Today with Sean O'Rourke

Today with Sean O'Rourke

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Tuesday 28th June

Brexit - Mood in Belfast

Paddy O'Gorman went to Belfast

Racism post Brexit

Joanna Mludzinska, Chair, Polish Social and Cultural Association, Jakub Krupa, UK Correspondent for the Polish News Agency

Increase in Rent Supplement

Sam McGuinness, CEO Simon Community, Kevin Humphreys, Labour Party TD Dublin South East

Euro 2016: Iceland Win - England Exit

Felix Bergson, Radio and TV Presenter, Iceland, Kame Nzerem, Channel 4 Sports Correspondent

Brexit - Farmers on the Border

Evelyn O'Rourke report

CAO Changes and College Fees

Brian Mooney, Education and Career Guidance Expert

UK Labour Party in Turmoil

Ken Livingstone, Former Mayor of London

Water Charges

Brendan Ogle, Right2WaterCampaign, Eamon Ryan, Leader of The Green Party

Monday 27th June

Weekend Sport

Damian Lawlor, presenter of Jones’ Road, the RTE GAA podcast, Eamon Dunphy, soccer analyst and Linda Maher, Assistant Editor at the Irish Daily Mail join Seán in studio to review all of last weekend's soccer, rugby and GAA

Shakespeare 400: As You Like It

Shakespeare's comedy, written in 1599/1600 contains love and disguise and banishment and reconciliation. It also contains one of the most famous speeches in all of literature, the one that begins 'All the world's a stage'. To discuss the play, Niall MacMonagle joined us in studio

Brexit Ctd.

If the foundations of the European Union have been shaken by this vote, there is something closer to an earthquake being felt between the neighbouring countries of the United Kingdom.  For the fall out in the North, Tommie Gorman joined us on the line, and Suzanne Lynch was in Brussels.

Kieran Mulvey Retires

For the last 25 years Kieran Mulvey has been the 'go to' man for settling arguments in this country. Ireland's foremost industrial relations trouble shooter retired earlier this month from his role as head of the Workplace Relations Commission and he joined Seán in studio

Brexit

The political landscape of the UK is in a state of turmoil with the Conservatives looking for a new leader and Labour's Jeremy Corbyn appointing a new Shadow Cabinet in the last hour after the vote to Brexit triggered rebellion in his ranks. We have a panel in studio to discuss some of the implications

Thursday 23rd June

Book Club: Vinegar Girl

Michael Colgan, Director of Gate Theatre, Maura Derrane, RTE Presenter, Aileen Hickey, Barrister

Life as a Conflict Reporter

Fergal Keane

Euro 2016

Brian and Siobhan Duffy, Parents of Shane Duffy

Brexit Polling Day

Kevin Maguire, Associate Editor, Daily Mirror, Paddy Duffy, Author and Political Commentator

A Lille Magic

Mick Wallace, Eamon Dunphy, Ray Houghton, Barry Lenihan, George Downer, Wayne O'Sullivan, Davey Keogh

Wednesday 22nd June

Women's Aid

Evelyn O'Rourke

Win or Learn - John Kavanagh

John Kavanagh

Euro 2016

BarryLenihan in France and Eamon Dunphy

Rory McIlroy withdraws from Olympic Games in Rio

Paul McGinley, Olympic Golf Team Leader

Revenge Porn - The Legal Side

Pauline Walley, Barrister

Brexit

Fraser Nelson, Editor, Spectator

Rory McIlroy withdraws from Rio

Ian Carter, BBC Golf Correspondent, Siobhan Grehan, Director of Nursing, Tropical Medicines Bureau

Government Summer Statement

Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan

Tuesday 21st June

US VP Joe Biden comes to Ireland

Brian O'Connell

Data Protection Commissioner

Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commissioner

Social Media and Terrorism

JM Berger, Fellow with George Washington University's Program on Extremism

Irish Fans at the Euros

Ralph Riegel, Irish Independent

Irish Waste Management Association announce Price Freeze

Conor Walsh, Secretary of the Irish Waste Management Association

Revenge Porn

Jane

Bin Charges

Brid Smith, AAA - People Before Profit, Fergus O'Dowd, Fine Gael

Monday 20th June

Weekend Sport

Damian Lawlor, Author and Broadcaster, Ray Houghton, Former Ireland International, Eoghan O'Neachtain, Rugby Analyst

Air Pollution

Sean Duke, Science and Technology Journalist

Kilkenny District Court

Paddy O'Gorman

Bin Charges

Harry McGee, Irish Times

Taxi Driver Tensions

Brian O'Connell

Brexit

Dan O'Brien, Economist, Denis Staunton, Irish Times, Ken Murphy, Director General of The Law Society

Political Misogyny

Mairead McGuinness, Fine Gael MEP, Joan Burton, Former Labour Party Leader and Tanaiste

Friday 17th June

The Gathering

Tony Foley, Senior Lecturer, DCU Business School, Alison O'Connor, Broadcaster and Irish Examiner Columnist, Declan Power, Security Analyst, Sinead O'Carroll, News Editor, TheJournal.ie

Looking after our Skin

Dr. Sharad Paul, Biologist and Specialist in skin cancer

Increase in Bin Charges

Paul Melia, Environment Editor, Irish Independent

20th Anniversary of the death of Veronica Guerin

Graham Turley

EURO 2016

Barry Lenihan in Bordeaux and Eamon Dunphy on tomorrows's fixture against Belgium

Murder of Jo Cox, MP

Ken Livingstone, Former Mayor of London, Sally Mulready, Member of the Irish Council of State and Councillor for the London Borough of Hackney, East London

Thursday 16th June

Wills, Inheritance and Probate

Tim Bracken, Barrister and Author of 'The Probate Handbook'

Gambling in Sport

Damian Lawlor, Broadcaster and Author

Geldof and Farage

Michelle Donohue Moncrieff, Irish-born Tory Councillor on Scarborough Borough Council, David Darcy, Irish for Europe Group

Ireland's Most Powerful Women

Louise Phelan, PayPal VP Global Operations, Niamh Townsend, General Manager, Dell, Ireland, Margot Slattery, Country President of Sodexo Ireland

Hooliganism and Crowd Control

Kame Nzerem, Channel 4 News Sports Reporter, Alec Luhn, Journalist

Alice Cairns, mother of Philip Cairns

Alice Cairns

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