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Morning Ireland Friday 24 May 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
Episode 1: Juliette Gash spoke to actor Michael McElhatton, Northern Ireland Screen's Richard Williams, and tourism facilitator Caroline Nolan about the pivotal place Northern Ireland holds in the making of the Game Of Thrones
A selection of stories, as chosen by the Morning Ireland team
Louise Fitzgerald, Doctoral Researcher at the School of Politics & International Relations, University College Dublin, on a letter which she has written supporting the schools strike movement.
Fiona Mitchell, London Correspondent, previews the meeting between Theresa May and the 1922 Committee, and reports on the exclusion of some voters at the polls in the UK yesterday.
Feargal O'Rourke, Managing Partner at PWC, discusses a significant statement on Corporation Tax Policy indicating that change is coming to the global corporate tax system.
Colman O'Sullivan reports on the concern of cyclists that a legal requirement forbidding use of anything other than a bell on their bike puts them at risk of not being heard in traffic.
Philip Bromwell meets Joanne Devaney, the "Queen of the Shear", who is turning heads in the male dominated world of sheep shearing.
Tiernan Williams, manager of the Reach Out Project with Kilbarrack Coast Community Programme, explains the importance of interventions for young men.
Conor Dowling, Chief Inspector with the ISPCA, on the charity's Inspectorate report which will be published later today
Sinéad McNamara, Cork County Returning Officer, advises electorates on what to keep in mind on election day.
Sinéad Hussey, North East Correspondent, discusses the re-sit of a final exam at Dundalk IT after an exam paper was compromised.
Tim Cullinane, IFA Pig Committee, discusses the risk of African swine fever spreading to Ireland.
Juliette Gash reports on an RTÉ Player documentary with five Spice Girls superfans ahead of the girl bands comeback tour starting in Croke Park in Dublin tonight.
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Philip Bromwell reports on 17-year-old Brandon Fay, who was hospitalised with coronavirus and has returned to his work experience placement at the hospital that treated him.
Cian McCormack reports from a church in Dublin where the priest and parishioners are remembering those who've died with Covid-19.
Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, meets up with some local producers hoping to be back selling their produce in the farmers' markets next week.