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Morning Ireland Monday 10 May 2021

Morning Ireland

Morning Ireland

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Mary Wilson.

Morning Ireland, Monday 10th May

Morning Ireland, Monday 10th May

Live news, sports, and business presented by Audrey Carville and Mary Wilson.

How reliable are antigen tests?

How reliable are antigen tests?

Kingston Mills, professor of experimental immunology at TCD, outlines his views on the use of rapid testing for Covid-19.

Concern over use of antigen testing and possible false reassurances

Concern over use of antigen testing and possible false reassurances

J.P. Scally, Chief Executive Officer of Lidl Ireland, discusses the sale of antigen testing equipment in supermarkets.

Country prepares for reopening as lengthy lockdown comes to an end

Country prepares for reopening as lengthy lockdown comes to an end

Mairead Owens, Dublin City Librarian, Ian Madden, cross fit trainer in Greystones and Fr Pat O Donnell, Parish Priest in Rathmore, on the reopening of their sectors as today marks a significant easing of restrictions.

Border causes complications as inter-county travel returns

Border causes complications as inter-county travel returns

Pádraig Mac Lochlainn, Sinn Féin TD for Donegal, discusses a political row over whether the lifting of the inter-county travel ban means people in the Republic can now travel to Northern Ireland.

Too late for some businesses that won't survive pandemic

Too late for some businesses that won't survive pandemic

Richard Guiney, Chief Executive of the Dublin Town business umbrella group, says while the country is slowly re-opening many businesses will not return.

Tánaiste says today is a 'a day of freedom' as further restrictions ease

Tánaiste says today is a 'a day of freedom' as further restrictions ease

Leo Varadkar, Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise discusses the next phase of reopening the country as today marks a significant easing of restrictions.

Exciting yet nervous time for hairdressers and retailers

Exciting yet nervous time for hairdressers and retailers

Cathy Halloran, Mid West Correspondent, reports from Ennis in Co. Clare on the reopening of hairdressers and shops there.

Estate Agents resume bookings

Estate Agents resume bookings

Pat Davitt, CEO of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, on the reopening of estate gents.

Government donates over €100,000 to charity to help India in Covid battle

Government donates over €100,000 to charity to help India in Covid battle

Gora Das, Logistics Manager of The Hope Foundation in Kolkata, discusses the Covid-19 situation in India.

7:10am It Says In The Papers

7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.

8:10am It Says In The Papers

8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.

7:35am Sports News

7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.

8:35am Sports News

8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.

7:50am Business News

7:50am Business News

Adam Maguire speaks to Sarah-Jayne Larkin, Director General of the Irish Venture Capital Association.

Weather Forecast

Weather Forecast

Presented by Liz Walshe of Met Éireann.

8am News Bulletin

8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.

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Programme Highlights

Integration in education key to tackling racism

In the last in her series on racism in Ireland, Ailbhe Conneely, Religion & Social Affairs Correspondent, looks at how one Cork school has achieved integration amongst students and teachers.

Reported incidents of racism rising in Ireland

Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs & Religion Correspondent, explores how the number of reported racist incidents in the country is on the rise

Online racism a growing problem in Ireland

Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs & Religion Correspondent, reports on what's been done across sport, the arts, and media to tackle racism in Ireland.

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