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Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

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Newstalk Breakfast from 7-9am every weekday morning is a fast paced daily news and current affairs talk show which brings you all the news, sport, business and entertainment you need for your day. Presented by Paul Williams and Shane Coleman with Vincent Wall on Business and Alan Quinlan on sport it is opinion led, full of personality and driven by listener interaction.

Newstalk Breakfast from 7-9am every weekday morning is a fast paced daily news and current affairs talk show which brings you all the news, sport, business and entertainment you need for your day. Presented by Paul Williams and Shane Coleman with Vincent Wall on Business and Alan Quinlan on sport it is opinion led, full of personality and driven by listener interaction.
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Newstalk Breakfast from 7-9am every weekday morning is a fast paced daily news and current affairs talk show which brings you all the news, sport, business and entertainment you need for your day. Presented by Paul Williams and Shane Coleman with Vincent Wall on Business and Alan Quinlan on sport it is opinion led, full of personality and driven by listener interaction.

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Episodes

The Kerry hotel that hosted Star Wars

12/14/2017
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits cinemas across the country today. We speak to Butler Arms owner Louise Huggard who hosted the cast and crew during filming.

The Kerry hotel that hosted Star Wars

12/14/2017
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits cinemas across the country today. We speak to Butler Arms owner Louise Huggard who hosted the cast and crew during filming.

Duration: 00:04:39


Has Ireland voted away neutrality by joining PESCO?

12/14/2017
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Sinn Féin's Aengus Ó Snodaigh and Fine Gael's Brian Hayes debate whether Ireland's decision to join PESCO will lead to a European Army and the loss of our neutrality.

Duration: 00:07:31


Henry visits Brexit town of Holland-on-Sea

12/13/2017
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Henry McKean visits Holland-on-Sea in England to ask why the voted in favour of Brexit.

Duration: 00:06:24


Harris launches free GP card for carers

12/13/2017
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Health Minister Simon Harris discusses new plans to give free GP cards to carers. He also discusses the decision of the 8th committee to allow vote on legalise abortion.

Duration: 00:06:57


8th Committee to recommend vote allowing abortion

12/13/2017
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Independent Senator Ronan Mullen and Jan O'Sullivan debate the decision of the 8th Amendment committee to recommend vote allowing abortion up to 12 weeks of pregnancy.

Duration: 00:08:22


Are amateur athletes turning to painkillers to perform?

12/12/2017
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Consultant Clinical psychologist Dr Fiona Weldon discusses if pressure to recover on athletes is causing them to become addicted to painkillers.

Is the Bitcoin bubble about to burst?

12/12/2017
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Professor of International Finance and Commodities at Trinity College Brian Lucey explains why he believes that the growth in Bitcoin is a bubble destined to burst.

Carl Frampton: Trocaire's Christmas appeal

12/11/2017
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World champion boxer Carl Frampton told us about his recent trip to Kenya as part of Trocaire's Christmas appeal.

Duration: 00:05:39


Employers paid to hire older workers

12/11/2017
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Minister for Social protection Regina Doherty explains how employers will be paid a 10,000 euro incentive to hire workers over 50.

Duration: 00:06:20


Deal Done - Simon Coveney on the Brexit border deal

12/8/2017
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Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney and former Times political editor Philip Webster give their reaction to a deal being done on the border post Brexit.

Duration: 00:14:46


Excessive Mark- Ups

12/7/2017
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The excessive mark-ups on products by some high end boutiques has been exposed by The Mail on Sunday. Dermot Jewell and Dr.Steve Davies debate if we need to regulate.

Duration: 00:05:36


Do Irish Driving Tests Need A Reform?

12/7/2017
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The UK have changed their driving tests, do we need to be looking at doing the same? Director Of The Irish School Of Motoring Karl Walsh discusses.

Duration: 00:04:45


Copper Face Jacks find trousers in lost property

12/6/2017
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Henry McKean reports on Copper Face Jacks lost property reaching breaking point.

Duration: 00:06:52


Naughten: Countrywide ban on smoky coal on the way

12/6/2017
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Minister For Environment Denis Naughten discusses his proposal for a nationwide ban on smoky coal.

Duration: 00:07:45


The Right To Die : Tom Curran

12/5/2017
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Tom Curran partner of the late Marie Fleming and right to die campaigner follows on yesterdays "Right To Die discussion".

Duration: 00:06:02


Mary Lou McDonald on Brexit border deal breakdown

12/5/2017
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Deputy Leader of Sinn Fein Mary Lou McDonald discusses Brexit and the on going issues surrounding the border.

Duration: 00:10:11


Banning Coal and Peat

12/5/2017
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Climatologist John Sweeney discusses a newly published climate change report and the banning of coal and peat.

Duration: 00:08:02


The Right To Die

12/4/2017
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Professor Des O' Neill of the school of medicine at Trinity and Dr.Louise Campbell of NUI Galway discuss the ethical issues around assisted suicide.

Duration: 00:07:13


Voices of Jadotville: A day 56 years in the making

12/4/2017
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The State has finally presented medals to the veterans of the Siege of Jadotville. It follows decades of campaigning to have their service recognised.
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