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Morning Ireland Tuesday 19 August 2014
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Christopher McKevitt
Kitty Holland, Irish Times journalist, describes the young woman at the centre of the latest abortion controversy
Michael Culloty, from the Money Advice and Budgeting Service, raises concerns over shops charging 'top up' fees to gas and electricity cards
Chris Gunness, of UNRWA, discusses the massive effort needed to rebuild Gaza
Ben James, BBC Correspondent, discusses the continuing fallout from the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri
Greg O'Donoghue, USI Vice President for Welfare, discusses the financial difficulties students face as they search for accommodation before starting college. more information at http://www.usi.ie
Ronan Lyons, Economist with Daft.ie, says this year is likely to be the toughest in over a decade for students looking for accommodation
Matt Bradley, Wall Street Journal's Middle East Correspondent in Iraq, discusses the latest on the conflict
Andrew E Kramer, Moscow Correspondent for the New York Times in Donetsk, reports on the attack on a convoy near the eastern city of Luhansk
Dr Garry Laverty, of Queen's University, describes a gel developed by his team to kill some of the most resistant hospital superbugs
Joshua Rozenberg, British legal commentator and journalist, on Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's two year residence in Ecuador's London embassy
Seán Ó Fearghaíl, Fianna Fáil Arts spokesperson, says the government should not sell the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
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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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