Northern Ireland
Colin Murray
Mark Carruthers
Pamela Ballantine
(Movies & TV)
Mike Nesbitt
(Civil society)

See also

Radio Ulster

Knowledge Identifier: &BBC_Radio_Ulster


BBC Radio Ulster

One of two Northern Irish BBC radio stations, the other being BBC Radio Foyle located in the city of Londonderry add

Category: Journalism

Founded in 1975.

Countries: Ireland (43%), United Kingdom (36%), (14%)

Main connections: Northern Ireland, Colin Murray, Mark Carruthers

Linked to: BBC




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& BBC Radio Ulster was founded in January 1975, replacing what had been an opt-out of BBC Radio 4 add something


Pamela Ballantine - She later worked for BBC Radio Ulster as a morning presenter before moving to Ulster Television as a continuity announcer and news presenter in 1983


Mike Nesbitt - Nesbitt worked as a sports reporter at BBC Northern Ireland and progressed to presenting "Good Morning Ulster" on BBC Radio Ulster from 1986 to 1990


David Dunseith - David Dunseith is perhaps best known for presenting BBC Radio Ulster's Talk Back from 1989 to 2009 – he followed the late Barry Cowan as presenter – but his association with the programme went back even further than that


Roy Walker (footballer) - After leaving Glenavon on July 31, 2000 he became a pundit for BBC Radio Ulster


Rigsy - Rigsy has presented "Across The Line" on BBC Radio Ulster since 2002 and over 30 episodes of "ATL TV" on BBC Two Northern Ireland


Stephen Nolan - Since 2003, he has presented The Stephen Nolan Show on BBC Radio Ulster


Colin Murray - From February 2008 Murray began presenting a weekly late night music show on BBC Radio Ulster in Northern Ireland


The total budget for 2009 allocated to the station is £18,4m add something


Mark Carruthers - In August 2009, Carruthers became part of the presenting team of "Good Morning Ulster" as part of a series of presenter changes at BBC Radio Ulster


Colin Murray - In 2010, he became host of BBC Television's "Match of the Day 2" on BBC Two, while still anchoring shows on BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Live Sport and "Fighting Talk" and was still presenting on BBC Radio Ulster


Tina Campbell - She departed company with UTV in early 2013 and is currently a newscaster on BBC Radio Ulster