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Ep 193: Mick Clifford, The Disclosures Tribunal, and Varadkar's comments

Eamon is joined by Mick Clifford of the Irish Examiner to discuss the Disclosures Tribunal, the media's role in it, and the comments made about journalism by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in New York.

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Ep 192: World Cup - Is it coming home?

Eamon is joined by John Giles to discuss England's penalty shoot-out win over Colombia, as well as the rest of the quarter-final matches. Is football coming home, as the hype around England grows?

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Ep 191: World Cup special

Eamon is joined by Didi Hamann, Liam Brady and John Giles to discuss the goings on at the World Cup in Russia. Kylian Mbappe impresses for France. Are Neymar's antics too much of a distraction for Brazil? And what will happen when England face a good team? All this and much more.

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Ep 190: Niall Stanage

Eamon is joined by Niall Stanage, associate editor of The Hill newspaper to discuss the latest from Washington, the Trump presidency, right-wing influence in Europe, and more.

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Ep 189: World Cup knock-out rounds confirmed

Eamon, John Giles and Liam Brady look forward to knock-out stages of the World Cup now that the fixtures are 100% confirmed. John is still backing Brazil while Liam thinks Croatia are this tournament's dark horses.

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Ep 188: World Cup round-up -  June 27th

Eamon is joined by Didi Hamann and John Giles to discuss the latest from the World Cup in Russia. The group stages are nearly over, and the line-ups for the knock-out rounds are almost complete. On the menu, VAR and its implementation, England's optimism, Messi helps drag Argentina through, Brazil as favourites, France unimpressive, and lots more.

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Ep 187: The Cervical Cancer Debacle

Eamon is joined by the health correspondent of the Sunday Business Post, to discuss the ongoing cervical cancer debacle. What caused it? Have the measures the government and HSE taken been effective? And are the promises made by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister for Health Simon Harris being kept?

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Ep 186: World Cup round-up

John Giles joins Eamon in studio to discuss the first week of the World Cup, the best games and goals, misplaced English optimism and much more.

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Ep 185: Disclosures Tribunal nears the end

Eamon is joined by Mick Clifford of the Irish Examiner to discuss the closing stages of the Disclosures Tribunal. Bar any last minute additions all the evidence has been heard, and Mick provides his estimate of when the report might be made public.

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Ep 184: Gary Hutch killer convicted

Eamon is joined by Investigations Editor of the Sunday World, Nicola Tallant, to discuss the conviction in Spain of James Quinn for the murder of Gary Hutch. Plus the recent Bray shooting, Pete Taylor's connection to it, and more.

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Ep 183: World Cup Special

Eamon is joined by Didi Hamann and John Giles to discuss the weekend's World Cup action, including Spain, Portugal, Brazil and Neymar, Germany's defeat to Mexico and more – before Eamon makes a bold prediction about England as they prepare to face Tunisia on Monday night.

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