Steve Carson

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Miriam O’Callaghan meets journalist and author Darach MacDonald during the making of her documentary on partition, Border Lives

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar’s comments at the Fine Gael ard-fhéis that he hopes to see a united Ireland in his lifetime took some by surprise. Many were s(...)

St Iberius Church,  Wexford, the site of a four-day Christmas fast. File photograph: Paddy Whelan

Wexford’s Church of Ireland rector Rev Arthur Minion and Catholic parish administrator Fr Aodhán Marken won’t be sampling any mince pies in the lead-u(...)

Eddie Doyle: Incoming head of content production at BBC NI.

Senior RTÉ executive Eddie Doyle is leaving the broadcaster to become head of content production at BBC Northern Ireland. Mr Doyle was head of comed(...)

A coast guard helicopter attends the scene as crew members are evacuated from a cargo ship which got into difficulty in the Channel off the coast of Dover. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Storm Angus, the first named storm of the season, has caused flooding and chaos for emergency services after it battered parts of the United Kingdom. (...)

Ian McDiarmid stars as Sir Edward Grey in ‘37 Days: How the World Went to War’, a three-part factual drama in which Belfast’s Methodist College doubled as London’s Foreign Office.

Two very different milestones will rank among the programme themes at BBC Northern Ireland this year: the 20th anniversary of the 1994 IRA ceasefir(...)

Katrina Schnell (left) and daughter Hannah from Cushendall, Co Antrim, go horse riding, as the Schnell family experiments with living in New Zealand in BBC daytime series Wanted Down Under

BBC Northern Ireland is getting deeper into daytime TV as part of its push to increase the amount of programming it makes for the wider BBC television(...)

BBC Northern Ireland’s contribution to network television programming for 2013 will be boosted by two dramas: The Fall and the second series of police corruption drama Line of Duty, which was wooed to Belfast after filming its first series in Birmingham

When RTÉ executive Steve Carson re-joins BBC Northern Ireland at the end of the year to become its head of productions, he will find an organisation t(...)

Steve Carson who is leaving RTÉ Television to take up a new role with the BBC. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

RTÉ’s former director of programmes Steve Carson is moving to BBC Northern Ireland. The 45-year-old Belfast native will join BBC NI as head of product(...)