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Morning Ireland Friday 26 May 2017
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Cathal Mac Coille.
Damien Tiernan, Southeast Correspondent, reports on the death of a baby girl after she was found unresponsive in a car in Co Tipperary
Sean Fleming, Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, reacts to last night's RTÉ Investigates programme, which said some third level facilities are wasting public money
Dr Graham Love, CEO of the HEA, discusses the issues raised about the governance at some Irish universities and Institute of Technology as revealed on RTÉ Investigates
Louise Byrne reports from the Red Cow Hotel in Dublin and the first of the Fine Gael hustings
Martina Fitzgerald, Political Correspondent, and Fiach Kelly, Irish Times Political Correspondent, discuss and analyse last night's Fine Gael leadership hustings
Allan Donoghue, Retired Detective Chief Inspector in Manchester, discusses the latest in the Manchester bombing investigation
Dr Shari McDaid, Director of Mental Health Reform, discusses the care of young people in the public mental health service as beds at a Dublin facility are set to close
Anita Donoghay, Senior Conservation Officer with BirdWatch Ireland, discusses efforts to save the Irish curlew population
Jackie Fox looks at the lessons and legacies of sub-standard building during the Celtic Tiger years in part four of our construction series
Luke Reilly, Otherkin lead singer, says it is a dream come true to support Guns'n'Roses at Slane
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Click here to listen back to Jackie Fox's series on the construction industry, 10 years after the crash
Jackie Fox spoke to some of the 121,000 tradespeople who lost their jobs when the construction industry collapsed almost 10 years ago
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