So-called 'superfoods' investigated. A look at the health claims behind pomegranates in India, and how the fruit is helping in the battle against Alzheimer's. Amanda Byram looks into reports that rosemary can help improve exam performance for teenagers.
Another chance to catch this one in which Duncan Stewart travels to Limerick and Cork to find out if we can retrofit our cities and build communities suitable for families within the city limits.
The 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks is next month: the life stories of six young people whose fathers were killed on that earth-shattering day.
The celebrity cooks are model and TV personality Penny Lancaster, X Factor winner Megan McKenna, broadcaster Melanie Sykes, Great British Sewing Bee judge Patrick Grant and comedian Nabil Abdulrashid.
The brash James T Kirk tries to live up to his father's legacy with Mr Spock keeping him in check as a vengeful Romulan from the future creates black holes to destroy the Federation one planet at a time.
R na G, 4.10pm: Damien Ó Dónaill is joined by Donnchadh Ó Baoill to walk by Abhainn Chroithlí in Co Donegal.
RTÉ 1, 7pm: Writer Eimear McBride discusses her new novel Something Out of Place, while the weeknight arts magazine looks at Seattle grunge outfit Pearl Jam's 'Ten' album as it hits its thirtieth anniversary.
BBC Radio Ulster, 7.30pm: American singer and songwriter BC Camplight talks to Stephen McCauley about his new tunes and upcoming touring.
BBC Radio Ulster, 9.30pm: Highlights and interviews from Stendhal Festival in Limavady - the first music festival on the island since the onset of Covid-19 in March of 2020.