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Morning Ireland Thursday 17 October 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, discusses how the DUP are the main stumbling block to a deal on Brexit
George Parker, Political Editor at Financial Times, on the latest developments with Brexit.
Brian O'Donovan, Washington Correspondent, reports that the US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has issued a fresh warning to the British government that there will be no trade deal with the US if Brexit undermines the Good Friday Agreement.
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, has the latest on the Brexit talks as efforts continue to get a deal ahead of the start of the EU leaders summit.
Gavin Barrett, Professor specialising in EU law, Sutherland Law School, with a roundup of this morning's Brexit news.
Nick Ritchie, Senior Lecturer in International Security at the University of York, discusses the US nuclear weapon store in Turkey and the wider implications for the current crisis.
John Fitzgerald, Climate Advisory Council, discusses the need to retrofit so many Irish homes and whats involved.
Barry Cowen, Fianna Fáil TD for Offaly, gives his reaction to Bord Na Móna's redeployment plans as it moves away from peat-based activities.
Bob Flavin, motoring journalist and youtuber, describes the electric car market ahead of the country's first electric car exhibition.
Grace Toland, Project Manager at the Irish Traditional Music Archive, speaks to us ahead of the launch of the Dusty Bluebells digital exhibition.
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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