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Morning Ireland Tuesday 20 August 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Bryan Dobson.
Senator Neale Richmond, Chair of the Brexit Committee in the Seanad, reacts to Boris Johnson's letter to European Council President Donald Tusk.
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, discusses the phone call between Leo Varadkar and Boris Johnson and the UK Prime Minister's letter to Donald Tusk.
Bill Emmott, author and documentary maker and former editor of The Economist, discusses the political crisis in Italy
Ronan Lyons, Economist at Trinity College Dublin, discusses the latest Daft.ie report on rising rent levels.
Amy Ni Riada reports from the vigil to support a local man who was attacked at the weekend.
Aengus Cox reports from the homecoming event for All-Ireland hurling champions Tipperary in Semple Stadium.
Vivienne Kavanagh, Dublin Bus Employee Development & Equality Executive and Tina Ahern, one of the drivers, discuss the Dublin Bus recruitment drive to try and get more female drivers.
Ken Pennington, Former PSNI Superintendent and counter intelligence expert, discusses the threat of violence following the bomb attack in Co. Fermanagh.
Aideen Hayden of Threshold discusses their calls for a Deposit Protection Scheme.
Gavin Barrett, Professor of Law at the Sutherland School of Law in University College Dublin, explains the mechanics of the Common Travel Area.
Aaron McNicholas, Hong Kong based journalist with Bloomberg, discusses the situation in Hong Kong.
Daniel Daly, who is visually impaired and Dr Niall Muldoon, Ombudsman for Children discuss the Beyond Limits summit for young people with disabilities.
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Philip Bromwell meets a running enthusiast who has shared the deeply personal story behind his new business venture in Dublin
Éilís Sheehy has been speaking to people in Meath, Monaghan and Dublin about the use of campaign posters during the general election.
Gill Stedman reports live from Maynooth University and speaks to students on the significance of the Saturday vote