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Monday 10th December

Second Hour Podcast: Monday, 10 December 2018

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.

First Hour Podcast: Monday, 10 December 2018

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.

“Plan how much food you will actually need over Christmas”

Linda Gordon, Chief Specialist Food Science at Safefood, discusses how best to prepare the Christmas dinner, and use leftovers safely

Day 1, Part 2: “There has been a huge improvement in the town, people are spending more”

Cian McCormack reports from Fermoy, which has become a shopping destination for people living in the surrounding areas

8:35am Sport News

Presented by Darren Frehill

8:30am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn

Brexit - No Santa Claus in sight

Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, on calls from leading Brexiteers for UK Prime Minister Theresa May to renegotiate her Brexit deal with the EU and remove the Irish backstop

Brexit minister rules out renegotiations with EU, says vote 'will go ahead'

Hilary Benn, chairman of the Brexit select committee, on their finding that the current Brexit deal doesn't offer clarity, or certainty, about the UK's future outside the EU

8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S Doyle

8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings

7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn

“There are nearly 100 projects to do with Climate Change”

Shay Walsh, Managing Director of BT Ireland, says there's an increase in Climate Change-themed projects in this year's Young Scientist and Technology exhibition

Day 1, Part 1: “Fermoy looks fresher than five years ago”

Cian McCormack begins a three-day series examining how/whether the economic recovery has spread throughout Ireland

7:35am Sport News

Presented by Darren Frehill

7:30am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn

“The medical system itself isn’t necessarily the best system for doing social reintegration”

Dr Barry Cullen, co-ordinator for Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Drug and Alcohol Taskforce, details new research examining the experiences of people on methadone for 10 years or more

“84% believe that stronger protection for human rights and equality in Ireland makes the country a much better place to live”

Emily Logan, Chief Commissioner of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

European Court of Justice to rule on whether Britain can revoke Article 50

Fiona Mitchell, London Correspondent, discusses Theresa May's battle to secure enough votes for her Brexit deal

7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S Doyle

Friday 7th December

Second Hour Podcast: Friday, 7 December 2018

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.

First Hour Podcast: Friday, 7 December 2018

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.

Homeless Charity expects to deliver 1000 dinners a week during Christmas period

Conor Hunt reports on an charity initiative to provide nutritious meals to homeless families in emergency accommodation.

A Puppy is not just for Christmas - DSPCA

Aisling Kenny reports on calls from the DSPCA for families to foster animals this Christmas before adopting them.

Report into death of coastguard volunteer to be published today

Lorna Siggins, Irish Times Marine Correspondent, explains the details of the report into the death of Caitriona Lucas.

France to close Eiffel Tower, Louvre, fearing new unrest

Clovis Casali, reporter with France 24 in Paris, as France braces for further so-called 'yellow-vest' protests.

8:35am Sport News

Presented by Des Cahill

8:30am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn

1000 patients treated on trolleys at University Hospital Limerick last month - INMO

Colette Cowan, CEO of the University of Limerick Hospitals Group, discusses the ongoing trolley crisis at its main Emergency Department.

Aquarius migrant rescue ship to end operations

Karline Kliejer, MSF's Emergency Coordinator, explains why the humanitarian search and rescue ship Aquarius is ending its operations in the Mediterranean.

Six arrested after €4m Dublin drug seizures

John O'Driscoll, Assistant Commissioner in charge of Special Crime Operations, discusses a multi-million euro illegal drugs seizure and what gardaí say is an increase in demand in the run-up to Christmas.

8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly

8am News Bulletin

Presented by Carla O'Brien

7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn

7:35am Sport News

Presented by Des Cahill

Weather

Presented by Klara Finkele

Merkel's party votes for new leader and new era in Germany

Jessica Saltz, Euronews Correspondent, reports from Hamburg on the election of a successor to Angela Merkel as CDU leader.

Primark to reopen in Belfast this weekend after fire

Juliette Gash reports from Belfast as the city centre prepares for the reopening of a vital shopping area.

7:30am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn

Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer wins legal action over phone data

TJ McIntyre, Lecturer at UCD School of Law and Chair of Digital Rights Ireland, discusses the issue of the retention of mobile phone data after the Graham Dwyer High Court case.

Huawei arrest a 'despicable rogue' action - Chinese media

Petula Martyn discusses how the markets are reacting to arrest of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial officer.

7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly

Thursday 6th December

Mongolian students' money spent by Grafton College

David O'Grady, CEO of Marketing English in Ireland, reacts to news that Grafton College, which closed suddenly this week, took substantial advance fees from young people in Mongolia and has spent the money, and Louise Byrne speaks to Uuganbayar Badamsuren, the owner of a Mongolian agency which was facilitating students to come to Dublin.

PETA urge people to use 'animal-friendly' language

Dr Carys Bennett, spokesperson for animal rights organisation PETA, on the backlash to their anti-animal language tweet.

Justice Committee will recommend two options on amending Article 41.2 which refers to a woman's place being in the home

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin, Chair of the Oireachtas Justice Committee, Sinn Féin TD, discusses the report on amending the clause in the Constitution referring to a woman's place being in the home.

May says it's my deal, no deal or no Brexit at all

Joey Jones, former advisor to Theresa May, now a communications consultant analyses the debate in Westminster.

8:35am Sport News

Presented by Des Cahill

8:30am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn

8am News Bulletin

Presented Brian Jennings

Dáil passes landmark bill allowing abortion services

Ailbhe Conneely reports as the Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy Bill passes its final stage in the Dáil.

8:10 It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly

Weather

Presented by Vincent O'Shea

Two men held over fatal shooting outside Belfast school

Brendan Wright, discusses the reaction of the local community in West Belfast.

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A puppy is not just for Christmas - DSPCA

Aisling Kenny reports on calls from the DSPCA for families to foster animals this Christmas before adopting them

Day 1, Part 1: "Fermoy looks fresher than five years ago"

Cian McCormack begins a three-day series examining how/whether the economic recovery has spread throughout Ireland

Day 1, Part 2: "There's been a huge improvement in the town"

Cian McCormack reports from Fermoy, which has become a shopping destination for people living in the surrounding areas

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