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    Morning Ireland Thursday 21 August 2014

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    Morning Ireland

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    Former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds dies, aged 81

    Conor Hunt takes a look back at the life of Albert Reynolds; Brian Dowling, political reporter, and Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, assess his career
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    Albert Reynolds remembered

    Mary O'Rourke, former Fianna Fáil minister, and Brian Dowling, political reporter, discuss the Reynolds Government
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    Current and former Fianna Fáil leaders pay tribute to Albert Reynolds

    Micheal Martin, Fianna Fáil leader, Gerry Adams, President of Sinn Féin, and Bertie Ahern, former Taoiseach, remember Albert Reynolds
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    Albert Reynolds: the man and the legacy

    John Bruton, former Taoiseach, Olivia O'Leary, broadcaster and journalist, Martin Mansergh, former TD and Senator who played a central role in the peace process, take a look at the person and the politics. Ciaran Mullooly, Midlands Correspondent, speaks to locals from Albert Reynolds' constituency of Longford-Westmeath
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    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Valerie Cox
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    8:10am It Says In The Papers

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    How to cope with costs of 'free' third-level education

    Greg O'Donoghue, USI Vice President for Welfare, discusses the financial difficulties students face as they take up their college places. More info at http://www.usi.ie

    Students to fight over 40% fewer properties

    Ronan Lyons, economist with Daft.ie, says this year is likely to be the toughest in over a decade for students looking for accommodation

    How much salt is enough?

    Martin O'Donnell, Professor of Translation Medicine at NUIG and co-author of a new study on salt consumption, discusses the study that suggests too much and too little salt is harmful

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