The Last Word
John Delaney apologises for singing IRA song11/25/14
FAI boss John Delaney has apologised for any offence he caused by singing a republican song in a bar after Ireland’s win last week. Should he have been secretly recorded?
Former rugby player Tony Ward on his battle with cancer
Tony Ward had to overcome many challenges on the pitch. But nothing prepared him for the prostate cancer that turned his life upside down.
We caught up with Johnny Sexton after Ireland's Test match victory over Australia.
Sinkhole appears in Kerry housing estate
We hear about the large sinkhole which appeared in the middle of a housing estate in Castleisland town.
Michael O'Keefe on hospital waiting lists
Prof Michael O'Keefe on how he would tackle the problem, of hospital waiting lists.
This week's Friday interview is former Clare All Ireland winning captain and former Clare and Dublin manager, Anthony Daly.
The Friday Panel
Susan Daly and Kevin Doyle look back at some of the stories we didn't get to during the week.
Irish international Fergus McFadden has missed recent November tests due to injury. Earlier he dropped into studio to chat with Matt.
Community activist pays addicts debts
Derek Russell has spent over €14,000 paying off the drug debts of local people after they were threatened by dealers.
Why Childline needs your support
We speak to Kate who relied on Childline services as a child.
The Government announces the new water charges
We hear from Minister for Communications Alex White, Socialist TD Paul Murphy and Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan
The Gender Spender Divide
Why do women pay more than men in supermarkets for apparently identical products? Charlie Weston discusses the 'pink tax'?
Helen Taylor needs a double lung transplant.
Thirty-eight year old Helen needs a double lung transplant. Her mother Frances appeals for more people to become organ donors.
Mary Lou says TDs have no confidence in Ceann Comhairle
Sinn Féin Deputy Leader says its TDs, and others have no confidence in the Dáil's Ceann Comhairle Sean Barrett.
Did Oscar Pistorius mean to do it?
Author John Carlin had unprecedented access to Oscar Pistorius himself, and to his family and friends. What does he think? Did Pistorius mean to do it?
Former Mayo footballer Conor Mortimer talks about his new book 'One Sunday - a day in the life of the Mayo football team’
Are water protests getting out of hand?
We discuss the fall out from water protests over the weekend.
Jazz legend Charles Lloyd
Jazz legend Charles Lloyd dropped in to studio earlier.
Former Scottish manager Craig Brown
Ahead of tonight's game, we speak to Craig Brown, the last manager to lead Scotland to a major international tournament.
Frank Flannery is this week's Friday interview
This weeks Friday interview is political consultant and Fine Gael's former Director of Organisations and Strategy Frank Flannery.
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