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On The Record covers the main stories in the Sunday Newspaper Review, looks ahead at the week to come, plus goes back in time to learn lessons for the future with Hidden Histories. Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
 
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Next weekend marks the twentieth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, an event that transformed our world.It’s a day of many human stories, of heartbreak and heroism - and in Keshcarrigan, Leitrim, a memorial commemorates one of the most remarkable lives lost that day.Fr. Mychal Judge made his name in NYC during the AIDS epidemic, a…
 
Today, the 19th of September, is the birthday of a deeply important institution - Saint Patrick’s Hospital, a Mental Health facility with a surprisingly long history, and a somewhat surprising founder. Dr Jonathan Swift, Dean of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral and the inventor of Modern Satire, provided the funding which allowed the institution to come i…
 
After the upcoming German elections next week - Angela Merkel will step down from politics after 16 years in power. So who will be standing in the election, what are the main battleground issues and who will ultimately win? Derek Scally Irish Times Berlin correspondent and author of "The Best Catholics in the World"Listen and subscribe to On The Re…
 
There's overwhelming public support for the decision by President Michael D Higgins to turn down an invitation to a ceremony marking the partition of Ireland, according to a new poll - but what does the Ulster Unionist Party have to say on the issue? That was the question that Gavan Reilly put to Ulster Unionist Party Leader Doug Beattie during 'On…
 
Tanya Ward Children's Rights Alliance Chief Executive and Gary Murphy Professor of politics at DCU joined Gavan to run through the main stories from this morning's Sunday papers. Together they discussedThe ever developing President Michael D Higgins storyThe return of the DáilCovid in Schools Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly …
 
Gavan was joined by Paul Reid, CEO of Health Service Executive.Together they discuss the continued success of Ireland's vaccination programme, preparing for the winter months, as well as the recent Sláintecare resignations.Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. Download, listen, and …
 
John Lee, Executive Editor of the Daily Mail Group Ireland & Sheila Reilly, Head of Editorial Development with the Irish Examiner joined Gavan to run through the main stories from this morning's Sunday papers.Together they discuss the latest Business Post/Red C poll, the special Fianna Fail party meeting taking place in Cavan this weekend, as well …
 
The Rolling Stones' Croke Park performance was already the stuff of legend before the recent passing of drummer Charlie Watts.But while tens of thousands of us attended that one, there are fewer people who can lay claim to having been there in 1965, when the Stones toured Ireland twice, playing Belfast, Cork, and Dublin.Then in the ascent, their fa…
 
James Lawless, Fianna Fail TD for Kildare North, member of the Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs joined Gavan Reilly to discuss the government's Housing for All plan, Simon Coveney's forthcoming appearance before an Oireachtas Committee for Foreign Affairs and Defence, the government's approach to cyber security, and the ongoing controversy s…
 
Gavan was joined by John Moran, former Secretary-General of the Department of Finance and Former Chairman of the Land development Agency to discuss the government's Housing for All plan.Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. Download, listen, and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You ca…
 
Fergus Finlay, former CEO of Barnardos and Columnist with the Irish Examiner & Christina Finn, Political Correspondent at thejournal.ie joined Gavan to run through the main stories from this morning's Sunday papers.Together they discuss the government's €20bn housing plan, the ongoing controversy regarding the planned appointment of Katherine Zappo…
 
Eoin Ó Broin TD, Sinn Féin's spokesperson on Housing, joined Gavan Reilly to discuss his new book 'Defects: Living with the Legacy of the Celtic Tiger'.Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. Download, listen, and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on …
 
While we might know the two finalists to this year's GAA All Ireland Men's Senior Football Final, the outcome is still very much up in the air.But that may not be the case if the Mayo Curse of 1951 is anything to go by.So where do these myths come from, and what might they be able to tell us about ourselves?Donal Fallon joins Gavan Reilly for anoth…
 
Hugh O'Connell, political correspondent with the Irish Independent & Dr. Ilona Duffy, Monaghan-based GP and medical director for the North East Doctor on Call service joined Gavan to run through the main stories from this morning's Sunday papers.Together they discuss the shutting down of NPHET in mid-October, bigger crowds being permitted to attend…
 
This week, the world has watched the events in Afghanistan in horror. The Irish government has announced that the country will accept around 200 refugees from the war-torn country.However, Ireland’s historical relationship with refugees fleeing war is complex.It's defined by the acceptance of relatively small numbers, given our own size and histori…
 
NUI Galway Law Lecturer, Larry Donnelly and Irish Examiner's Deputy Political Editor, Elaine Loughlin joined Gavan to review the Sunday newspapers. Together they discuss the Irish governmen't plans to combat covid, Tony Blair's controversial comments about the US army and Biden's response to the evacuation crisis of the newly Taliban-governed Afgha…
 
Gavan was joined by the HSE's lead for testing and tracing, Niamh O'Beirne.Together they discussed the increasing reports of fully vaccinated people contracting COVID-19, and whether outdoor events are responsible for the country's high infection rates.Niamh also explained what could be expected from children, as schools plan for their reopening in…
 
