Michael Cullen from Marketing.ie talks to Marian about advertising slogans.
Michael Cullen from Marketing.ie talks to Marian about advertising slogans.
Marian talks to author Asne Sierstad about the Anders Behring Breivik appeal.
Katherine McGillycuddy talks to Marian about suspended sentences.
Eamon Dunphy, Pat Mangier, David McWilliams, Suzanne Kelly and John Mullins.
Chef Gearoid Lynch who is a Coeliac joins Marian in studio to talk about gluten free cooking.
David Fennell, Caroline Brady and Fiona Kennedy talk about their hobbies: colouring, Leggo and roller skating.
Actor Patrick Bergin joins Marian to talk about life in Hollywood and his participation in the Centenary of 1916 by reading the Proclamation at the childhood home of Patrick Pearse.
Marian is joined by Eimear Ni Mhathuna who is bainisteoir of Fanad Lighthouse and writer Henrietta McKervey who travelled around many of Ireland and Britain's lighthouses.
Former Fianna Fail Minister Dermot Ahern joins Marian in studio.
Guidebook Publishers Audrey and Gregory Bracken talk about their new book: Dublin Strolls: Exploring Dublin's Architectural Treasures.
Royal commentator Jennie Bond joins Marian on the line.
Marian is joined by Richard Corrigan - chef and restaurateur, Larry Murrin - CEO of Dawn Farm Foods, Nicola Byrne - CEO Cloud90 and Martin McVicker - Founder of Combilift.
The Panel: John O’Brien - Former Detective Chief Superintendent & National Head of Interpol, Julie O’Neill - Former Secretary-General at the Department of Transport, Eamon Ryan - Leader of the Green Party & TD for Dublin Bay South, Katherine Zippone - Ind TD Dublin South West & Ciaran Mac an Bhaird - Lecturer Economics & Finance DCU
Personal Trainer and Coach Helen Walsh talks about losing some weight for the Summer.
Marian talks to Ann Hodge, who is a curator in the National Gallery about the upcoming exhibition of Leonardo Da Vinci drawings.
Marian is joined by Sean O'Sullivan and his partner Tish Durkin who talk about bringing their son Matthias to the US to avail of better autism services.
Marian is joined in studio by Bishop Willie Walsh.
Marian is joined by Joseph O'Connor, Michael Harding and John McColgan with Edna O'Brien on the line.
Marian is joined by FBI Senior Art Crime Investigator Bob Wittman and the Ian Whyte who is managing director of Whytes Auctioneers.
Marian is joined by Associate Professor in Finance TCD, Jim Stewart and Sorley McCaughey who is head of advocacy and policy with Christian Aid.
The Panel: John McGuinness-Fianna Fáil TD for Carlow/Kilkenny, Tom Lyons-Business Editor–Sunday Business Post, Ulick McEvaddy-Founder, Omega Air, Aisling Meehan - Farmer, Solicitor & Tax consultant & Mary Lou McDonald-Dep Leader of Sinn Fein
Marian is joined by Fiann O'Nualain who talks about growing food for good health.
Marian is joined on the line by Tiernan Brady who is Policy director with the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network.
Marian is joined on the line by trainer Jessica Harrington.
Dermot Bannon joins Marian in studio to talk about the Simon Open Door Homeless Appeal.
Marian is joined by: John Bruton - Former Fine Gael Taoiseach, Pat Carey - Former FF Minister and Govt Chief Whip & John Downing - Political Correspondent - Irish Independent
The Sunday Times secretly filmed a London doctor who claims he doped 150 sports stars and has never met a clean athlete. Enda Brady of Sky News reports
Award-winning documentary maker Norma Percy joins the programme from BBC in London to give the background on the series. Also on the phone is Patrick Farrelly, a producer/director and film maker based in New York
Today's panel to discuss the Sunday newspapers are: Frank Flannery, former Fine Gael strategist. ; Ann Rabbitte, Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East; Blair Horan, former General Secretary of CPSU; Colette Browne, Irish Independent columnist; Oliver Callan, comedian.
Gerry Molloy runs woofadvisor.ie, an online platform for dog lovers. The site is easy to use and is growing every week as people travelling with dogs contribute to it with reviews of hotels, B & Bs, places to eat with canines, hundreds of miles of walks and good places to stop off when driving.
The legend that is Philomena Begley is in studio to chat to Marian. She featured in RTE One’s 1916 celebratory ‘Centenary’ TV show last Monday night to widespread acclaim
A phone is a portable and personal computer which is always on and always with us - it is an incredibly revealing window into our lives, movements, communications as well as a gateway to online banking, etc. This makes security of these devices vital. Dr T J McIntyre is a lecturer in law at UCD, a lawyer, and chair of Digital Rights Ireland.
Vice Admiral Mark Mellett took up the post of Chief of Staff of the Irish Defence Forces six months ago, the first time a naval officer has been appointed to the post.
Jamie Morris is the son of horse trainer Mouse Morris. Jamie's brother Tiffer died of carbon monoxide poisoning in Argentina last year.
CEO of Concern Dominic McSorley joins Marian and the panel in studio.
The Panel: Eoin Ryan - Former Fianna Fáil MEP & TD, Manchan Magann - Writer & documentary maker, Mary Banotti - Former MEP & grand niece of Michael Collins, Col Colm Doyle - Retired military officer and Noirin Hegarty - Operations Director Ireland Lonely Planet.
Michael Kelly of GIY joins Marian to talk about growing your own food.
Interior Designer Avril Murphy Allen joins Marian in studio.
Chef Kevin Dundon joins Marian in studio with some Easter recipes.
Zlata Filipovic talks about living in Sarajevo for two years during the siege, her unusual escape and the diary she kept during that time.
Marian is joined by Leftenant Gearoid O’Briain - Great Grandson of Cathal Brugha and Sgt James Pearse - Great Grandson of James Connolly.
Catholic writer and broadcaster Mark Dowd joins Marian from Manchester.
Professor Dmitri Tsiskarashvili from the Department of Russian and Slovanic Studies in TCD joins Marian to talk about Russian President Vladamir Putin.
Travel writer Yvonne Gordon and director Paddy Breathnach talk about the lifting of sanctions and visit of Barack Obama to Cuba.
Eoghan Ó Neachtain - Director Henaghan Communications & Former Gov Press Secretary, Ronan Lyons - Economist Trinity College Dublin & author of Daft.ie reports, Sheila Nunan - Management Consultant & Declan Power - Security & Defence Analyst
Marian is joined by certified financial planner Eoin Buckley who talks about private pensions.
Donal Linehan joins Marian in studio to talk about Irelands last game in this years RBS Six Nations against Scotland.
Bob Geldof joins Marian on the line to talk about a his part documentary: 'A Fanatic Heart: Geldof on Yeats'.
Conor Pope joins Marian to talk about the cost of living comparing Dublin with a number of other European cities.
Glen Hansard joins Marian in studio to talk about the Imagining Home concert he is curating as part of the 1916 commemorations.
This week for the first time members of the LGBT Irish community have been invited to march in the New York St Patrick’s Day Parade. Brendan Fay, founder of the Lavender and Green Alliance, who has been fighting for this for 25 years, is delighted with the outcome of his campaign and looking forward to the event
There were skirmishes and scuffles at the latest Donald Trump Presidential rally in Chicago where protesters succeeded in having the rally cancelled. Dan O’Sullivan, a freelance journalist, reports.
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Presenter: Marian Finucane