Thursday 25th May

Trump in Brussels

General Jack Keane, Retired 4 Star General

Here Comes the Summer

Paddy O'Gorman went to the beach

Colm Toibin: House of Names

Colm Toibin

Homeless Families Sent to Garda Stations

Cheryl Barnewell and Anthony Flynn, CEO Inner City Helping Homeless

Things Fall Apart

Paul Mason, Economist, Author and Broadcaster

Press Ombudsman

Peter Feeney

Manchester Terrorist Attack

Hugh Orde, Former Chief Constable of the PSNI, Independent Senator Gerard Craughwell, Damien McCarthy, Former President GRA

Wednesday 24th May

An American in Paris

Olan McGowan

The Handmaid's Tale

Eamon Dunphy, Edel Coffey, Hugh Linehan and Natasha Fennell

The Times Goes to Print

Richard Oakley, Editor of The Times, Ireland Edition

Central Bank Auction

Niall Mullen, Antique Dealer

Trump meets the Pope

John Allen, Associate Editor of The Crux

Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement

Niall Collins, F.F. Spokesperson on Jobs and Enterprise, Professor Niamh Brennan, Lecturer in Corporate Governance at the Smurfit Business School in UCD

Manchester Bomb Attack

Vincent McAviney, Senior Reporter at LBC Radio, Patrick Bury, Lecturer at the UK Defence Academy in Cranfield University, Dr. Ali Selim, Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland

Tuesday 23rd May

Electric Cars

James Arbib, Rethinking Transportation 2020 to 2030

Ellen Frey McCourt

Angela's Ashes The Musical

HSE Maternity Report

Aoife Hegarty, RTE Investigations Unit

Nenagh District Court

Paddy O'Gorman

Fine Gael Leadership

Mary Minihan, Political Correspondent Irish Times

Children's Ombudsman

Niall Muldoon

Manchester Bombing

Vincent McAviney, Senior Reporter at LBC Radio, Brendan Pittaway, Manchester based Journalist, Tom Clonan, Security Analyst

Monday 22nd May

Weekend Sport

Orla Bannon, Sports Writer, Damian Lawlor, Presenter RTE GAA Podcast, Ciaran Murphy, Second Captains

Author Ann Patchett

Ann Patchett

UK Election

Kevin Maguire, Associate Editor Daily Mirror, Andrew Pierce, Daily Mail Consultant

Talking to Kids about Cancer

Elayne Devlin report and Yvonne O'Meara, Senior Social Worker, Our Lady's Hospice in Dublin


Dr. Leslie Vinjamuri, Associate Fellow with US and The Americas Programme, Chatham House, Lyse Doucet, BBC Chief International Correspondent

Fine Gael Leadership

Fionnan Sheahan, Editor Irish Independent, Noel Whelan, Barrister and Commentator, David Stanton, F.G. TD, Josepha Madigan, F.G. TD

Friday 19th May

The Gathering

Professor Gary Murphy, Dep. Law and Gov DCU, Niamh Lyons, Political Editor Times-Ireland Edition, Fergus O'Dowd, F.G. TD Louth, Darragh O'Brien, F.f. TD Dublin Fingal

Summer TV

John Boland, Journalist and Critic, Taragh Loughrey Grant, Multimedia Journalist

Trump Travels Abroad

Marion McKeon, US based journalist with SBP

The Process

Tom Curran, Fine Gael General Secretary

Fine Gael Leadership

Charlie Flanagan, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Deirdre Clune, MEP Ireland South

Thursday 18th May

Simon Coveney announces his Intentions

James Reilly, Deputy Leader Fine Gael, Mary Regan, Columnist with the Sunday Business Post

The Life Well Lived

Jim Lucey, Author

Trump Special Counsel Appointed

David Fahrenthold, Washington Post Reporter

Enda Kenny Steps Down

Micheal Martin, F.F. Leader, Damien English, Minister of State, Brian Hayes, F.G. MEP, Finian, McGrath, Ind TD Dublin Bay North, Maria Bailey, F.G., John O'Mahony, F.G., Ciaran Cannon, F.G., Kate O'Connell, F.G., Pat Deering, F.G., Alan Farrell, F.G., Alison O Connor, Examiner, John Downing, Indo, Michael O'Regan, I.T.

Wednesday 17th May

Victims of Crime

Maria McDonald, Barrister and Founding Member Victims Rights Alliance, Sue O'Sullivan, Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime in Canada


Dr. Samir Hinduja, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida Atlantic University and Co-director of the Cyberbullying Research Centre


Helen Hanrahan, Blogger and Event Organiser, Professor Brian Kirby, Consultant Dermatologist

Spiralling Insurance Costs

Michael McGrath, Fianna Fail Spokesperson on Finance, Eoghan Murphy, Minister of State in the Department of Finance and Chair of the Cost of Insurance Working Group

Blanchardstown Apartment Complex Fire

Brian O'Connell report

Preparing for The Pay Talks

Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform

U.S. Politics: Fired FBI Director James Comey says he was asked to drop an inquiry into Russia Links

Seth Barrett Tillman, Law Lecturer at NUI Maynooth, Larry Donnelly, Lecturer in Law at NUI Galway

Tuesday 16th May

Beatification of Fr. John Sullivan

Fr. Barney McGuckian SJ

Monaghan District Court

Paddy O'Gorman


Carl O'Brien, Irish Time Social Affairs Correspondent

Sale of LE Aisling

Dominic Daly, Auctioneer, Lisa Chambers, F.F. Spokesperson on Defence, Pearce Flannery, Fine Gael Councillor


Evelyn O'Rourke

Psychological Abuse Research

Catherine Naughton, School of Law, University of Limerick

US Politics

Graham Finlay, School of Politics, UCD

Ian Brady Moors Murderer

Brendan Pittaway, Journalist

Monday 15th May

Weekend Sport

Damian Lawlor, Presenter RTE GAA Podcast, Orla Bannon, Broadcaster and Sports Journalist

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