Water Works, World Markets and The 1916 Commemoration
This evening Cormac is joined by Paul Murphy Socialist Party TD, Dublin South-West, Ivana Bacik Labour Senator, Fr. Joe McDonald Priest working Ballyfermot, Eamon Ryan Leader of the Green Party and Mary Hanafin Fianna Fáil Cllr, Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown to discuss Water Charges, world markets and The 1916 Commemoration
The Spread of Ebola - Islamic State Fighters
This evening Cormac is joined by Peter Murtagh Reporter Irish Times, Larry Donnelly Law Lecturer at NUI Galway and columnist, TheJournal.ie, Karen Devine Lecturer in International Relations at The School of Law and Government in DCU, Eamon Delaney Commentator & Columnist, Declan Power Security & Defence Analyst, Guy Hedgecoe Journalist and Caitriona Perry Washington Correspondent to discuss The Spread of Ebola and Islamic State Fighters
The Latest in the Seanad Bye Election
This evening Cormac is joined by Gerard Craughwell Seanad Bye Election Candidate, Gerard Howlin, former special advisor to the then Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, now columnist the Irish Examiner, Jillian Van Turnhout Senator Independent nominated to the Seanad by Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Dave O’Connell Editor of the Connaught Tribune, Ciaran Mac an Bhaird Lecturer in FIONTAR at Dublin City University, Sinead O’Carroll News editor with TheJournal.ie and Caitriona Perry Washington Corespondent
The latest results from the European Elections Plus Labours difficulties
This evening Audrey is joined by Matt Carthy recently elected MEP Sinn Fein, Cian Mc Cormack, RTÉ Election Reporter from the Castlebar count centre. Audrey is then joined by Arthur Spring Labour TD for Kerry North & Limerick West, John Downing Political correspondent with the Irish Independent and former government press advisory, Dr. Niamh Puirseil Author of 'The Irish Labour Party, 1922-73', Ray Kavanagh Former Labour Party Chairman and Phil Prendergast Outgoing MEP
The GAA's Deal with Sky TV
The studio panel tonight are Michael O’ Keefe, Former Dublin Footballer and MD Pembroke Communications; Martin Breheny, Irish Independent; Dr Paul Rouse, UCD Historian; Sean Potts, Gaelic Players Association and on the phone by Liam Griffin, Former Wexford Hurling Manager, and Mícheál O Muircheartaigh, former broadcaster
The Ongoing Fallout from the Garda Taping Scandal / Is Access to Government only for the Rich and Powerful?
Tonight's panel: Mary Regan, Political Editor, Irish Examiner; Joanna Tuffy, Labour TD Dublin Mid-West; Chair of the Oireachtas Committee on Education and Social Protection; Frances Byrne, CEO, OPEN; Mary Rose Burke, Director, Business Representation, IBEC; and from Cork Dr Theresa Reidy, Lecturer in Government, UCC
Will the Country’s Economic Recovery Leave Rural Ireland Behind?
Tonight’s panel are: Andrew Doyle TD, Fine Gael, Wicklow; Mark Fielding, Chief Executive Officer, ISME; Aebhric McGibney, Policy and Communications Director, Dublin Chamber of Commerce; and from the Galway Studio, Padraig O’Ceidigh, Former CEO, Aer Arann.
Changes to the Junior Cert Examination
In studio to discuss this topic are: Joanna Tuffy, Labour TD Dublin Mid-West; Brian Mooney, Guidance Counsellor and Asst Principal at Oatlands College, Dublin; Katherine Donnelly, Education Correspondent, Irish Independent; and from the Galway Studio, Pat King, General Secretary of ASTI
Do Parents have the Right to Know if There is a Sex Offender in Their Area?
Tonight's panel are Denis Naughten, Reform Alliance TD, Roscommon-South Leitrim; Dearbhail McDonald, Associate Editor and Legal Editor, The Irish Independent; Ellen O’Malley Dunlop, CEO, The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre; and joining us by phone from London is Richard Garside, Director of Centre for Crime and Justice Studies