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Morning Ireland Thursday 10 October 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings.
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, previews a meeting between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Cheshire today.
Steven Erlanger, Chief Diplomatic Correspondent for Europe for the New York Times newspaper, discusses the current position for Brexit.
Jasper Mortimer, Freelance journalist in Ankara, describes the situation in Kurdish-controlled north eastern Syria after Turkish launches a military offensive.
James Stewart, Associate Professor of Finance at Trinity College Dublin, discusses proposals by the OECD for a global shake up of corporation tax.
John Farrelly, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Commission, discusses a report released by the commission today in relation to the lack of mental health services in Ireland.
Dr. Eamon Doyle, Geologist, discusses the discovery of tiny bones in County Clare, belonging to a 325 million year old amphibian.
Simon Harris, Minister for Health, urges vulnerable people to take the flu vaccine this winter.
John Draper, Division Controller at the Valentia Coastguard coordination centre, tells us that a search operation is under way after a fisherman failed to return to port in west Cork last night.
Alma Jordan, Founder of AgriKids, a farm safety education programme, speaks to us following her win at the 2019 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards.
Sinéad Brennan discusses the confrontation between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy yesterday after details from Rooney's private Instagram account were leaked to The Sun newspaper.
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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