19 May 2020
There has never been more interest in US Presidential Elections. Ever since Donal Trump shocked the world and became the 45th President of the United States, the Democrats have been obsessed with getting him out of the White House. As of now their only chance of doing so rests with their nominee, Joe Biden, in the election next November. Columnist, Law Lecturer at NUI Galway and Democrat, Larry Donnelly, assesses the Democrats and Joe Biden’s chances.
12 May 2020
Every day we hear economist speak about economics. They disclose important information that impacts us financially. Do we really understand what they are saying? How bad is this Covid19 economic crash? How will we recover from it? Economist Dan O’Brien explains in simple terms where we are and more importantly where we are going.
24 March 2020
In 2005 the GAA voted to open Croke Park to Rugby and Soccer. It has proven to be a historic and inspired decision. But it was not without controversy and involved a complicated political process within the GAA. Former president of the GAA, Sean Kelly MEP, is regarded as the key driver in opening Croke Park. He joins me to give us the inside story on the process.
09 March 2020
In recent times Ireland has been gripped by the continued escalation of crime and exacerbated by the rates at which recidivism plays a large part in the problem. Currently the Irish Prison System seems to be having little impact on curbing crime. The former Governor of Mountjoy Prison, John Lonergan, joins me to examine the issues. His 50 years of experience delivers some intriguing insights.