Eamon is joined by by Niall Stanage of The Hill newspaper to discuss the latest from Washington as Donald Trump is irritated by James Comey, Mike Pompeu makes a breakthrough in North Korea, and how Emmanuel Macron might have the right approach when it comes to the US President.
Eamon is joined by Liam Brady and John Giles to discuss Man City winning the Premier League, the job Pep Guardiola has done, and the problems and issues at the rest of the top six clubs. There's discussion of Paul Pogba, Harry Kane, Antonio Conte and much more, as well as a quick look ahead to the Champions League semi-finals
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has appeared before the US congress to answer questions about Facebook, privacy issues, Cambridge Analytica and more, while Donald Trump has been using Twitter to threaten Syria with missile strikes. Niall Stanage joins Eamon from Washington for the latest on both those stories.
Rory McIlroy missed a great chance to win the Masters last weekend, losing out to the hugely unpopular Patrick Reed. Eamon is joined by Gary Murphy to talk about Reed's character and why he's so disliked, as well as McIlroy's performance on the final day, potential caddy issues and lots more.
Man City face Liverpool in the Champions League tonight, looking to overturn the 3-0 deficit from the first leg. Eamon is joined by John Giles and Didi Hamann to discuss the possibility of that happening, the importance of mentality on big European nights, the players who might make the difference and more.
Mick Clifford of the Irish Examiner joins Eamon to talk discuss the ongoing situation surrounding an alleged data breach at Independent News & Media (INM)which is currently being investigated byThe Data Protection Commissioner. What are the implications for the group, and for the so-called INM 19 who were the apparent focus of that breach?
Liam Brady and John Giles join Eamon to discuss the week's Champions League action, especially Liverpool's 3-0 win over Man City on Wednesday night. Eamon gets to say 'I told you so' over City's defending, John isn't having that, and Liam believes the absence of Sergio Aguero was a big factor. Plus Ronaldo's amazing goal, and more.
In this episode, Eamon is joined by singer and songwriter Christy Dignam to talk about his life and career, from the big hits with Aslan, to getting fired by the band; his battle with drugs and cancer, surviving abuse, finding happiness, and what he's learned along the way.
In this episode property developer and builder, Michael O'Flynn, tells Eamon why he feels there's no good news on the housing front, the measures that could be taken to benefit consumers, dealing with NAMA, worries about a lack of people in the building trade, and lots more.
Donald Trump has gone on the offensive, responding to perceived attacks from Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, and former vice-President Joe Biden. Niall Stanage joins Eamon to discuss that, Steve Bannon's role in the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook scandal, and all the White House latest.
Eamon is joined by Liam Brady to discuss Jose Mourinho's increasingly erratic behaviour at Man Utd. His press conference antics and public castigation of Luke Shaw reinforce Liam's belief that he's the wrong man for the job. There's also a look at Alexis Sanchez's struggles since moving to Manchester, the Champions League quarter-final draw and more.
Another week, more madness in the White House as Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, got fired by Twitter. Niall Stanage of The Hill joins Eamon to discuss that, the replacements, and the increasingly erratic behaviour of Donald Trump.
Eamon is joined by former Irish rugby international Gordon D'Arcy who talks about his career, the lessons he learned along the way, dressing room dynamics, the importance of character, concerns of injuries in the game, and lots more.
Eamon is joined by Niall Stanage from Washington, and in studio by economist Jim Power, to discuss Donald Trump's trade war, the effect it may have on the American and world economy, and the ongoing saga involving porn star Stormy Daniels.
Eamon is joined by Didi Hamann and John Giles to discuss the Carabao Cup final and the now apparently inevitable end to Arsene Wenger's reign at Arsenal. They also chat Liverpool, Chelsea, the Champions League and John takes Eamon to task over his dismissal of Man City's defending.