BBC's Nolan to front new TV show Top Table
Stephen Nolan is to return to BBC television with the launch of a new show.
Top Table gives young people the chance to have their say on the big issues in Northern Ireland.
Producers say they will have the opportunity to make their voices and views heard to politicians, pundits and decision-makers.
"We will also be reflecting the views of older generations and looking at differences and similarities exist between different age groups," publicity for the show said.
I'm hosting a new tv debate show where young people get centre stage - audience tickets are at https://t.co/MXAgHgaGVm— Stephen Nolan (@StephenNolan) April 13, 2017
Nolan is one of the BBC's hardest working presenters. He hosts nine radio shows a week on both BBC regional and national stations. He also hosts Nolan Live and business promotion show Made in Northern Ireland.
His Radio Ulster morning phone-in show, he boasts, is the "biggest show in the country".