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Talk Back was Northern Ireland's first news phone-in programme and has been on air for more than 20 years. For many years it was a sounding board for the public to react and comment on the sectarian violence of the troubles and the development of ...

Talk Back was Northern Ireland's first news phone-in programme and has been on air for more than 20 years. For many years it was a sounding board for the public to react and comment on the sectarian violence of the troubles and the development of the peace process. Today the agenda reflects the changing shape of Northern Ireland - topics like anti-social behaviour, hospital cleanliness and devolution issues are now high on the agenda. It is presented by David Dunseith, one of NI's best known broadcasters. For more information go to www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts.

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    Talkback: 21 Oct 14 Breakthrough in Paralysis treatment

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    It's being described as a "miracle" - a Bulgarian man whose spinal cord was sliced in a stabbing attack is able to walk again after undergoing pioneering stem-cell surgery in Poland. He is believed to be the first person in the world to recover from...

    Oct 21, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback: 20 Oct 14: Living with and dealing with cancer

    Today on "Talkback" we talked about living with and dealing ...

    Today on "Talkback" we talked about living with and dealing with cancer diagnosis. It follows the death of actress Lynda Bellingham....

    Oct 20, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback: 17Oct14:Age of Leaving Care

    There are almost three thousand children in care in Northern ...

    There are almost three thousand children in care in Northern Ireland - but what happens to them when they reach the age of 18? We discuss this issue...

    Oct 17, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback:

    There've been calls for the Welfare Minister Lord Freud to ...

    There've been calls for the Welfare Minister Lord Freud to resign for saying that some disabled people aren't worth the minimum wage. What do you think about what Lord Freud said? Is it unacceptable, flat out discrimination? Or isn't it that simple -...

    Oct 16, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback: Mairia Cahill

    A woman has claimed the IRA forced her to confront ...

    A woman has claimed the IRA forced her to confront her alleged rapist before forcing her into silence to protect the republican movement from her claims....

    Oct 15, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback: children's heart services in Belfast end

    The Health Minister has announced that children's heart surgery will ...

    The Health Minister has announced that children's heart surgery will move from Belfast to Dublin - we heard from him right at the end of the programme, as well as from a campaigner, a parent and our own BBC NI health correspondent, Marie-Louise...

    Oct 14, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback: Another week, another hate crime.

    This weekend, the home of a Pakistani family was attacked, ...

    This weekend, the home of a Pakistani family was attacked, not for the first time. The police have had a specific hate crimes unit since May and we asked them: in five months, how many arrests have they made?...

    Oct 13, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback: The Borrowers

    They're calling him the Wonga chancellor - George Osborne is ...

    They're calling him the Wonga chancellor - George Osborne is lending us £100 million to allow The Executive to allocate extra cash to other departments. It may have given us a bit of breathing space but it looks like our public servants could be in...

    Oct 10, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback: Bullying bosses

    A study has found that employees who felt bullied by ...

    A study has found that employees who felt bullied by their boss were more likely to become lazy and take longer breaks. We spoke to Bro McFerran, the managing director of Allstate NI, Geraldine Alexander from the public sector union NIPSA, and...

    Oct 9, 2014 Read more
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    Talkback: Gallahers closure reaction

    Staff at Gallaher's cigarette plant in Ballymena have been given ...

    Staff at Gallaher's cigarette plant in Ballymena have been given three days off to absorb yesterday's news that the factory is to close in 2017 with the loss of almost 900 jobs. We spoke to the DUP MEP Diane Dodds and the chief executive of...

    Oct 8, 2014 Read more
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