Talkback with William Crawley
A chance to hear the highlights of Talkback. William Crawley and guests discuss the news headlines, chat to the people making them and ask you, the audience, what you think? The full programme is available on BBC iPlayer Radio.
Talkback 15 June 15: End of daily worship in schools?
Is it time to end daily worship in our schools and look again how religion is taught in the classroom? A report being presented at Westminister on Monday says our schools are behind the times and Christianity should no longer be given priority over other faiths. This was our lead discussion today...
Dátum: 2015-06-15 Idő: 15:46:00
Talkback 12 June 15: No Big Macs in Irish
You can't order a Big Mac at McDonald's in Irish on the Island of Ireland, but if you know how to order it in Welsh you're in luck... Irish speakers in Belfast aren't happy and are demanding the fast food chain recognise their language too.
Dátum: 2015-06-12 Idő: 15:45:00
Talkback 11 June 15: Babies & earpiercing
Is it time to ban parents from piercing their babies' ears? Twenty thousand people think so, they've signed a petition against it and an MP is pushing for the ban. We heard from him and those who think there's nothing wrong with babies having their ears pierced...
Dátum: 2015-06-11 Idő: 14:08:00
Is there still a hierarchy of killers in Northern Ireland, with those who are protected by the state coming in above those who aren't? After a BBC Spotlight investigation into the activities of Freddie Scappaticci, we hear from families who point to him as a top IRA informer. He denies being a state agent or being involved in any murders.
And a man who's been silent about the murder of his brother for more than two decades picks up the phone to Talkback.
Dátum: 2015-06-10 Idő: 15:29:00
Talkback 09 June 2015: Ronan Hughes
The funeral of Ronan Hughes has taken place, with family, friends and schoolmates all mourning a teenager - who's thought to have taken his own life after being tricked into posting images online.
There's a lot we don't know about the exact circumstances of what happened, but it's clear that Ronan was upset and felt intimidated and bullied. He talked to his parents and talked to the police but it was all too much.
Today we discussed how you protect yourself online and how you protect your children, and we looked at what can be done to stop a repeat of what is simply a dreadful tragedy.
Dátum: 2015-06-09 Idő: 12:00:00
Talkback 08 June 15: The tourism potential of parades
It's been claimed that tourism chiefs aren't doing enough to shine a spotlight on parades and their potential to attract visitors... So are they really "hidden gems" -- as their organisers say -- which could be harnessed to boost the economy?
Dátum: 2015-06-08 Idő: 13:54:00
Talkback 05 June 15: A knight against the empire
A knight against the British empire: This morning on The Nolan Show, Sir James Galway questioned what he called the "occupation of this part of Ireland" and attacked Ian Paisley, accusing the former first minister of being indirectly responsible for killings here. The phone lines lit up again on Talkback...
Dátum: 2015-06-05 Idő: 13:39:00
04 June 2015: Murals, the past and the future
On "Talkback" today we discussed murals and whether or not they should be replaced with images that do not have any connection to a paramilitary past.
Dátum: 2015-06-04 Idő: 12:00:00
Talkback 3 June: Student accommodation
Now how does the old theme song go... Good neighbours can become good friends. Well is that true if students move in beside you? Residents in Carrick Hill in Belfast have been protesting against a proposed new development of student accomodation. But what's the problem with having educated, intelligent people in the street beside you?
Dátum: 2015-06-03 Idő: 12:00:00
Talkback 02 Jun 15: Fat cops
Fit cops versus fat cops: The police have come under fire from the most senior officer in England over the physical condition of some officers, but how does the PSNI measure up?
Dátum: 2015-06-02 Idő: 15:05:00