Brendan is joined by RTÉ Lifestyle Digital Editor - Tara Loughrey-Grant and Paul Whittington who is the film critic with the Irish Independent.
Compulsory Purchase Orders
Brendan is joined by Dr. Lorcan Sirr from the School of Surveying at DIT.
Brendan is joined by John McKenna who talks about the passing of Myrtle Allen.
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Dr Fergal Hickey - Consultant in emergency medicine in Sligo University Hospital and Communications officer with Irish Association for emergency medicine, Dr Mary C Murphy - Department of Government and Politics, UCC, Paul Sommerville - Market Analyst, Norah Casey - CEO of Harmonia & Fiach Kelly - Deputy Political Editor, Irish Times
Stuck in a Fashion Rut?
Brendan is joined by fashion designers Sonya Lennon and Brendan Courtney.
Losing a Parent
Brendan is joined by 3 people who lost a parent at a young age - entrepreneur John Teeling, Soprano Virginia Kerr and Political Editor of the Irish Examiner Daniel McConnell.
Brendan is joined by author Lionel Shriver who is appearing at the Dalkey Book Festival.
Brendan talk's to comedian and actor Jon Kenny about his career and his latest acting role in Katie Holly's - Crowman.
Lords & Ladles
Brendan is joined by chef and co-owner of L'Ecrivain Derry Clarke and chef Paul Flynn who is co-owner of the Tannery.
Brendan talks to Hot Press journalist Natasha Murtagh who has worked as a tour guide in Guatemala.
Brendan talks to the London Editor of the Irish Times Denis Staunton.
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Prof. Alan Barrett - Director of the ESRI, Ursula Tipp - Partner Tipp McKnight Solicitors & International Tax Expert, Brendan Keenan - Economic Columnist with the Irish Independent, Alice Leahy - Director of Services - Alice Leahy Trust & Hugh O'Connell - Political correspondent Sunday Business Post
Nature Trails for Kids
Brendan talks to Eanna Ni Lamhna about nature trails for children.
Summer Reads - Hidden Gems
Brendan is joined by authors Kathleen MacMahon and Declan Burke.
Back to Education
Brendan talks to Joe McDonagh, Michelle Johnston and Maurice Sammon who all returned to education after missing out as younger people.
Brendan talks to actor Cieran Hinds.
Francesca Comyn, Legal Affairs Correspondent with The Sunday Business Post, with a review of the Disclosures Tribunal this week.
The World Cup
Will Slattery, Digital Sports Journalist with Independent.ie, joins Marian in studio ahead of the 2018 World Cup.
A government was finally formed in Italy this week and freelance journalist, Josephine McKenna, joins Marian on the line from Rome to discuss.
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Fergus Finlay - CEO of Barnardos, Noeline Blackwell - Chief Executive of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, John O'Brennan - Professor of European Integration in Maynooth University, Francesca Comyn - Legal Affairs Correspondent with The Sunday Business Post, Ciarán Hancock - Business Editor of The Irish Times
Women's Mini Marathon Advice
Jenny Branigan of Total Physio joins Marian in studio with advice for those taking part in this year's Vhi Women's Mini Marathon.
Managing Summer Holiday Money
Frank Conway, Financial Advisor, MoneyWhizz.org, has advice on managing summer holiday money.
Maureen Gaffney, psychologist and author, joins Marian in studio to talk about sibling rivalry.
'Face to Face' Exhibition
Artist Anthony Palliser and Paddy Moloney of The Chieftains join Marian in studio to talk about 'Face to Face', Anthony's current exhibition in the Farmleigh Gallery which features Paddy's portrait. The exhibition was the late Garech Browne's idea and Anthony and Paddy reminisce about their days spent in Luggala Estate.
International Reaction to the Repeal of the Eighth Amendment
Kevin Doyle, Group Political Editor of Independent News & Media and Philip O'Connor, Swedish-based journalist join Marian in studio to take a look at how the international media covered the result of the referendum.
