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Morning Ireland Wednesday 12 June 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Bryan Dobson.
Marie Culliton, from the Academy of Clinical Science and Lab Medicine, discusses the Scally report into Cervical Check.
Lorraine Walsh, board member of 221+ group, discusses the latest report by Dr Gabriel Scally into Cervical Check.
Claire McGettrick, co-founder of the Adoption Rights Alliance, discusses her opposition to a Bill setting out steps as to how adopted people can trace their birth parents.
Children's Minister, Katherine Zappone, discusses the Adoption (Information and Tracing) Bill which provides adopted people with a path to accessing to their birth records.
Gavin Barrett, Professor of Law at University College Dublin, discusses the lack of development in the free movement of services between the the Uk, Ireland and EU.
Michael O Keeffe, BAI Chief Executive, discusses the reluctance of Irish media consumers to believe and share what they hear in the news.
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, has an update on the efforts to resolve the row between Scotland and Ireland over rights to fishing waters around Rockall.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, has the latest on the victim of yesterday's fatal stabbing on O'Connell Street in Dublin
Yvonne Murray, reporter in Beijing, has the latest on the swine fever epidemic sweeping China.
Dr. Tara Coppinger, researcher at CIT, discusses the poor nutritional quality of children's meals in restaurants.
Mairead Treanor, Library and Archive Manager at the Library & Research Service at the Houses of the Oireachtas, discusses a new online exhibition showcasing the treasures of the Oireachtas.
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Dr. Jenny Groarke, School of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast, led a study that founds listening to music helps reduce stress
Cian McCormack meets an Extinction Rebellion group in Buncrana and reads some of the emails he received from listeners
Jen Kwan, President of the Irish Flying Disc Association, discusses the Irish Women's team's victory at the 2019 European Ultimate Frisbee Championships in Hungary.