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Morning Ireland Tuesday 15 July 2014
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings
Jonathan Miller, Foreign Affairs Correspondent with Channel 4 news, talks about the situation in Gaza and rumours of a possible cease-fire
James Rawley, Coordinator of Humanitarian Affairs in the Palestinian Territories, talks about UN operations in Gaza and explains why Israel prevented him and other UN officials from entering the area on Sunday
Martina Fitzgerald, RTÉ Political Correspondent, discusses the appointment of new Ministers of State expected today
John Kilraine, RTÉ Dublin Correspondent, discusses the announcement by Garth Brooks that all five concerts at Croke Park this month have been cancelled
Enda Kenny described the saga as 'a mess' while Dubliners gave reporter Justin McCarthy more mixed views
Susheela Math, legal counsellor with Transparency International Ireland, discusses the enactment of new whistleblower legislation
Brendan Howlin, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, discusses his enactment of whistleblower legislation
Paul Reynolds, RTÉ Crime Correspondent, discusses the trial of Wayne Dundon and Nathan Kileen who are charged with the murder of Roy Collins in Limerick in April 2009
Pat McGrath, RTÉ Western Correspondent, reports on the transition of the country's oldest regional newspaper, the Connaught Telegraph, to its new compact format
Elizabeth Arnett, Head of Communications and Corporate Services at Irish Water, discusses plans to seek PPS numbers from householders to allocate allowances
Dr Andrew Cottey, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Government in UCC, analyses the re-intensification of violence in eastern Ukraine in recent days
Cian McCormack continues his bicycle journey along the Wild Atlantic Way with a visit to Bunbeg in County Donegal
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Stephen Murphy asks people in Dublin whether they think Valentine's Day is the most loving day of the year, or just a cynical 'Hallmark Holiday'?
Aisling Kenny reports on a new, online exhibition marking the 110th anniversary of the riot sparked JM Synge's use of the word 'shift'
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