Talking Point with Sarah Carey
Are Amazon's work practices more common than we...08/30/15
Joining Sarah are Paul Hayes of Beach Hut PR, Leslie Shoemaker, a counselling psychologist, and Bill roche, professor of industrial relations at Oxford
Yvonne Connolly's Musical Heirlooms
Yvonne shares her musical heirlooms.
Why do girls perform better in Leaving Cert than boys?
The Talking Point panel as statistics show that girls outperformed boys in 50 of 58 Leaving Cert papers this year
Donald Trump or Bust?
Today's panel discusses Donald Trump and the Republican US Presidential candidates.
Derry Clarke's Musical Heirlooms
Chef Derry Clarke shares his musical heirlooms.
Denis O'Brien and Dáil Privilege
Denis O’Brien is suing the Dail Committee on Procedures and Privileges. Can he win?
Are kids these days really that bad?
We look at how childhood has changed in the past 40 years and what the future looks like for kids today with Jim Sheehan, Carol Hunt, and Harry Browne
Leo Moran's Muscial Herilooms
Leo Moran is the lead guitarist and sometimes vocalist in The Saw Doctors, and these are his musical heirlooms
How can we feed the ever growing planet?
A brief interview with Kaitlin Yarnall, executive editor of National Geographic Magazine, about the 'The Future of Food; how to feed our growing planet' series
The Food Guilt show
Everything we eat is either bad for you or bad for the planet. With Tom Doorly, Barbara Scully, and Marie Murray, we bring you the Food Guild show.
Tony Flannery's Musical Herilooms
Fr. Tony Flannery is a religious writer, and these are his musical heirlooms.
What is the value of art?
Live from the Galway International Arts Festival, our panel discusses the value of art. Featuring a performance from Miriam Donohue.
Mick Dowling's Musical Heirlooms
These are boxing commentator Mick Dowling's musical herilooms.
Brian Cowen and the Banking Inquiry
Daniel McConnell, Deaglán de Bréadún, and Gerry O'Regan on Brian Cowen completing his evidence before the Banking Inquiry this week
When is it time to die?
Gina Menzies theologian and medical ethics lecturer, Dr. Regina McQuillan,Irish Association of Palliative Care. Professor John Crown in St. Vincent’s Hospital
Tom Doorley's Musical Heirlooms
DNA- what does it prove?
Barry Scheck,lawyer and director of the Innocence Project, David Langwallner Dean of Law at Griffith College, Paul Anthony McDermott barrister and law lecturer at UCD.
Is the end of private care in the public interest
Danielle Barron, editor of the Irish Medical News. Kevin Denny, behavioural economist at University College Dublin. Dr Emmet Kerin, a Limerick based GP.
Ariel Wildmans Musical Heirlooms
Ariel is the founder of Spacehack.org. She emailed NASA asking them for a job, and they said yes!
Do fathers need a referendum too?
Sarah is joined by, David Langwallner, Dean of law at Griffith College Dublin. Fergus Ryan, Lecturer in Law in NUI Maynooth and Patricia Casey, Professor of Psychiatry.
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