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By BBC Radio 5 live
Fred, Robbie & Matthew talk about I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, Tyson Fury’s fight against Deontay Wilder, Raheem Sterling and racism in football.


  • December 10th 2018 at 18:52

MABS – Christmas spending and advice

By Near FM – Listen Again
Margaret Walsh, MABS North talks to John Healy about “Christmas spending and advice on some Hire Purchase Schemes.”   First Aired: 05/12/2018


‘Most defining period since 1998’ – O’Neill

The political process here faces the most defining period since the Good Friday Agreement was signed, Sinn Féin Deputy Leader Michelle O’Neill has said. Addressing the Welsh assembly in Cardiff today, the Sinn Féin Vice president also described the backstop in the Brexit withdrawal agreement as “an Irish solution to an English problem”.
  • December 10th 2018 at 20:07

The Termination of Pregnancy Bill must be amended to deliver for women - Senator Paul Gavan

Speaking this evening Sinn Féin Senator Paul Gavan said that this week the Seanad is faced with the last opportunity to improve the Termination of Pregnancy Bill before it becomes law, in order to ensure it delivers for women, that it works for women, and that it is safe for women.  Senator Gavan said:  “The…
  • December 10th 2018 at 19:51

Lunch Money Martin

By BBC Radio 5 live
Martin Lewis discusses the impact debt can have on mental health, and how to find help if you’re struggling with persistent debt.


  • December 10th 2018 at 16:07

Now or never for Khan v Brook?

By BBC Radio 5 live
After Kell Brook's underwhelming win against Michael Zarafa, are we any closer to seeing the long-awaited fight against Amir Khan? Mike and Steve analyse the performance, and question whether the fight is as appealing now both appear past their primes. Also, reaction as Isaac Dogboe was upset in his second defence of the WBO super bantamweight world title against Emanuel Navarette, Vasyl Lomachenko adding another world title belt to his glittering résumé, and a look ahead to Rocky Fielding's fantasy bout against Mexican megastar Canelo Alvarez at Madison Square Garden this weekend. Finally, with a week passed since Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury, Mike and Steve discuss the positive and negative reaction to the draw and start looking ahead to next year.


  • December 10th 2018 at 16:55

Flag-gate, European dark horses and Mako’s back

By BBC Radio 5 live
Ugo and Chris welcome fit-again Mako Vunipola to the pod after his impressive return for Saracens at the weekend. We discuss his max leg press, his broken nose and why he can’t watch games with his brother Billy. We also round up another weekend of Champions Cup action including Leinster’s ‘disallowed flags’ at Bath, debate our outside contenders for the European title and who outdid Ugo in the fashion stakes at Exeter?


  • December 10th 2018 at 17:35

Rise in number sleeping on streets extremely worrying - Ní Chuilín

Sinn Féin housing spokesperson Carál Ní Chuilín MLA has described an increase in the number of people sleeping on the streets of Belfast as extremely worrying.
  • December 10th 2018 at 16:53

British government deluding itself if it thinks Irish interests can be cast aside - Mary Lou McDonald

Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald TD has said Theresa May and the British government are deluding themselves if they think Irish interests will be cast aside to facilitate their fantasy Brexit.
  • December 10th 2018 at 16:42

Rogan expresses shock at Newcastle murder

Sinn Féin MLA Emma Rogan has expressed shock after a man’s body was found in a flat in Newcastle, County Down on Saturday afternoon.
  • December 10th 2018 at 16:32

Brexit impasse puts workers in Ireland at risk

The decision by Theresa May to postpone today’s planned vote on the Brexit deal negotiated between London and Brussels puts workers in Ireland at risk regarding the potential effect on jobs and workers’ rights according to SIPTU, Deputy General Secretary, Gerry McCormack.
  • December 10th 2018 at 17:15

Citizen’s Information: illness benefit

By Near FM – Listen Again
Anita Migule, Citizen’s Information talks to John Healy about the illness benefit.   First Aired: 05/12/2018


Doorway Gallery Christmas Show

By Near FM – Listen Again
Barbara Jennings reporting from the Doorway Gallery Christmas Show.   First Aired: 05/12/2018


Sinn Féin welcome positive update on A1 road scheme

A Sinn Féin delegation has welcomed positive discussions with the Department for Infrastructure (DFI) on progress of the highly anticipated A1 road improvement scheme.
  • December 10th 2018 at 15:22

‘Denial of rights a matter of disgrace’ - Ní Chuilín

Citizens in the north should be entitled to the same rights as people everywhere else on these islands, Sinn Féin MLA Carál Ní Chuilín has said. The North Belfast MLA was speaking after addressing a World Human Rights Day rally at Belfast City Hall.
  • December 10th 2018 at 14:45

Unite to launch ‘Give us the goss on your boss’ survey of hospitality sector workers

By Unite the union NI

neil-moore.jpgHospitality workers will be conducting survey by means street stalls, canvassing workplaces and online website

Union hopes that survey will ‘lift the lid’ on rampant sexual harassment and youth work exploitation

December 10th: Unite the union hospitality organiser Neil Moore, himself a bar worker, commented on the prevalence of sexual harassment in hotels, bars and restaurants in the region.

“Workers in hospitality are often at a total disadvantage when standing up for their basic rights. They often work under precarious contracts which mean that they have few guarantees or protections if they raise objections. A worker who is on a zero-hours contract finds it hard to stand-up for themselves to a boss who can decide – and often does – to punish them by withholding hours.

“Sexual harassment of staff is rampant – a Unite survey in Britain found 90% of hospitality workers of all genders have experienced sexual harassment; however female workers often experience the most sinister element. It’s viewed as part of the job. We’ve been getting our ‘know your rights’ booklet out all-over Belfast and almost everyone you meet has something to tell you about. That’s the reality of life for young hospitality workers in Belfast – it’s along-way from the picture portrayed by the industry bosses. Most workers we speak to, especially young workers have experience abuse; it’s run of the mill in the industry – in fact, I would say sexual harassment of workers is the dirty little secret of Hospitality in Ulster.

“Low wages, precarious conditions and disrespect that workers in the sector succumb to, often leave workers reliant on tips and feeling powerless to speak out against both their bosses and harassers for fear of losing out financially, having their hours cut or worse. We hope by this survey to lift the lid on what’s going on in this sector”, Mr Moore said.

Winter Rough Sleeper Count figures released

By Near FM – Listen Again
Brian McLoughlin, ICHH (Inner City Helping Homeless) talks to John Healy about the “Winter Rough Sleeper Count figures released.” First Aired: 05/12/2018


DIT, 10 years of learning with communities

By Near FM – Listen Again
Dr Catherine Bates joins Noel to discuss DIT celebrating 10 years of students learning with communities such as Interior design, childhood education, social care, and much more.   First Aired: 04/12/2018


‘The Polar Plunge Challenge’

By Near FM – Listen Again
On this edition of Northside Today: Karen Tracey joins Noel to discuss ‘The Polar Plunge Challenge’ for special Olympics. The event will begin from December 1st to December 15th all across Ireland.   First Aired: 04/12/2018


Northside Today: Sports update with Fergus Carroll

By Near FM – Listen Again
The latest sports update with Fergus Carroll – 04/12/2018