Monday - Friday, 07.00 - 09.00
Morning Ireland Monday 20 May 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings.
Borzou Daragahi, International Correspondent for the Independent UK, discusses the rising tensions between Iran and the US.
Dr Bobby Smyth, psychiatrist, discusses the growing misuse of cannabis among young people and the consequences.
Jamie Smyth, Australia and Pacific correspondent Financial Times, on the Australian conservatives 'miracle' election victory.
Aodh Quinliven, director of the Centre for Local and Regional Government at UCC and Grace Tallon, out-going Labour Councillor, on what a local councillor can or can't do for you.
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, discusses last night's Prime Time TV debate, featuring candidates for the European Parliament elections from the Ireland South constituency.
Vince Cable, leader of the Liberal Democrats and MP for Twickenham, on the need for a "confirmatory referendum"
Ms Justice Tara Burns, Chairperson of the Referendum Commission, answers listeners' questions about the vote this week proposing to change the Constitution in relation to divorce.
Cormac Moore, Dublin City Council historian-in-residence, discusses the War of Independence and the reaction to a lecture series being delivered in libraries as part of the centenary commemorations.
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Cian McCormack speaks to people about how rents and quality of life drove them from both Dublin and Ireland
Sinéad Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, visits a new museum which aims to showcase Irish literature from the classics up to the present day
Saoirse Exton, a 14 year-old from Limerick, and Gráinne O'Sullivan, a 15-year-old from Co Wicklow, explain why they're taking part in the Global Day of Action on Climate Change