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    Friday 27th March

    The Gathering

    Michael Clifford, Special Correspondent, Examiner, Katie Hannon, RTE Current Affairs, Eoin Ronayne, General Secretary CPSU, Jim Power, Economist

    Romantic Fiction

    Authors, Cathy Kelly and Susan Lanigan

    The Battle for Number 10

    Michael Crick, Channel 4, Noel Whelan, Political Commentator

    Good Friday Ban on Alcohol

    Christy Burke, Dublin Lord Mayor

    Airbus A320 Crash

    Professor Robert Bor, Psychologist and Former Pilot, Derek Scally, Irish Times

    Thursday 26th March

    John McColgan - Photographic Exhibition

    John McColgan

    FF Reaction to Irish Times Poll

    Niall Collins, Fianna Fail TD, Mary Hanafin, Former Minister and now Fianna Fail Cllr.

    Challenges Facing the Media

    Fergal Keane, BBC Foreign Correspondent

    Saudi Arabia Air Attack

    Professor Fawez Gerges, London School of Economics

    Health Care Jargon

    Inez Bailey, Director, National Adult Literacy Agency, Dr. Michael Wolf, Professor of Medicine and Learning Sciences, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA

    IPSOS/MRBI Political Poll

    Gerard Howlin, Public Affairs Consultant

    Airbus A320 Crash

    John Lichfield, London Independent, Ted Murphy, Ex Pilot

    Wednesday 25th March


    Jill Shaw Ruddock, Author of 'The Second Half Of Your Life', Aisling Grimley, Founder of

    Intimacy in Marriage

    Enda Murphy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, Dr. Harry Barry, GP

    The Comeback Kid - Lance Armstrong

    Ian O'Riordan, Sports Writer, Irish Times, Stephen Roche, Tour de France Winner

    Airbus A320 Crash in the French Alps

    Grainne McCarthy, Wall Street Journal

    Diageo Step Down from Stop Out Of Control Drinking Campaign

    David Smith, Country Director at Diageo Ireland

    Tuesday 24th March

    Get Ireland Walking

    Paddy O'Gorman on a Wexford Walk

    Crash Update - John Lichfield

    John Litchfield, London Independent

    Book: The Village Effect: Why Face to Face Contact Matters

    Susan Pinker, Author

    School Enrolment Policies

    Brian Whiteside, Humanist Association of Ireland, Pat Goff, Irish Primary Principals Network

    Plane Crash in French Alps

    Mary Fitzgerald, Journalist and Analyst

    Psychology of Successful Political Leaders

    Ian Robertson, Professor Psychology Trinity College Dublin

    Ghost Estates Rescue

    Valerie Cox in Carrickmacross and Sean Rooney, Developer

    Association of Catholic Priests on Marriage Equality Referendum

    Fr. Brendan Hoban, Association of Catholic Priests

    Angelina Jolie

    Janice Walshe, Consultant Oncologist, St. Vincent's Hospital, Dublin

    Irish Water

    Ruth Coppinger, Socialist Party, Tony, Foley, Senior Economics Lecturer DCU

    Monday 23rd March

    Broadband in Rural Ireland

    Brian O'Connell report and live in studio Minister Alex White, Minister for Communications, Energy and National Resources

    Medical Graduates leaving Ireland

    Dr, Chris Luke, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, University and Mercy Hospitals, Cork


    Fidelma Fitzpatrick, Senior Lecturer in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Consultant Microbiologist in Beaumont Hospital, Nuala O'Connor, Practising GP in Cork, Representing ICGP's Lead Adviser on Antibiotic Resistance

    The Growth of the Far Right in France

    John Litchfield, The Independent

    Irish Water

    Paul Melia, Environment Correspondent, Irish Times, Richard Boyd Barrett, Dun Laoghaire TD, People Before Profit

    Friday 20th March

    So You've Been Publicly Shamed - Jon Ronson

    Author Jon Ronson joined Sean to discuss new book So You've Been Publicly Shamed, and how we are all at risk on social media.

    The Gathering

    Graham Finlay, Lecturer from the School of Politics and Internatonal Relations, UCD, Noeline Blackwell, Director General of Free Legal Advice Centres (FLAC), Brenda Power, Journalist and Broadcaster, Michael Collins, Senior Research Officer at the Nevin Economic Research Institue (NERI)

    Detective Superintendent Jim Browne Retires

    Jim Browne

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