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Friday 20th January

The Gathering

Niamh Hourigan, Department of Sociology University College Cork, Jim Daly, Fine Gael TD Cork South West, Mick Barry, AAA PBP TD Cork North Central, Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent Irish Independent

Chevalier de l'Ordre National du Merite

Isabelle Sheridan, Owner of On The Pig's Back

Recovery in the Economy

Michael O'Flynn, Developer

Trump Inauguration

David Fitzgerald, UCC Professor, Larry Donnelly, Lecturer in Law, NUI Galway, Gina London, Former CNN Washington Correspondent, Joe Caulfield, Pro Trump Supporter, Simon Carswell, Washington Correspondent Irish Times

Martin McGuinness Retires from Politics

Ian Paisley Jnr, Micheal Martin, F.F. leader, Gerry Kelly, Sinn Fein

Thursday 19th January

Gardening

Pauric Horkan

Donald Trump Inauguration

Jennifer Bendery, White House Correspondent Huffington Post, Jan Halper Hayes, Member of Trumps Tranistion Team and Former Worldwide Vice President of Republicans Overseas

Generation F'ed

Andy Farrell, Plastering Contractor, Luke McGahren, Secondary Teacher, Kiera Gill, Volunteer, Hairdresser and Student

Cancer Screening

Donal Buggy, Head of Services and Advocacy at the Irish Cancer Society, BRendan Howlin, Labour Party Leader, Conor MacLiam, Husband of Campaigner Suzie Long who died ten years ago

Crimes Against Pharmacies

Darragh Connolly, Irish Pharmacy Union President, Anne Marie Horan, Pharmacist in Terenure, Dublin

Minister Denis Naughten - Bike Accident

Denis Naughten, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment

Bus Éireann

Greg Ennis, SIPTU Divisional Organiser, Kevin Traynor, National Director Coach Tourism, Transport Council of Ireland, Robert Troy, F.F. Spokesperson on Transport

Avalanche in Italy

Nick Squires, The Daily Telegraph

Wednesday 18th January

Book: We Do Things Differently

Mark Stevenson, Author

EU Data Protection Directive

Linda Ni Chualladh, Data Protection Lawyer, Mike Mansfield, Head of Communications and Fundraising with Jigaw

DAVOS World Economic Forum

Dearbhail McDonald, Group Business Editor with Independent News and Media

Limerick Repossession Courts

Brian O'Connell report

HSE Beds and Farming

Karen Walsh, Solicitor and Author of Farming and The Law, Paul Cullen, Irish Times

Brexit

Brian Hayes, Fine GAel MEP, Liam Halligan, Economist and Columnist The Telegraph, Elmar Brok, CDU Germany, Paddy Malone, Dundalk Chamber of Commerce, Conor Patterson, Chief Executive Newry and Mourne Enterprise Agency

Tuesday 17th January

Obama Legacy

Graham Finlay, School of Politics and International Relations UCD

Book: My Dopamine Diet

Tom Kerridge, Author and Chef

Theresa May Brexit Speech

George Parker, Financial Times, Matt Carty, Sinn Fein MEP

One Year No Beer

Kate Gunn, Digital Manager Mum's Online, Andy Ramage, Co-Founder One Year No Beer

Dáil Preview

Hugh O'Connell, Political Correspondent, SBP, Niamh Lyons, Political Editor Ireland Edition The Times

Vulture Funds closing in on Farms

Matt Carey, Debt Resolution Advisor, John Comer, President ICMSA, John Murphy, Solicitor in Wexford

Monday 16th January

Weekend Sport

Damian Lawlor, Presenter of RTE's GAA Podcast Jones's Road, Marie Crowe, Sports Journalist

RCSI TY Students

Evelyn O'Rourke report

Horses to China

Michael Donohue, Worldwide Bloodstock Consultant

Bus Eireann

David O'Connor, Lecturer in Transport Planning and Urban Design DIT

Brexit

Kevin Maguire, Associate Editor Daily Mirror, Dan O'Brien, Economist and Columnist with Irish Independent

Garda Traffic Corps in Cork City

Brian O'Connell

Baptism Barrier and School Admissions

Paddy Monaghan, Policy Officer for Education Equality, Ronan Mullen, Senator

The North

Gerry Adams, President Sinn Fein, Newton Emerson, Columnist Irish News and Irish Times

Friday 13th January

The Gathering

Peadar Toibin, Sinn Fein TD Meath East, Brian Hayes, Fine Gael MEP, Terry Prone, Communications Clinic, Grainia Long, Chief Executive ISPCC Childline and Human Rights Commissioner for Northern Ireland

Senator James Reilly

Senator James Reilly

Book: Ayesha's Gift

Martin Sixsmith, Author

SIPO and Senator James Reilly

Hugh O'Connell, Sunday Business Post

Talking to Machines

Sean Duke, Science Journalist and Olan McGowan, RTE Producer

Recipes for a Nervous Breakdown

Sophie White, Writer and Food Columnist

Vulture Funds

Mike Allen, Director of Advocacy, Focus Ireland, Stephen Donnelly, Independent TD Wicklow, John McGrath, Chairman of The Phoenix Project

Trump Dossier

Patrick Cockburn, London Independent

Thursday 12th January

Chinese Money in Football

Rob Hartnett, Founder and CEO of Sport for Business, Clifford Coonan, I rish Times Correspondent in China

The Plight of Carers

Tracy McGinnis

Interconnector Debate

John Fitzgerald, Economist, Padraig O'Reilly, North East Pylon Pressure Group

Water Meters

Paul Melia, Environment Correspondent Irish Independent, Mick Barry, AAA-PBP, Alan Farrell, F.G. TD Dublin Fingal

President Elect Donald Trump

Professor Ted Malloch, Trump Supporter, Marion McKeone, Journalist, Hugh lenihan, Culture Editor Irish Times, Dimitri Babich, Political Analyst Voice of Russia, Tim Clonan, Security Analyst

Wednesday 11th January

Greenpeace Captain

Peter Willcox

Apollo House

Evelyn O'Rourke and Paddy O'Gorman

Obama and Trump

Marion McKeown, U.S. Correspondent Sunday Business Post

Car Insurance

Stuart Gilhooley, President of the Law Society

Dr. Peter Boylan Retires

Dr. Peter Boylan

Kym Owens in induced coma since November

Brian O'Connell report

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