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Morning Ireland Wednesday 29 July 2020
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Carole Coleman and Justin McCarthy.
Harry McGee, Irish Times Political Correspondent, discusses further political controversy for the new Government.
Sinead Lucey, Managing Solicitor with the Free Legal Advice Centres, discusses the Department of Social Protection's rules on social welfare recipients leaving the country.
Alan Kelly, Labour Party leader, discusses the controversy surrounding the Government's decision to link the pandemic unemployment payment to the newly stated need for recipients to be seeking work.
Hugh Mockler, Deputy Launch Authority at RNLI Crosshaven Lifeboat Station, discusses the dangers of inflatable boats after a recent rescue off the Cork coast.
Frank McDonald, author of 'The Destruction of Dublin', discusses the removal of four statues which have stood outside the Shelbourne hotel for 153 years.
Matt Dempsey, President of Tillage Industry Ireland, discusses a new report advocating an expansion of the sector and a reduction in tillage imports.
Aimée Van Wylick, Culture Night National Coordinator, discusses the launch of this year's Culture Night events and what changes can be expected on account of Covid-19.
Éilís Sheehy reports on how some border county hotels have been impacted by differing public health guidance for wedding numbers.
Kate Connolly, Guardian's Berlin Correspondent, discusses the search of a Hanover allotment in connection with the police investigation of a suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Aengus Cox reports on the impact Covid-19 restrictions continue to have on the music industry - a sector that remains without a plan for a resumption of live performance.
Lenny Abrahamson, Director of Normal People, reacts to his Emmy nomination for outstanding directing for a limited series.
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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