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Morning Ireland Tuesday 26 August 2014
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Fran McNulty.
Nicola Cooke, spokesperson for Bus Éireann, discusses the problems that have arisen in the issuing of annual school transport tickets
Simon Stokes, Chair of the Residential Property group of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, says the latest figures show a return to normality in the market
Aidan McLoughlin, PRO Mayo County Board, criticises the decision of the GAA to turn down a request by the county to have the All-Ireland Football semi final played in Croke Park
Andrew E. Kramer, Moscow Correspondent for the New York Times in Donetsk, discusses the latest situation in eastern Ukraine
Alistair Short, Concern's country director in Liberia, says the Ebola outbreak is only getting worse in the west African country
Billy Timmins, Reform Alliance TD for Wicklow, calls for an extension of the deadline for payment of the second home tax
Gerard Dollard, Director of Services at Clare County Council, discusses the local authority's progress in taking over unfinished housing developments
David Torrance, author, reviews last night's TV debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling ahead of the referendum on Scottish independence.
Denis Mahon reports on Ireland's unique place in the world of animation
Anthony Quigley, Founder and Director of the Digital Marketing Institute, analyses why Amazon wants the game streaming platform and how it intends to make money from it
Fr Brian D'Arcy recalls his introduction to the late Taoiseach, and his enduring friendship with him
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Ciara Ni Bhroin reports on new guidelines from Women's Aid and Facebook to prevent abuse online
Bob Schmuhl, Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame, discusses the fallout from the second presidential debate