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Morning Ireland Wednesday 27 January 2021
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Mary Wilson.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on a stabbing in Dublin city last night that left one teenager dead and two others in hospital.
Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, discusses the political reaction to the Govt's new Covid-19 travel restrictions.
Dermot O'Brien, assistant secretary general of the Garda Representative Association, discusses the questions frontline officers have about the Govt's latest Covid-19 plans.
Róisín Shorthall, co-leader of the Social Democrats, on yesterday's announcement by the government to extend Level 5 covid-19 restrictions until March 6th.
Cillian Sherlock reports on how third level students are coping with remote learning
Michael McGrath, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, responds to Garda and Opposition criticism of the Govt's new Covid-19 restrictions
Orla Keegan, Head of Education, Research and Bereavement at the Irish Hospice Foundation, on dealing with grief during the Covid pandemic
Aengus Cox reports on the debate of freedom of speech online, and the recent tech giants' shutdown of social media platform, Parler.
Wayne Stanley, head of policy at the Simon Community, discusses a new report which warns high rents and a lack of supports mean single people are now most at risk of homelessness during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Niall Hatch, of BirdWatch Ireland, says the group attracted 2,000 new members last year
Cara O'Sullivan, who has died at the age of 59, performs Rossini's Una Voce Poco Fa with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra
Presented by Fiona Kelly
Presented by Petula Martyn
Presented by Darren Frehill
Presented by Linda Hughes of Met Éireann.
Presented by Brian Jennings
Cillian Sherlock learns how to make the perfect pancake, and finds out why we eat them on the same day every year
Aengus Cox reports on the debate of freedom of speech online, and the recent tech giants' shutdown of social media platform, Parler
Amy Ní Riada reports from Kerry where Kevin In the Pink, by 17 year-old Casey Etherton, from Caherdaniel, will go on display. The oil painting won the 2020 Texaco Children's Art Competition