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    Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Claire Byrne.
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    Default day for Greece

    James Hughes, Chief Market Analyst at eToro, discusses how global markets are reacting to the Greek crisis, and what can be expected on the day that the nation faces default
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    Greece being held to ransom according to Sinn Féin

    Pearse Doherty, Sinn Féin's spokesperson on Finance, discusses why he thinks Greece is being held to ransom and the Irish government's stance on the crisis
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    'I'm not a slave' - the view from Athens

    David Murphy, RTÉ's Business Editor, discusses the sentiment in Greece on the day the Greek bailout expires, with both anti-austerity and pro-euro rallies taking place in the capital
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    Syriza has mandate to govern says founding member

    Michalis Spourdalakis, Founding Member of Syriza and Professor of Political Science at the University of Athens, discusses the possible outcomes for Greece at this late stage
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    First arrests made in Tunisia after shooting

    RTÉ's Richard Downes reports from Sousse in the aftermath of Friday's terror attack
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    Millions of asteroids in solar system not detected

    Scott Manley, an expert on asteroids, discusses the threat of potential strikes on Earth that is being highlighted by scientists and astronauts on the world's inaugural Asteroid Day
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    Discovery communications wins rights to Olympics

    Martin Ross, Online news editor at Sportcal, analyses the sale of the European rights to broadcast the 2018-2024 Olympic Games to Discovery Communications
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    Fall in head shop drug use among young people

    Dr Bobby Smyth, expert in youth drug use, discusses a new Trinity College study which shows a fall in "Head shop drugs" use among young people
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    Concern over lack of affordable housing to those on rent allowance

    Niamh Randall, of the Simon Community, discusses new research on the number of rental properties available to people on rent allowance
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    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Deirdre Purcell
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    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Deirdre Purcell
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    First hour podcast 30th June 2015

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    Holy Places: Part 3 of Cian McCormack's series

    It's day three of Cian McCormack's tour of Holy Places and, today, he's at the shrine in Knock, Co Mayo, which is visited by 1.5 million pilgrims visit every year

    Holy Places: Part 4 of Cian McCormack's series

    Cian McCormack's 'Holy Places' series continues in Lough Derg, Co Donegal

    Holy Places: Part 5 of Cian McCormack's series

    Cian McCormack reports that Clare County Council is to purchase Holy Island in Lough Derg, Co Clare

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