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Newstalk Breakfast brings you all the news you need to set you up for the day – from politics, business, sport, entertainment and everything in between. Shane Coleman and Ciara Kelly have all the stories that matter, every weekday from 7-9AM. Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or 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'.
 
Series celebrating the best in home-grown radio drama, from some of Ireland's finest radio producers. Listen and subscribe to Drama on Newstalk 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'.
 
Ask The Experts with Iain Grant is an opportunity for you to talk directly to the movers and shakers. You will get inside information and knowledge that you can't get anywhere else. It's a great way for you to get free advice from everything from plumbing to legal. Make sure to be listening and plan out your questions in advance. Join Iain Saturdays at 5pm and you could save thousands in free advice from some of the countries most successful professionals.
 
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A Newstalk Breakfast survey reveals 45% of female politicians have been followed whilst walking alone after dark. We speak to Female TDS & Senators to discuss these findings. Ciara spoke to Erin McGreehan Fianna Fail Senator, Roisin Garvey Green Party Senator and Josepha Minister of State with responsibility for Special Education and Inclusion.List…
 
This weekend on Documentary On Newstalk we remember the events of September the 11th 2001. And hear the story of its first official victim, proud Irish-American and chaplain to the New York Fire Department, Father Mychal Judge. This is "Last Hour - the story of 911's First Victim"Credits: Last Hour - the story of 911's First Victim was produced by …
 
‘Two Thieves’, a darkly-comic audio drama written by Hugh Hick and produced by Heather MacLeod.In an alternate dystopian society, two criminals are up for the public vote on a Government-sponsored radio programme – and only one can be saved. With echoes of Beckett, a biblical story becomes a contemporary exploration of populist rehabilitation and p…
 
Primary school children who are unvaccinated and have no symptoms of Covid-19 will be allowed to stay in school from Monday if they are close contacts of a confirmed case. The change is set to come into force despite 90 outbreaks of Covid-19 in schools last week. Are we taking the best course of action? To discuss this further Shane was joined by A…
 
There is growing alarm within the Government that the cost of extra pay or leave for public sector workers as a reward for their service during the pandemic will run to several hundred million euros. A Labour Court recommendation on Wednesday said the Health Service Executive had estimated that a claim for 10 days’ additional leave by unions for he…
 
Is the term ‘vulture fund’ label offensive, and is it deterring foreign investment in Ireland? To debate this we heard from Marie Hunt, Executive Director & Head of Research at property consultants CBRE and also Richard Boyd Barrett, People Before Profit TD for Dun Laoghaire.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. D…
 
Your children may be turning their noses up at broccoli and Brussels sprouts for good reason! New research suggests that rather than just being fussy eaters, children dislike vegetables like cauliflower, kale, and cabbage because of a type of bacteria in their mouths. If your children turn down healthy foods, should you try to make them eat them? T…
 
This week we brought you the results of an exclusive survey by Newstalk Breakfast which revealed that nearly 9 in 10 women feel uncomfortable walking alone after dark. 13% of women surveyed said they had been attacked after dark, and 60% said they had been verbally harassed. We’ve carried out another survey with our female elected representatives, …
 
Amnesty International has accused six pharmaceutical companies that have developed Covid-19 vaccines of fuelling a global human rights crisis, citing their refusal to sufficiently waive intellectual property rights, share vaccine technology, and boost global vaccine supply. Colm O'Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty International spoke to Shane t…
 
Ireland had a reasonably successful Summer Olympics this year but it’s fair to say we have not been as competitive at the winter edition with no medal won in history. One man hoping to go to Beijing and represent Ireland in the skeleton is Brendan Doyle and he spoke to Shane this morning on the show.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on App…
 
Work done by parents who stay at home is worth €49,000. That’s according to a new report from Royal London. Pauline O’Reilly is a Green Party Senator and the founder of the Stay-At-Home Parents Association and gave us her reaction to this report.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe …
 
The Public Accounts Committee has delivered a scathing appraisal of the refusal of the Department of Health to confirm the final costs and timelines of the National Children’s Hospital. Chair Brian Stanley saying that the PAC is “being strung along” on the matter. Brian Turner, Health Economist in Cork University Business School joined us with more…
 
Earlier this week, we launched our survey on how safe women feel while walking along after dark. The findings were stark with 9 in 10 women saying they feel uncomfortable walking alone after dark. 13% of respondents reported being attacked while walking alone while 60% have been verbally harassed. To get a reaction to the results of the survey Shan…
 
Maximum price orders will be considered by Government to halt rising gas and electricity costs, the Tánaiste has told the Dáil. However, Leo Varadkar warned that energy companies were going out of business because of price caps in the UK. Should we put a cap on energy bills to counteract rising costs? For more on this Ciara was joined on the show t…
 
