Marian Finucane

Marian Finucane

Saturday, Sunday, 11 - 1pm

marian@rte.ie

Marian Finucane Saturday 6 April 2013

Marian Finucane

Marian Finucane

Live stimulating mix of news, interviews, reports and discussion.

Interview: Marian talks to Nessa Childers about her reasons for resigning from the parliamentary Labour Party, and what the future holds.

Marian comments on the story surrounding Lee Halpin, who died while immersing himself in homelessness for a week in a bid to become a Channel 4 journalist.

Col. Colm Doyle and Ian Robertson (Prof. of Psychology, Trinity and author of, "The Winner Effect") talk about the threat of a war in Korea. Copy and paste the link below to read the article that Ian wrote in the Huffington Post:

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/professor-ian-robertson/kim-jong-un-behaving-rationally_b_3018667.html

On the eve of the ninth anniversary of the beloved Maureen Potter's death, we listen to a clip from the classic comedienne.

Owen Fitzpatrick, author of, "The Charismatic Edge," joins us in studio to talk about popularity and charisma and how they are achieved.

And last but not least, Natasha Fennell and Paul Whitington come in to tell us about the latest film and television releases. 

Interview: Nessa Childers.

Interview: Nessa Childers.

Interview: Marian talks to Nessa Childers about her reasons for resigning from the parliamentary Labour Party, and what the future holds.

North Korea.

Col. Colm Doyle and Ian Robertson (Prof. of Psychology, Trinity and author of, "The Winner Effect") talk about the threat of a war in Korea.

Copy and paste the link below to read the article that Ian wrote in the Huffington Post:

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/professor-ian-robertson/kim-jong-un-behaving-rationally_b_3018667.html

Popularity&charisma

Owen Fitzpatrick, author of, "The Charismatic Edge," joins us in studio to talk about popularity and charisma and how they are achieved.

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