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New Westmeath senior football manager Dessie Dolan joins Mikey Stafford, Rory O'Neill and Niall McCoy to talk about his first management gig (not involving a team in his school). The former All-Star forward says it was impossible to say no to his own county and is relishing building on the Tailteann Cup success of this summer.…
 
Ex-Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers and journalist David Sneyd join Raf Diallo to discuss the Ireland squad for the Nations League games, plus a focus on Nathan Collins, Robbie Brady and Michael Obafemi. They also chat about the intriguing U21 squad to face Israel in a crucial play-off, a dramatic weekend of FAI Cup QF action and Arsenal.…
 
We spoke earlier about the likely impact of the British Government’s mini budget, it’s a lot more uncertainty added to the uncertainty that already exists because of Brexit. It seems Brexit is still causing ructions with our own post. Chief Executive of An Post David McRedmond joins us to look at Brexit and a few other issues.…
 
Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to mobilise several hundred thousand reservists has caused panic and unrest amongst the Russian population.Many Russians have taken to the streets, while others are paying extortionate prices to fly out of Moscow.Moscow Correspondent for The Daily Beast Anna Nemtsova joins us to discuss.…
 
Jenni Timoney ran a food company called Doolittles, but it failed in 2008 when the last recession hit. Jenni is back in business, making great strides with her Athleisure wear company Fitpink - and they’re selling online, all around the country and are making inroads into the UK .Jenni joins us to discuss her business journey so far.…
 
Let’s turn to an extraordinary budget in the UK yesterday. The Financial Times called it a mini budget for people on maxi incomes. What impact will it have on the UK economy and perhaps the Irish economy in turn?We’re joined by Economist at BlueBay Asset Management Timothy Ash and Economist John Fitzgerald to discuss.…
 
September 14th marked 75 years since Cavans famous defeat of Kerry in The Polo Grounds in New York. And on September 30th 1928 Bill Squires Gannon, captain of the Kildare team was the first man to lift the Sam Maguire Cup. Eoghan Corry in Kildare, author of a history of Kildare GAA and George Carthwright in Cavan tell us more.…
 
As Jewish communities get set to welcome the New Year, followed by the Day of Atonement, we'll hear from Dublin Rabbi Zalman Lent. Recently ordained Reverend Philip McKinley, explains what triggered his decision, after years of resistance ... and the premiere of a new work by fiddle player and composer Máire Breatnach.…
 
Inniu: Elaine Loughlin (Leas-Eagraí polaitíochta an Irish Examiner), Alan Dukes (Iar-Chathaoirleach Ghluaiseacht na hEorpa in Éirinn, Iar-Aire Airgeadais agus Iar-Cheannaire Fhine Gael), Cormac Ó hAodha (Eagarthóir Feasta), Mícheál Ó hUanacháin (Údar agus iar-Iriseoir le RTÉ), spóirt le Cuán Ó Flatharta agus siamsaíocht le Conall Mac Dhonnagáin.…
 
In episode 1 of the new RTÉ Rugby podcast season, Neil Treacy is joined by Bernard Jackman and Fiona Hayes as we run the microscope over all four Irish provinces for the new campaign. We also scrutinise the upcoming Emerging Ireland tour of South Africa, and ask whether or not it's a good idea.Door RTÉ Sport
 
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