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    Friday 3rd July

    The Gathering

    Ruth Coppinger, Socialist Party TD, Pat Rabbitte, Labour Party TD, John Downing, Irish Independent, Brenda Power, Columnist, Irish Mail

    HIQA Report into Nursing Homes

    Priscilla Lynch, Medical Journalist

    Dexter Cattle

    Darragh McCullough, Deputy Editor Farming Independent

    Greece

    Simon Harris, Minister of State Department of Fiannce, Helena Smith, The Guardian, Tony, Foley, Professor Economics, DCU

    The Gathering

    Pat Rabbitte on Yanis Varoufakis, Greek Prime Minister

    Tag Rugby

    Brian O'Connell goes along to Cork Con to chat to those who play in the tag rugby league.

    Thursday 2nd July

    Tweens

    Colman Noctor, Child and Adolesce3nt Psychotherapist, Dave Robbins, Journalist

    Ciaran Hancock's Update from the Banking Inquiry

    Ciaran Hancock

    School Uniforms

    Karen Grant, Irish Schoolwear Association, Professor Donal O'Shea

    Water Protesters Outside the Dáil

    Senator Mary Moran, Cllr. Michael O'Brien

    Banking Inquiry Preview

    Gerard Howlin, Public Relations Consultant

    Today with Sean O'Rourke

    The mid-morning current affairs magazine with the stories of the day, sharp analysis, sports coverage, in-depth features and consumer interest.

    Wednesday 1st July

    Migraine

    Marie Bailey, FG Cllr Dun Laoghaire,Rathdown, Esther Tomkins, Migraine Specialist Nurse

    Galway Bypass

    Florence Geraghty, Tricia Murphy, Kevin Gill, Michael Timmons, Snr. Engineer, Galway National Road Project

    Possible Deal for Greece

    Elena Panaritis, Senior Economist Advisor to the Greek Minister of Finance and Former World Bank Economist

    Drowning Tragedy in Baltimore, West Cork

    Fergal Keane

    Free GP Care

    Brian O'Connell vox pop, Dr. Martin Rouse, GP Clonmel

    Tánaiste Joan Burton

    Joan Burton, Minister for Social Protection

    Greece

    Helena Smith, The Guardian, Suzanne Lynch, Europe Correspondent, Irish Times

    Tuesday 30th June

    My Mother's Secret - Sheila O'Flanagan

    Sheila O'Flanagan, Author

    The LE Eithne in the Mediterranean

    Commander Hugh Tully, Flag Officer Commanding the Naval Service

    Mental Health - OCD

    Jim Lucey, Medical Director St. Patrick's Hospital

    Greece

    Constantine Michalos, Chamber of Commerce, Athens, Paul Murphy, Socialist Party TD, Suzanne Lynch, European Correspondent, Irish Times

    Monday 29th June

    Weekend Sport

    Damian Lawlor, Sunday Independent, Ciaran Whelan, Former Dublin Footballer

    Independent Alliance

    Hugh O'Connell, Political Editor Journal.ie

    Greece Financial Markets

    Peter Brown, Institute of Investing and Financial Trading

    Tunisia Update

    Richard Downes, RTE, Marian King, Eyewitness

    Tunisia Aftermath

    Mary Fitzgeald, Foreign Affairs Columist, Irish Independent, Fionn Davenport, Travel Writer

    Greece Shuts Banks

    Karl Whelan, Department of Economics, University College Dublin, Helena Smith, The Guardian, Naris Neofytidis, General Manager of The Met Hotel in Thessalonica in Norther Greece

    Friday 26th June

    The Gathering

    To discuss the issues in the news this week Keelin was joined by Renua Leader, Lucinda Creighton; Brian Hayes, Fine Gael MEP for Dublin; Michael Taft of the Unite Trade Union and Hugh O’Connell, political editor at TheJournal.ie.

    Ben and Jake Connolly

    Ben and Jake Connolly have a very rare disorder and both their parents had to give up work to look after them. Their mortgage then fell into arrears and they have been told to hand over their home to the bank in September. Valerie Cox has the details.

    Greeks in Ireland

    Negotiations in Greece seem to be in deadlock, so with default looming on Tuesday how is the Greek population reacting, Stavroula Demetriades joined Keelin on the line to give some insight.

    The Disappeared

    Investigators searching for the remains of a man disappeared by the IRA have discovered at least two bodies in bogland in County Meath. Our northern editor Tommie Gorman reports

    Surviving Summer Family Holidays

    Famil holidays can be hard work, especially self-catering ones. With some tips as to how to keep the tensions away are Tony Moore, Counsellor and Psychotherapist, and Fiona Looney, journalist and playwright.

    Brexit

    John Redwood, Conservative MP, talks to Keelin Shanley about the treaty changes David Cameron wants in place before a British referendum on EU membership

    Migrant Crisis

    Sue Conlan of the Irish Refugee Council and Peter Sutherland discuss the migrant crisis. Peter Sutherland had a meeting with the Pope this morning

    Thursday 25th June

    Book Club - Mightier Than The Sword

    This month we’ve been reading an unashamed holiday read – the latest Jeffrey Archer blockbuster, Mightier Than The Sword. Joining Sean to review the book are Michael Colgan, Artistic Director of The Gate Theatre; broadcaster Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh; and Natasha Fennell, Director of Stillwater Communications

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