Stephen Nolan spoke this morning on BBC Radio Ulster with a newly married woman, Sarah who is pregnant.
She discovered after a scan that her foetus had anencephaly.
Under existing laws in Northern Ireland, Sarah is unable to procure an abortion for her condition.
Her options are to carry the foetus to full-term or travel to Britain for a termination.
As she is 20 weeks pregnant, there is only one clinic that will perform the procedure.
She describes how she was harassed and intimidated by protestors at a family planning clinic in Belfast.
Her story will feature tonight on The Nolan Show, BBC1 at 10:35pm.