Morning Ireland

Morning Ireland

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Morning Ireland Monday 29 October 2018

Morning Ireland

Morning Ireland

Presented by Audrey Carville

Plane with 188 people crashes off Indonesia

Plane with 188 people crashes off Indonesia

Simon Roughneen, Journalist, reports on a Lion Air Boeing 737 passenger plane, which has crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.

Hate crime charges filed in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

Hate crime charges filed in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

Maurice Cohen, Chairman of the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland, talks about Saturday's gun attack at a Synagogue in Pittsburgh

Brazil elects a Far Right candidate as its new President

Brazil elects a Far Right candidate as its new President

Diane Jeantet, reporter in Rio de Janeiro, speaks to us about the result of Brazil's Presidential Election

What does the passing of the blasphemy referendum mean?

What does the passing of the blasphemy referendum mean?

Colm O'Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty Ireland, says the passing of the blasphemy referendum is significant for freedom of expression in Ireland

20,000 runners take part in Dublin City Marathon

20,000 runners take part in Dublin City Marathon

Keith Russell, father of Alanna, talks to us about his receipt of the Lord Mayor's Medal, following this year's Dublin Marathon, in memory of his daughter who he pushed along the course in 2017 and who died in December of last year

Sports News

Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill

8am It Says In The Papers

8am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly

8am News Bulletin

8am News Bulletin

Presented by Jan O'Connell

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Programme Highlights

"I still shed a tear for that baby"

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.

It's good to talk in West Cork

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

"Small schools cannot survive in the 21st century"

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.

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