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Morning Ireland Thursday 22 January 2015
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Fran McNulty.
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, previews the second day of the World Economic Forum in the Swiss resort of Davos, and the expected announcement of a quantitative easing programme by ECB President Mario Draghi
Ann Pettifor, Economist, previews the expected announcement of a quantitative easing programme by the European Central Bank
Don Myers, President of the National Parents Council Post-Primary, says students are being treated as 'pawns' while teachers strike for a second day
To view a TV report on the teachers strike, click here:
Cian McCormack reports on the teachers strike from a picket line outside a school in Maynooth, Co Kildare
Dominic Hannigan, Labour TD, and Breda O'Brien, discuss the upcoming referendum on same sex marriage
To view a TV report on the publication of the wording of the same-sex marriage referendum, click here:
Shaun Walker, Moscow Correspondent with the Guardian, who is in Donetsk, gives the latest on ongoing fighting in Eastern Ukraine
Maurice F Neligan, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Beacon Clinic in Dublin and IHCA board member, speaks about the rising cost of professional medical indemnity insurance
Justin McCarthy reports from Leinster House on the political fall out following Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney's comments on Fine Gael forming a future coalition with Fianna Fáil
Gordon Deegan, freelance journalist, reports on the case of a man who appeared before Ennis District Court charged in connection with driving down the wrong side of motorway
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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.