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    Tuesday 28th July

    Folic Acid Campaign

    Dr. Rhona Mahony, Master of Holles Street Maternity Hospital

    Searching for intelligent life beyond Earth

    Sean Duke, Science Journalist

    New Driver Fatigue Campaign

    Brian Farrell, Road Safety Authority

    NATO Emergency Meeting

    Suzanne Lynch, European Correspondent Irish Times


    Brian O'Connell report, Fr. Peter McVerry, James Furzer, Architectural Technician from Dagenham in Essex

    Murder Suicide Tragedy in Dundalk

    Michael O'Toole, Crime Correspondent, Irish Daily Star, Cllr. Tomas Sharkey

    Irish Water and Eurostat Ruling

    John Downing, Political Correspondent, Irish Independent, Tony Foley, Economist, Pearse Doherty, Sinn Fein

    Monday 27th July

    Greece: Xristodoulio Orphanage

    Christina Birliraki, Volunteer at the Orphanage in Athens

    Disruption by Migrants at Channel Tunnel in Calais

    Billy Deverell, Trucker

    Movie Review: Inside Out

    Colman Noctor, Psychonalytical Psychotherapist, Dave Robbins, Journalist

    Miami Showband Massacre 40th Anniversary

    Brian McGuire, Former Road Manager, Sam Smyth, Journalist

    Friday 24th July

    The Gathering

    Mairead McGuinness, F.G. MEP, Mary Hanafin, F.F. Councillor, Shaun Connolly, Columnist, Irish Examiner, Harry McGee, Political Correspondent, Irish Times

    The Asgard at The National Museum at Collins Barracks

    Sandra Heise, National Museum

    New revelations about child abuse crimes and a Westminister cover-up

    Sean O'Neill, Chief Reporter, London Times

    Renua's Ten Point Plan to Beat White Collar Crime

    Lucinda Creighton, Renua Leader

    Ditch Watch

    Valerie Cox on the trail of litter louts in Wexford

    Law Reform Commission Report on Inheritance

    Dearbhail MacDonald, Legal Affairs Editor, Irish Independent

    Banking Inquiry

    Marc MacSharry, F.F. Senator, Ciaran Hancock, Fiannce Correspondent, Irish Times

    Thursday 23rd July

    Motor Insurance

    Paul Melia, Environment Correspondent Irish Times

    Seagull Attacks in Kerry

    John McCrochan, Farmer, Dr. Richard Collins

    Cervical Cancer Vaccine

    Brian O'Connell and Dr. Kevin Connolly, Chairman, National Immunisation Committee

    Banking Inquiry

    Ciaran Hancock, Finance Correspondent, Irish Times

    Attack on Young Priest visiting from India

    Fr. Dominic Savio and Monsignor John Byrne

    Wednesday 22nd July

    The Book Club - Tender

    John Lyons, Eamon Dunphy, Mary McEvoy, Mary Coughlan

    Alzheimers - Caring for a Partner

    Laurie Graham and Dorothy Mooney

    Our Mental Health - Alcohol

    Professor Ian Robertson, Professor of Psychology, Trinity College

    Death of Thomas Keaney in Perth

    Lauren Keaney, Sister of Thomas

    Tuesday 21st July


    Brian MacIntyre, suffered septicemia after routine operation, Dr. Ron Daniels, CEO, Global Sepsis Alliance/UK Sepsis Trust

    Consumer Affairs - Summer Sales

    Sinead Ryan, Personal Finance Expert

    JP Donleavy The Ginger Man 60 Years On

    Edel Coffey met JP Donleavy


    Damien McGuinness, Journalist, Juliet Grayson, Psychotherapist

    Fair Deal Scheme

    Dr. Des O'Neill, Consultant Geriatrician

    Monday 20th July

    Weekend Sport

    Paul Kimmage, Ciaran Whelan, Eugene McGee

    Fair Deal Scheme

    Susan Mitchell, Health Editor, Sunday Business Post

    Adoption Bill

    Senator Averil Power, Anne Ferris, Labour Party TD

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