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Minister for State at the Department of Finance Brian Hayes talks to Sean about the last day of the Troika in Dublin.
Market research shows many of us are unhappy with our banks but we are decidedly unlikely to move our accounts. Customers of Danske Bank and ACC will soon have to switch as both of those institutions exit the Irish retail banking market. Conor Brophy has been looking at why we are so reluctant to move banks despite our dissatisfaction and whether it might be worth your while to do so.
Surprising as it may seem the college application process for students looking to start college in September 2014 is already underway with many colleges running open days over the next few weekends. Over the next three months, 77,000 people will apply through the CAO for places in Universities, Institutes of Technology and Private Colleges. Brian Mooney talks to Sean.
We had a lot of reaction to last week's item featuring the boys from Dublin's Blackrock College, the first school to qualify for the Grand Final of the all island school choir of the year competition. So today we hear from the second competitors to qualify - the girls from Strathearn School in East Belfast. They performed the beautiful Seal Lullaby composed by Eric Whitacre.
Tracy McVeigh, Chief Reporter with the Observer talked to Sean about the plight of Syrian Refugees.
Stuart Kenny of Paddy Power reveals the findings of its latest opinion poll. Brian Dowling of RTE gives his analysis.
Tommie Gorman gives us a profile of Ireland's new football manager, Martin O'Neill as described by his family and friends.
Four of our politicians, Averil Power, Fianna Fail Senator, Jimmy Deenihan, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Arthur Spring of Labour, Sandra McLellan of Sinn Fein
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Presenter: Sean O'Rourke