Live news, sports, weather and traffic presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Gavin Jennings
Kevin Curran, Assignment Editor with KNXV in Phoenix, Arizona, reports on the death of 19 firefighters while battling wildfires in the state
Wade Ward, Public Information Officer with the local Prescott Fire Department, says there must have been a 'perfect storm' of circumstances that led to the firefighters' deaths
Gay Mitchell, Fine Gael MEP, calls for the US Ambassador to the EU to make a statement regarding claims the Americans bugged EU offices in Brussels and the United States
Elmar Brok, head of the EU Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, discusses the potential fallout from claims that the offices of the EU were bugged by America's National Security Agency
Micheal Martin, Fianna Fáil leader, talks about the party's slip in the opinion poll and the latest developments in the Anglo saga
Fiona Forde, journalist in South Africa, reports on a family dispute over where Nelson Mandela should be laid to rest when he dies
Jonathan Rugman, Foreign Affairs Correspondent with Channel 4 News, brings us the latest developments from Egypt where tens of thousands of people joined last night's protests
Dermot Moran, local turf cutter, talks to us about what happened at Monivea bog over the weekend and why they're not prepared to accept the Government's proposals
Jimmy Deenihan, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, explains the compensation scheme that is available to turf cutters
Brian Dowling, political reporter, analyses the weekend's developments and what's likely to emerge this coming week
Dr Mary Shire, Vice President of Research at the University of Limerick, discusses the unique collaboration that will take place between pharmaceutical companies at a new national research centre
Presented by Evelyn Cusack of Met Éireann
Presented by Brian Jennings
Presented by Conor Brophy
Presented by Pauric Lodge
Presented by John S. Doyle
How closely were you following the news this week? Test yourself with the Morning Ireland Quiz.
There are no prizes, just the satisfaction of knowing you're up to speed on the issues of the day. Most of the questions were discussed on Morning Ireland so, yes, you can cheat by listening back.
Click here to take the quiz
To take past Morning Ireland news quizzes, click here
Do you have a view on the stories you've heard on Morning Ireland?
Then have your say!
Click in this box and you'll be taken to our To The Editor page where you can leave your comment and also read the views of others.
Make sure to fill in your name and email address as well as your comment, otherwise we can't publish it.
© RTÉ 2012
RTÉ Commercial Enterprises Limited, Registered in Dublin, Registration Number:155076. Registered Office: Donnybrook, Dublin 4, Ireland.
Terms & Conditions - RTÉ Privacy Statement - TV Licence - Contact Us - Sports photos provided by Inpho Photography Wire services provided by Reuters, APTN and PA