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Morning Ireland Thursday 19 September 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Maggie Doyle.
Fran McNulty, Agriculture & Consumer Affairs Correspondent, reports on the ending of protests at some beef processing plants.
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, assesses the significance of last night's meeting between Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and DUP Leader Arlene Foster.
Niall Gibbons, Chief Executive of Tourism Ireland and President of Dublin Chamber, discusses DUP Leader Arlene Foster's address to the Chamber.
Hilary Benn, Labour MP and Chair of the UK's Brexit Select Committee, discusses the committee's visit to Dublin.
Ian Guider, Markets Editor with the Sunday Business Post, assesses the issues that are likely to dominate Ryanair AGM this morning.
Dr. Tom O Dowd, Tallaght GP and former Professor of General Practice at Trinity College Dublin, discusses the warning issued to GPs to reduce the over-prescribing of benzodiazepine.
John Paul Feeley, Fianna Fáíl Councillor for Cavan-Beltubret, discusses the community reaction to the abduction and attack of Quinn Industrial Holdings executive, Kevin Lunney
Wong Yik Mo, Vice Convener of the Civil Human Rights Front and leader of the Hong Kong Protest Movement, discusses a briefing with Irish leaders in the Dáil yesterday.
Caitriona Buggle, Green-Schools Travel Officer with An Taisce, discusses a new programme aimed at encouraging teenage girls to get cycling.
Mark Keane, President of PDFORRA, welcomes decision by ICTU executive council to accept PDFORRA's application to associate.
Noeline Blackwell, Chief Executive of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, discusses claims that some landlords are seeking sex for rent.
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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