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The Nolan Show

BBC

Hard-hitting talk and top-end music

Hard-hitting talk and top-end music
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United Kingdom

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BBC

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Hard-hitting talk and top-end music

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English


Episodes

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

A big week in politics starts with the resignation of Barry McElduff and ends with fresh talks announced by SoS Karen Bradley

1/19/2018
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We are also joined by one of the architects of the GFA, former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern

Duration:00:53:04

A new set of talks is expected to be announced by our new Secretary of State. Can they finally find a deal?

1/18/2018
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Plus, the reality of addiction - one woman tells us how she won her battle with booze

Duration:00:47:34

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