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Morning Ireland Monday 12 August 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Paul Cunningham.
Jackie Fox reports from Malaysia on the search for Nóra Quoirin which is now in its second week.
Pat O'Toole, reporter for The Irish Farmers journal, ahead of talks aimed at ending the impasse between the Beef Plan Movement and Meat Industry Ireland.
Steve Futterman, CBS News West Coast Correspondent, discusses the death of Jeffrey Epstein in custody.
Cliodna O'Flynn, journalist based in the Canaries, discusses the wildfires in Gran Canaria, where 1000 people have been evacuated from their homes.
Karline Kliejer, Emergency Coordinator with Médecins Sans Frontières, discusses the latest rescue missions off the coast of Libya, as 251 people rescued by Ocean Viking ship at the weekend.
Julian de Spáinn, General Secretary of Conradh na Gaeilge, on new criteria for granting exemptions from the studying Irish.
Fiach Kelly, Deputy Political Editor of The Irish Times, discusses plans for first bilateral meeting between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
Paddy Harte, chairman of the International Fund for Ireland, says now is a "critical time" for the peace process.
Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent, reports that reviews of cancers were conducted in the BreastCheck programme, which were not part of a standardised audit process.
Sinead Hussey, North East Correspondent, reports on the stabbing of a 93-year-old pensions in Blackrock, Co. Louth.
Pat Kinevane, actor and playwright, discusses his Herald Archangel Award for his 'sustained and excellent contribution' to Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
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John Hume's speech to the European Parliament after he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1998.
Eleanor Mannion reports on the restoration of St Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin which has suffered a drop in funding due to the lack of tourists
Cian McCormack reports on the increased number of suspected dog thefts, as demand for pets soars under Covid-19