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BBC Radio Ulster Talkback
BBC Radio Ulster's afternoon news phone-in show, hosted by Wendy Austin. For news, views and on-air reaction to all the breaking stories of the day.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
The mother of a 15 year old girl told Talkback about an unknown man trying to contact her daughter via Facebook. Some schools in Belfast have warned students of the dangers.
We lead the programme with the announcement by the Secretary of State for NI, Therese Villiers, that there will be no public inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the Omagh bombing
We discussed the defeat of NI team against Luxembourg and whether it was time to put together an All Ireland team. Our callers had plenty of views on this one!
Caller Bill contacted Talkback to combine our top stories of cycling and smoking.
The Western Health Trust is to become the first Trust in Northern Ireland to become a smoke free zone - and that includes it's grounds. So is it time to give up the evil weed, with a little help?
And here's the reaction from the Talkback listeners to the Transport Minister's proposal for a cycle unit
Transport Minister, Danny Kennedy, has announced he wants to set up a new cycling unit to bring Belfast's cycle paths up to the same standard as other European cities
The new Victims Commissioner, Kathryn Stone came into the 'Talkback' studio today to give her first broadcast interview since taking up the post. Wendy Austin and a number of callers asked her questions. Have a listen ...