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Newstalk Breakfast giving you the first bite at news, sport, business, tech and entertainment. Every weekday morning from 7am - 9am.
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Dublin, Ireland

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Newstalk Breakfast giving you the first bite at news, sport, business, tech and entertainment. Every weekday morning from 7am - 9am.

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@BreakfastNT

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English

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Newstalk HQ Marconi House Digges Lane Dublin 2 1890 453106


Episodes

€200 unlimited blow dries: Is the Irish boom back?

1/19/2018
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Henry McKean reports on new blow dry bars & Porshes.

Duration: 00:07:00


Martin on why he'll vote to repeal the 8th amendment

1/19/2018
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Fianna Fáil Leader Mícheál Martin explains why he will be voting to repeal the Eighth Amendment.

Duration: 00:12:44


New tout tackling system on the way at Ticketmaster

1/18/2018
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Ticketmaster Executive Vice President and Head of Music David Marcus speaks to Jess Kelly about their new system aimed at tackling ticket touts.

Duration: 00:07:39


Does the TV licence need to be overhauled?

1/18/2018
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Senator Catherine Noone tells us why she believes the TV licence system needs to be overhauled.

Duration: 00:06:37


Joe Joyce - the man who broke the Kerry babies story

1/18/2018
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Joe Joyce, the journalist who broke the Kerry Babies story back in the 80s speaks to Shane to give his take on the new garda review into the case.

Duration: 00:05:59


Should shops be forced to drop plastic packaging?

1/17/2018
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With some retailers in the UK announcing they will stop putting plastic on good, Friends of the Earth's Cara Augustenborg tells us why Ireland should follow suit.

Duration: 00:05:45


Sinn Féin's Tóibín to vote against repealing the 8th

1/17/2018
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Sinn Féin TD Peadar Tóibín tells us why he is not supporting his party's call to repeal the 8th amendment.

Duration: 00:08:04


Should cooking be compulsory in school?

1/17/2018
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Chef and founder of Ballymaloe Cookery School founder Darina Allen discusses whether cooking should be compulsory in school.

Duration: 00:07:58


Stuart Clark & Larry Bass remember Dolores O'Riordan

1/16/2018
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Hot Press deputy editor Stuart Clark and Shinawil CEO Larry Bass pay tribute to the late Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan.

Duration: 00:13:40


Changes on the way on your Facebook Timeline

1/15/2018
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Newstalk Tech Correspondent Jess Kelly outlines the changes Facebook are making to their Timeline.

Duration: 00:04:41


Jarlath Regan on organ donation and his new show

1/12/2018
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Comedian Jarlath Regan speaks to Shane about donating a kidney to his brother which has inspired his new stand up show 'Organ Freeman.'

Duration: 00:07:52


Niall Moyna on the Wellbeing of the Nation

1/11/2018
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DCU's Professor Niall Moyna joins us to discuss the CSO's "Wellbeing of the Nation 2017" report.

Duration: 00:06:12


Dog Fouling is Not Fine in Cork

1/11/2018
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With only four fines since 1997, why can't dog fouling laws be enforced?

Duration: 00:04:54


What are children watching on Youtube?

1/11/2018
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How children’s TV went from Blue Peter to Youtube’s wild west. The lack of regulation on youtube content is exposing children to a range of unsuitable material.

Duration: 00:06:11


Driverless Cars at CES 2018

1/10/2018
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Tech expert Jess Kelly is at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to get the latest on driverless cars.

Duration: 00:06:25


Min. Regina Doherty on Public Services Card

1/10/2018
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Min. Regina Doherty on Public Services Card

Duration: 00:08:07


Austin Stack: Information withheld on Fathers killing

1/10/2018
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Austin Stack has claimed "significant information" has not been passed to a Garda team investigating the killing of his Father, Brian Stack.

Duration: 00:05:16


Clontarf Sea Wall Reduction

1/9/2018
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Dublin City Councillors have agreed to shave up to 30cm off the height of the seafront wall in a bid to appease residents who don't want their sea views compromised.

Duration: 00:04:12


Kingsmill victim's brother: "3 months is a holiday"

1/9/2018
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Colin Worton, whose brother Kenneth was killed in the Kingsmill massacre gives us his reaction to Sinn Fein suspending MP Barry McElduff.

Duration: 00:06:58


A Car Free Galway City?

1/8/2018
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The ‘Galway City Centre Transport Management Plan’ aims to make the city centre a more pedestrian-friendly place.

Duration: 00:05:10

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