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4899: LISTEN: 'Excited, flattered and honoured' - multi-platinum selling music legend Phil Coulter tells @U105radio how it feels to be awarded the freedom of his home city, Derry - 07.10.2022

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4898: LISTEN¦ 'We want the truth, transparency and lessons to be learned' campaigner Martina Ferguson talks to Frank about the experience of bereaved families as the Covid inquiry moves into its next phase - 16.08.2022

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4896: LISTEN¦ The election is over, but the future of the Stormont Assembly remains uncertain. What happens next? Frank heard the thoughts of @brendanhughes64, @BillWhiteNI and @JonTonge - 09.05.2022

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Elmer’s Big Belfast Trail - 05.05.2022

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4895: LISTEN¦ 'There's a great buzz - things are bouncing back and it's great to celebrate that' - Derry city centre manager Jim Roddy talks to Frank about the upcoming North West Business Awards - 02.05.2022

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4892: LISTEN: Misty Falls (@ohmummymisty) talks to @frank_broadcast about the NI drag scene and whether @BluHydrangea_ winning Ru Paul's Drag Race UK vs The World could make drag mainstream in NI - 10.03.2022

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4890 LISTEN: With Ireland's first city, Armagh, a modern new town in Craigavon and a traditional market town, Banbridge, Amberlea Neely explains why ABC Council's bid to be UK City of Culture is unique - 04.03.2022

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4894: LISTEN¦ 'We can't have any more delays, it's critical to the future of Bangor' UUP councillor Carl McClean tells Frank progress on redeveloping Bangor seafront is overdue, after a one year hold-up in granting permission - 01.02.2022

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