The Sunday Show
Is the Rose of Tralee a guilty pleasure for you?
Bernice Harrison of the Irish Times and Mic Wright of the Anorak discuss.
What will be the big jobs of the future?
The CAO release their first round offers tomorrow and for those going to college it will likely be a very different jobs market in the future than the one that exists now
Will Scotland vote for Independence?
Scotland goes to the polls in one month to decide its political future. Why are they voting now and what way will it go?
The Sunday Papers
Listen Back: Shane Coleman, Una Mullally and Deaglan De Breadun review the Sunday Papers - women's rugby, cliff richard, allergies and Gerry Adams Irish lessons
Will we learn from our past economic mistakes?
Cormac Lucey Economics Commentator with The Sunday Times and Dan O’Brien Columnist with the Irish Independent discuss...
Can we afford to go green?
Frank McDonald Environment Editor with the Irish Times and Geoff Hamilton Policy Officer with the Irish Cattle and Sheepfarmers' Assocation discuss...
John Fardy's Cultural Toolbox: The Simpsons
The hit animated sitcom The Simpsons is the subject of this week's cultural toolbox
What if World War I had never happened?
Historians Eunan O'Halpin , Tim Pat Coogan and Brian Hanley discuss...
John Fardy's Cultural Toolbox: Braveheart
This week John Fardy discusses the 1995 epic Braveheart
Is the Civil Service fit for purpose?
Gerard Howlin Public Affairs Consultant and Former Government Advisor and Eddie Molloy Management Consultant discuss
How can we fix our health service?
Stephen Kinsella Economist University of Limerick Terence Cosgrave Health journalist Cormac Lucey Economics Commentator with The Sunday Times Dr.Donal O’Shea
John Fardy's Cultural Toolbox: The Police
Johm discusses Synchronicity the hit album by the Police
Are the Irish public biased against Israel?
Columnist Eamon Delaney and People Before Profit Councillor Hugh Lewis
The Sunday Show Political Awards
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
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