The World Health Organisation is today meeting to discuss the ongoing Ebola crisis in western Africa, and will decide over the next 48 hours if it amounts to an international public health emergency. Joining Keelin in studio to discuss this outbreak is Professor Sam McConkey, head of International Health and Tropical Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons
Europe's Rosetta spacecraft is expected to rendezvous with one of the strangest objects in the solar system. Rosetta was launched from French Guiana ten years ago with the sole mission of chasing down a huge duck-shaped comet known as Chury. Chury is the size of Mont Blanc, and is travelling through space at a speed of 135,000 kilometres per hour. Science writer Leo Enright is at Mission Control near Frankfurt and joins Keelin
Last month, Dublin Bikes began expanding its public bicycle scheme, which now includes 100 stations and 1,500 bikes. But are we really a cycle-friendly country or do we still have a long way to go?
Keelin is joined by Eamon Ryan, leader of the Green Party and by Andrew Warren, Chartered Surveyor and Project Manager to discuss this
It is estimated that over 50,000 smokers in Ireland have switched from traditional cigarettes to e-cigarettes, which deliver a nicotine hit, without the tobacco. Those in favour of e cigarettes argue they will reduce cancer rates & significantly cut the costs of smoking, while those against warn that it's too early to tell what effects inhaling nicotine through e cigarettes could have long term. Our reporter Brian O'Connell has been looking at this issue
The search is continuing for the bodies of more than 70 victims of the MH17 airliner, which was shot down in eastern Ukraine almost three weeks ago. Sniffer dogs have now been employed on the search site which spans some 20 square miles. Michael Bociurkiw of the OSCE's Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine joins Keelin
More than 100,000 people in Ireland believed suffering from a gambling addiction, many will start their habit on a handheld device. Keelin is joined by Paul Mullins of addiction treatment centre Aiseiri; by addiction psychiatrist, Dr Colin O'Gara and by Ronan Herlihy who went through an addiction from online gambling.
For a majority of people mobile phones can be labelled "an extension of our arm".
They provide us with instant communication but cause irritation and stress with lifeless batteries and software problems. All too familiar with these complaints are Andrew Shovlin and Sean Davin who run iRepairexpress.ie in Dublin.
Two of the most pressing humanitarian crises in the world today are the bombardment of Gaza which has left hundreds of thousands of people without homes, power or water. Meanwhile heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine has caused the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people. Many fear the outbreak of urban warfare in the rebel-held city of Donetsk. John Ging is the director of UN humanitarian operations. He joins Keelin on the line from New York
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