Dr Gabriel Scally President of Epidemiology & Public Health, Royal Society of Medicine in the UK joined Sean Defoe to discuss the covid situation in the UK, why Northern Ireland is lagging behind in terms of the success rate of the vaccine rollout and addresses some of the concerns some people who might still be hesitant coming forward to get their…
 
On 15 August 1947, India achieved its independence from the United Kingdom, and remarkably, just one year later, the country was part of Éamon de Valera’s unprecedented worldwide speaking tour against partition. Having just lost political power at home, de Valera embarked on a tour that brought him through the United States, Australia, New Zealand,…
 
Assistant News Editor with TheJournal.ie, Aoife Barry & Colm O’Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty International Ireland joined Sean Defoe to review the Sunday newspapers and together they discuss the escalating housing crisis, the debate surrounding live events, China's influence over the World Health Organisation, and the Taliban's advance thro…
 
More than 2,000 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Ireland yesterday - the first time we’ve gone above 2,000 since January 21st and as of midnight yesterday, 229 people were in hospital with Covid and 37 in ICU.But, these figures come as the vaccination programme continues to speed ahead with 80% of the adult population fully vaccinated.Joinin…
 
It’s been a great week for Irish boxing on the world stage, thanks to Kellie Harrington, while at home, an 8,000 capacity crowd watched Michael Conlon defeat former super-bantamweight world champion TJ Doheny at Belfast’s Falls Park. The sport has produced unusual international success for Ireland and done much to advance peace on the island of Ire…
 
A milestone report from the United Nations is due to be released tomorrow, Monday, August 9th, warning a 1.5-degree rise in the Earth’s temperature will be reached 10 years earlier than expected.The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change findings are expected to be damning and are being described by experts as a wake-up call for governments acro…
 
Kevin Doyle, Group Head of News at Mediahuis Ireland & Grainne Ni Aodha, journalist with TheJournal.ie review the Sunday newspapers with Sean Defoe and together discuss Kellie Harrington's historic Olympic win, the ongoing Merrion Hotel event controversy, and discuss whether or not this year's Electic Picnic should go ahead.Listen and subscribe to …
 
This morning at 6am, Kellie Harrington entered the ring with Beatriz Ferreira - 15 minutes later she left as an Olympic champion.An incredible fight saw her become just the third Irish boxer to win Olympic gold - joining an exclusive club with Michael Carruth and Katie Taylor.Former Olympic boxer Mick Dowling joined Sean Defoe to discuss Kellie Har…
 
Gavan was joined by David Kenny Expert in Constitutional matters as Associate Professor of Law at Trinity College Dublin & Senator Sean Kyne, Seanad Whip & Spokesperson on Public Expenditure & Reform & Gaeltacht to discuss whether legislation receives enough scrutiny and attention prior to being signed off by the President.Listen and subscribe to O…
 
Lise Hand, food critic with the Sunday Times & Jon Ihle, Deputy Business Editor at Irish Independent review the Sunday newspapers and discuss the ongoing vaccination programme, the opening of walk-in centers, and the ongoing controversy regarding the Katherine Zappone special envoy appointment.Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly…
 
Today, August 1st is the anniversary of music television.Not the first time music was heard on television but MTV.Launching in the United States on 1 August 1981, and coming to Europe six year later, on 1 August 1987, at a time when an Irish band was arguably the biggest in the world.The station launched Irish media careers - and even brought the M…
 
Gavan was joined by Damien McCallion, the HSEs National Director and Lead for the Vaccination Programme to discuss walk-in vaccine uptake, quick turnaround for 2nd dose appointments, and when the 12-15 years old might be able to register for their vaccine.Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, an…
 
Gino Kenny, People Before Profit TD for Dublin Mid-West and James Lawless, Fianna Fáil TD for Kildare North and Chair of Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice joined Gavan this afternoon to discuss the Dying with Dignity Bill. The Bill has been on the Dáil agenda for the past five years. It was first introduced to the Dáil in 2015 by John Halligan …
 
Sinead O'Carroll, Editor of the Journal.ie and Gerard Howlin, Public Affairs Consultant & Sunday Times Columnist joined Gavan to review this Sunday's newspapers.On The Record with Gavan ReillyListen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. Download, listen, and subscribe on the Newstalk App. …
 
Today is one of the most important musical anniversaries in twentieth-century history, and it’s not the birthday of any famous singer. Rather, it is the day - 25th July - on which Bob Dylan controversially first went ‘electric’. At the Newport Folk Festival, some were horrified by the folk singers' turn in 1965. A few months later he visited Irelan…
 
Joe Dolan, Conor Cruise O’Brien and the Springboks all have one thing in common - they’re all part of the story of Ireland’s strange history with Apartheid South Africa.Today is Nelson Mandela’s Birthday - and while many will recall the famous Dunnes Stores strike - the story of the Anti-Apartheid movement in Ireland did not begin or end there.Nels…
 
