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Morning Ireland Monday 29 June 2020
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Justin McCarthy.
Professor Philip Nolan, Chair of the Irish Epidemiological Modelling Advisory Group and a member of the NPHET, discusses his concerns in relation to a rise in travel-related Covid-19 cases in Ireland.
Aoife Hegarty discusses two special reports from the RTÉ Investigates team after they spent almost 30 days filming in St James's Hospital in Dublin at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, reports on the formation of an historic Fine Gael-Fianna Fáil-Green government at the weekend, Micheal Martin's election as Taoiseach and what happens next.
Barry Cowen, Minister for Agriculture and the Marine, lays out what his main priorities will be in his new role.
Joe O'Brien, TD and Green Party Spokesperson for Transport, Tourism and Sport, says the process to choose the next leader will not disrupt the business of Government
Simon Coveney, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Defence, says the plan is to facilitate travel to other countries but only those with similar levels of Covid infection rates
Alan Kelly, TD and leader of the Labour Party, discusses its role in opposition in the 33rd Dáil.
Lynn Scarff, Director of the National Museum of Ireland, explains the changes visitors can expect to see when they visit national cultural institutions when they reopen.
Cian McCormack reports from Lahinch as businesses all over the country re-open as part of Phase three of the lifting of the lockdown
Aengus Cox reports from Choppers barbershop, which re-opened at midnight on the day that hairdressers and barbers return to business
Presented by Sineád Egan.
Presented by Darren Frehill
Darren Frehill speaks to former Armagh player Oisín McConville in relation to reports that Dublin's Jack McCaffrey is stepping away from the Dublin GAA Football squad.
Petula Martyn speaks to Nuala Mulqueeney, Acting Managing Director at Aillwee Cave Co. Ltd.
Presented by Brian Jennings.
Presented by Matthew Martin
Eilis Sheehy reports from Limerick where a homeless shelter's extended opening hours, because of Covid-19, led to life-changing benefits for some of its residents.
Tommy Meskill reports on efforts by owners of houseboats moored on Irish Waterways to be allowed live full time on their boats.
Cian McCormack reports on the increased number of suspected dog thefts, as demand for pets soars under Covid-19