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Michael Starrett, Chief Executive of the Heritage Council, encourages listeners to put on their walking boots, collect their passport and embark on the country's longest walking trail
RTÉ's Lisa McKelvey reports on one of the most unusual film festivals in the world. More information at www.guthgafa.com
Dr Micheál O Siochrú, Associate Professor in Modern History at Trinity College, discusses a new website which reveals what your area looked like during Cromwell's time. More info at http://downsurvey.tcd.ie
Shatter and abortion dominate political agenda. Fianna Fáil demands Shatter resignation. Talks on revised public sector pay agreement resume at LRC.
Google tax regime under scrutiny. Committee hearings on abortion legislation to begin today. Big changes in schooling for children with special needs.
Negotiations continue in Bus Éireann dispute. ESRI forecasts growth of 2.7% next year. Water supply polluted in parts of Roscommon.
EU Fisheries ministers agree deal to rebuild fish stocks. Fishermen welcome EU deal on new fisheries policy. Sinn Féin calls for any new oil and gas exploration to benefit taxpayer.