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Morning Ireland Tuesday 7 April 2020
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Bryan Dobson.
Professor Clíona Ní Cheallaigh, Associate Professor in Clinical Medicine at TCD and Infectious Disease Consultant at St James Hospital, Dublin discusses the Covid-19 outbreak.
Seán Whelan, London Correspondent, on the implications of Boris Johnson being admitted to ICU.
Dr Andrew Blick, senior lecturer and director of the centre for British Politics and Government at King's College London, on the implications of the Prime Minister's illness.
Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent, on yesterday's Covid-19 HSE briefing and the advice being given to the public ahead of the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
Fiachra O Cionnaith reports on the options facing the Labour Party and its new leader Alan Kelly as a new country waits to be formed
Alan Kelly, Labour Party leader, gives his first detailed interview since becoming the Labour party's new leader on Friday.
Cian McCormack speaks with Irish people in New York as the Covid-19 death toll in the state nears 5,000.
Frances McCarthy, Education & Outreach Officer at CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory in Cork, looks forward to seeing a 'Pink SuperMoon' tonight.
Phil Mercer, BBC Australia correspondent, reports that Australian Cardinal George Pell has walked free after winning a long-running battle to overturn his child sex abuse convictions.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on new measures being introduced to prevent an outbreak of Covid-19 in prisons.
Angie Benhaffaf, mother of once-conjoined twins Hassan and Hussein Benhaffaf, marks the 10th anniversary of their historic operation to separate them
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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