Episodes
Abbie Cheeseman, Beirut-based journalist, outlines the escalating tensions in Lebanon after Iran's recent attack against Israel.
Published 04/17/24
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, looks ahead to what's on the agenda for Simon Harris' first EU Council summit as Taoiseach.
Published 04/17/24
Richard Barrett, Law Reform Commission, on a new report highlighting the need for a regulatory framework for safeguarding at-risk adults.
Published 04/17/24
Daniel Ewing from Roscommon speaks to Eithne Dodd about how his three businesses on the Canary Islands are heavily dependent on tourism and Cliodna O'Flynn, journalist based in Tenerife, discusses the growing unease posed by over-tourism in the region.
Published 04/17/24
Cian McCormack speaks to Aurélie Godard of Médecins Sans Frontières, Doctors Without Borders, about the work they are doing in Khan Younis as the conflict between Israel and Hamas continues.
Published 04/17/24
Rebecca Broni speaks to Marc O'Driscoll about her experience with Long Covid, and Prof. Jack Lambert, UCD School of Medicine, discusses what we can expect when patient groups appear before the Oireachtas Health Committee today.
Published 04/17/24
Anne Doyle, research officer with the Health Research Board, discusses their latest overview on alcohol consumption.
Published 04/17/24
Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, discusses a new Government recommendation that two Kerrymen convicted of murder in the 1800s should be posthumously pardoned.
Published 04/17/24
Teresa Coughlan, niece of late Dublin priest Fr Eddie Elliot, recalls his life in Mexico where he worked for 40 years.
Published 04/17/24
Adrian Kane of Siptu discusses new findings from the union on drug use and racism witnessed by transport workers.
Published 04/17/24
Presented by Brian Jennings.
Published 04/17/24
Presented by Damien O'Meara.
Published 04/17/24
Presented by John S. Doyle.
Published 04/17/24
Presented by Petula Martyn.
Published 04/17/24
Presented by Damien O'Meara.
Published 04/17/24
Presented by John S. Doyle.
Published 04/17/24
Seán McDonagh, General Secretary, Communications Workers' Union, outlines significant new pay deals for eir and An Post employees.
Published 04/17/24
Presented by Rebecca Cantwell of Met Éireann.
Published 04/17/24
Published 04/17/24
Presented by Linda Hughes of Met Éireann.
Published 04/16/24
Nicola Lynch tells Marc O'Driscoll about having to close her business Zest Cafe in Killorglin in Co. Kerry after 18 years and Adrian Cummins, CEO of the Restaurants Association of Ireland, discusses the findings of its new report that assesses the impact of a restaurant closure on the economy.
Published 04/16/24
Andrew Harding, BBC Paris Correspondent, on the security concerns surrounding the Olympics opening ceremony.
Published 04/16/24
Gideon Levy, Israeli journalist and columnist with Haaretz, on the next steps being considered by the Israeli Government following the attack by Iran.
Published 04/16/24
Eithne Dodd speaks to young people about how they're feeling in relation to their futures and Paul Gordon, director of policy and advocacy at the National Youth Council of Ireland on the challenges facing 18 to 29-year-olds in Ireland.
Published 04/16/24
Catherine Murpy, Social Democrats TD, discusses the rise in the number of knives seized by Gardai over the past decade.
Published 04/16/24