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Morning Ireland Thursday 18 April 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
Tommy Meskill discusses a report from NCCA which advises leaving history as an optional subject at senior school level.
Joe McHugh, Minister for Education and Skills, on a draft report into the place of history in the secondary school Junior Cycle.
Larry Donnelly, Law Lecturer in NUI Galway, assesses the significance of the comments by Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the Dáil yesterday.
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, reports on Nancy Pelosi's visit to the North today.
John Beauchamp, conservation architect overseeing the restoration of St Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, discusses the measures that are taken in restoration projects of cathedrals.
Jim Clarken, Oxfam Ireland Chief Executive, warns of the worsening humanitarian situation in Yemen amid fears that the world's worst cholera outbreak could be set for a massive resurgence.
Cian McCormack reports on 2 dogs who face eviction from their home unless their owners can be granted a reprieve by housing association Cluid.
Chad O'Carroll NK News, Seoul in South Korea, on the latest weapon testing in North Korea.
Sinead Hussey, North East Correspondent, looks ahead to the Irish Grand National this Easter weekend.
Ana Basílio, journalist in Madeira for the Press Agency Lusa, reports on 29 tourists who were killed when their bus veered off a steep narrow road.
Dr Niall Muldoon, Children's Ombudsman, discusses the findings in a new report on family hubs as suitable homes for children.
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Petula Martyn meets some of the young entrepreneurs taking part in the finals of this years Student Enterprise Awards
Darren O'Connell, post-doctoral researcher at UCD, says the birdsong was what set them on the track of discovering the two new species
Eleanor Mannion reports on a project started by an Irish woman in the 1960s to make linen Stations of the Cross for a church in Kenya