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Friday 23rd February

The Friday Gathering

Martin Heydon, F.G. TD Kildare South, Eoin O'Broin, Sinn Fein Spokesperson on Housing, Brenda Power, Columnist Sunday Times and Irish Daily Mail, Sinead O'Carroll, Deputy News Editor TheJournal.ie

Book: Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism and Progress

I/V with The Author, Steven Pinker

Burnfoot, Co. Donegal, Floods Update

Kathleen Molloy

Rugby Preview: Ireland v Wales

Tom McGurk

CAB Morning Raids

Paul Reynolds, RTE Crime Correspondent

Bray District Court

Paddy O'Gorman met some people at The Court

Baroness Eileen Paisley says the DUP and Sinn Fein need to cut out all nonsense and lies and come back and start anew on talks

Baroness Eileen Paisley

Parents criticised after field hospital needed for drunken teenagers at a disco

Dr. Chris Luke, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Cork University Hospital, Dr. Jason van der Velde, Emergency Physician

Thursday 22nd February

Homeless People and Premature Ageing

David Carroll, Director of Services and Development with DePaul Homeless Services, Jess Sears, Clinical Nurse Manager with DePaul Homeless Services

Rural Crime

Fran McNulty, RTE

Update on Irishman, Paddy Moriarty, missing in Australia

Anna Henderson, ABC Reporter

Syria - The Horrors of Ghouta

Patrick Cockburn, Middle East Correspondent Independent and Author of 'The Age Of Jihad'

People Of The Year: Everyday Heroes Winner

Evelyn O'Rourke reports

Oesophageal Cancer

Professor John Reynolds, St. James Hospital in Dublin, Marion O'Herlihy, who was diagnosed with Oesophageal Cancer eight years ago.

Former CEO and Chair of Unilever

Niall Fitzgerald

Irish Water

Mick Barry, Solidarity TD

Wednesday 21st February

Home Heating Grant

Jim Gannon, Chief Executive, SEAI, David Kerr, Bonkers.ie

Ulster & The Irish Language

David McNarry, Former Leader of UKIP in Northern Ireland, Ciaran MacGiolla Bhein, Conradh Na Gaeilge

Single Sex Schools

Barbara Ennis, Principal Alexandra College, Aodhan O'Riordain, Labour Party Senator

US Gun Ban

Charlie Wolf, U.S. Political Commentator and Trump Supporter

Sibling Bullying

Dr. Harry Barry and Enda Murphy

Drink Driving Case

Miheala Cooper and Leo Lieghio

Death Of Catherine Nevin

Mary Wilson

Bill On Mortgage Arrears

John McGuinness, F.F. TD Carlow-Kilkenny

Tuesday 20th February

Mother Tongues

Francesca La Morgia, David Karlstrom, Juliette O'Grady

Northern Talks: Joint Address to House of Commons

Eamon Mallie, Journalist

Unthinkable: An Extraordinary Journey Through The World's Strangest Brain

Helen Thompson, Author

Increasing Concerns Over Self Harm

Professor Jim Lucey, Medical Director of St. Patrick's Hospital in Dublin

Children's Grief Centre

Sr. Helen Culhane, Anne Comerford and Annette

Closure of Walton's Music Shop

Neil Walton

Graham Dwyer High Court Action

Dearbhail McDonald, Group Business Editor Independent News and Media

Monday 19th February

Weekend Sport

Marie Crowe, Broadcaster and Sports Journalist, Damian Lawlor, Presenter RTE GAA Podcast, Vincent Hogan, Irish Independent

Revolutionary Cinema in Ireland

Denis Condon, Department of English and Media Studies, Maynooth University, Tommy Graham, Editor of History Ireland

Ireland's New Space Strategy for Enterprise

John Halligan, Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development

Mortgages

David Hall

U.S. Highway 1

Fionn Davenport

Asylum Seekers – The Right To Work

Nick Henderson, CEO Irish Refugee Council, Leslie Mkoko, Ellie Kisyombe

Religion in Schools

Richard Bruton, Minister for Education, April Duff, legal Officer with Education Equality, Michael Moriarty, General Secretary of Education and Training Boards Ireland

Friday 16th February

The Gathering

Peter Burke, F.G. TD Longford Westmeath, Michael Fitzmaurice, Independent TD Roscommon-Galway, Marie Sherlock, Chief Economist SIPTU, Pat Leahy, Political Editor Irish Times

L Driver Clampdown

Donna Price, Founder, Irish Road Victims Association, Pat McCormack, President, ICMSA

Direct Rule

Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Fein Deputy Leader

Navan Financial Technology Hub

Noel Moran, CEO Prepaid Financial Services

Murdered Woman Found In Wardrobe

Nicola Tallant, Investigations Editor, Sunday World

Project Ireland 2040

Eoghan Murphy, Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, John Moran, Director of the European Investment Bank and Former General Secretary, Department of Finance

Thursday 15th February

Asthma

Dr. Maire Finn, GP in Ennis, Co. Clare

Finders International

Padraic Grennan, Business Development Manager at Finders International

Collapse of Northern Ireland Talks

Ben Lowry, Deputy Editor of the Belfast Newsletter, Daithi McKay, Former Sinn Fein MLA

Zoos - Should we continue to lock up animals for our own entertainment ?

Dr. Juliana Adelman

The Oxfam Scandal

Karl Wilding, National Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Dairy Debate

Zoe Kavanagh, CEO of the National Dairy Council, Sandra Higgins, Psychologist and Director of Go Vegan World Campaign

Florida High School Shooting

James La Porta, Journalist with The Daily Beast

Wednesday 14th February

Visiting A Graveyard On Valentine's Day

Paddy O'Gorman

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