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Morning Ireland Thursday 14 August 2014
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Christopher McKevitt
Damien Tiernan reports that two people have been found alive and one is still missing following a boating accident off west Cork.
Kieran Cotter of the Baltimore lifeboat discusses the rescue operation off the west Cork coast this morning
Damien Tiernan says the body of a man has been found and is now being brought to shore in west Cork
Hawar Ali, of the Bas News Agency in Irbil, Northern Iraq discusses the latest situation there
Hazhir Teimourian, Middle East expert, discusses the likely EU intervention to help Kurds fleeing IS and Shashank Joshi, research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, examines the scope of any such involvement
Timmy Dooley, Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Tourism and Sport questions Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe's approach to the threatened Irish Rail strike
Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, discusses the latest tourism figures
Our Northern Editor, Tommie Gorman, reports that a pilot lost control of a passenger plane after his artificial arm became detached as he was coming in to land.
Austin Hughes, Chief Economist KBC Bank, says consumer confidence has bounced back to a seven-year high.
Martin O'Donnell, Professor of Translation Medicine at NUIG and co-author of a new study on salt consumption, discusses the study that suggests too much and too little salt is harmful
Michael Kelly of the Irish Catholic says that the Pope is ready to accept Cardinal Brady's resignation
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Jackie Fox reports on who will, and who won't, be performing at Donald Trump's inauguration
Mícheál Lehane, of RTÉ's political staff, and David McCullagh, historian and Prime Time presenter, look back at the life and extraordinary career of economist TK Whitaker
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