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    Tuesday 9th February

    Uber in Ireland

    Brian O'Connell report and Kieran Harte, General Manager, UBER Ireland

    Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

    Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

    Careers in STEM

    Alison O'Shea, Mary Carty and Fionnuala Meehan

    Reaction to Paul O'Connell's Retirement

    Trevor Hogan and David Wallace

    Joint Leader of the Social Democrats - Roisin Shortall

    Roisin Shortall

    Another Gangland Murder in Dublin

    Christy Burke, Independent Cllr., Maureen O'Sullivan, Independent, Paul Williams, Special Correspondent, Irish Independent

    Monday 8th February

    Weekend Sport

    Stephen Ferris, Former Ireland and Lions Rugby International, Orla Bannon, Sports Writer, Damian Lawlor, Author and Broadcaster

    Election 2016: Leaders

    Richard Boyd Barrett, People Before Profit, Ruth Coppinger, Anti-Austerity Alliance

    Mental Health: Grief

    Professor Jim Lucey, Medical Director, St. Patricks Hospital in Dublin

    Gangland Killing at The Regency Hotel in Dublin

    John O'Brien, Retired Chief Superintendent at the Crime and Security Section, Garda HQ, Frances Fitzgerald, Minister for Justice, Padraig McLoughlin, Sinn Fein Spokesperson for Justice and Equality, Paul Williams, Special Correspondent, Irish Independent, Michael O'Toole, Crime Correspondent, The Star

    Friday 5th February

    The Constituency of Tipperary

    Michael Heverin, Editor of The Clonmel Nationalist and Gary Cotter, Editor of The Nenagh Guardian joined Sean.

    Tipperary Candidate Debate

    Alan Kelly, Labour Noel Coonan, Fine Gael Jackie Cahill, Fianna Fail Seamus Morris, Sinn Fein Seamus Healy, Independent Mattie McGrath, Independent

    Coolmore Stud and Ballydoyle Training

    All that's best in racing - right here in Co. Tipperary. Brian O'Connell meets trainer Aidan O'Brien and Galileo, the most valuable animal in the world.

    Thursday 4th February

    Leader of Renua - Lucinda Creighton

    Lucinda Creighton

    World Cancer Day

    Arlene Harris, Journalist, Dr. Robert O'Connor, head of Research, Irish Cancer Society

    Fine Gael and Fianna Fail Work Together

    Dermot Ahern, Former F.F. Justice Minister, Fiach Kelly, Irish Times

    Wednesday 3rd February

    Tuesday 2nd February

    National Rehab Hospital, Dun Laoghaire

    Evelyn O'Rourke

    New Regulations for Supermarket Suppliers

    Paul Kelly, Director of Food and Drink Industry Ireland

    Brexit Proposals Publication

    Suzanne Lynch, Europe Correspondent Irish Times

    Election 2016

    Alison O'connor, Gary Murphy, Paddy Duffy, Fionnan Sheahan

    Monday 1st February

    Weekend Sport

    Damian Lawlor, Mags Darcy and Eugene McGee

    Traffic Collision in Co. Galway

    John Fallon, Media West

    Science Matters: Living in Space

    Sean Duke, Science Communicator and Author

    Dry January - The End

    Deirdre Reynolds and Damien Tiernan

    Politics

    Pat Leahy, Sunday Business Post, Jennifer Bray, Deputy Political Editor, Daily Mail

    What next for David Drumm?

    Larry Donnelly, Lecturer in Law, NUI Galway

    Friday 29th January

    The Gathering

    Mary Lou McDonald, S.F. Deputy Leader, TD Dublin Central, Fergus O'Dowd, F.G. TD Louth, Tony Foley, Senior Lecturer, DCU Business School, Catherine Halloran, Political Correspondent, Irish Daily Star

    Back Pain

    Neil Welsh, Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach, Sports Surgery Clinic

    Body found in a slurry pit in Cork

    Ralph Riegel, Irish Independent

    Movie : Spotlight

    Colm O'Gorman, Executive Director, Amnesty Ireland, Eileen King, Solicitor and Spokesperson with Catholic Comment

    1916 Centenary: Language

    Declan Kiberd, Co Editor 'Handbook of the Irish Revival' with Readers Barry Barnes and Cathy Belton

    Hidden Salt in Our Diet

    Richelle Flanagan, Dietician with Nutritionwise.ie

    Abuse Scandal at Foster Home

    Catherine Ghent, Family Law Solicitor

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