Charlie Bird in the Arctic
Charlie Bird joins Marian from the Arctic.
Charlie Bird joins Marian from the Arctic.
Tech editor with the Irish and Sunday Independent Adrian Weckler joins Marian to talk about living without technology and hotspot safety.
Rome correspondent with the Irish Times, Paddy Agnew joins Marian to talk about Pope Francis after his first year in charge.
Former European Special Envoy to Georgia Denis Corboy and businessman Bill Browder talkabout the Russia / Ukraine stand off.
Ursula Tipp - Partner with Tipp-McKnight Solicitors Helene Conway Mouret - Minister Delegate for French Nationals Abroad Peter Murtagh - Reporter with the Irish Times Colm O’Gorman - Amnesty International Ben Tonra - Professor of European Foreign Security & Defence Policy & Assistant Professor International Relations at UCD
Nutrition Consultant Paula Mee joins Marian in studio to talk about Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Frank Greally talks to Marian about getting back into exercise after a long period of inactivity.
Conor Pope of the Irish Times joins Marian in studio.
Paddy Power talks about the controversy surrounding their Oscar Pistorius advert and Tony Ward talks about Brian O'Driscolls final home game for Ireland.
Paul Drury of the Irish Daily Mail joins Marian to talk about his experience of being treated for cancer through the private insurance system.
Melanie Vervoerd talks about the Oscar Pistorius murder trial and Fergal Keane talks about Bono.
Labour historian Padraig Yeates and Rosie's nephew discuss the significance of Rosie Hackett after Dublin's newest bridge is named after her.
Deirdre Uren of the SABC joins Marian on the line to talk about he Oscar Pistorius murder trial in South Africa.
Daniel McLaughlin of the Irish Times and former British Ambassador to Ukraine Sir Ivor Roberts join Marian to talk about the Russian occupation of the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine.
The panel include: Leo Varadkar - Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Seamus Mallon - Former Deputy First Minister in the Northern Ireland Assembly, Bride Rosney - Former special advisor to Mary Robinson, John MCGuinness - Chairman of PAC, Michael O’Regan - Parliamentary Correspondent of the Irish Times
Nerys Williams of UCD and travel writer Joan Scales join Marian to talk about Dylan Thomas and Wales.
Dave Fanning joins Marian to talk about this years Oscars.
Professor Aidan Moran of UCD joins Marian in studio to talk about memory.
James Ring and Brian Geaney talk about life after the recent flooding.
Independent TD Mick Wallace Joins Marian in studio.
Ambassador Francis Martin O'Donnell (Retired) and Dr. Erin Bauman discuss Ukraine with Paul Niland and Tadhg O'Maonaigh joining the conversation on the line.
Joining Marian today:
Dr. Sabina Brennan and Professor Brian Lawlor talk about taking care of your brain health.
Simon Murray joins Marian on the line to talk about the work involved in reconstruction on Inishbofin after the storms.
Brent Pope and Hannah Tobin join Marian ahead of the Six Nations encounter between Ireland and England.
Charlie Bird joins Marian on the line from the Arctic.
Deputy editor of the Daily Express Michael Booker joins Marian on the line to talkabout Chris Moyles' tax bill.
Philip Nolan talks about bringing business back to Dún Laoghaire.
Breda O'Brien joins Marian in studio.
Editor of the Irish Independent Health and Living, Yvonne Hogan joins Aine in studio.
Aine is joined by the founder of the 'Being a Man Festival' Jude Kelly, DCU Communications lecturer Martin Molony and co-founder of RAG Daithí de Buitléir.
Journalist and broadcaster Steve Hewlet joins Aine on the line to discuss the acquittal of former BBC DJ Dave Lee Travis.
The panel is joined by Mark Hennessy of the Irish Times who talks about the extreme weather in the UK.
The panel today include: John Downing - Political correspondent the Irish Independent, Diarmuid Ferriter - Professor of Modern History in UCD Declan Power - Security analyst, Ivana Bacik -Labour Senator, Professor of Law at Trinity College, Nora Owen - Former Minister for Justice & TV Presenter
Pádraic Óg Gallagher talks to Aine about his Boxty restaurant in Dublin's Temple Bar.
Sean O'Connell - MD of the Insurance Group joins Aine to talk about claiming for damage after bad weather.
Leo Enright and John O'Donoghue talk about the value space exploration has to business.
Dave Fanning talks about the upcoming Hollywood Hero's concert in the National Concert Hall.
Aine talks to Irish snowboarder Seamus O'Connor about coming so close to a medal in the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.
Aine talks to Bernard Whelan of Cliften Lifeboat Station and Brendan Lawlor who is a farmer in Kerry.
A new documentary asks us to think about a group of people in Irish society who are often overlooked when it comes to the subject of love, sex & relationships.Aine is joined by two of the people taking part in the documentary – Frieda Finlay, mother of Mandy and Ciara Staunton from Wicklow, who was injured in a car accident in her early 20s.
Aine takes some calls fromSinead Dullea and Denis Cambridge of the ESB
It seems very cool right now to be a Nordic country. However, Marian is joined by writer Michael Booth who is a sometimes Danish resident. Michael talks about his new book: The Almost Nearly Perfect People: The Truth About the Nordic Miracle.
What will the world look like in 100 years? To discuss this and more, Marian is joined in studio by economist Stephen Kinsella and Michael McLoughlin from Amarach research.
Philip O'Connor joins Marian to talk about the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
The panel today include: Barry Devlin - Member of Horslips, Sebastian Hamilton - Editor in Chief, Irish Mail Group of Newspapers, Lucinda Creighton - Former Minister of State for European Affairs, Stephen McNamara - Director of Communications for IRFU - Formerly Ryanair, Michael Vaughan - President - Irish Hotels Federation
Ballet dancer Monica Loughman joins Marian to talk about her new Channel 4 series Big Ballet which started last Thursday when we saw Monica & Wayne Sleep train 16 plus-size people with a love of dance for a performance of a 30 minute version of Swan Lake.
Former leader of the ESB Group of Unions Brendan Ogle joins Marian in studio.
John Banville and Enda Wyley join Marian to talk about the best unheard of books.
Bill Cullen and his partner Jackie Lavin join Marian in studio to talk about losing everything and then starting off on the comeback trail.
Studio discussion with former rugby player Frankie Sheahan; Damien Lawlor, GAA Correspondent, Sunday Independent and Vincent Hogan, Sports Writer, Irish Independent.
John Sweeney of BBC's Panorama programme talks to Marian about his visit to Sochi in Russia
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