Monday - Friday, 07.00 - 09.00
Morning Ireland Friday 8 September 2017
Presented by Gavin Jennings and Paul Cunningham
Marie O'Connor, from Co Cork, tells Gill Stedman about her experiences living in emergency accommodation for five months with her husband and two children
Tanya Ward, Chief Executive of the Children's Rights Alliance, gives her view on the latest figures, which reveal the number of children without a home stands at over 2,970
Maria Bailey TD, chairperson of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government, discusses the homeless crisis.
Tony Geoghegan, Chief Executive of Merchants Quay Ireland, discusses its annual review for 2016
Tania Escamilla, Regional Communications Coordinator with Oxfam in Haiti, discusses the potential damage that Hurricane Irma could inflict on a country still recovering from previous disasters
Cian McCormack speaks to an Irish family who welcomed a baby girl just hours before Hurricane Irma made landfall on Turks and Caicos
Helena Smith, the Guardian's Greece Correspondent, reports on a call from French President Emmanuel Macron in Athens to rebuild the European Union
Rodger Murray, Chair of Callan Tansey Solicitors, discusses the issue of medical negligence, as a conference on the issue takes place in Sligo
James Blears, news correspondent with Global Radio News, gives update on on an earthquake described by Mexico's president as the country's strongest in a century
Dermot O'Leary, General Secretary of the National Bus and Rail Union, is critical of plans by Iarnród Éireann to move staff from stations where they might have sold tickets on to their trains instead.
Presented by Deirdre Purcell
Presented by Des Cahill
Presented by Conor Brophy
Presented by Met Éireann's Liz Walsh
Presented by Christopher McKevitt
Presented by Gavin Jennings and Paul Cunninngham
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Louise Byrne reports on pre-term twins Zoe and Jessica Nugent who were given just a 30% chance of survival
Aisling Kenny reports on a study which identified seven city centre routes as "unsuitable" for cyclists