What you missed:US Gun Law and an alternative to Tinder08/28/14
Some of the highlights from this morning's show: US gun laws, the Lisdoonvarna dating festival, and do we have enough trades people?
Papers: Is Elvis Irish? and €2.7 million umbrellas
Chris and Ivan bring you this mornings stories, including: is Elvis Irish? The €2.7m Temple Bar Umbrellas and the giant panda that pretended to be pregnant.
What you missed: Postcodes, CSO stats and Sin City
Some highlights from this morning's Breakfast : Postcodes, insights into latest CSO figures and unmissable movies
Papers:Ghosts wanted in Cork, wage rises & coroners pay
Chris and Ivan discuss this mornings stories, including: fancy a job as a ghost? How much do the states coroners get payed? and what 1990's dating show is coming back?
What you missed: Créche Inspections, e-cigs & the Emmys
This mornings main stories: Only one créche inspector for 21,000 children, Who won big at the Emmys? and how harmful are e-cigs?
Papers: One Direction for OAPs and a Giant Granny
Chris and Ivan bring you through the mornings stories including, could One Direction be the key to OAP's health? Tributes to Albert Reynolds and a 25' granny in Limerick
What you missed: Richard Attenborough & 50" waistlines
This morning main stories: The passing of Richard Attenborough, school uniform suppliers stocking 50 inch waistlines and a possible teachers strike.
Papers: 50" waistlines and a possible USC tax relief
Chris and Ivan bring you through the morning's main stories including a possible USC cut and school uniform suppliers stocking 50" waistlines.
What you missed: Ebola, Parking, Rail Strikes & Quotes
Catch up with the stories from Newstalk Breakfast this morning including an update on suspected Ebola case in Donegal, town parking charges & the UK's ISIS threat.
"One is too many." The tragedy of farm deaths
This morning on Newstalk Breakfast we spoke to Eugene Hogan about the issue of farm accidents, having recently lost his brother in such an accident.
What you missed: Rail strike, dental costs & car smokes
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.
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