With the BBC revealing the wages of their top stars, including professional angry man Stephen Nolan, The Ulster Fry has been looking at what our other celebrities demand for their time. We were shocked.... Stephen Nolan: £1 million per week,...
There was an angry reaction in Belfast today after news filtered through that Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington had criticised the city during an interview on some US TV show. Mr Harington, who is clearly deranged, told talk show host Seth...
As viewers eagerly await the final episode of the popular boring TV show Downton Abbey, the Ulster Fry can exclusively reveal that the producers have torn up the costume drama rulebook by relocating the cast to Rathcoole. In the stunning departure,...
Cult TV show Robot Wars returns to our screens this evening, but has been given a radical revamp due to the demands of pedantic insurance companies. Gone are the spinning circular saws, swinging axes and sharp spikes, replaced with slightly overheating tumble...
The passing of pop superstar Prince has stirred tensions amongst Ulster's famously fickle politicians the Ulster Fry has learned A long time supporter of the Unionist cause, pop-star Prince not only took a royal moniker many years ago, but also named his...
In a sensational move guaranteed to thrill fans of both music and politics, TUV leader Jim Allister is to be head judge on a new version of talent show The Voice. It is understood that the controversial North Antrim MLA...
Football fans issued a red card to Northern Ireland's James Nesbitt this morning, after the previously bald actor turned up to present FIFA's Ballon d'Or award last night with what some onlookers described as a 'wile mop of hair on him'. Twitter erupted into predictable...
With ITV closing in on the purchase of UTV, it has been revealed that the broadcasting giant's real objective is securing the services of some of Ulster's best known television talent. "Ulster Television has long set the international benchmark for TV presenters...
A Co Antrim businessman has launched an X-rated website aimed squarely at Northern Irish Protestants. Ballymena entrepreneur Bertie Oldman told The Ulster Fry that he believed that he'd spotted a gap in the market. "The World Wide Interwab is full of...
OK, we're bored with heating scandals, and a bit hungover, so can't really be arsed doing a proper post. However we found a handy wee yoke on the interweb that lets you put in a photo into Facebook Messenger,...

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