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Friday 29th July

Heavy traffic expected amid Luas works

Our reporter, Jackie Fox, on the diversions and road closures to take place over the August bank holiday weekend

Anglo sentences

Barrister Tony McGillicuddy on the implicatiuons of the judgement

Clinton vows to be president for 'all Americans'

BBC World Service Newshour presenter, James Coomarasamy, on reaction to Hilary Clintons primetime address

Two men held in connection with Dublin rape

Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, on the latest on the arrests that were made this morning

Government accused of denying abuse victims justice

Our Education Correspondent, Emma O'Kelly, says the government is accused of incorrectly interpeting a recent European Court of Human Right ruling

Ex-bank executives sentenced for €7.2bn conspiracy

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell, and our Business Editor David Murpnhy on the prison terms from two to three and a half years

Thursday 28th July

It's Ladies Day at the Galway Races

Our Western Correspondent, Pat McGrath reports on the preparations for Ladies Day

Obama endorses Clinton in convention speech

Washington Correspondent with the Irish Times, Simon Carswell, looks ahead to tonight's aceptance speech from Hilary Clinton

HIQA criticises liver transplant unit conditions

Our Health Correspondent, Fergal Bowers, on the inspection report

Appeal following alleged sexual assault in Dublin

Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, on the alleged incident in Clondalkin

Three killed in Donegal crash

Our reporter, Brendan Wright, and Chairperson of the Road Safety Authority, Liz O'Donnell, on the latest road deaths

€2.4m interim settlement over care failures

Our reporter, Sharon Gaffney, on Portuincula Hospital's apology for the care provided to Eoghan Dunne

Woman who drove car off pier sentenced to life in prison

Our reporter, Vivienne Traynor, on the trial of Marta Herda who has been found guilty of murder

Wednesday 27th July

Massive Center Parcs developmnent in Longford to create 1000 jobs

Longford TD, Kevin Boxer Moran, on the announcement made by An Bord Pleanála

Man jailed for eight years for manslaughter

Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, on the sentencing of Ross Allen

French religious leaders in call over security

Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, and Columnist at the Telegraph, Anne Elisabeth Moutet, on the latest terrorist attacks to hit France

Inquiry into foster home abuse may be extended

Special Needs Parents Association's Lorraine Dempsey, on the proposals before today's cabinet meeting

Central Bank cuts growth forecasts over Brexit

Our Business Editor, David Murphy, and Political Correspondent, David Davin Power, on the Central Bank's growth predictions

Tuesday 26th July

Limerick jockey, JT McNamara passes away

Fellow jockey and friend, Ruby Walsh, pays tribute to the Limerick jockey

Solar-powered plane completes first global flight

Irish engineer with the Solar Impulse team, Eoin Caldwell, on the solar plane's first global flight

Kenny to discuss Brexit with British prime minister

Our Political Correspondent, Martina Fitzgerald, on the Taoiseach's first meeting Theresa May

Sanders: Clinton 'must become' next US president

Washington Bureau Chief of the Financial Times, Demetri Sevastopulo, on the first nigth of the Democratic Convention

Microcredit scheme to be extended nationwide

Social Protection Minister, Leo Varadkar, on the loan scheme for those in receipt of social welfare payments

Priest killed in French church siege

France 24 journalist, Stephen Carroll, and Paris based Irish priest Fr Aidan Troy on the incident just outside of Rouen

Monday 25th July

Irish priest to investigate $9 million found in Argentinian convent

Fr. Tom O'Donnell, originally from Templeglantine in West Limerick on his investigation in Argentina

GAA and GPA agree to €6m annual deal

Former manager and columnist, Eugene McGee, on the announcement made at Croke Park

British PM Theresa May discusses Brexit on first visit to Belfast

Our Northern reporter, Brendan Wright, on this mornings meeting

Two people killed in Florida shooting

The Daily Telegraph US Correspondent, Harriet Alexander, on the incident at Fort Myers

Two thirds of homes in Ireland are bought by cash buyers

Our Business Editor, David Murphy, on the startling figures

Teachers to face being struck off

Director of the Teaching Council, Tomás Ó'Ruairc, on the new 'Fitness To Teach' provisions

Man guilty of marital rape jailed for ten years

Our courts reporter, Vivienne Traynor, on the sentencing at Central Criminal Court

Friday 22nd July

EU adjusts Ireland's 2030 emissions goals

Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Denis Naughton, on Ireland's responsibilities

Trump vows to put America first

Boston attorney and NUI Galway Law Lecturer, Larry Donnelly, on Trump's acceptance speech

Homeless families told to leave hotel

Our reporter, Samantha Libreri, on the receivership of Lynam's Hotel, and what now for the five families who are living there

School abuse victims asked to withdraw legal action by State

Our Education Correspondent, Emma O'Kelly, and Louise O'Keefe who took a successful case against the state, on the letters sent to abuse victims by lawyers representing the Department of Education

Thursday 21st July

Diver locates prized heirloom from Mediterranean seabed

Former member of the British Sub Aqua Club, George Edmunds, on retrieving a £12,000 ring

Mental health issues in young a growing concern

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone, on the issue of children's mental health services

State of emergency declared in Turkey after failed coup

NUI Galway scholar and human rights lecturer with Koc University in Istanbul, Sally Anne Corcoran on the situation in Turkey

Varadkar in favour of indexing social welfare payments

Our Political Correspondent, David Davin-Power, on Varadkar's comments at MacGill Summer School in Co Donegal

Man gets 14 years for attack on former partner

Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds speaking to victim Rose Kenny

President Hollande meets with Taoiseach and President

Our Economics Correspondent, Sean Whelan on the French President's morning visit to Dublin

Liability is on Ireland to pay EU €280 million - Noonan

Finance Minister, Michael Noonan says there will be flexibility in terms of the payment

Wednesday 20th July

EU publishes 2030 emission targets as its confirmed that June was the hottest month on record

Member of Ireland's National Expert Advisory Council on Climate Change, Professor Joseph Curtin on Ireland's obligations

Limerick gang members sentenced on major heroin operation

Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds on the sentencing of Brian and Kieran Collopy

Turkey bans academics from travelling abroad

Former Europe Minister and Chief Advisor to President Erdogan, Egemen Bagis on the latest measures from Turkey

Drugs savings agreement to save state €750 million

Minister for Health, Simon Harris on the four year agreement with drugs firms

Tuesday 19th July

Housing crisis - Government announces action plan

Our reporter Emma McNamara, People Before Profit TD, Richard Boyd Barrett and Lecturer of Housing at DIT, Lorcan Sirr, on the plan

Melania Trump speech similar to Michelle Obama's

Washington Bureau Chief with the Financial Times, Demetri Sevastopulo on the latest from Ohio

Minimum wage should be increased- Low Pay Commission

Chairperson of the Commission and Labour Minister, Ged Nash, on the proposals

Father and son killed in County Limerick crash

Journalist Jimmy Wolfe on the two-vehicle collision

Prepare for border poll in the wake of Brexit - Taoiseach

The North's Democratic Unionist Party MP, Ian Paisley Junior on the comments made by Enda Kenny

Monday 18th July

Flood victims could be incentivised to move elsewhere

Our Western Correspondent, Pat McGrath, on the proposed relocation scheme

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