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Morning Ireland Tuesday 10 September 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, discusses the expected appointment of Phil Hogan as EU Trade Commissioner.
Seán Whelan, London Correspondent, reports from Westminster on the debates and votes in the House of Commons as the British parliament is suspended for five weeks.
Suzanne Connolly, Barnardos CEO, discusses the charity's busiest year to date and the need for an increase in statutory funding.
Sinéad Crowley, Arts & Media Correspondent, discusses events taking place for the launch of 'The Testaments', Margaret Atwood's eagerly awaited sequel to 'The Handmaid's Tale'.
Juliette Gash reports from the Fianna Fáil think-in in Gorey, Co Wexford.
Michelle Minihan, Senior Inspector at Environmental Protection Agency, discusses the findings of the annual Drinking Water in Public Supplies Report for 2018.
Alex Kane, political commentator in Belfast, discusses the possibility of a Northern Ireland only backstop as a solution for Brexit and the DUPs rejection of it.
Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, speaks to us from Fianna Fáil's annual think-in in Gorey, as the party sets out its priorities for the new Dail schedule.
Mícheál Martin, leader of Fianna Fáil, discusses Housing, climate change and Brexit at the Fianna Fáil think-in in Gorey.
Fran McNulty, Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent, brings us the latest on the cancellation of planned talks on the future of the beef sector.
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Eileen Magnier, North West Correspondent, reports on a new road safety initiative in Co Donegal
Natasha Murtagh reports on what love means to pupils in Delgany National School Wicklow and to a couple married 60 years.
Philip Bromwell meets a running enthusiast who has shared the deeply personal story behind his new business venture in Dublin