The Last Word
Should we pay for water?10/23/14
We debate the issue with Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan and Rights2Water campaigner Brendan Ogle.
Sinn Féin TD defends Gerry Adams' credibility
Irish Times columnist Fintan O'Toole and Sinn Féin TD Peadar Tóibín have a robust discussion of Gerry Adam's reputation in light of Mairia Cahill's sex abuse allegations
Sports Psychologist Michael Gervais
Michael Gervais is a high performance psychologist who works closely with sports people.
Mark Pollock discusses spinal surgery breakthrough
Irish disability campaigner Mark Pollock on pioneering surgery which has enabled a paralysed Bulgarian man to walk
Mary Black opens up about life on the road
As her new autobiography is released, Mary Black reminisces on her thirty-year singing career and explains her decision to stop touring.
Cecelia Ahern talks about her boundless success
One of the most popular authors in the country, Cecelia Ahern, has just published her 11th novel, The Year I Met You.
Sierra Leone National Football coach Johnny McKinstry
Johnny McKinstry was Sierra Leone's National Football team until September this year, the youngest active Head Coach in international football
Tommy Bowe on a 'frustrating' couple of years
Ulster and Ireland rugby star Tommy Bowe talks about his return from injury and upcoming European fixtures.
Gerald Scarfe interview
Gerald Scarfe is an English cartoonist and illustrator. He has worked as editorial cartoonist for The Sunday Times and illustrator for The New Yorker.
Ninja Turtle movie sparks animal welfare concerns
Animal welfare group ARAN is urging people not to buy turtles as pets after watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Edward Snowden's Lawyer
Ben is a privacy advocate & advisor to Edward Snowden. He has worked on many cases including 9/11 civil liberties abuses, challenges to extraordinary rendition & torture.
Brendan Howlin on Budget 2015
The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform talks about water charges, teacher numbers and social housing.
Michael Noonan on his 'end of austerity' budget
Budget 2015 included welfare increases, tax cuts and public sector recruitment. Finance Minister Michael Noonan talks to Matt.
Jonathan Powell - Talking to Terrorists
Jonathan Powell was the Chief British negotiator on Northern Ireland until 2007. He believes Governments proclaim they will never “negotiate with evil" but always will.
Travellers not registered to pay water charges
According to the Irish Daily Mail "nomadic Travellers are not being registered to pay the water charge - even though they are legally liable to pay it".
Friday interview: Ivan Yates
Ivan Yates talks to Matt about his money troubles, gambling habits, his political career and his relationship with Michael Lowry.
Five ways to improve your well-being
This Friday is World Mental Health Day. Matt was joined by two people who shared their experience of schizophrenia and bipolar disease. He
Will Ebola reach Ireland?
Ebola Expert Derek Gatherer and Dr Graham Fry of the Tropical Medical Bureau talk to Matt
Former minister says Irish Water has 'abjectly failed'
Former junior environme minister says Irish Water is arrogant and uncaring. Mr O'Dowd helped establish Irish Water during his the department.
Borrowers will need 20% deposit to get mortgage
The Central Bank outlined today new rules it is planning to put in place. It will insist that banks only give out mortgages where the buyers have a deposit of 20%.
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