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    Tuesday 29th July

    Ivor Callely Sentence

    Dearbhail McDonald, Legal Affairs Editor, Irish Independent


    Mary Nicholson is Advocacy Manager with the ISPCC

    Father Browne's Forgotton War

    Roisin Duffy, Producer

    Department of Justice Report

    Former Governor of Mountjoy Prison, John Lonergan, and Mick Clifford of the Irish Examiner.

    Monday 28th July

    Weekend Sport

    Orla Bannon, Freelance Sports Writer, Ciaran Murphy, Second Captains, Donal O'Grady, Former All Ireland Winning Manager with Cork

    Gerry Daly

    Gerry Daly came into studio to answer gardening questions

    Ivor Callely prison sentence

    Fiach Kelly, Political Journalist


    Pat Devilly, Author of 21 Day Jump Start: The Fitness Guide and Yvonne Hogan, Editor of FIT Magazine and Health and Living, Irish Independent

    Direct Provision

    Brian O'Connell report and on the line Minister of State for Equality, New Communities and Culture, Aodhán O Riordáin


    Patrick Bury and Hazhir Timourian, both commentators on the Middle East and Irish Aid Worker, Elaine Bradley

    Friday 25th July

    Funeral of Brandon and Shane Skeffington

    Eileen Magnier


    Constantin Gurdgiev, Economist; security analyst, Declan Power; Christine Bohan from and journalist Alison O’Connor.

    Money and Tough Love – On Tour with the IMF

    Liaquat Ahamed, Author and Investment Manager

    Festival of Curiosity and Ageing

    RTE’s Science Squad, Jonathan McCrea and Suzanne Campbell and adventurer, athlete, rower, kayaker, author and international motivational speaker, Mark Pollock.

    Property Bubble?

    Thomas Molly, Group Business Editor Irish Independent


    Chris Gunnes, Spokesman for UNRWQ and Dan Williams, Reuters Jerusalem

    Thursday 24th July

    Empty Mansions - The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune

    Bill Dedman, Author

    School Uniforms

    Paddy O'Gorman report and Aine Lynch, CEO, National Parents Council

    Plain Packaging

    Kathleen O’Meara of the Irish Cancer Society, John Mallon of smokers’ rights group Forest Eireann and by branding expert Sandy Dunlop.


    Ian Black, Guardian's Middel East Editor and Jon Snow, C4

    Wednesday 23rd July

    Who was Patrick McGill

    Frank Galligan, Writer and Broadcaster and Dr. Joe Mulholland

    The Forgotton Country

    Martin McHugh, Former Donegal Footballer and Businessman, Liam O'Cuinneagain, Former Chair of Udaras na Gaeltachta, Mary Crossan, CoOrdinator of the St. Johnston Resource Centre in East Donegal, Michael Daly, Donegal Democrat

    Political Discussion

    Joe McHugh, Newly appointed Junior Minister for the Gaeltacht, Lucinda Creighton, Reform Alliance and Lise Hand, Irish Independent


    Niall O'hAnnagain reads 'Its A Far Cry' by Patrick McGill and Postscript by Seamus Heaney

    Mary Coughlan

    Mary Coughlan, Fromer Tanaiste and F.F. Minister

    Tuesday 22nd July

    City Breaks - Vienna

    Karen Creed and Eugene Quinn, Writer, DJ and Cultural Worker

    PAC/Angela Kerins

    Tom Lyons, Senior Business Correspondent, Irish Times


    Mark O’Connell is a practising barrister who specialises in public liability and employer liability litigation and also on the line, Pat McDonagh, CEO of Supermac’s.

    Slow Food Movement

    Padraic Hayden, chef and owner of Camden Kitchen ; JP McMahon from the Galway restaurants Aniar, Cava Bodega and Eat Galway; and Jess Murphy, Head Chef and owner of Kai

    Don’t Mention the Wars – A Journey Through European Stereotypes

    Tony Connelly, Author

    Monday 21st July

    Weekend Sport

    Conor Deegan, All Ireland Football Down Winner, Fiona Looney, Daily Mail, Frank McNally, Irish Times

    Century Ireland

    Mark Duncan of Century Ireland and by Dr Mary McAuliffe, from the Women’s Studies department in UCD.

    Gaza / Israel

    Patrick Bury, security analyst and former captain In the British Army.

    Book Club

    John Boyne author of The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, Steve Wall musician and member of The Walls; Natasha Fennell, director of Stillwater Communications and Ciana Campbell, Chairperson of the Ennis Book Club festival.

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