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Film maker Joe McStravick tells me about his film 'The Passengers'. It looks at the life of road safety campaigner Phillip Donaghy after he was paralysed in a car accident.
I report for @NewsJunkieNI on the launch of the North West 200 motorbike races. Interviews with Peter Robinson, Arlene Foster, Mervyn White and Jeremy McWilliams.
BBC Radio UIster's Evening Extra with Seamus McKee, each weekday from 5pm.
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This report won the inaugural Paul Robinson Bursary. The competition is organised by the NUJ and BBC Northern Ireland and is open to Journalism students in NI.
This is a report on the situation in Macedonia, ten years after the Ohrid Framework Agreement. It looks at the role of the media in the country, and how Macedonians and Albanians are dealing with the past. Thanks to Mediation Northern Ireland and the Media Institute of Macedonia for their help.
The Stephen Nolan Show - BBC Radio Ulster 9 - 10:30am Mon-Fri on 92-95FM, 1341 MW, DAB, Freeview 719, SKY 0118 & http://www.bbc.co.uk/nolan
BBC Radio 5Live on Digital TV & Radio, Online and on 909/693 AM. Friday to Sunday from 10pm to 1am.
Radio 4's morning current affairs programme, broadcast weekdays 6-9, Saturdays 7-9. The comments and views posted by fans do not represent the views of the BBC.
Ireland's largest university, with over 24,000 students and four campuses.
Worldwide Routes, a weekly podcast of world, folk, roots and eclectic music presented by David Bailey on ZoneOneRadio in London (UK), Radio Viktoria (BiH) and sponsored by @bossjockapp.
**Your reports from the Middle East**
Our live blog team is reporting on the wave of protests across the Middle East and the fallout from recent events following demonstrations in Egypt and Tunisia. If you're in Bahrain, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia or living elsewhere in the Middle East, let us know what's happening where you are.
We want to hear what's happening on the ground: are you attending or organising a protest? How are demonstrations and events in your country affecting where you live?
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