Best of Nolan

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Stephen Nolan's no nonsense approach to confronting the biggest issues of the day: an unmissable mixture of news, phone ins and entertainment. From BBC Radio Ulster

Chief Medical Officer Sir Michael McBride and Chief Scientific Adviser Professor Ian Young tackling anti-vax myths.


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Laws against spreading fake news & health disinformation have been passed elsewhere.
Is the council operating a two-tier system for pest control in our capital city?
A pest control expert has hit out at the Housing Executive.
Should it be a compulsory to get the jab before you work in a care home?
Stephen spoke to the Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster Colin Neill.
Medical Director of Belfast Trust Doctor Chris Hagan spoke to Nolan.
His father was told eight weeks ago that he has pancreatic cancer.
Nurses at the heart of the vaccine roll out being paid 70% less
Dr Chris Hagan says it's important to highlight what's driving hospital admissions
Should the Executive have bigger and better ideas to encourage people to get covid jab?
Should you have to be double vaccinated to receive £100 high street voucher?
Young people are not listening to the appeal to get vaccinated. What should we do?