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Morning Ireland Wednesday 22 May 2019

Morning Ireland

Morning Ireland

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Bryan Dobson.

Full Programme Podcast: Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Full Programme Podcast: Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Bryan Dobson.

Murder investigation after man's body found by burning car near M1 in Co Dublin

Murder investigation after man's body found by burning car near M1 in Co Dublin

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on a murder investigation after a man's body was discovered beside a burning car at Rowan's Little, Walshestown, near Junction 5 on the M1 in Co Dublin.

US President Donald Trump to visit Ireland on 5 June

US President Donald Trump to visit Ireland on 5 June

Brian O'Donovan, Washington Correspondent, reports on confirmation that President Donald Trump will visit Ireland on 5 June and the pro-choice demonstrations after several states passed bills to outlaw abortions.

Brexit dominates TV debate on Midlands-North-West constituency

Brexit dominates TV debate on Midlands-North-West constituency

Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent discusses the third debate with the European Election candidates last night.

Fine Gael TD criticised in Seanad over swing lawsuit

Fine Gael TD criticised in Seanad over swing lawsuit

Conor McMorrow, Political Staff, reports on how a former minister for justice has criticised a Fine Gael TD for suing a Dublin hotel after she fell off a swing at the property.

Justice Committee to hear about Direct Provision

Justice Committee to hear about Direct Provision

Enda O'Neill, head of office for UNHCR Ireland, discusses the current processing times in the direct provision system ahead of his appearance at the Oireactas Justice Committee.

Disorderly Brexit could push Ireland into recession - OECD

Disorderly Brexit could push Ireland into recession - OECD

Alan Ahearne, Professor of Economics at NUI Galway, discusses the latest OECD economic outlook for Ireland which says growth remains robust but threats include Brexit, a risk to FDI plus property market wos.

Divorce Referendums in Ireland: a history

Divorce Referendums in Ireland: a history

Maggie Doyle looks back over two decades to the last divorce referendum which saw the ban lifted by the narrowest of majorities.

May offers MPs chance to vote on second referendum

May offers MPs chance to vote on second referendum

Fiona Mitchell, London Correspondent, discusses reaction to Theresa May's latest proposal on breaking the Brexit deadlock.

"He's fed up. He wants to come home, he wants to get out of the room he's in."

"He's fed up. He wants to come home, he wants to get out of the room he's in."

Jacinta Walsh, spokesperson for Autism Support Louth and Meath, discusses the need for better services for autism.

"The boat is fitted out to work with wheelchairs"

"The boat is fitted out to work with wheelchairs"

Tim Rice, wheelchair user and crew member for the Spinal Injuries Ireland Tall Ships challenge.

Survey to counteract the declining swift population

Survey to counteract the declining swift population

Brian Caffrey, Project Manager at Birdwatch Ireland, discusses a new initiative to counteract the steady decline in swift population.

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 Adam Maguire

7:50am Business News

7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire

8:30am Business News

8:30am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire

7:35am Sport News

7:35am Sport News

Presented by John Murray

8:35am Sport News

8:35am Sport News

Presented by John Murray

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Weather

Presented by Jean Byrne of Met Éireann

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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings

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Programme Highlights

More Irish people leaving Ireland than returning

Cian McCormack speaks to people about how rents and quality of life drove them from both Dublin and Ireland

Museum of Literature Ireland opens to public

Sinéad Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, visits a new museum which aims to showcase Irish literature from the classics up to the present day

Irish students lead third country-wide climate strike

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

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