Eamon is joined by Niall Stanage of the The Hill newspaper in Washington for the latest from the Robert Mueller probe into Russia interference in the election, the reaction to the mass shooting in Florida, and more.
Following their brilliant 1-0 victory over Man City in the FA Cup on Monday night, Eamon has a quick chat with Wigan manager Paul Cook about the game, their approach, his influence on Seamus Coleman's career and more.
Eamon is joined by Conor Brady, former editor of the Irish Times, to discuss a lifetime working in newspapers and what the future holds for the industry. He also discusses the role of the Gardai in Irish society, and more
Liam Brady, John Giles and Eamon have a robust debate as they agree to disagree on a number of Premier League issues, including Guardiola, Pogba and Klopp, as well as who'll finish in the top four – the gloves come off!
Eamon is joined by John Giles to discuss the end of the transfer window, the first signs of Arsene Wenger's power at Arsenal being diluted, Paul Pogba's below par performance against Spurs, and John disagrees with Eamon over the performance of Pep at Man City.
As Donald Trump prepares to make his state of the union speech, Eamon and Niall Stanage of The Hill newspaper in Washington 'celebrate' the first year of his presidency, compare him to previous presidents, discuss the Russia probe, the work he's done, and much more.
Eamon is joined by John Giles and Didi Hamann to discuss Liverpool's defeat to Swansea, the Alexis Sanchez move from Arsenal to Man Utd and the Gunners interest in Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and the two guests disagree with Eamon's opinion of Pep Guardiola and his Man City team.
What is going on at Real Madrid this season? Currently 19 points behind Barcelona, and lying 4th in the table, with Zinedine Zidane under real pressure, and Cristiano Ronaldo suffering his worst season ever for goalscoring, things are a mess. Eamon is joined by Spanish based sports writer Richard Fitzpatrick to discuss.
In this two part edition, Eamon is joined by Mick Clifford of the Irish Examiner to hear the latest from the Charleton Tribunal, and then, from Washington, Niall Stange of The Hill reports on what has been a difficult week for Steve Bannon.
Alice Leahy is Director of Services at the Alice Leahy Trust - a non-judgemental, befriending, social and health service for people who are homeless. She tells Eamon about her life in that service, how and why things are worse than ever, and what needs to be done about it.