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Watch this: Soft Border Patrol

David Roy
WITH the status of the Irish border still a hot topic for Brexit negotiators, new three-part BBC NI sitcom Soft Border Patrol follows the day-to-day workings of a special unit set up to monitor our post-Brexit border of the near future.

BBC licence fee to rise to £150.50

Laura Harding, Press Association
The TV licence fee will increase to £150.50 from £147 from April 1, the British government has announced.

Matt LeBlanc, Rory Reid and Chris Harris talk new Top Gear

THE Top Gear trio are having a discussion: who's the worst at laughing while filming? Chris Harris admits he struggles because Matt LeBlanc "always sets him off" (LeBlanc jokingly replies his funniest stuff doesn't make it into the show).

Watch this: The Young Offenders

David Roy
CO CORK-set crime comedy The Young Offenders was the biggest Irish box office success of 2016 – and now writer/director Peter Foott has reassembled his main cast for a TV spin-off

TV scientist Alice Roberts invites Northern Ireland public to a prehistoric dinner

Jenny Lee
SHE’S no stranger to Belfast, having featured the city in a number of her television programmes, including Digging for Britain, Ireland's Treasures Uncovered and, most recently, filming for the forthcoming Channel 4 series Britain's Most Historic Town, where cutting-edge CGI is used to recreate early Victorian times here.

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