Leo Varadkar, Fine Gael Enterprise, Trade & Employment Spokesman, explains why he has been calling for an investigation of the State training agency
Gerry Rooney of soldiers' group PDFORRA discusses the Comptroller & Auditor General's concerns over the spend on border duty allowances
Arindam Nag, senior columnist with Dow Jones Newswires, analyses reaction to the US Treasury's $700bn financial rescue plan
Keith Boyfield, consultant economist, looks at the implications of the proposed rescue for markets and the US government
Paul Colgan gets views on the status of creationist theory in education in Northern Ireland
Thomas Coombes of the EU Commission outlines the proposed cuts in mobile roaming costs around the EU
Prof Arnold Hill, advisor to the National Cancer Control Programme, discusses the call by relatives of Edel Kelly for an independent inquiry on her misdiagnosis
Listen to a clarification regarding Rebecca O'Malley's view of the HIQA
Sean Flynn, The Irish Times Education Editor, looks ahead to talks between university presidents and the Education Minister on third-level fees
Angela and Maurice Kiely, parents of Rebekah Kiely, give their views on yesterday's inquest verdict on their daughter's death
Superintendent Kevin Donohue of the Garda Press Office explains the background to the new search in the Slieve Bloom Mountains
Willie John Keogh, the winner of last year's senior ploughing title, discusses his win and the outlook for this year's National Ploughing Championships
The 7.10 bulletin with Emma McNamara
The 7.50 bulletin with Emma McNamara
Emma McNamara has news of early stock market falls
The 7.35 bulletin with Darren Frehill
The 8.35 bulletin with Darren Frehill
With Niall Kiely
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