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Morning Ireland Tuesday 14 July 2020
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings.
Tarik Jašarevic, spokesperson for the World Health Organisation, says world leaders need to give clear messages about how economies are to re-open
Leo Varadkar, Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade & Employment, discusses a new €2bn credit guarantee scheme, and questions which remain to be answered about Barry Cowen's drink-driving ban
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, reports on issues facing Government, including the 14-day Covid quarantine, Minister Barry Cowen, and Brexit.
Sinéad Crowley has the latest update on Covid-19 in Ireland - there were no further deaths from the virus yesterday and 11 new cases were confirmed.
Helen Martin, Chief Executive of the Charities Regulator, discusses the rise in registered charitable organisations in 2019.
Cian McCormack speaks to world experts about the spread of the coronavirus across the world.
Orla O'Connor, Director of the National Women's Council of Ireland, criticises the move, saying it re-states a previous pledge and doesn't give mothers what they need
Brian O'Donovan, Washington Correspondent, on the targeting of US infectious disease chief Dr Anthony Fauci by the Trump administration, and the spread of the virus in the US.
Áine Moriarty, Chief Executive of the Irish Film and Television Academy, and Bronagh Gallagher, actress and IFTA nominee, discuss the 2020 nominations for this year's awards ceremony.
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Joan O'Sullivan speaks to survivors about their memories and reaction to the Mother and Baby Homes report
Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs and Religion Correspondent, looks back at the origins of the Commission of Investigation Into Mother and Babies Homes
Aengus Cox reports on a warning from the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland of what it says is a concerning rise in gambling disorder referrals since the introduction of Covid lockdowns