With the countdown to the next NatWest Island Games in Gotland reaching just 500 days, we find out how our athletes are doing and their need for more sponsorship.
Its a year since Bob McColm took up the position of prison governor at Jurby. We find out how he's finding the job.
Following Ministers Gawne's announcement on MTTV that the final decision over the replacement bridge for Laxey could still be changed, we take to the streets to hear some of their views.
Chief Minister Allan Bell looks ahead to the budget at the end of the month, the Egaming sector presenting at a major London show and the call for a vote in the EU referendum.
A new charity has held its launch event at the Palace Casino called the Manx Multiple System Atrophy Trust. We find out more about it from its founder, who is also suffering from this condition.
We drop into the Marown Players rehearsal of Robin Hood, which runs this week in the local school and find out why pantomime is popular there in February.