The Last Word
The Friday Panel04/24/15
Una Mullally and Kevin Doyle look back at some of the stories we didn't get to during the week.
Should cannabis be legalised?
We hear from the newly appointed Minister for drugs strategy, Aodhan O'Riordan.
Robin Rinaldi's open marriage experiment
Robin Rinaldi author of The Wild Oats Project, spoke to Matt about engaging in an open marriage after 17 years in a monogamous relationship with her husband.
Judge criticised for Karen Buckley comments
A judge in the UK has being criticised for suggesting that drunk women put themselves in vulnerable positions.
Countdown to the health insurance deadline
After April 30, people over age 34 who take out private health insurance for the first time will pay an extra charge. Hugh Linehan gets expert advice on the best cover.
The Kylie Jenner challenge and other risky beauty fads
Risking health for beauty - Hugh Linehan talks to co-founder of beauty app Pucker about the daft things we do to beautify ourselves, including the latest big lip craze.
Broadband still lagging behind in rural Ireland
Despite government promises, many rural communities still have no broadband access. We hear from those who can't get online, and Minister Alex White's plans to fix it.
'Yes' voters discuss the behaviour of 'Yes' campaigners
Skin and hair flies when two well-known newspaper columnists who will both vote 'Yes' in the gay marriage referendum disagree over how the campaign is being conducted!
How I Survived Hitlers Breeding Camp
We meet Kari Rosvall who was born in 1944 in Norway as part of a Nazi breeding programme designed by Heinrich Himmler.
We meet Jack Reynor and Gerard Barrett of 'Glassland'
For this weeks Friday interview we talk to Jack Reynor and Gerard Barrett about their new film Grassland.
The Friday Panel
Aingeala Flannery and Mick Clifford look back at some of the stories we didn't get to during the week.
We meet Alan Rickman
We meet one of the most distinctive voices in the movie industry, Alan Rickman.
What's making Irish parents paranoid?
We speak to psychotherapist Stella O'Malley who says parenting has become hysterical and neurotic.
Thousands Of Children Are Going Hungry Every Day
Twenty per cent of children here are going to school or bed hungry, according to new statistics.
The Engima of Steve Jobs
Matt talks to the authors of a new book on Apple's Steve Jobs
Jockey Tony McCoy speaks about his imminent retirement
The 19-time champion jockey will retire on April 25 at Sandown. McCoy says he won't become a trainer because he's "not prepared to make the kind of sacrifices necessary".
72% of pedestrians say motorists break red lights
It appears motorists and pedestrians are not the best of friends. The AA's Conor Faughnan and Ciaran Cuffe of the Green Party debate pedestrian road safety.
Good News For Teeth Grinders Everywhere
An astonishing number of people grin their teeth. Now Irish scientists might be able to help
Have reports of Eamon Lillis' release been overthetop?
Journalists waited outside prison for Eamonn Lillis to be released, then followed him to the airport and later to Southampton. Was this too much?
We meet Leinster head coach, Matt O'Connor
We speak to Matt O'Connor ahead of Leinster's European Cup semi final against Toulon next weekend.
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