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Paul Orlousky of Channel 19 News in Ohio discusses the reported suicide of kidnapper Ariel Castro in Ohio
Edward Luce, Financial Times columnist, discusses the Obama administration's push for military action against Syria
Najla Chahda, Director of the International Aid and Development Agency Caritas, says any military action against Syria will add to the humanitarian crisis
Education Correspondent, Emma O' Kelly, discusses new figures released by the Department of Education on class sizes across the country
Karl Deeter, head of the Irish Mortgage Brokers Association, discusses comments made by Chief Executive of Allied Irish Bank, David Duffy, at the Oireachtas Finance Committee yesterday
John Buckey wins FBD's 2013 Young Farmer of the Year
Fergal O'Leary, Director of Research and Policy at the National Consumer Agency, analyses new research that shows 37 percent of consumers said they tend to stick to the same companies or providers
Stephen McMahon, Chief Executive of the Irish Patients Association, says patients should not be used as pawns in dispute between non-consultant hospital doctors and the HSE
Will Goodbody reports on a new programme to help graduates move from college into jobs in the computer design and digital animation industries
Martin Frawley, Industrial Relations Journalist, discusses the implications of Dublin Bus Drivers' rejection of the Labour Court Proposals.
John Waters, Irish Times columnist, describes his experience at Wheatfield Prison where he was jailed for failing to pay a parking fine
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