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Morning Ireland is the flagship news and current affairs radio programme of the Irish national broadcaster, RTÉ. For the latest news and best analysis, tune into Morning Ireland on RTÉ Radio One every weekday morning.

Morning Ireland is the flagship news and current affairs radio programme of the Irish national broadcaster, RTÉ. For the latest news and best analysis, tune into Morning Ireland on RTÉ Radio One every weekday morning.
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Location:

Dublin 4, Ireland

Networks:

RTE Ireland

Description:

Morning Ireland is the flagship news and current affairs radio programme of the Irish national broadcaster, RTÉ. For the latest news and best analysis, tune into Morning Ireland on RTÉ Radio One every weekday morning.

Language:

English

Contact:

RTÉ Radio 1 Donnybrook, Dublin 4 353 (0) 1 208 3111


Episodes

8:35am Sport News

12/6/2019
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Presented by Des Cahill

Duration:00:07:27

Cabinet to consider public road use for self-driving

12/6/2019
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Conor Faughnan, Director of Consumer Affairs for AA Ireland, discusses a proposal to allow public roads in Ireland be used to test self-driving cars.

Duration:00:03:35

Ministers travel to Trim for special cabinet meeting

12/6/2019
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Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, discusses a report on remote working commissioned as part of Future Jobs Ireland.

Duration:00:08:02

Full Programme Podcast: Friday, 6th December 2019

12/6/2019
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Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Bryan Dobson.

Duration:01:31:26

8:30am Business News

12/6/2019
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Presented by Adam Maguire

Duration:00:01:09

One in four children on waiting lists for longer than a year

12/6/2019
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Stephen Donnelly, Fianna Fáil's Health Spokesperson, discusses HSE figures which reveal over 200,000 children are on waiting lists for health services across the country.

Duration:00:06:31

Further protest at beef prices as Lidl centre blockaded

12/6/2019
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Damian O'Reilly, Lecturer in Retail Management at the Technological University in Dublin, discusses the impact of blockades at distribution centres.

Duration:00:04:58

Brain-damaged man in prison a 'social policy failure'

12/6/2019
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Fíona Ní Chinnéide, Executive Director of the Irish Penal Reform Trust, discusses yesterday's case of a jailed brain-damaged homeless man which the High Court President described as a staggering and truly awful situation.

Duration:00:05:45

8am Bulletin

12/6/2019
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Presented by Carla O'Brien

Duration:00:05:13

Weather Forecast

12/6/2019
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Presented by Joanna Donnelly of Met Éireann

Duration:00:02:51

7:35am Sport News

12/6/2019
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Presented by Des Cahill

Duration:00:05:45

7:55am Business News

12/6/2019
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Presented by Adam Maguire

Duration:00:03:53

7:30am Business News

12/6/2019
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Presented by Adam Maguire

Duration:00:02:05

8:10am It Says In The Papers

12/6/2019
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Presented by Fiona Kelly

Duration:00:03:47

Sex abuse survivors call for access to State redress

12/6/2019
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Conor O'Mahoney, Director of the Child Law Clinic at UCC, discusses the delay in a financial redress scheme for sexual abuse survivors in the 1960s and 1970s.

Duration:00:08:24

More than 200,000 children on health waiting lists

12/6/2019
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Mary Regan reports on new figures which reveal almost 215,000 children are on waiting lists for health services across the country.

Duration:00:07:09

Farmers plan further blockade over beef prices

12/6/2019
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Fran McNulty, Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent, discusses today's planned blockage by farmers in County Cork.

Duration:00:03:40

Case of brain-damaged homeless man in jail 'staggering'

12/6/2019
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Mary Carolan, Courts Correspondent with the Irish Times, reports on the case of a brain-damaged man who's being kept in prison in an "awful" situation.

Duration:00:07:50

7:10am It Says In The Papers

12/6/2019
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Presented by Fiona Kelly

Duration:00:03:11

Bingo organisers to pay out 75% of winnings after vote

12/5/2019
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Martin Kenny, Sinn Féin TD, tells us about a Dáil vote which will allow large bingo competitions pay out up to 75% of their takings in prize money.

Duration:00:04:21