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Morning Ireland Friday 14 June 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
Part Two: We hear from Peter Mulryan and Mary, survivors of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home who share vastly different perspectives on their time there. Both are taking part in NUI Galway's Oral History Project.
Jeffrey Donaldson, DUP MP, will discuss his views on how to break the Brexit impasse by putting a timelime on the backstop.
Freya Jephcott, research fellow in emerging infectious diseases at the University of Cambridge, discusses how Ebola outbreaks may be more common than we think.
Aengus Cox reports on the difficulties raised by a delay in approvals for home-care support packages.
Jim Daly, Minister of state with responsibility for older people, discusses the current waiting lists for home help hours.
Matthew Parris, London Times columnist and former Conservative MP, discusses the Conservative party leadership contest.
Brian O'Donovan, Washington Correspondent, discusses the confirmation of the appointment of a new US Ambassador to Ireland.
Shashank Joshi, Defence Editor of The Economist, discusses the latest on an attack on two oil tankers off the UAE yesterday.
Hywel Griffith, BBC's Sydney correspondent, on the appearance of Christchurch attacker Brenton Tarrant in a New Zealand Court.
Andy Kelly, Chief Executive of the Irish Blood Transfusion Service, discusses the importance of donating blood on World Blood Donator Day.
Elaine Keogh reports on the 'Adopt A Monument' scheme in Killeshandra, county Cavan.
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Tommy Meskill reports on the effect that slowing growth at Shannon Airport is having on businesses in Co Clare
Cian McCormack looks at the factors influencing the decision to call a general election
Juliette Gash reports on a 10% increase in the rate of breastfeeding and a new emphasis on skin contact with baby