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Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte joined Sean in studio ahead of the Labour Party Conference in Enfield in County Meath this weekend.
The flooding along the banks of the River Shannon has affected up to one thousand farmers whose lands are now under water. Valerie Cox has been to the Athlone area to see the situation and she joined Sean in studio.
The Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry currently taking place in Northern Ireland has been hearing harrowing evidence from the former residents over the past week. John McCourt who was a resident of Termonbacca Boys’ institution joined Sean to recount the testimonies of those giving evidence
Reporter Brian O'Connell spent time yesterday with residents of Brídhaven Nursing Home in Mallow, County Cork, and talked to them about life, love, romance and Valentines's Day.
The Scene is Verona, the people two star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliette, it is the tragic love story that defines true love. Sean spoke to Giovanna Tomassia Secretary of the Juliette School.
As the weather battered most of the country, particularly in the south west of the country, storm clouds continue to gather around the Garda Ombudsman bugging controversy. And the air isn’t much clearer for the 13,000 mortgage holders that Irish Nationwide are to sell off to IBRC.
To discuss this, Sean was joined by Fionnan Sheahan, political editor of the Irish Independent; Noeline Blackwell of the Free Legal Advice Centre and by Brian Hayes, Minister of State for Public Service Reform and the Office of Public Works
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Presenter: Sean O'Rourke