The Sunday Show
The Sunday Show Political Awards07/20/14
With the Dail term finishing on Thursday, Shane and guests decide what politicians deserve to be acknowledged for their good work.
Cultural Toolbox - Raging Bull
Shane Coleman and John Fardy discuss this weeks cultural toolbox, Raging Bull
Shane and guests look at NAMA and what it has done since being set up in 2011. Has it been a success?
Cultural Toolbox - Fawlty Towers
John Fardy joins Tara Duggan for this weeks cultural toolbox, one of Tara's favorites - Fawlty Towers.
Should the older generation bare more of the strain?
Tara is joined by guests to duscuss the announcment in the Dail this week that extension of free GP care to all over seventies is going ahead.
Would subsidised childcare benefit society?
Roisin O’Hara TV Presenter & Mother of four, Marian Quinn from The Association of Childhood Professionals and Ciairín de Buis, Director of Start Strong
Cultural Toolbox: Purple Rain
John Fardy discusses Purple Rain on this week's Cultural Toolbox
What gadgets have changed your life?
Stephen O'Leary Media Analyst with Olytico and Jessica Kelly of Newstalk discuss
Trainspotting - Cultural Toolbox
John Fardy argues why Danny Boyle's Trainspotting deserves to be in the Cultural Toolbox.
Where to now for the Government?
Terry Prone, Mark Mortell and Gerard Howlin discuss what the priority for the government should be now.
Cultural Toolbox: The Office
On this week's cultural toolbox with John Fardy is The Office
A Staycation In Ireland
Eoghan Corry of Travel Extra and Julianne Mooney join Shane Coleman to discuss where to go in Ireland this Summer
Cultural Toolbox: Van Morrison's Moondance
John Fardy's Cultural Toolbox
What goes on behind closed doors in a cabinet reshuffle
Former Ministers Pat Carey and Barry Desmond and Irish Times Political Editor Harry McGee join Shane to discuss
Funding the Arts: Are we getting value for money?
Musician Steve Wall, Columnist with the Irish Independent Ian O’Doherty and Andrew Hetherington Co-Founder of Fund It
Is it time for a programme of expansion?
Shane Coleman and panel discuss whether or not it is the right time for a programme for expansion.
What is the cultural impact of the world cup?
Shance Coleman is joined by a host of guests to discuss the cultural impact of the World Cup.
Cultural Toolbox - Empire Strikes Back
Shane Coleman and John Fardy discuss the phenomenon that is The Empire Strikes Back on this week's cultural toolbox.
The Cultural Toolbox - Porridge
This week John Fardy and Shane discuss the 1970's classic Porridge.
Should we worry about another property boom?
Shane Coleman is joined by Karl Deeter of the Irish Mortgage Brokers and Frank McDonald of the Irish Times to discuss the possibility of another property boom.
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