What you missed: Rail strike, dental costs & car smokes08/20/14
Catch up with the stories from Newstalk Breakfast this morning including a debate on the coming rail strike; the costs of dental care; the effect of car smoking and films
Papers: Judicial jaws and scents of the sexes
Shane and Chris take you through the big stories from the papers today including a snappy French judge and the smells and sights that men and women like the most.
Welcoming home the girls in green
Henry McKean went out to Dublin airport last night to join the crowds welcoming home Ireland's womens' rugby world cup team and reported back to Newstalk Breakfast.
What you missed: Abortion issue; rents and history slot
This morning on the Breakfast show, Chris and Shane looked at the latest abortion controversy; rising rental prices; a T-rex skeleton and Hidden Histories.
Abortion Case: "She's young and seems so fragile"
Irish Times journalist Kitty Holland on meeting the young woman involved in the latest abortion controversy.
Papers: Frank makes bank and the Ignore No More app
Chris and Shane bring you through this morning's papers with stories including how 'Frank' is making big money at the US box office and a special new app for mammies.
Nusayba Halawa fears for brothers life in Egyptian cell
The sister of Irish teenager Ibrahim Halawa, who has been held without charge in an Egyptian prison for a year, tells Breakfast about the abuse he is being subjected to.
Dr. Mary Favier on the latest abortion controversy
Protection of Life during pregnancy act has sparked renewed controversy after a woman was refused a termination at the weekend. Dr. Mary Favier of doctors for choice.
Bishop Kevin Doran on latest abortion controversy
The Protection of Life during pregnancy act has sparked renewed controversy after a woman was refused a termination at the weekend. Bishop of Elphin Kevin Doran responds
Quotes of the Week: Viva Las Palmas
Caroline Dalton brings you all the best quotes from Newstalk this week.
What's the craic at the Fleadh Cheoil in Sligo?
Newstalk's Andrea Gilligan has been to Sligo to sample the atmosphere of the 2014 Fleadh Cheoil and this morning she joined Newstalk Breakfast to report back.
What you missed: Charlie Flanagan; Jobpath and music
This morning on Newstalk Breakfast we spoke to Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan; discussed Jobpath and switching services to save money, as well as the music slot.
A mother's last hope in battle with Multiple Sclerosis
Newstalk Breakfast spoke to Celine Walsh, a mother who has been battling MS since 2001 and is now hoping to fund experimental stem cell treatment abroad.
Papers: James Blunt on hold and dog poo announcements
Chris and Shane Coleman reviewed this morning's newspapers on the Breakfast show, including stories about James Blunt's hold music and co. Clare's warning to dog walkers.
Summer Fitness with Karl Henry
Personal trainer Karl Henry joins us in studio and attempts to get us in shape. This week he highlights the benefits of measuring your core. All your questions answered
What you missed: Leaving Cert, rail strikes and Gaza
Catch up on the biggest stories from Newstalk Breakfast including Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe on rail strikes, Leaving Cert results,report from Gaza and movies.
Papers: Missing kitty mystery and giving up the fry
This morning Chris and Shane Coleman went through the latest stories inside the papers including where missing Florida cats went & Irish people ditching the hotel fry-up.
What you missed: Robin Williams, Fleeing Iraq and Wages
Catch up on the biggest stories from Newstalk Breakfast including the latest on the untimely death of Robin Williams, a desperate flee from Iraq & emmigrating doctors.
Are feral cats taking over?
Newstalk's Henry McKean spoke to Newstalk Breakfast this morning about the 200,000 stray and feral cats across the country and how we can control them.
Papers: Remembering Robin Williams and Chris' big run
This morning on Newstalk Breakfast, Chris and Ivan bring you the latest stories inside the papers, from the death of Robin Williams to Chris' big run in Ethiopia.
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