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BBC Radio Ulster 13h
When humans are replaced with machines, where's the place for a moral compass? That's this week's
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BBC Radio Ulster 14h
Are you fundraising for BBC Children in Need? Then we want to hear about it! Post your videos and photos using the hashtag 👍
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BBC Radio Ulster 20h
From today until Thursday, will be opening the lines to let people bid for the chance to come into the BBC Radio Ulster studios to spend the day and co-host his programme! For details on how to bid, 👉 go to
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BBC Radio Ulster 21h
This week will be out on the road with his morning visiting schools across in Northern Ireland who have been fundraising for
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 9
When humans are replaced with machines, where's the place for a moral compass or is it the unpalatable truth can we trust a computer more than we can trust ourselves? That's the main discussion on at 8.30am today with Nicky Cahill.
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 9
Join from just after the 1pm news as he chats to about his new album 'Music For Healing' and plays live in session ahead of tonight's Belfast show in The Mac
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 9
🏉Today, Ulster take on in the Pro14. Jim Neilly will be joined on commentary at Thomond Park in Limerick by Tony McWhirter.
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 9
Our serialisation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula continues. This timeless classic, read by Michael Fassbender, features the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, in his Transylvanian Castle. You can catch up on 📻
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 9
This weekend speaks to Frank McCooke at the Slemish Market Garden about how to grow garlic and the good news is it's easy!!
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
Joseph Cahalane joined the Royal Navy in 1939, got married to a Dungannon woman in 1940 and shortly after marriage got sent to war and didn't see his wife again for five years. Hear the full story tomorrow on Your Place and Mine, and listen online now 📻
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
Our serialisation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula continues. This timeless classic, read by Michael Fassbender, features the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, in his Transylvanian Castle. You can catch up on 📻
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
🏉Tomorrow, Ulster take on in the Pro14. Jim Neilly will be joined on commentary at Thomond Park in Limerick by Tony McWhirter.
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
Missed the show today? Listen here & Sionan The Vinny Hurrell Show Fridays @ 3
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
Our is LIVE now with The Vinny Hurrell Friday afternoon show. Coming up - Pop Princess Shura, Live music from Sionan, Friday shout outs and dream Psychologist Ian Wallace. Get on the show - call 0 30 30 80 55 55...
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
Tomorrow morning visits the community garden at Kilbroney Integrated Primary School in Rostrevor.
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
👉 and sidekick kick the back of the week with their typical irreverent humour and ridiculous games. Today at 6PM 🕒 on 📻
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
📻 Listen back to Street Knowledge with Paul Connolly from on The Stephen McCauley Show. Paul talks about mental health and how music can transform how you feel and bring people together. 👉
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
📻 has bought, borrowed and blagged lots of records since his teenage years and he'll play as many as he can in two hours. Tune in at a new time for vintage rock, pop, and new releases.
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BBC Radio Ulster Nov 8
Coming up on Sat Farm Gate at 0645 on predictions for farming and agri-food, we talk to about social farming + on how cash seized from criminals is protecting birds of prey 🎧
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Across the Line Nov 7
Officially legends 🤩 thank you ❤
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