Harry McGee, Political Correspondent with the Irish Times, discusses the latest developments in political parties attempts to form a government and the decision not to hold a Taoiseach nomination vote next week.
Greek islanders clash with police over migrant centre
Helena Smith, The Guardian's correspondent for Greece, Turkey and Cyprus, reports on clashes between riot police and local communities on Greece's Aegean islands over government plans to create migrant detention camps.
UK government to publish Brexit negotiating mandate
Seán Whelan, London Correspondent, outlines what's ahead when the UK publishes its negotiating mandate for talks with the EU on trade and the future UK-EU relationship following the publication of the EU mandate on 25 February.
Impact of Climate Change on the Antarctic looks even more dramatic than on the Arctic
Andrew Fleming, remote sensing manager with the British Antarctic Survey, discusses growing concerns over a glacier the size of Florida which is in danger of melting into the ocean over the coming decades - potentially raising global sea levels by half a metre.
Dr Geraldine Casey, from the HSE's Department of Public Health in Limerick, discusses new research highlighting the significant negative impact on physical and mental health child homelessness can have into adulthood.
Further appeals to Government over flood relief plans
Prof Peter Coxon, Trinity College's Department of Geography, discusses the causes of the current floods in the midlands and west of Ireland and what action Ireland should take to address the increasingly common problem.
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.