Niamh O'Beirne the HSE’s National Lead for Testing and Tracing joined Gavan on the show this afternoon to discuss the covid situation in Ireland at the moment.Over the last couple of days this week there have been an alarming number of covid cases even though the impact has not yet been fully felt on our hospitals.On Friday alone, there were almost…
 
Irish Examiner Deputy Political Editor Elaine Loughlin and Political Correspondent with the Irish Independent Hugh O'Connell joined Gavan to review this Sunday's newspapers.On The Record with Gavan ReillyListen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. Download, listen, and subscribe on the Ne…
 
“They would have every right to walk off - it must have been very frightening for them.”These are the words of one of Ireland’s international footballers, when Italy came to play us in Dalymount Park in 1985. Tonight, of course, all eyes are on the Azzurri.The event could have been Ireland’s Hillsborough, as tens of thousands of fans - many without…
 
George Parker Political Correspondent with The Financial Times joins Gavan this morning to discuss the UK's Reopening.There was some doubt this week raised by opposition parties in Britain if July 19th the revised date was the way to go. Parker thinks it is a gamble that Johnson's government is taking and that the whole world is watching to see if …
 
A compromise seems to be brewing amongst NPHET at the moment about allowing unvaccinated children under the age of 18 to be accompanied indoors into restaurants as long as there is a vaccinated parent with them. This is contra to what NPHET had announced before from a vaccination management point of view, where the advice was that only vaccinated p…
 
Journalist with the Journal.ie Gráinne Ní Aodha and Author and special correspondent with the Irish Examiner Mick Clifford joined Gavan to review this Sunday's newspapers.On The Record with Gavan ReillyListen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. Download, listen, and subscribe on the News…
 
Mary Lou McDonald, Sinn Fein party leader and TD for Dublin Central, joined Gavan on the show today. Gavan asked her about the delay to the reopening and what she would do differently if her party was in power.As well as that Gavan asked her about the new DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson, and his stance on the Northern Ireland protocol.On The Record wi…
 
There’s been a lot of debate this week around what pubs can and can’t do, where they can and can’t serve, and (for indoors at least) who they can and can’t offer service to.But debates around the conduct of Irish pubs are nothing new as was seen on the 7th July 1905, when the British House of Commons debated what was formally entitled 'The Drunkenn…
 
Head of Editorial Development Irish Examiner Sheila Reilly, and law lecturer in NUIG Larry Donnelly joined Gavan to review this Sunday's newspapers.On The Record with Gavan ReillyListen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also li…
 
There's been lots of concern around the Delta variant of Covid-19 this week. In particular, the pressure it could put on ICU beds if it spreads as NPHET's modelling predicts.HSE CEO Paul Reid joined Gavan to the pressure the system would face, and the need to delay reopening.They also discussed the vaccination rollout, which has taken on another le…
 
Joining Gavan to discuss the fallout from the resignation of former UK Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, the handling of the Delta Variant in the UK, and the way forward for the Northern Ireland protocol is Philip Webster, Former Political Editor of The Times.Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, …
 
This weekend, of course, marked Pride; a time not only to reflect on society now but also on how far we’ve come.And in the history of the criminalisation of homosexuality, one Irish name leaps forward - that of Oscar Wilde.But even before Wilde, an Irish MP was embroiled in a deep scandal that shocked Westminster, even fleeing the country to escape…
 
Joining Gavan to run through the main stories from the Sunday papers was Dearbhail McDonald, author, and broadcaster & Eoin O’Malley, from the School of Law and Government in DCUTogether they discuss the new Garda probe into the Sophie Toscan du Plantier case, the Dublin Bay South by-election, the national maternity hospital, and vaccine rollout wi…
 
Joining Gavan to run through the main stories from the Sunday papers was Aoife Moore, Political Correspondent for The Irish Examiner, and Fergus Finlay Former Senior Political advisor and CEO of Barnardos and now a columnist with The Irish Examiner and also a member of the HSE Board.Together they discuss the housing crisis reaching Celtic Tiger lev…
 
Tánaiste and Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar addressed his party at their Ard Fheis this weekend.In his online speech, he mentioned the housing crisis, announced that Ireland needs to build 40,000 homes a year to solve it.As well as that, he said he wants the health service to retain the additional staff and funding it was provided with as a result o…
 
‘Ireland’s Alcatraz’ or Spike Island, off the coast of Cork, has had a storied history with many thousands of people coming to spend time in one of the toughest prisons this country has ever had.But while most of us might connect the prison to the IRA, its story begins much earlier, centuries earlier in fact, and was used as a prison facility right…
 
Although he's now perhaps best known for providing the vehicle that allowed Marty McFly to travel back in time in Back to the Future, John DeLorean was once the biggest name in the world of car development.Gavan Reilly was joined by Donal Fallon for another episode of Hidden Histories to discuss his success, and how it all went wrong.On The Record …
 
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