Following a big weekend in sport, with no shortage of controversy Damian Lawlor, Presenter of RTÉ’s GAA Podcast, Cliona Foley, Sports Journalist and Fiona Coughlan, Former Captain of the Ireland Women’s Rugby Team came into studio to discuss all of the weekend's action.
DUP and Conservatives reach deal
Nelson McCausland brought us the latest on the deal between the DUP and the Conservatives to allow Prime Minister Theresa May to form a minority Government.
Prof. Vincent Maher, Professor of Cardiology at Tallaght Hospital and the Blackrock Clinic has been at the coalface of heart disease in Ireland for a number of years, and he believes that we have buried our heads in the sand when it comes to the issue of high cholesterol and the damage that it does.
DUP Leader Arlene Foster has been meeting British Prime Minister Theresa May in Downing Street this morning to finalise a deal between the two parties.
Journalist and broadcaster, Eamonn Mallie had the latest on the negotiations between the Conservatives and the DUP.
The CSO tells us that motor insurance costs are falling, but many drivers are not seeing that in their annual renewal bills. Sunday Independent Motoring journalist Geraldine Herbert has been taking a look at the figures.
The National Gallery of Ireland
After six years of renovation work, the National Gallery of Ireland has reopened and Marie Louise O'Donnell was there to see the improvements.
Publishing Names of Drink Drivers
Minister for Transport Shane Ross said he was considering plans to 'name and shame' drink drivers in an effort to reduce the number of road fatalities.
One newspaper in New Zealand, has started doing just that, Queenstown’s Mountain Scene has published the names of 100 drink drivers on its front page - its editor David Williams joined us.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has responded to criticism from senior judges centering on the new Judicial Appointments Bill, warning judges must keep their noses out of Government business. Former Attorney General and Justice Minister Senator Michael McDowell and Jennifer Carroll MacNeill, barrister and former Fine Gael adviser joined Cormac Ó hEadhra.
The Friday Gathering
Fergus O'Dowd, F.G. TD Louth, Lynn Boylan, S.F. MEP for Dublin, Brenda Power, Columnist Sunday Times and Irish Daily Mail, Michael O'Regan, Parliamentary Correspondent, Irish Times
St John's Eve Traditions
Michael Fortune, Folklorist
European Medicines Agency
Danielle Barron, Freelance Health and Medical Journalist
The Fair at Spancil Hill
One Year Anniversary of Brexit
Karen Devine, DCU, David McWilliams, Economist, Seamus Boland, CEO of Irish Rural Link
Caoimhe Haughey, Solicitor
CAO Make Your Mind Up Process
Brian Mooney, Career Guidance Counsellor
Hayden Triggs: Recently retired Leinster Rugby Star
Solar panels for President Trump's border wall with Mexico
Graham Finlay, Lecturer in School of Politics at UCD
Can the Conservatives and the DUP agree a deal?
Eamonn Mallie, Broadcaster and Journalist
Defending Dublin with Fionn Davenport
Help to Buy scheme - Fuelling the bubble?
Michael Dowling, Chairman, Irish Brokers Association Mortgage Committee
AG - Court of Appeal Row
Hugh O'Connell, Sunday Business Post, thomas Byrne, F.F. TD Meath East, Alan Farrell, F.G. TD Dublin-Fingal
Gardening with Paraic Horkan
In Pursuit of Memory: The Fight Against Alzheimer's
Joseph Jebelli, Author
Caroline O'Sullivan, IDPCC Interim CEO, Caroline Quinn, School Principal
UK Parliament - The Queen's Speech
Kevin Maguire, Associate Editor, Daily Mirror, Newton Emerson, Irish Times Columnist
Paddy O'Gorman Castlebar District Court
Mental Health follow-up
Shari McDaid, Director of Mental Health Reform, Dr. Jim Gray, A&E Consultant Tallaght Hospital
New Cabinet - A Bad Day for Women
Niamh Gallagher, Co-founder of Women for Election
Garda Commissioner before the Public Accounts Committee
Michael Clifford, Special Correspondent, Examiner, Mary Lou McDonald, Sinn Fein
John Mooney on the PAC
John Mooney, Investigative Journalist Sunday Times
Accessing Mental Health Services through A&E
Islamophobia in Ireland
Dr. James Carr, Researcher at University of Limerick
First Day for the New Cabinet
Daniel McConnell, Political Editor, Examiner
85th Anniversary of the Eucharistic Congress
Diarmaid Ferriter,Professor Modern Irish History, UCD
Mairead McGuinness, Fine Gael MEP and Vice President European Parliament, Matt Carty, Sinn Fein MEP Midlands North West
Garda Commissioner before the PAC
Alan Kelly, Vice Chair of the Pubic Accounts
Damian Lawlor, Presenter RTE's GAA Podcast, Orla Bannon, Broadcast and Sports Journalist
Father's Day Graveyard Visit
Attorney General Appointment
Clare Daly, Independents 4Change TD, Harry McGee, Irish Times
Dublin Fire Brigade Ambulance Service
Professor Michael Hall, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
John Redwood, Conservative MP, Emmanuelle Schon Quinlivan, Lecturer in European Politics UCC
Attack on Finsbury Park Mosque in North London
Dr. Patrick Bury, Security Analyst in London, Dr. Umar Al-Qadri, Chairman of the Irish Muslim Peace and Integration Council
Lise Hand, Journalist, Professor Gary Murphy, DCU, Roisin Shorthall, Social Democrats TD Dublin North-West, Josepha Madigan, F.G. TD Dublin Rathdown
Assisted Decision-Making Act
Tim Bracken, Barrister and Author of The Probate Handbook
Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, Meeting with DUP
Sam McBride, Political Correspondent Belfast Newsletter
Toaiseach, Leo Varadkar, Meeting with Sinn Fein
Gerry Adams, President of Sinn Fein
Nomination of Former AG Maire Whelan to Court of Appeal
Jim O'Callaghan, F.F. Justice Spokesman
Accessing Mental Health Services through A & E
Prepare for Brexit
Leo McAdams, Enterprise Ireland, Daithi O'Connor, Managing Director of Revive Active, Paul Jacob, Managing Director of Smart Storage
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