The Last Word
Graham Dwyer found guilty of Elaine O'Hara's murder03/27/15
Graham Dwyer is facing life behind bars for the murder of Elaine O'Hara, we discuss the trial that gripped the country.
Peter Stringer chats to Matt
Peter Stringer chats to Matt ahead of next weekends Champions Cup quarter final clash between Leinster & Bath.
'Coming Out' to family and friends
We discuss the difficulties young adults can have in coming out and also hear from a parents perspective.
Do we talk too much about suicide?
A new book argues that suicide has become a modern obsession. Matt talks to its two authors about their controversial claim
Henry Shefflin hangs up his hurley. He talks to Matt
The greatest hurler who ever played has announced his retirement. Henry Shefflin talks to Matt about his big decision.
An Eggspensive Time Of Year
Gone are the days when you could get a Buttons egg for half nothing. Today's Easter eggs are monsters - in price and size. Charlie Weston explains
Lorraine Higgins is a victim of online abuse
Labour Senator Lorraine Higgins talks about being on the receiving end of a prolonged campaign of abuse.
A different side of Ryan O'Neal
Matt talks to actor Ryan O'Neal about his long life in movies and losing Farah Fawcett
Should businesses be free not to serve certain people?
The Archbishop of Dublin suggested last week that the consciences of people troubled by any legislation on same sex marriage should be respected. We debate the issue
Gerry Adams and the IRA
Matt talks to Patrick Radden Keeffe, the author of an exhaustive investigation for the New Yorker on Gerry Adams, the IRA Jean McConville, the Price sisters and more
Music And Chat With Julie Feeney
Ahead of her new show The Girl Who Believed In Magic, Julie Feeney popped in for a chat about recording, performing and her place on Steven Spielberg's iPhone.
Jamie Carragher & Paul Ince chat to Matt
Liverpool legends Jamie Carragher and Paul Ince dropped in to studio earlier to chat with Matt.
Updated speed limit guidelines explained
Transport Minister Pascal Donohoe defends new speed limits for rural roads and housing estates against criticism from RoseAnne Brennan, whose son Jake was killed by a car
Tim Cordes is one of the few blind doctors in the US
Dr Tim Cordes is a blind psychiatrist who hasn't let his disability hold him back.
Like to save €400 a year? Of course you would
Householders who stay offline could be losing up to €400 a year, according to new research. We hear how
Vladimir Putin's Number One Enemy
Bill Browder describes himself as Vladimir Putin's Number One enemy.He talks to Matt
Would you pay €9 for a bottle of plonk?
A possible new way of pricing alcohol could mean that the cheapest bottle of wine would be €9. Here's why.
Memories of Tony
Tony Fenton's funeral, a sad occasion for everybody there, was also full of funny stories and happy memories. We remember them here.
The Friday Panel
Kate Shanahan and Kevin Doyle look back at some of the stories we didn't get to during the week.
John Duddy - Former pro boxer turned actor
This week's Friday interview is Derry boxer-turned-actor, John Duddy.
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