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Morning Ireland Monday 9 November 2015
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Keelin Shanley.
Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, has the latest information on last night's shooting in Dublin.
Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, says the Church must free itself of school control at a quicker pace.
Gerard O'Neill, Chairman of Amarach Research, discusses the main findings of new research on what people feel the future of Ireland holds for them.
Presented by Des Cahill
Presented by Cathal MacCoille and Keelin Shanley
Presented by John S. Doyle
Presented by Adam Maguire
Barrister Paul Anthony McDermott discusses the legal issues impacting the work of the IBRC Commission of Inquiry.
Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs in the Scottish government explains why she believes Britain should stay in the EU.
Simon Roughneen, correspondent with the Nikkei Asian Review, reports on the first openly contested elections in 25 years.
Pearse Doherty, Sinn Féin finance spokesperson, says the Government has serious questions to answer about the IBRC inquiry which is reported to be on the verge of collapse.
Presented by Brian Jennings
Presented by Deirdre Lowe
Dara Murphy, Minister of State at the Department of the Taoiseach, reacts to the interim report of the Commission.
Nigel Farage, MEP and leader of UKIP, discusses the forthcoming referendum on whether Britain should exit the EU.
Sinéad Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, reports that a new exhibition celebrating the life of the man once known as the 'High King of Grafton Street' has opened at the Little Museum of Dublin on St Stephen's Green
Eileen Magnier, North West Correspondent, reports on a new road safety initiative in Co Donegal
Natasha Murtagh reports on what love means to pupils in Delgany National School Wicklow and to a couple married 60 years.