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    Monday 28th July

    Gaye Godkin - Food for Thought

    Following a damning HIQA report on Aras Attracta in Mayo - Nutritionist Gaye Godkin on the dietary needs of older people

    Callely - the view from Clontarf - his political heartland

    The view from Ivor Callely's political heartland of Clontarf - and Harry McGee of the Irish Times assesses the significance

    Talking Money - Peer-to-peer lending

    Karl Deeter and Jill Kirby focus their finacial minds on crowd-funding and other forms of peer-to-peer lending

    Frances Fitzgerald TD , Minister for Justice

    Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald reacts to the report on her Department's workings

    Dept of Justice report is published

    Fergal Keane goes through the report into the workings of the Justice Dept

    Ivor Callely gets 5 months

    A jail term of 5 months for former TD, Senator and Junior Minister Ivor Callely. John Lee is the journalist who broke the story.

    Friday 25th July

    On This Day

    Myles Dungan looks at the career in Ireland of Thomas Wentworth Earl of Strafford.

    President Barack Obama critical of Ireland's corporate tax regime

    Drivetime's Fergal Keane

    Review of regional newspapers

    Regional Papers with John O’Connor

    Violence erupts in the West Bank

    Dan Williams, Senior Reuters news correspondent in the West Bank

    Thursday 24th July

    UN Human Rights Committee critical of Ireland

    Yuval Shany, The Ireland rapporteur on the UN Human Rights Committee

    European health systems - Germany

    Health policy analyst Sara Burke

    Air Algerie plane crash

    Plane disappears in Sahara – journalist Said Ben Ali

    Symphysiotomy - what next ?

    Calls for a national response on Symphysiotomy and other forms of violence against women

    Wednesday 23rd July

    Update from Gaza

    Yousef al-Helou is a Palestinian journalist in Gaza

    UN condemns Israel's military actions in Gaza

    Paul Hirshorn, spokesman for the Israeli Foreign Ministry. Avi Shlaim, Emeritus professor of International Relations at Oxford University

    Joe O'Connor's Diary

    Joe O'Connor imagines a future apology!

    MH17 - the latest

    MH 17 Paul Cuningham brings us up to date

    Focus Ireland Report

    On the publication of the Focus Ireland Report - Della Kilroy meets some homeless people and we hear from Brian Harvey - an independant policy researcher in the area.

    Tolka Fish Kill

    Brian Lally heads for the River Tolka where a major kill has wiped out much of the Rivers fish life

    Tuesday 22nd July

    MH 17 - Continuing coverage

    The latest from Holland on the downing of MH17

    International Council of Christians and Jews from Jerusalem

    Dr. Deborah Weissman President of the International Council of Christians and Jews from Jerusalem

    Gaza civilian casualities - the story of Asmaa el-Hilou

    BBC's Paul Adams in Gaza city

    Monday 21st July

    Bord na Mona seeks permission for smokeless coal manufacturing facility

    George Lee on Bord Na Mona is going to seek planning permission for a large smokeless coal manufacturing facility in Ireland

    Talking Money with Karl Deeter and Jill Kerby

    Talking Money with Karl Deeter and Jill Kerby

    Dutch Government Reaction - Flight MH17

    Dutch journalist Michiel Bless talks to Audrey about the Dutch government who are pressing to have their representatives put in charge of the investigation along with full access to the crash site.

    Friday 18th July

    Oireachtas Committee Meets Again on Garth Brooks

    Barry Lenihan reports

    Thursday 17th July

    Malaysian Airlines plane shot down

    Journalist Alex Kleimenov in Kieve

    Israeli President Shimon Peres apologises for the deaths of four Palestinian children

    Ruadhan McCormac of the Irish Times is in Gaza

    Wednesday 16th July

    Political Developments in Garth Brooks Saga

    Barry Lenihan reports.

    Cases of four who died in State care published

    Della Kilroy reports on the life and death of Dany Talbot and Audrey Carville speaks to Chairperson of the National Review Panel, Dr Helen Buckley.

    A view from Israel

    Michael Herzog a retired brigadier general in the Israel Defense Forces.

    Palestinian children killed on beach in Gaza

    Yousef al-Helou a Palestinian journalist in Gaza

    Tuesday 15th July

    Lessons from Brooks Saga

    Barry Lenihan reports, Green Party Cllr. and Planning Lecturer Ciaran Cuffe discusses.

    Ashraf Khatib negotiator with the PLO

    Ashraf Khatib- negotiator with the Palestine Liberation Organisation in Jericho

    Monday 14th July

    A view from Israel

    Gil Hoffman, Chief political correspondent and analyst with The Jerusalem Post

    Death toll rises in Gaza

    Yousef Al-Helou a Palestinian journalist in Gaza city

    Friday 11th July

    Israeli airstrikes in the city of Rafah, Gaza

    Khaled Abu Ghali is a journalist living in Rafah Gaza

    Opposition Reaction to Cabinet Reshuffle

    Barry Lenihan reports

    Thursday 10th July

    Hostilities between Israel and Palestine continues

    Yousel Al Helou a journalist in Gaza and Rachel Shabi a journalist and author of Not the Enemy: Israel's Jews from Arab Lands.

    July Twelfth Parades

    Barry Lenihan reports from Belfast

    Nuclear material under ISIS control

    Fergal Keane reports from Baghdad

    Claiming the Carer's Allowance abroad

    Jonathan Todd is spokesman for the Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

    Wednesday 9th July

    Political Issues in Northern Ireland

    Barry Lenihan reports on issues around racism and same-sex marriage in the North

    Daniel Levy Middle East expert at the European Council for Foreign Relations

    Daniel Levy worked in the Israeli Prime Minister's office during the Barak government of 1999-2001

    Joe O'Connor's radio diary

    Joe salutes a remarkable new book

    More than 50 killed south of Baghdad

    Fergal Keane reports from Iraq

    Badger Cull

    Food and farming journalist Suzanne Campbell on the pros and cons

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