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The Right Side looks at Irish news and culture from a Conservative perspective. The show is hosted by Gary Kavanagh and James Bradshaw. We upload Monday, Wednesday, and Sunday, all at 12pm GMT.

The Right Side looks at Irish news and culture from a Conservative perspective. The show is hosted by Gary Kavanagh and James Bradshaw. We upload Monday, Wednesday, and Sunday, all at 12pm GMT.
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The Right Side looks at Irish news and culture from a Conservative perspective. The show is hosted by Gary Kavanagh and James Bradshaw. We upload Monday, Wednesday, and Sunday, all at 12pm GMT.

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English


Episodes

14.08.19 - Jerry Epstein, sex trafficker and pedophile to the stars, is dead.

8/14/2019
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We're back from holiday and back online. We discuss: - Greta Thunberg brings her children's crusade to the ocean. - Niall Collins is sorry you felt that way about his comments about Jews. - Epstein dead, rich and powerful relieved. - IBEC wants to reform the Leaving Cert

Duration:00:32:46

Interview - Ida Milne

7/22/2019
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Michael interviews Ida Milne who, as the most awkward introduction in Right Side history tells us, is both a woman and a historian. Ida is an expert on Irish protestant identity and the social history of disease, particularly the 1918-19 influenza pandemic. They discuss her life, her work, and what she sees as the future of the Protestant identity within Ireland.

Duration:01:29:53

110 - Sunday Review 21.07.19 - Martin will be king of the wreckage

7/21/2019
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We discuss: - The last insurance company primarily focusing on with outdoor events and activities pulls out of Ireland - Eoghan Murphy and boutique hotel rooms. - B&A poll shows FF at 30%, ahead of FG on 26%

Duration:00:57:22

Low Culture - The Moon Landing has moved from a triumph for mankind to deeply problematic

7/19/2019
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We discuss the Apollo 11 moon landing, which has its anniversary tomorrow. Recent coverage has talked about the mission as being too male, too white, and has highlight the fact the Soviet Union got a woman into space before America, thus winning the real space race - the race for equality.

Duration:00:30:02

108 - The head of Planned Parenthood has been terminated in the 3rd trimester

7/17/2019
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Gary discusses: - News that the head of Planned Parenthood has been removed by the board over 'philosophical differences'. - A Fintan O'Toole article which claims the 2004 referendum was a disgrace to democracy. Leana Wen's statement on her termination - https://twitter.com/DrLeanaWen/status/1151233772181999616

Duration:00:22:08

107 - You don't deserve anything you don't earn

7/15/2019
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Michael and Gary discuss the idea that men and women should be paid the same wages if they play the same sport.

Duration:00:40:42

106 - Scoring the last Cabinet

7/14/2019
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We discuss: - news an Irish man, who has lived in America for a decade and has a wife and child in America, is set to be deported. - We look at the end of term reports for the Government. 13:45 start.

Duration:01:39:48

Low Culture - What We Do in the Shadows

7/12/2019
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Michael and Gary review What We Do in the Shadows, a critically acclaimed 2014 New Zealand mockumentary about vampiric roommates that has recently been redone as a TV series.

Duration:00:22:36

105 - Devolution dies to thunderous applause

7/10/2019
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We discuss: - The Government has now accepted the likelihood of a hard Brexit, but why has it taken so long for reality to set in? - Westminster declares the North will have gay marriage and abortion; is this the return of direct rule? - Jeffrey Epstein is arrested for sex trafficking in America

Duration:00:41:28

104 - Is religion the root of free societies?

7/8/2019
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Michael sits down with Father Chris Hayden discuss Marcello Pera's book Why we should call ourselves Christians: The Religious Roots of Free Societies.

Duration:01:18:27

103 - 2+2=5

7/7/2019
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Due to technical issues, in a week of wide ranging technical issues, this Sunday's episode was destroyed, but we were able to salvage one single part of the show, which Gary has demanded we release. They were talking about the Rally for Life, held yesterday, and the differences between the estimates of attendance by the Guards and the Worker's Solidarity Party.

Duration:00:01:15

102 - Trees, Trees, Trees

7/5/2019
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We discuss: - the collapse of a rape trial after a 5 year wait. - 'Outrage' over the name of a building - Young Irish women the most depressed in Europe, according to young Irish women. - New research on the 'mind-blowing' potential of planting trees to fight climate change.

Duration:00:37:43

102 - Antifa beat up a journalist, remain total losers.

7/1/2019
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We discuss: - The reaction to the video of members of Antifa beating Andy Ngo, a Quillette editor and WSJ contributor. Mr Ngo is currently in hospital after suffering a brain haemorrhage. We discuss the short path from milkshakes to bricks. - Marianne Williamson is running to become the Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential election. She also believes we should encase Syria in a Golden egg.

Duration:01:21:33

101 - Sunday Review 30.06.19

6/30/2019
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We discuss: - Catherine Noone and banning sex offenders from dating and taxi apps. - Leo claims there's no public interest in releasing Maria Bailey report. - Journalists to Trump, 'We are the people'. - Fine Gael's issues in Waterford. - RTE facing new funding issues. - Claims that ending the first time buying grant would derail the housing market. - 99,000 tons of South American beef under a new deal with EU.

Duration:01:40:42

Low Culture - John Wick 3 - In which John Wick becomes Harry Potter

6/28/2019
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We review John Wick Chapter 3.

Duration:00:21:23

101 - An older boy told me to spend the money

6/26/2019
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- San Francisco becomes the first US city to ban e-cigarettes. We look at the research and ask if the pushback against e-cigs is hurting more people than it helps. - A court ruling that a woman in the UK should be forced to have an abortion, against her will, has been overturned by the Court of Appeals. - Eir says it could implement the National Broadband Plan for €1 billion. They're not going to, but they want you to know they could if they wanted to. - Fine Gael's promised tax breaks may...

Duration:01:07:08

100 - Balance is not Symmetry

6/24/2019
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We discuss - Israel Falou, crowdfunding, and the politicisation of financial pillars such as Visa and Mastercard. - A Sean Moncrieff article saying men don't do enough work around the house. We look at the research into how men and women spend their time. - An unashamed puff piece on Simon Harris by Donal Lynch in the Irish Independent.

Duration:00:28:36

99 - Sunday Review - 23.06.19

6/23/2019
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- A British court has ruled a mentally disabled woman should be forced to have an abortion, against the wishes of her and her family. - Boris Johnson gets a housecall from the police. - The race to lead the Tory Party and the end of Brexit. - Minimum Alcohol Pricing to be brought in, does the Government's claim it worked in Scotland stand up? The short answer is no.

Duration:01:25:29

98 - Speak Power to Truth

6/19/2019
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We discuss: - News that a religious brother is being investigated by Gardai for comments he made about homosexuals, adulterers, and fornicators. - Our initial views on the Government's new climate change document.

Duration:00:22:50

97 - Sunday Review - 16.06.19

6/16/2019
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- New political polling is out showing FF 5% above FG. We ask how far FG are willing to go to win over the Green vote, and if they'd turn on farmers to get it. 2 - Jo Brand, throwing acid on politicians, and civility in politics.

Duration:01:26:25