Cormac was joined by Peter Burke, Fine Gael TD, Darragh O'Brien, Fianna Fáil TD, Ruth Coppinger, Solidarity TD, Pearse Doherty, Sinn Fein TD, Frances Byrne, Early Childhood Ireland, David Hall, Irish Mortgage Holders Association, Dr Maitiu O Tuathail, GP and and Beth Doherty, climate activist with Fridays For Future Ireland.
Ahead of Novembers release of a new Leonard Cohen album, Kate Brennan-Harding talks Posthumous albums with Dave! From Amy Winehouse to Eva Cassidy, Kate gives us the best and worst of the Posthumous realm.
In December 2016, Eileen Kenny lost a long battle with cancer. It was not the only battle that Eileen fought in the previous years. Dissatisfied with her treatment, and seeking answers, she had been through a struggle with both her treating doctor and the Irish Medical Council. A struggle that has left her family without closure. (2019)
UK PM Boris Johnson went to Manchester to address his party conference for the first time as leader proposing a new UK alternative to the backstop - the Northern Ireland/Ireland protocol. RTÉ Europe Editor Tony Connelly, London Correspondent Seán Whelan and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin look at the protocol's prognosis.
In a week dominated by Brexit and Storm Lorenzo the leader of the Green Party Eamon Ryan raised a question of bringing back wolves. Aine Lawlor speaks to Michael Eames the son of the former Church of Ireland Archbishop Robin Eames. Aine is also joined by RTÉ’s political staff Mícheál Lehane, Mary Regan and Paul Cunningham.
New 2FM Presenter Donncha O'Callaghan popped in for a chat, 'Like I Do' singer Moncrieff talked about his new music and Comedian Hannah Gadsby told us what to expect from her new show! It's all here in this weeks best bits!
John Hamill is a member of the Reformed Congregationalist Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. He contacted Liveline because he has been refused a licence to be an official wedding celebrant. Some listeners say he's ridiculing their religion.
This week Emma has stepped up to the plate and got herself not one... But TWO dates! Laura's been lying to everyone for the last 2 years and finally spills the tea plus winter is coming- and the girls have the goods!
Marie Crowe and Donncha O Callaghan are joined by Cora Staunton to chat about Aussie Rules, Aidan O Connell talks Cork Hurling, Tomas O Leary gives us the latest in the RWC, Ciara Mageean chats athletics, Matthew O Hanlon and Damian Lawlor discuss Wexford & Galway Hurling and Mark Langdon gives us the latest in European Football
Dr Laura Durcan, Consultant Rheumatologist and Vice President of the Irish Hospital Consultants Association, talks about why there has been a 37% increase in doctors voluntarily withdrawing from the medical register.
On today's show Alex Gibney filmmaker of No Stone Unturned, Luke and Keith talk to Ray about living in Ireland with HIV in 2019, Jenni Bond on Prince Harry suing The Mail on Sunday and Colman Noctor Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist
Environment and Science Correspondent, George Lee, reports on the impending arrival of Storm Lorenzo. Wayney Stanley of Simon Communities of Ireland says day centres will open throughout tomorrow night to ensure there'll be some place for rough sleepers to go.