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Morning Ireland Tuesday 12 August 2014
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Christopher McKevitt
Steve Futterman, CBS News West Coast Correspondent, reports on the sad death of US actor Robin Williams
Sinead Crowley, our Arts and Media correspondent, discusses the legacy of comedian and Hollywood actor Robin Williams
Jonathan Rugman, Channel 4's Foreign Affairs Correspondent, says thousands of Yazidi Kurds will die on Mount Sinjar unless more rescue helicopters are dispatched
Bishop Saad Sirop in northern Iraq, says the Chaldean Catholic Church is struggling to shelter the thousands of Christians fleeing the advance of Islamic State insurgents.
Patrick Cockburn, Middle East correspondent for the Independent newspaper, gives an analysis of the rise of the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria
Dr Emer Smyth, of the ESRI, discusses a new report into the experiences of young people moving into further education and the labour market
Somaia Halawa discusses the trial of her brother Ibrahim who was arrested last year during protests in Egypt
Seamus Martin, journalist in Moscow, discusses the Russian proposal to send a humanitarian convey into Ukraine
Juno McEnroe, of the Irish Examiner, discusses pressure on Ireland over plans to introduce plain packaging for cigarettes
Professor Ray Murphy of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway, discusses a new UN inquiry to probe possible war crimes in Gaza
Tommie Gorman, our Northern Editor, reports that fans can pay to stay in the former home of golfer Rory McIlroy in County Down
Jack Teeling, of Teeling Whiskey Company, discusses plans to open a new distillery in the capital
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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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