The Last Word
Are you entitled to free water?09/18/14
Paul Melia tells Anton that Irish Water won't seek proof of illness when capping bills.
New Generation of Inventors
Darren Lehane won the €2,500 James Dyson award for his invention – a revolutionary new tube feeding system for patients who cannot ingest food normally.
Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone
Irish Independent journalist Jason O'Brien is just back from a four-day trip to Sierra Leone where he saw the Ebola crisis first-hand.
Couple who spent 16 years sailing around the world
Clive and Jane Green returned to the UK recently, 16 years after they left for a week-long sailing trip to Spain
Muslim scholar calls for greater inclusivity in schools
Dr Ali Selim author of Islam and Education in Ireland has called for radical change in the educational system to accommodate children with Islamic beliefs.
Will Irish Emmigrants Return?
165,000 people have emigrated in the last 5 years but now that the economy is showing signs of recovery, will some of those emigrants have the opportunity to return home?
Irish films aren't intelligent?
John Michael McDonagh, director of 'The Guard'says Irish films are not 'technically accomplished' or 'intelligent'
Why Spider-Man is Irish
Comic book artist Will Sliney tells us that Miguel O'Hara, aka Spider-Man 2099, is from Cork.
'Destiny' is said to be the most successful game franchise launch of all time having recouped its famous $500m development budget within 24 hours.
Ian Paisley RIP
We reflect on the life of Dr Ian Paisley, former Northern Ireland first minister and Democratic Unionist Party leader.
The Friday Panel
Killian Forde and Christine Bohan look back at some of the stories we didn't get to discuss during the week.
Report fails to establish responsibility for GSOC leak
The Garda Siochana Ombudsman Commission says it has been unable to identify who leaked information from the office.
John Boyne drops in to talk about his new book 'History of Lonliness'
Gardening Guru - Mary Reynolds
Mary was a gold medal winner at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2002 for her Celtic Sanctuary Irish wildflower garden.
Worrying scenes as Junior Cert students celebrate
Aishling Scally tells of shocking scenes on the streets of Dublin last night as students celebrated receiving their Junior Cert results.
Teenage cannabis users 60% less likely to finish school
Prof Brendan Kelly and Dr Gareth McGovern discuss the effects of cannabis on young people.
The restoration of one of Ireland's great houses
In 2003 Eddie Walsh and Constance Cassidy took on one of the bravest restoration projects in Irish architecture, Lissadell House. We hear about the ups and downs since.
Rugby legends Phil Kearns, John Smit and Paul Wallace
Legends Phil Kearns, John Smit and Paul Wallace join Matt in Westport after participating in Viviscal CROSS Rugby Legends Charity Cycle.
Kevin Kilbane takes on Westport Sea2Summit
Former Ireland Soccer International Kevin Kilbane talks about the Westport Sea2Summit adventure race which will be held on the 8th of Nov
Scotland's Independence Referendum
Scotland's Independence Referendum takes place on September 18th. We hear from both sides of the campaign.
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