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Morning Ireland Tuesday 5 August 2014
Live news, sports, weather and traffic presented by Rachael English and Christopher McKevitt.
Borzou Daragahi, Correspondent with the Financial Times in Cairo, discusses diplomatic efforts to stop the violence in Gaza
Rosemary Hollis, Professor of Middle East Policy Studies at City University London, discusses the current conflict and what it means for people in the Gaza
Fionnan Sheahan, Group Political Editor with the Independent Group, discusses Minister Varadkar's priorities for the health service
Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin, Sinn Fein Health spokesperson, reacts to Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar's initial health service priorities
Phil Mercer, BBC Journalist, gives an update on the disputed story of a surrogate child in Thailand
Dr Heather Jones, historian at the London School of Economics, discusses a ceremony in Westminster Abbey last night which marked the centenary of the outbreak of the WWI
Jackie Fox reports on how the recent good weather has improved farmers' preparations for the winter months
Martin O'Halloran, chief executive of the Health and Safety Authority, says farm safety messages are not translating into farm safety measures
John Campbell, Independent Councillor for Donegal, discusses the decision of Donegal County Council to adopt new restrictions to wind farms
Paul Keyes, Sligo Chamber chief executive, discusses efforts to prevent tourists being ripped off at this weekend's Fleadh Ceoil na hÉireann
Author David Torrance previews tonight's first debate in the referendum campaign on full independence for Scotland
Dr Andrew Kelly, Chief Executive ISPCA, urges horse owners to castrate their stallions to prevent unwanted foals
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Stephen Murphy asks people in Dublin whether they think Valentine's Day is the most loving day of the year, or just a cynical 'Hallmark Holiday'?
Aisling Kenny reports on a new, online exhibition marking the 110th anniversary of the riot sparked JM Synge's use of the word 'shift'
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