Childrens Books - Enda Wiley
Enda Wiley joins Marian to talk about childrens books.
Enda Wiley joins Marian to talk about childrens books.
Reverend Dermot Dunne joins Marian to talk about homelessness in Ireland.
Linda Tirado talks about her experience of being poor which is the subject of her book: Hand To Mouth.
Architect and presenter of Room to Improve, Dermot Bannon joins Marian to talk about his new book: Love Your Home
Former director of the Board of Rehab and Fine Gael strategist Frank Flannery joins Marian in studio.
Anne Marriman - Founder and Director of International Programmes, Hospice Africa Uganda joins Marian in studio.
Paddy Agnew of the Irish Times joins Marian from Rome with an update.
Colonel Colm Doyle joins Marian to talk about the Islamic State.
The Panel: Darragh O’Brien - Fianna Fail Senator – Leader of FF in the Senate, Niamh Lyons - Political Correspondent of the Irish Daily Mail, Dearbhail McDonald - Associate Editor & Legal Editor at the Irish Independent, Stephen O’Byrnes - Director MKC Communications, David Hall - Director of the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation
Marian is joined by Fiona O'Doherty, Pier Kuipers and Miriam Brennan who talk about the off-beat travel guide - Lets Trail.
Julien Clancy joins Marian with a taste of what this years 'Open House' has to offer.
Liam Doran of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation talks to Marian about our preparedness to a possible outbreak of Ebola.
Brian Dowling joins Marian to talk about by-elections in Dublin South-West and in Roscommon-South Leitrim.
Newly appointed Ambassador of the United States of America to Ireland, Kevin F. O'Malley joins Marian in studio.
Marian talks to John Cleese about his autobiography 'So, Anyway'.
Marian is joined in studio by Olive Fives, a management consultant who spent a year in India and Jenny Derbyshire who was retired when she decided to spend 3 months as a human rights monitor in the West Bank.
Paddy Agnew of the Irish Times joins Marian to talk about he Bishops Synod in Rome.
Marian is joined by Sandra Peake – CEO of the Wave Trauma Centre, Darragh MacIntyre – BBC Panorama reporter who made the Disappeared documentary. And Dympna Kerr – Columba McVeigh’s sister joins Marian on the line from Liverpool.
Robert Ballagh - Artist, Ken Murphy - Director General of the Law Society, Gemma Hussey - Former Fine Gael Government Minister, Illona Duffy - GP in Monaghan, John Downing - Political Correspondent - The Independent & Author “Enda Kenny: The Unlikely Taoiseach”
Jordan Bourke is a chef, food stylist and author. His latest book 'The Natural Food Kitchen' explores how we can use naturally healthy alternatives to refined flours. He joins Marian in studio.
Joanne Hession - entrapeneur and owner of QED Training, chartered accountant Rory Finnegan and film maker Daragh Murphy join Marian to talk about starting your own business.
Actor and reformed addict Stephen Clinch joins Marian to talk about a grisly discovery and also his acting life after a difficult early life.
Professor Brian Lawlor and Dr. Sabina Brennan join Marian to talk about brain health.
Stephen Fry joins Marian to talk about the third installment of his autobiography: 'More Fool Me'
Southern Correspondent with the Irish Independent, Ralph Riegel joins Marian to talk about the recent cocaine haul of the southern coast of Ireland.
Journalist and broadcaster Peter Taylor talks to Marian about his documentary concentrating on the troubles in Northern Ireland - Who Won the War?
Marian is joined by former Fine Gael member Samantha Long and Niamh Gallagher co founder of 'Women for Election'.
Greg Allen joins Marian from Gleneagles with the latest from the Ryder Cup.
The Panel: Eoghan Murphy - Fine Gael TD, Aisling Meehan - Farmer, Clare-based solicitor and tax consultant, Shane Ross - Independent TD, Dublin South, Denis Staunton - Deputy Editor at The Irish Times, Averil Power - Fianna Fail Senator
Nick Squires of the Daily Telegraph joins Marian on the line to talk about the hotly anticipated wedding of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin.
Special Correspondent with the Irish Examiner Michael Clifford joins Marian on the line to talk about the Alan Shatter interview on the Late Late Show.
Paul Williams talks to Marian about the possibility that Fr. Michael Cleary had a third child with his house keeper Phyllis Hamilton.
Marian is joined in studio by Des Cahill who talks about the weekend GAA action which sees the hurling replay between Tipperary and Kilkenny and on Sunday the ladies football final between Dublin and Cork. Marian is also joined by Greg Allen who talks about the Ryder Cup.
Mary O'Rourke and Noel Whelan talk about a new book they have been involved in editing - Brian Lenihan: In Calm and Crisis. Colm McCarthy joins in and they are joined on the line by Olli Rehn - former European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro.
Jenny Gibney from Mrs Browns Boys and dancer Tristan McManus talk about appearing on Strictly Come Dancing.
Roddy Flynn of DCU joins Marian to discuss the comments of John Michael McDonagh after he said that Irish films weren't very intelligent.
The panel discuss the Scottish independence referendum and they are joined on the ine by James Matthews - Sky News Scotland Bureau Chief
Des Cahill joins the panel to discuss the All Ireland final between Kerry and Donegal.
The Panel: Harry McGee - Irish Times Pol Cor, Sharon Lynch - Irish Womens rugby player & property manager, John Mullins - Cheif Exec Amarenco Solar + former CEO Bord Gais, Carole Coleman - Journalist, Michael Daly - Editor Donegal Democrat and Feargal O'Rourke of PriceWaterHouseCoopers
Wine columnist with the Sunday Business Post Tomas Clancy talks about the new Bordeaux supermarket wine wars.
Having won the Maeve Binchy travel award Henrietta McKervey has set out to travel to all the light houses featured on the BBC Radio 4 shipping forecast. She joins Marian in studio.
Yotam Ottolenghi is an Israeli born cookery writer and chef who has achieved phenomenal success since he moved to Britain in the late 90’s. Renowned for his vegetarian recipes, Yotam also runs his own group of restaurants and food shops.
Dr Gabriel Fitzpatrick talks to Marian about his work in Sierra Leone treating people with Ebola.
Ian Robertson joins Marian on the line to talk about the Yes campaigns demonstration of a remarkable social movement, especially for the disenfranchised in Scotland.
This week saw the sale at auction of Hayes Hotel in Thurles. Birthplace of the GAA the iconic hotel went for €650,000 and Marian spoke to the new owner – Jack Hally who is 27 and from Fethard in Tipperary.
Editor of Silicone Republic David Kennedy joins Marian to talk about the new Apple products and U2's association with the California tech company.
The Most Revd David Chillingworth and media producer Scott Fairweather discuss the Scottish Independence Referendum.
Des Cahill talks to Marian about todays camogie final between Cork and Kilkenny and next weeks football final between Kerry and Donegal.
The Panel: Kevin Cullen - The Boston Globe, Ciara Kelly - GP and Broadcaster, Alan Barrett - Research Professor with the ESRI, Gerard Howlin - Public Affairs Consultant and Irish Examiner Columnist, Sam Smyth - Columnist – The Irish Mail on Sunday.
Producer and member of Horslips Jim Lockhart joins Marian to talk about Culture Night.
Former Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Peter Hain joins Marian on the line to talk about Ian Paisley.
Clinical Psychologist Maureen Gaffney joins Marian to talk about vulnerability and how it can be a positive.
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Presenter: Marian Finucane