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Morning Ireland Thursday 31 July 2014
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Claire Byrne and Fran McNulty.
Paul Mason, journalist with Channel 4 News in Gaza, discusses the situation on the ground there
Tom Clonan, Irish Times Security Consultant, analyses the tactics and strategies of Hamas and Israel in the ongoing conflict
Paul Reynolds, RTÉ Crime Correspondent, discusses the garda investigation into the discovery of a man's body in a field in Co Meath yesterday evening
Dr Darina O'Flanagan, Director of the Health Protection Surveillance Centre, discusses the threat posed by the Ebola virus
Tarik Jasarevic, World health Organisation Spokesperson, discusses the international response to the latest outbreak of Ebola in West Africa
Paul Byrne, journalist with Associated Press in Buenos Aires, reports on Argentina's latest debt difficulties
Fiona Mitchell reports from Scotland where the economy is a key issue as the Scots prepare to vote in a referendum on Independence
John Green, Chairman of the Glasnevin Trust, discusses a new monumental 'Cross of Sacrifice' at Glasnevin Cemetery to commemorate the Irish soldiers who died in WWI and WWII
Justin McCarthy reports on the events being organised by the Polish community in Dublin to mark the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw uprising during World War II
Dr Heather Jones, Associate Professor at the London School of Economics, and John Horne, Professor of Modern European History at Trinity College Dublin, discuss the centenary of the outbreak of WWI
Presented Deirdre Purcell
Presented by Deirdre Purcell
Presented by Emma McNamara from London
Presented by Des Cahill
Presented by Brian Jennings
Presented by Eoin Sherlock 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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