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Morning Ireland Thursday 15 January 2015
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Audrey Carville.
Joan O'Sullivan has the latest on the impact of stormy conditions throughout the country
Gerald Fleming, head of forecasting at Met Éireann, reports on weather conditions as a Status Red warning remains in effect along the West coast
Eileen Magnier, RTÉ North West Correspondent, has an update from the region as the bad weather continues
Bernardine Maloney, from the ESB, has the latest on efforts to restore power to thousands of after storm force winds
Paul Joyce, FLAC's Senior Policy Analyst, discusses a new policy paper which claims repossessions will rise unless the government takes a different approach to mortgage arrears
Paul Kehoe, Government Chief Whip, discusses the government's priorities for the forthcoming Dáil term
Fiona Mitchell, RTÉ London Corresponent, reports on a suspected case of Ebola at Northampton General Hospital
Daniel Eyre, Nigeria researcher with Amnesty International, discusses new satellite imagery showing the scale of devestation caused by the recent Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria
Steve Tweed, Director of Industrial Relations at the IMO, outlines what was discussed at yesterday's Emergency Medicine Taskforce meeting on overcrowding in Emergency Departments
Simon McGarr, Data Protection solicitor, discusses why he believes it is wrong for the Department of Education to look for sensitive data from primary school children
Richard Layte, from the ESRI, discusses a new Growing Up In Ireland report on maternal health behaviours and child growth in infancy
Donald Clarke, Irish Times film critic, says this year's Oscar nominations are predictable
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Tommy Meskill talks to some of the survivors of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home as NUI Galway launches a new oral history project documenting their personal stories.
Cian McCormack reports from West Cork where a local publican has banned the use of mobile phones so that people will talk to each other
Emma O Kelly, Education Correspondent, visits parts of West Dublin, where a number of schools are seeking to merge in the face of demographic changes.