Gillian Dennehy, Services Manager at Women's Aid, joins Marian in studio to talk about femicide.
The Women's Aid 24hr National Freephone Helpline number is 1800 341 900.
Donegal Votes No
Donegal was the only constituency to vote No in the referendum on the eighth amendment - John McAteer, Editor of the Tirconaill Tribune speaks to Marian.
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Deirdre Duffy - Campaign Manager, Together for Yes, Caroline Simons - Legal Consultant, Love Both, Geraldine Kennedy - Former Editor of The Irish Times, Olivia Buckley - Director of Communications, Irish Tax Institute & Jerry O’Sullivan - Presenter of “Kerry Today” on Radio Kerry
Catriona Crowe, archivist and broadcaster, joined Marian in studio.
Minister for Health, Simon Harris, joined Marian from the RDS.
Mary Lou McDonald
Sinn Féin president, Mary Lou McDonald, joined Marian from the RDS.
Mícheál Martin, Leadar of Fianna Fáil, spoke to Marian from Cork.
Dr Rhona Mahony
Dr Rhona Mahony, Master of the National Maternity Hospital, joined Marian on the phone.
Marian Finucane - Referendum Special
As the count begins following the referendum on the Eighth Amendment, Marian Finucane has analysis in studio, as well as the latest from count centres around the country.
Marian is joined by Priscilla Lynch - Clinical Editor with the Medical Independent.
RTÉ Prime Time Reporter Richard Downes joins Marian in studio.
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Dr Chris Luke - Consultant in Emergency Medicine in Cork, Suzanne Kelly - Tax Lawyer, Marion McKeone - US Cor. for the Sunday Business Post, Sebastion Hamilton - Editor of The Irish Daily Mail & Stephen O’Byrnes - Communications Consultant
The Royal Wedding - Denis Staunton
Marian is joined from by Denis Staunton who is London Editor of the Irish Times.
Marian is joined by singer Eimear Quinn who has taken up Triathlons and Ultra-Runner Ian Keith.
The Royal Wedding Ceromony
Marian is joined in studio by Royal watcher and manager of Harvey's Point Hotel in Donegal Noel Cunningham and journalist from the Times, Ireland Edition Lise Hand.
The Digital Age of Consent
Marian is joined by Cyber-Psychologist Dr. Mary Aiken.
The Royal Wedding - Paul Burrell
Former butler to Princess Diana, Paul Burrell joins Marian on the line.
New Routes to China
Marian is joined by Eoghan Corry from TravelExtra.ie
Iran/US Nuclear Controversy
MD of Petrel Resourses David Horgan talks about the Iran/US Nuclear controversy.
The Referendum on the Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy
Marian is joined by two people on the Yes side: retired judge Catherine McGuinness & GP based in South County Dublin Dr. Mark Murphy, and from the No side: Columnist with the Irish Times & Director of Iona Institute David Quinn and freelance journalist Larissa Nolan.
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Catherine McGuinness - Retired judge & member of Grandparents for Repeal, David Quinn - Columnist - Sunday Times & Director of Iona Institute, Simon Carswell - Public Affairs Editor, Irish Times, David Horgan - MD of Petrel Resources & Sinead O’Carroll - News Editor, Journal.ie
Spanish Inspired Recipes - Neven Maguire
Neven joins Marian in studio with some of his favourite recipes from Spain.
Canadian Irish Links
Marian is joined by Robert Kearns who is Chairman of the Ireland Park Foundation in Toronto.
Marian is joined on the line from Lisbon by Marty Whelan ahead of Eurovision Song Contest Final featuring Ireland's Ryan O'Shaughnessy.
The Cervical Check Scandal
Marian is joined by solicitor Caoimhe Haughey and Health Editor of the Sunday Business Post - Susan Mitchel.
Marian is joined by Aoife Barry from thejournal.ie and author John Boyne.
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Further newspaper discussion by the panel.
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