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Morning Ireland Thursday 24 July 2014
Averil Power, Fianna Fail Senator, discusses Ireland's abstention from a vote at the UN Human Rights Council on a resolution calling for an investigation into war crimes in Gaza
Jonathan Miller, Foreign Affairs Correspondent with Channel 4 news, reports on a call by Hamas leader for a ceasefire to end of Gaza blockade
Shashank Joshi, research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, discusses the possibility of a truce
Rafi Sela, President of AR Challenges a transport and security consultancy firm in Tel Aviv, reacts to US and other international airliners decision to stop flights to Israel's capital
Daniel McConnell, Political Correspondent with Independent Newspapers, discusses the political issues of the day following yesterday's last Cabinet meeting before the summer break
Pearse Doherty, Finance Spokesman Sinn Fein, discusses the next steps in the banking inquiry
Steve Thomas, from the Centre for Health Policy at Trinity College Dublin, on the plans to extend free GP care
Charlie Weston, Personal Finance Editor with the Irish Independent, and Noel Harrington, Fine Gael TD for Cork South West and resident of the Castletownbere, discusses the closure of the credit union there
Eamon Timmins, Head of Advocacy and Communications at Age Action Ireland, discusses the dangers for older people during the warm weather
Catherine Shanahan, reporter with the Irish Examiner, examines a county by county breakdown of health statistics
Presented Fiona Kelly
Presented by Brian Finn
Presented by Des Cahill
Presented by Brian Jennings
Presented by Clara Finkela of Met Éireann
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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