Best of Nolan

Stephen Nolan's no nonsense approach to confronting the biggest issues of the day: an unmissable mixture of news, phone ins and entertainment. From BBC Radio Ulster

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Never off the air or a people without a voice? What's the truth about loyalists who claim they've been silenced?


Is there a perception issue or are working class protestants excluded by some media?


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Murder in Waringstown, a bomb in Fermanagh and shots fired at republican funeral in west Belfast


Also, more warnings of potential medicines shortages if there's a No Deal Brexit.


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Nightclub promo blasted as 'shameful', 'irresponsible' and a worry for parents


Promotional material from the nightclub featured a young person face down & unconscious.


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An emotive and challenging interview as one Derry man tells Stephen why he joined the IRA after Bloody Sunday


The man contacted the show following comments by journalist Peter Taylor in a documentary


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Apprentice Boys recognise 'upset' over band uniform. Are we getting the same leadership from our politicians?


The Apprentice Boys have been praised for showing positive leadership .


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Fallout of Saturday's Apprentice Boys parade continues as flute band believe that their detention was unlawful


Also, calls for an investigation after pro-IRA chanting at Wolfe Tones Belfast show.


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PSNI Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd reacts to Saturday's Apprentice Boys parade in Londonderry


DUP and Apprentice Boys have claimed that treatment of a band by PSNI was heavy handed.


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Reports of stabbings and fights in New Lodge area after PSNI pull out of North Belfast estate


The bonfire went ahead after the PSNI pulled out of the area yesterday afternoon.


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