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Morning Ireland Tuesday 4 December 2018

Morning Ireland

Morning Ireland

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English, Gavin Jennings, Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.

Humphreys to seek Cabinet approval for ODCE changes

Humphreys to seek Cabinet approval for ODCE changes

Will Goodbody, Business Editor, reports that the Cabinet will approve publication of draft legislation to establish the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement as an independent agency

British PM May faces uphill battle as parliament Brexit vote looms

British PM May faces uphill battle as parliament Brexit vote looms

Peter Foster, Europe Editor Daily Telegraph, on the contempt letter compiled by six political parties in the UK

Retail Ireland predicts Irish householders will spend €2,700 this Christmas

Retail Ireland predicts Irish householders will spend €2,700 this Christmas

Aisling Kenny reports from Dublin City Centre on the spending plans of consumers in the run up to Christmas

GSOC to investigate shooting in Co Longford

GSOC to investigate shooting in Co Longford

Ciaran Mullooly, Midlands Correspondent, reports that GSOC are investigating after a man received a gunshot wound to his leg and a dog was killed during an incident near Edgeworthstown in Co Longford

MSF warns Ebola outbreak in DR Congo 'will continue'

MSF warns Ebola outbreak in DR Congo 'will continue'

Sam Taylor, Director of Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Ireland, discusses the rising number of Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Climate change 'our greatest threat in thousands of years' - Attenborough

Climate change 'our greatest threat in thousands of years' - Attenborough

Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland and Chair of the Elders, discusses the United Nations Climate summit known as COP24

Dutch church holds continuous sermons to protect a refugee family from deportation

Dutch church holds continuous sermons to protect a refugee family from deportation

Anna Holligan, BBC Foreign Correspondent, reports that a church in the Netherlands has been holding continuous sermons day and night to protect an Armenian refugee family from deportation

TUI say annual feeder school tables create a distortion of what quality really is in second level education

TUI say annual feeder school tables create a distortion of what quality really is in second level education

John MacGabhann, General Secretary of the Teachers' Union of Ireland, and Brian Mooney, Guidance Councillor and Irish Times Education Columnist, discuss school league tables which have been published this morning

7:10am It Says In The Papers

7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly

8:10am It Says In The Papers

8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly

7:30am Business News

7:30am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn

7:50am Business News

7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn

8:30am Business News

8:30am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn

7:35am Sports News

7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge

8:35am Sports News

8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge

Weather

Weather

Presented by Liz Walsh of Met Éireann

8am News Bulletin

8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings

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Programme Highlights

Is it okay to laugh during a pandemic?

Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs Correspondent, finds out if it's possible to laugh in these stressful times and the benefits that might flow from it.

Study abroad offers alternative to CAO

Cian McCormack reports on advice to those awaiting the offers and how Poland has been an option for some students, ahead of CAO offers on Friday.

Can James Bond rescue the cinema industry?

Helen O'Hara, Empire Magazine Film Journalist, discusses the release of the 'No Time To Die' trailer, featuring Daniel Craig in his final 007 contribution to the franchise.

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