Sunday Sequence (BBC Radio Ulster)
BBC Northern Ireland's Sunday morning speech radio programme Sunday Sequence has a magazine format and a focus on religion, ethics and current affairs, though the religious aspect has been reduced considerably over recent years, and a typical program consists mainly of discussion on Northern Irish politics.
Sunday Sequence is one of BBC Radio Ulster's longest running programmes. It has been on-air since September 14th 1980. Since 2002, it has been presented by William Crawley. It was previously presented by Etta Halliday (1995-2002), Patrick Speight, Alison Hilliard, Davy Sims and Trevor Williams.
Sunday Sequence won two Andrew Cross Awards in 2002, one of them for its response to September 11, 2011. It won a third Andrew Cross Award as well as a commendation in 2006 in the UK radio speech programme of the year category for a special programme responding to the death of Pope John Paul II.
Sunday Sequence is currently broadcast on BBC Radio Ulster, every Sunday morning from 8.30 - 10.15 a.m. An edited weekly podcast, Everyday Ethics, is available to download shortly after each broadcast.