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    Friday 27th May

    Second Hour Podcast: Friday, 27 May, 2016

    Presented by Gavin Jennings and Cathal Mac Coille

    First Hour Podcast: Friday, 27 May, 2016

    Presented by Gavin Jennings and Cathal Mac Coille

    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

    1916 protester tackled by Canadian Ambassador

    Robyn Bresnahan, host of Ottawa Morning on CBC Radio One, describes how Canadians reacted to their Irish Ambassador Kevin Vickers tackling a protester in Dublin

    The boss is back in town

    Petula Martyn speaks to eager fans ahead of Bruce Springsteen's concert tonight in Croke Park

    Pro12 final: Will it be Connacht or Leinster bringing the title back home?

    Shane Sheridan, of Connacht Clan Supporters Club, and Jarrod Bromley, of The Official Leinster Supporters Club, look ahead to tomorrow's Pro12 Final in Edinburgh

    Cancer patients will die over new lifesaving drug delay

    Professor John Crowne,Oncologist, discusses the report that says life saving drugs are being denied to seriously ill cancer patients

    Cllr approached by individual who has been told their life is in danger

    Nial Ring, Independent Councillor, describes the atmosphere of fear in Dublin's North Inner City this weekend

    Policing Authority says level of service given to crime victims 'unacceptable'

    Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, discusses the statement from the Policing Authority following a meeting with the Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan

    Weather Forecast

    Presented by John Eagleton of Met Éireann

    Knock airport celebrates 30 years

    Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, reports on the 30th anniversary of the opening of the Ireland West Airport in Co. Mayo

    Tensions in Turkey growing over EU deal

    Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports from Istanbul on the tensions within Turkey and how the EU-Turkey deal hangs in the balance

    Calls for allegations of malpratice to be brought to attention of GSOC

    Garda Ray Wims, GRA representative for Sligo/Leitrim garda division, reacts to allegations about gardai made in the Dáil

    What further measures are needed to tackle gangland crime?

    Cllr Ray McAdam, discusses calling a special meeting of the Dublin City Council Joint Policing Sub-Committee covering the area where this week's gangland shooting took place

    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

    Thursday 26th May

    Second Hour Podcast: Thursday, 26 May, 2016

    Presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Audrey Carville

    First Hour Podcast: Thursday, 26 May, 2016

    Presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Audrey Carville

    Put your old computers to good use

    Aisling Kenny reports on Camara Education, which encourages households and businesses to donate their old laptops or computers for use in disadvantaged schools here and around the world

    Report finds Clinton broke govt rules on email server

    Caitriona Perry, Washington Correspondent. discusses a new report on the Hilary Clinton email scandal and whether it could affect her presidential campaign

    'Significant' meeting between Transdev and SIPTU

    Bill Roche, Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, UCD, discusses the likelihood of a resolution in the Luas pay dispute

    O'Callaghan: Most important aspect of the O'Higgins report is being missed

    Jim O'Callaghan, Fianna Fáil's Justice spokesman, discusses the fallout from the O'Higgins Report

    What laws are currently in place to tackle organised crime?

    Paul Anthony McDermott, Barrister, says there is no point creating new and exotic laws when there are laws that already exist to tackle gangland crime

    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Fiona Kelly

    Should Netflix and Amazon be forced to carry European content?

    Eoin O'Dell, Associate Professor School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, discusses the implications of the proposed quota for EU produced content for streaming sites Netflix and Amazon

    Irish flights cancelled due to French air strike

    John Lichfield, Paris Correspondent, London Independent, discusses a series of strikes across France following the introduction of new labour reforms

    Sugden named as new justice minister at Stormont

    Sam McBride, Political Correspondent, Belfast News Letter, reports on the appointment of Claire Sugden as justice minister

    Significant differences between daily maximum and minimum temperatures recorded globally

    Professor Peter Thorne of Maynooth University's Department of Geography discusses new research that shows decreasing temperatures could pose a risk to human health

    Tougher EU regulations are on the way for the medical devices industry

    Mairead McGuinness, Fine Gael MEP for the Midlands/North-West region, discusses the introduction of tougher new EU regulations for the Medical Devices industry

    What measures can be introduced to protect whistleblowers?

    John Devitt, Transparency International Ireland, discusses plans to work with An Garda Síochána and other employers to implement measures to protect whistleblowers

    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Fiona Kelly

    Wednesday 25th May

    Second Hour Podcast: Wednesday, 25 May, 2016

    Presented by Gavin Jennings and Keelin Shanley

    First Hour Podcast: Wednesday, 25 May, 2016

    Presented by Gavin Jennings and Keelin Shanley

    Sausages fit for a future king

    Ernan McGettigan of M McGettigan and Sons, looks ahead to Prince Charles' visit to his butchers shop in Donegal town

    Tales of the two O'Neills bound for Euro 2016

    Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, reports that the two O'Neills guiding two Irish teams to the Euro 2016 championships have a lot in common

    Head of Corporate Affairs doesn't believe there is a basis for the Mandate Trade Union to take strike action

    Christine Heffernan, Head of Corporate Affairs at Tesco, explains the change to contracts and rosters

    Donohoe: There will not be any major surprises on Budget day

    Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, reacts to the latest fatal shooting and discusses the changes being made to the way the annual budget process works

    Man arrested over murder of Gareth Hutch

    Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on the gangland feud that has left seven men dead

    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by Caroline Murphy

    Weather Forecast

    Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann

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