing talks over the finish line?

2/9/2018
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Plus, a warning from other unionists to DUP not to give any ground on Irish Language Act

Duration:00:48:46

An official report says Northern Ireland's economic growth would take a 12% hit if there's no Brexit deal

2/8/2018
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Plus, DUP criticised after calls for a "no surrender" approach to negotiations.

Duration:00:34:24

Anger after Sinn Fein's Alex Maskey labels Northern Ireland a "putrid little statelet"

2/7/2018
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Plus, questions over behaviour of people involved in self-styled ‘paedo hunter’ groups

Duration:00:53:55

Policing the paedophile hunters: The Nolan Show can reveal the contents of a PSNI letter to activists on prosecutions

2/6/2018
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But does it legitimise so called vigilante groups or will it help jail paedophiles?

Duration:00:40:02

Flashbacks, paranoia and extreme mental scars - we speak to a man shot in both legs on Sunday

2/2/2018
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He says he won't be returning home after he was targeted by gunmen in the New Lodge

Duration:00:53:33

One of Britain's leading traffic police chiefs says drivers should be done for going just one mile an hour over the speed limit

2/1/2018
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Chief Constable Anthony Bangham is calling for an end to a 10% leeway on speed limits

Duration:00:40:00

Love Equality campaigners met with DUP for the first time yesterday, does this hint at any change in the party stance?

1/31/2018
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Plus, £45million spent keeping NI tidy - but do we still need to clean up our act?

Duration:00:44:06

Outrage over a six and a half year sentence for supergrass, Gary Haggarty - he could walk free in weeks

1/30/2018
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Plus, the DUP will hold their first ever meeting with same-sex marriage campaigners today

Duration:00:53:42

Event to meet the Head of NI Civil Service is scrapped - we can reveal he didn't know people were being charged

1/29/2018
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Plus, a sexism row after "walk-on girls" are axed from major darts tournaments

Duration:00:32:17

Pubs will now be allowed to sell alcohol on Good Friday in the Republic of Ireland. Is it time for a rethink of the laws here?

1/26/2018
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And, would you eat squirrel? Or do you think unusual meats are too exotic for your plate?

Duration:00:31:17

Campaigners for gay marriage have written to the SoS calling for the issue to be part of any settlement to restore devolution

1/24/2018
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Plus, SoS under fire for comparing same sex marriage to roll out of Super Fast Broadband

Duration:00:53:40

Report by MPs says rich pensioners should lose winter fuel allowance and the money should go to poor OAPs instead

1/23/2018
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Plus, army chief says the military should get more cash. Would that be money well spent?

Duration:00:47:54

Incoming SF president Mary Lou McDonald pledges that she will try to convince unionists they are better in a united Ireland

1/22/2018
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Plus, should social media platforms require photographic ID to sign up for an account?

Duration:00:44:52

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