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    Friday 27th February

    Series 3 of House of Cards released on Netflix this morning

    Sinead Gleeson, arts journalist and broadcaster, discusses the phenomenon of House of Cards as the third series is released on Netflix

    What's on the agenda of the Labour Party conference?

    Martina Fitzgerald, Political Correspondent, discusses this weekend's Labour Party conference

    Play about author Thomas Kilroy to be aired on Sunday

    Sinead Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, reports on a new radio play about Thomas Kilroy

    Labour conference takes place in Killarney this weekend

    Cian McCormack reports on the upcoming Labour Party conference

    220 Assyrian Christains captured by Islamic State

    Hazhir Teimouran, Middle East Commenator, on the abduction of Christians in North East Syria

    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

    Teachers to discuss latest proposals on Junior Cycle reform

    Emma O Kelly, Education Correspondent, looks ahead to today's teachers meeting on Junior Cycle reform

    'Brexit' would be 'unacceptable' to Scottish Government

    Fiona Hyslop, Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs, discusses today's British-Irish Chamber of Commerce Conference in Dublin

    Oxfam - 100 years to rebuild Gaza at current rate

    Alun McDonald, media and communications coordinator with Oxfam, discusses the delay in rebuilding facilities in Gaza six months on from the conflict with Israel

    'Jihadi John' unmasked

    Randeep Ramesh, journalist with the Guardian Newspaper, on the real person behind 'Jihadi John'

    Unions to discuss job losses with Cadbury owners

    Richie Browne, Unite Regional Coordinating Officer, discusses the job losses at three facilities owned by Mondelez Ireland

    'Do you suffer with problems with your menstrual periods?' - Question on NUIG employment form

    Senator Trevor Ó Clochartaigh describes NUIG questionnaire as misogynistic and invasive

    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

    Thursday 26th February

    Deadline looms for Lotto winner

    Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, says a Lotto winner has until tomorrow to collect a €2.9 million win

    Taoiseach to open first 1916 exhibition in Dundalk

    Brian Walsh, curator of Dundalk Museum, discusses an exhibition to mark the centenary of 1916

    European Commission proposes dramatic energy market reforms

    Eamon Ryan, Green Party leader, says the Government has let us down in new EU energy union plan

    A look ahead to the US Tea Party convention

    Caitriona Perry, Washington Correspondent, speaks to the founder of the Tea Party in the United States ahead of its convention

    Shatter: Surrogacy legislation should have formed part of Children and Family Relationships Bill

    Alan Shatter, Fine Gael TD and former Minister for Justice, discusses his concerns with the Government's Children and Family Relationships Bill

    Elderly man left in 'soiled state' at Beaumont

    Ann-Maria Feeney outlines how her Uncle Gerry was treated in Beaumont Hospital

    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

    Has the value of the Heathrow slots been overstated?

    Colm McCarthy, UCD Economist, analyses the proposed takeover of Aer Lingus including the potential value of its Heathrow slots

    Councillors accused of printing anti-water charges leaflets

    John Kilraine, Dublin Correspondent, discusses a Dublin City Council Protocol Committee over printing anti-water charges leaflets

    Is telemedicine a good idea?

    Dr Ray Walley, Chairman of the GP Committee of the IMO, discusses a new initiative from insurer Aviva offering access to doctors by phone or video conference

    Government launches Low Pay Commission

    Jed Nash, Minister for State, gives details of the newly established Low Pay Commission

    European Commission warns of dangers facing Irish economy

    Suzanne Lynch, European Correspondent with the Irish Times, reports that the EU wants decisive action to deal with macroeconomic imbalances

    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

    Wednesday 25th February

    Vice President of ECB to engage with Banking Inquiry

    Marian Harkin, MEP, says she hopes Vítor Constancio, Vice President of the ECB, will engage fully with the Banking Inquiry

    Irish Water have statutory permission to identify customers

    Elizabeth Arnett, Irish Water, says the rate of tenants signing up to the utility remains low

    Government to prepare new surrogacy legislation

    Leo Varadkar, Minister for Health, discusses new proposals to regulate surrogacy in Ireland

    Three Austrians undergo 'bionic reconstruction'

    Aidan Roche, member of the research team at the Department for Surgery, Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Medical University of Vienna discusses the worlds first sucessful bionic reconstructions

    Labour TDs to meet over proposed sale of Aer Lingus

    Joe Costello, Labour TD for Dublin Central, discusses his concerns over the proposed takeover of Aer Lingus

    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

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    Time running out for Lotto winner who bought ticket in Mayo

    Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, says a Lotto winner has until Friday to collect a €2.9 million win. The ticket was bought in Tesco, Claremorris, Co Mayo, last November

    Would you consult your GP via video conference on a smartphone?

    Dr Ray Walley, Chairman of the GP Committee of the IMO, discusses a new initiative from insurer Aviva offering access to doctors by phone or video conference

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