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Morning Ireland Wednesday 22 January 2020
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Justin McCarthy.
Aengus Cox speaks to voters in Offlay and Justin McCarthy is joined by midlands Correspondent Ciaran Mullooly to discuss the issues affecting the Laois-Offaly constituency.
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, discusses the latest developments in the General Election 2020 campaign
Gearóid Keegan, founder Glenisk, Orla Martin, Offaly Local Enterprise Office and Vincent Cleary, Tullamore Tribune, discuss the key issues affecting voters in the Laois-Offaly constituency
Suzanne Lynch, Washington Correspondent with the Irish Times, brings us the latest from the impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump
Will Goodbody, Business Editor has the latest from the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Allison Morris, Security Correspondent has the latest on Northern Ireland's £215m money laundering investigation.
Sinéad Hussey, Northeast Correspondent, reports from Magheracloone ahead of this weekend's All Ireland Intermediate Football Final
Michael Kingston, international maritime legal expert, explains the new UK-US agreement to protect the Titanic wreckage site and how it may still fall short of a full international defence.
Joe Barry, Professor of Population Health Medicine at Trinity College Dublin, tells us that alcohol sponsorship in sport is a big problem.
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Aengus Cox reports on how businesses are finding creative ways to trade in a vastly different and rapidly evolving marketplace.
Gearóid Gilley, Head of Customer Services at VHI Healthcare, and Consumer Correspondents Fran McNulty and Siobhán Maguire, share solutions to the travel headaches associated with Covid-19.
Sam McConkey, Assoc Prof and Head of the Department of International Health and Tropical Medicine at the RCSI; Sarah Doyle, Consultant in Public Health Medicine at the HSE; Ray Walley, GP and former president of the IMO.