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Morning Ireland Tuesday 11 May 2021
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Mary Wilson.
Vincent Kearney, Northern Editor, talks to family members ahead of inquest findings into the deaths of 10 people in the Ballymurphy area of west Belfast in August 1971.
Vincent Kearney, Northern Editor, on the inquest into the 1971 Ballymurphy deaths.
Jo Berry, Founder of Building Bridges for Peace, discusses reconciliation in Northern Ireland
Barra Roantree, author of the ESRI report which shows that younger people have been heavily impacted by the pandemic, speaks about the report's findings.
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, outlines what is likely to be raised at today's Cabinet meeting and other political issues of the day.
Laura Fletcher reports that the HSE in Galway has told asylum seekers availing of temporary accommodation for healthcare workers that they should find somewhere else to stay.
Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent with Reuter's News Agency, reports on clashes in Jerusalem between Israel and the Palestinians which have escalated in recent days.
Gillian Bird, Head of Education and Media at DSPCA, discusses the sale of wild ducklings in Dublin.
Denis Desmond, Managing Director of MCD productions which organises the Longitude festival, and Melvin Benn, Managing Director of Festival Republic which organises Electric Picnic, explore the possibility of live music events in Ireland this summer.
Anthony Murphy of Mythical Ireland on the discovery of two new logboats in the Boyne River in Co. Louth that could date back to Medieval times.
Presented by John S. Doyle.
Presented by Darren Frehill.
Presented by Siobhan Ryan of Met Éireann.
Adam Maguire speaks to Frank Conway, founder of Moneywhizz.
Presented by Brian Jennings.
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.
Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs & Religion Correspondent, explores how the number of reported racist incidents in the country is on the rise
Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs & Religion Correspondent, reports on what's been done across sport, the arts, and media to tackle racism in Ireland.