This week, the World Wide Web invented by British physicist Tim Berners-Lee as ‘a reflection of humanity – the good, the bad and the ugly’ turns 30. Karlin Lillington, technology journalist from The Irish Times talked about how it has shaped our lives in that period of time.
This morning’s panel included Donal Donovan, Former deputy director of the IMF, Niamh Lyons Political Editor, The Times Ireland Edition, Alison Morris, Security Correspondent and columnist with The Irish News, Bobby McDonagh, former Irish Ambassador to the UK, EU & Italy and Declan Power, Security Analyst.
The latest figures from the CSO show that the number of overseas visitors to Ireland grew by over 11% in January this year. Travel Editor Pol O'Conghaile has plenty of suggestions for those who wish to stay at home rather than travel overseas.
Author, journalist and Derry woman Susan McKay spoke about stories from Northern Ireland in recent weeks such as the return of Channel 4’s comedy ‘Derry Girls’ to comments made by Northern Ireland Secretary of State Karen Bradley in relation to security force killings.
Seamus Coffey, Chair of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council & Lecturer of Economics at UCC, Jennifer Kavanagh, Law Lecturer Waterford Institute of Technology, Eoghan O'Neachtain, Director of Heneghan PR & former Government Press Secretary, Sinead O'Carroll, News Editor at the journal.ie and Dr Ian Malcolm, Lecturer and Unionist Commentator.
One of this country’s most successful and versatile writers, Roddy Doyle is back with a new book called Charlie Savage where he explores themes like the ageing process and gender fluidity. Roddy spke with Marian about the book, writing, TV and Irish expressions.
Today's panel included Ellen O'Malley Dunlop Chairperson of the National Women's Council of Ireland, Fergus Finlay former CEO of Barnardos, Irene Sands Barrister, Larry Donnelly Law Lecturer NUI Galway, Eoin Fahy Chief Economist, KBI Global Investors.