Pat Kenny Show
Dr Mary Toomey on the Sri Lanka Tsunami Children Fund12/15/14
Dr. Mary Toomey joined Pat in studio to discuss her work with the Sri Lanka Tsunami Children Fund.
Luke Ming Flanagan on having the lowest voting record
MEP Luke "Ming" Flanagan joined Pat on the line to discuss his voting record in the European Parliament.
Relieving the discomfort of Tinnitus
Shane was joined in studio by the Clinical Director of MuteButton and audiologist Caroline Hamilton. Caroline explained how the device works.
"A snowman caused my house to go on fire"
Shane Coleman this morning spoke with Hillary Russell whose house went on fire due to an electrical Christmas decoration.
The opportunities that arise from Erasmus Plus
Shane was joined in studio by a panel to discuss the opportunities that arise from taking an extended erasumus break.
How did the CIA treat terrorist detainees after 9/11?
Senior Lecturer, of Politics, International Relations and Human Rights with Kingston University, Dr Sam Raphael joined Shane on the line to discuss a report on this issue
"The city centre cannot be hijacked"
Ray O'Connell, MD of Carrolls gift stores joined Shane in studio to discuss the impact the water protests had on the businesses of Dublin city centre.
Santa returns to Clerys
Reporter Liam Geraghty went along to Clerys in Dublin to speak with Santa, who has made his return to the department store.
Not meat, no fish, no dairy - so what do vegans eat?
Aine Carlin joined Shane in studio this morning to discuss her new book "Keep It Vegan".
Is it time for anti-water charge protesters to pay up?
Right 2 Water protesters will march in the capital tomorrow to demonstrate their opposition to the introduction of water charges. Paul Murphy joined Pat to discuss.
Peter McVerry on reducing the numbers sleeping rough
Father Peter McVerry joined Pat in studio to discuss two restorative practice reports and processes for reducing the numbers of homeless people.
The life and jokes of the one and only Billy Connolly
Billy Connolly is regularly considered the greatest living comedian. John Fardy now takes us through the life and jokes of the one and only Billy Connolly
Susan Boyle's journey from X Factor to album number six
Susan Boyle joined Pat on the line to discuss her sixth studio album which is called "Hope".
"Inside Bungalow Three": Kicking, slapping and shouting
A Prime Time programme, produced by RTE's Investigations Unit will tonight reveal the abuse some residents suffered at the hands of a number of staff.
A guide to health insurance
Dermot Goode joined Pat Kenny in studio to discuss the various health insurance plans on offer and gave advice to some listeners.
Ructions, rows and relationship breakdowns
Bernadette Ryan joined Pat in studio to talk about managing relationships at Christmas and gave some advice to listeners too
Are publicans closing the door on the 12 pubs?
Reporter Aisling Moore set out this weekend to speak with publicans and punters about the 12 pubs of Christmas.
Palin on Python: Michael Palin speaks with Pat Kenny
Monty Python star Michael Palin joined Pat in studio to discuss his new book "Travelling to Work: Diaries 1988-98".
The story of Monty Python
John Fardy tells the story of one of the most exciting comedy groups in living memory - Monty Python.
"The most traumatic thing was the wait" -Brendan Porter
Pat spoke to Brendan Porter, the son of a Donegal woman who died last year after waiting fifty minutes for an ambulance.
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