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Morning Ireland Wednesday 11 December 2019

Full Programme Podcast: Wednesday, 11th December 2019

Full Programme Podcast: Wednesday, 11th December 2019

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Bryan Dobson.

Bill on excavations at Tuam site published

Bill on excavations at Tuam site published

Katherine Zappone, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, discusses the Government's new bill to allow for a wide-scale excavation of the Tuam mother and baby home site.

Children aged 12 induced into Dublin gangs - study

Children aged 12 induced into Dublin gangs - study

Dr Johnny Connolly, University of Limerick Centre for Crime, Justice and Victim Studies, discusses a new report on drug dealing and organised crime in Dublin's south inner city.

Embattled FAI reports threats made against staff to gardaí

Embattled FAI reports threats made against staff to gardaí

Philip Ryan, Independent Newspapers Deputy Political Editor, reports that Gardai are investigating suspicious letters which were sent to the Football Association of Ireland's headquarters.

250 insurance firms exited Irish market over six years

250 insurance firms exited Irish market over six years

Raymond Byrne, member of the Law Reform Commission, discusses an Issues Paper the Commission is publishing that will specifically look at whether it is constitutionally permissible to cap personal injuries claims.

British PM seeks Brexit breakthrough as polls tighten

British PM seeks Brexit breakthrough as polls tighten

Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, and Matthew Parris, London Times columnist and former Tory MP, assess the current state of play in Northern Ireland and Britain on the final day of campaigning in the British General Election.

Animals are becoming immune to antibiotics

Animals are becoming immune to antibiotics

Peadar O'Scanaill, President of the Veterinary Council, on the need to stop overprescribing antibiotics for animals.

Case against Myanmar set out at The Hague

Case against Myanmar set out at The Hague

Anna Holligan, BBC's Foreign Correspondent, reports on Myanmar's defence at a genocide trial in the UN's International Court of Justice.

Theatre professionals 'gravely concerned' by Abbey

Theatre professionals 'gravely concerned' by Abbey

Neil Murray, director and joint chief executive of the Abbey Theatre; and Declan Conlon, Abbey actor and one of the signatories of a letter criticising recent actions by the theatre, discuss the ongoing internal row at Ireland's national theatre.

7:10am It Says In The Papers

7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S Doyle

8:10am It Says In The Papers

8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S Doyle

7:30am Business News

7:30am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire

7:55am Business News

7:55am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire

8:30am Business News

8:30am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire

7:35am Sport News

7:35am Sport News

Presented by Pauric Lodge

8:35am Sport News

8:35am Sport News

Presented by Pauric Lodge

Weather Forecast

Weather Forecast

Presented by Harm Luijkx of Met Éireann

8am Bulletin

8am Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings

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Programme Highlights

Diceman exhibition celebrates Grafton St 'High King'

Sinéad Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, reports that a new exhibition celebrating the life of the man once known as the 'High King of Grafton Street' has opened at the Little Museum of Dublin on St Stephen's Green

Know your car and you'll drive more safely

Eileen Magnier, North West Correspondent, reports on a new road safety initiative in Co Donegal

You're never too old nor young for love

Natasha Murtagh reports on what love means to pupils in Delgany National School Wicklow and to a couple married 60 years.

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