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Morning Ireland Tuesday 22 July 2014
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings.
Dr Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian doctor working in Gaza, discusses the death toll and the apparent targeting of medical centres by Israeli forces
David Blair, Chief Foreign Correspondent with the Daily Telegraph, discusses the latest developments in Gaza
Boaz Modai, Israel's Ambassador to Ireland, discusses his country's offensive in Gaza
John McGuinness, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, discusses the legal challenge taken by former Rehab CEO Angela Kerins
Matt Frei, Europe Editor at Channel 4 News, reports on the latest from Ukraine
Laura Whelan reports that a Book of Condolences has opened in at Dublin's City Hall for the victims of the Malaysia Airlines tragedy
Fergal O'Leary, of the National Consumer Agency, talks about a new survey on home insurance which shows that consumers can make significant savings if they shop around
Paul Cunningham, RTÉ Europe Correspondent, looks ahead to today's Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels which will be dominated by discussions on the MH17 crash and the situation in Gaza
Damien O'Reilly, lecturer in Retail Management at Dublin Institute of Technology, discusses Philip Clarke's decision to step down as the chief executive of Tesco and the death of Karl Albrecht, co-founder of German supermarket chain Aldi
Dr Allan Mee, of the Golden Eagle Trust, talks about the remarkable popularity of the White Tailed Sea Eagles on the shores of Lough Derg, Co Clare
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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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