Ep 108: Trump on a roll

The latest from Washington with Niall Stanage. Up for discussion Donald Trump's decision to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the ongoing Michael Flynn investigation, and the president's backing of Roy Moore in Alabama

Ep 107: Katy French – Death and drugs, then and now

Its 10 years since model Katy French fell victim to cocaine and the Celtic Tiger party. Eamon is joined by Investigations Editor with the Sunday World, Nicola Tallant, to discuss what a grip the drug had on society back then, how it has made millions for the drug gangs, and where we are today as the deadly feud between the Hutch & Kinahan continues.

Ep 106: Joe Brolly uncut

Eamon is joined by Joe Brolly to talk about growing up in Derry, the GAA and its role in the community, commercialism, politics, and much more

Ep 105: Frances Fitzgerald on the brink

Eamon is joined by the Irish Examiner's Mick Clifford to discuss the ongoing crisis in justice that may bring down the government

Ep 104: Stick or twist with Martin O'Neill?

John Giles and Liam Brady join Eamon to talk about Irish football and the future of Martin O'Neill. Is it time for a change, or stay with more of the same? There's also Premier League discussion, and the possibility of an English winner of the Champions League this season.

Ep 103: Father Peter McVerry on his despair at the government's approach to the housing crisis

Eamon is joined by Father Peter McVerry to talk about his tireless crusade for the homeless of Ireland and his growing despair at the government's response.

Ep 102: Life inside the White House press room

Eamon is joined in studio by Niall Stanage, White House reporter for The Hill newspaper in Washington DC. On the agenda, Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton, Republicans, Democrats and lots more.

Ep 101: Are we going to Russia?

Eamon is joined by Liam Brady and John Giles to discuss the 0-0 draw with Denmark on Saturday night, the second leg at the Aviva on Tuesday, and to assess the chances of qualification for the World Cup in Russia next summer.

 

Ep 100: The battle for the soul of An Garda Síochána

Good cop, bad cop. Eamon is joined by Mick Clifford of the Irish Examiner to discuss the two sides of An Garda Síochána.

Ep 98: All the President's Men Face Criminal Charges

The Hill's Niall Stanage joins Eamon to give the latest from the White House press room.

Ep 97: Didi Hamann on Bayern Munich's Situation & the Problems at Liverpool

Eamon is joined by Didi Hamann to to chat about the latest developments at Bayern Munich and Liverpool.

Ep 96: David Hall, CEO of Irish Mortgage Holders, on Ireland's Delinquent Bankers

David Hall is a campaigner, CEO of the Irish Mortage Holders Association and founder of New Beginnings, which set out to guide people through the economic crisis. He joins Eamon to dissect the origins of tracker mortgages and how Shane Ross, once poacher of Ireland's delinquent bankers has become the least vocal.

Ep 95: Colm Tóibín on the Crisis in Catalonia

Colm Tóibín first went to Barcelona in 1975 as a 20-year-old (two months before the death of General Franco). He stayed for three years, working as a teacher and returned many times over the years, writing about his love affair with the region in his book Homage to Barcelona. In this episode, he joins Eamon to give an insight into the current situation in the region.

Ep 94: Liverpool and Manchester United's Disappointing Stalemate

Eamon is joined by John Giles and Liam Brady to discuss the latest Premier League games.

Ep 93: Donald Trump - How to Lose Friends & Make More Enemies

The Hill's White House reporter, Niall Stanage, reports on the ever darkening mood in Washington.

Ep 92: Clare Daly - A Radical View of Ireland

As independent socialist TD for North Dublin, Clare Daly has been one of the most effective members of the Irish government in recent times. She joins Eamon to talk about her life in politics and view on contemporary Ireland.

Ep 91: Lessons from Moldova, a Lifeline from Scotland and Everything to Play for in Cardiff

John Giles, Liam Brady and Eamon review Ireland's win against Moldova and preview the Ireland vs. Wales match.