Jane Austen: Persuasion
Criminal Courts of Justice
Tuam Report / Mother & Baby Homes
Fiach Kelly, Deputy Political Editor, Irish Times, Anna Corrigan, Tuam Babies Family Group
Dogs In Restaurants
Tom Doorley, Food and Wine Columnist, Sarah Lynch, Campaigns Manager Dogs Trust, Michael O'Regan, Parliamentary Correspondent Irish Times
Standards in Public Office / Amnesty Donation
David Quinn, Director of Iona Institute, Colm O'Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty
Crime & Bail Laws
Donnchadh O'Laoghaire, S.F. Spokesperson on Justice, Kieran Cleary, Solicitor and President of the Victims of Crime Group, Liam Herrick, Executive Director Irish Council for Civil Liberties
Damian Lawlor and Lindsay Peat
Blue Cross Animal Charity
National Patient Survey Results
Simon Harris, Minister for Health
U.S. Politics: Alabama/Roy Moore/Trump
Suzanne Lynch, Irish Times Washington Correspondent
Men Of The South
Can Dementia Be Prevented?
Ian Robertson, Clinical Psychologist
The Friday Gathering
Eamon Dunphy, Journalist and Broadcaster, Sarah Carey, Saturday Columnist, The Times, Ireland Edition, Fergus O'Dowd, F.G. TD Louth, Dave Cullinane, S.F. TD Waterford
The Psychobiotic Revolution
Ted Dinan MD, PhD
Michael Kelly, Founder of GIY(Grow It Yourself), Corrine McLaughlin, Tramore Educate Together
Helen McEntee, Minister of State for European Affairs, Micheal Martin, F.F. Leader, Andrew Bridgen, Conservative MP North West Leicestershire, Sam McBride, Political Correspondent Belfast Newsletter
Meat for Christmas
If you’re the one in charge of the Christmas feast this year there’s no need to panic, Pat Whelan from James Whelan Butchers joined Seán O'ROurke this morning with all the answers.
Sense About Science
Dr Síle Lane from the UK organization Sense about Science joined Seán O'Rourke this morning to discuss the subject.
A Year Of Political Mayhem
An age of uncertainty began when Britain voted to leave the EU last year. The task of guiding the country towards Brexit has fallen to Theresa May. The beleaguered prime minister figures large in a new book called Fall Out: A Year of Political Mayhem.
Tim Shipman, the political editor of the Sunday Times joined the programme.
Annual Report On Child Protection
Today’s report by Special Rapporteur on Child Protection Dr Geoffrey Shannon has called for the introduction of an offence that would allow for the prosecution of adults suspected of leading children into crime. Chief Executive of ISPCC Grainia Long joined Seán O'Rourke to talk about the findings in the report.
Johnny McEvoy has been in the music business for over fifty years, but rather than write a conventional autobiography, he has chosen to map his life through the songs that he wrote and the songs that he sang.
Our reporter Brian O’Connell has been back to the repossession courts in Naas. He spoke to Seán O'Rourke this morning about some of the people he met there.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern joined the programme on the line to offer his thoughts on Brexit, and how Ireland and the UK might come to an agreement over the border issue in Northern Ireland.
Books for Christmas
Louisa Cameron, Raven Books, Rick O'Shea, Book Club on Facebook
Rise In Veganism
Catherine Cleary, Journalist and Food Writer, Keith Walsh, 2FM Breakfast Republic Presenter, Dennis Cotter, Chef, Writer, Founder of Cafe Paradiso
Voluntary Sector and Strike Action
Paul Bell, SIPTU Health Division Organiser
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe
Minister Paschal Donohoe
Changing Funeral Culture
George McCullough, Chief Executive Glasnevin Trust, Jonathan Stafford, M.D. Staffords Funeral Homes
Craft & Design Fair
Ailbhe Gerrard, Hive Share, Paul Harrington, Due South T-Shirts, Bernie Everard, Splate Gin and Cheese Making Kits
David Looby, New Ross Standard
Dr. Ian Cross, Medicin Sans Frontiers
Children in Hotels for Christmas
Brexit No Deal
Mairead McGuinness, F.G. MEP, Nelson McCausland, Former DUP MLA, Mathew Parris, Journalist and Former Conservative MP, Stephin Gethins, Europe Spokesperson Scottish National Party
Damian Lawlor, Presenter RTE GAA Podcast, Cliona Foley, Sports Journalist
Seanad Eireann holds consultations about the wording of the National Anthem
Mark Daly, F.F. Senator, Maureen O'Sullivan, Independent TD
Courts: Naas District Court
Paddy O'Gorman report
Suicide/Suicidal Ideation in Children
David Coleman, Clinical Child Psychologist
Luas Cross City
Evelyn O'Rourke took a trip
Graham Finlay, School of Politics and International Relations University College Dublin
Brexit and The Irish Question
Phillip Blond, Former Advisor to David Cameron and Director of think tank ResPublica, Pat McFadden, Labour MP for Wolverhampton South East and a Member of the Commons Brexit Select Committee, Brian Hayes, F.G. MEP and Emmanuelle Schon Quinlivan, Lecturer in European Politics at University College Cork
The Friday Gathering
Paudie Coffey, Fine Gael Senator, Richard Boyd Barrett, Solidarity PBP, Brenda Power, Barrister and Political Columnist, Niamh Lyons, Political Editor, The Times, Ireland Edition
Science Matters: Food and Water Research
Dr. Shane Bergin, Physicist, UCD
Children's Books For Christmas
Sarah Webb, Children's Writer, Dave Rudden, Author
The Assassination of Justice Minister Kevin O'Higgins
Brexit and the Border
Brian Feeney, Irish News Columnist, Noel Whelan, Barrister and Commentator, Ben Lowry, Deputy Editor of the Belfast Newsletter
Book Club: The Adversary
John Boyne, Author, Sinead Gleeson, Presenter of the Book Show, RTE RAdio 1, Hugh Linehan, Culture Editor, Irish Times, Nicola Tallant, Investigations Editor Sunday World
New Political Appointments
Daniel McConnell, Political Editor Irish Examiner
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