Contraceptive packets should come with a 'don't leave it too late' fertility warning. That’s the view of our guest Professor Adam Balen, former Chair of the British Fertility Society and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist's spokesperson for fertility and Adam told us why you believe we should see warnings on packets of the pill or…
 
McDonald’s is pledging to offer sustainable Happy Meal toys made with dramatically less plastic by the end of 2025. The burger giant said it was working with toy companies to develop three-dimensional cardboard superheroes children can build or board games with plant-based or recycled game pieces. But does the move go far enough? For more on this M…
 
Gardaí are investigating attempts to blackmail young teenagers who were sexually coerced online for explicit images of themselves. For more on this we were joined by Sergeant Dean Kerins Crime Prevention Officer.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also …
 
An HSE-led advisory panel has backed the introduction of drug checking services to reduce harm from recreational drug use among festivalgoers and clubbers. But would it incentivise drug-taking or decrease it? Earlier on Newstalk Breakfast, we spoke to Specialist in Drug prevention Bernie McDonnell. who talked us through how the would screening at f…
 
About 5,500 people have been evacuated and at least 120 homes destroyed after the eruption in the Cumbre Vieja mountain range, one of the most active volcanic regions in the islands. For the latest update on the situation, we’re joined now by Cliodhna O'Flynn, journalist, and broadcaster in Spain. Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple…
 
Yesterday on the show we brought you the results of Newstalk Breakfast’s survey on women’s safety when walking alone after dark. We surveyed over 2700 women and found that nearly 9 in 10 women feel uncomfortable walking alone after dark 13% of respondents to the survey said they had been attacked after dark, and 60% said they had been verbally hara…
 
Pfizer and Biontech have said trial results show their Covid-19 vaccine is safe to use for children over age five. They also say they plan on seeking regulatory approval for the vaccines Should we vaccinate children of this age? To discuss this further Ciara was joined by Christine Loscher, Professor of Immunology at DCU, and Paul Moynagh, Professo…
 
Sanctions will likely follow a referee’s report into a mass brawl following a GAA match last weekend. Ugly scenes broke out after the final whistle in the game between Arles-Killeen and Killeshin on Saturday evening in Co Laois. How much of a problem is violent behaviour within the game, and how can this be addressed? For more we heard from Former …
 
We are still a month away from Halloween, so many will probably say we should not even be thinking about Christmas yet. However with the well-publicised global supply chain issues, shoppers are being told to get their Christmas shopping started early this year in order to avoid disappointment.So are people rushing out to the shops already? Are repo…
 
Passengers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will be able to travel to the US from anywhere in the world from November, the Biden administration has announced, bringing an end to the series of travel bans first imposed by Donald Trump 18 months ago. Shane spoke to Niall O'Dowd Founder of Irish Central.com in new York and started by asking h…
 
Katherine Zappone has declined an invitation to attend the Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence to discuss her appointment as a UN Special Envoy. Ms Zappone, who lives in the US, cannot be compelled to appear before the committee. For more on this, we were joined now by Barry Cowen Fianna Fáil TD and a member of the Joint Committee on For…
 
How often do you wash your jeans? The answer is probably too often, according to the experts. A new report, published by the Society of Chemical Industry, says that washing clothes has a “huge environmental impact” and urges people to do their laundry less frequently. Taz Kelleher Co-founder of The Useless Project, spoke to us this morning.Listen a…
 
We remember the late Jimmy Greaves plus reaction to all the weekend’s sport with Off The Ball’s Ger Gilroy.Listen and subscribe to The Pat Kenny Show 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 a…
 
Mobile network Vodafone has unveiled a new smartwatch aimed at children aged between 6 and 9. It’s called the Neo and Newstalk’s Technology Correspondent, Jess Kelly has been taking a closer look at the deviceListen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also lis…
 
Today sees a further relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions in Ireland with a gradual return to workplaces, as well as changes to organised indoor and outdoor group activities. But it's a really big day for thousands of businesses who are opening their doors for the first time since the pandemic and thousands of more people getting back to work. To disc…
 
An exclusive Newstalk Breakfast survey of over 2500 women has found that nearly 9 in 10 women feel uncomfortable walking alone after dark 13% of respondents to the survey said they had been attacked after dark, and 60% said they had been verbally harassed. We also asked respondents to the survey to tell us about their experiences, here are some of …
 
“Revenue should deduct child maintenance payments from parents who refuse to support their children”, that’s the view of our Lynn Ruane Independent Senator who joined us on the show this morning.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstal…
 
“Every child has a right to be a reader,” says Children’s Books Ireland, who’s launching a new campaign and calling for the reinstatement of the primary school library fund. To tell us more about the initiative we spoke to Elaina Ryan, Children’s Books Ireland CEO.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, li…
 
Avant Money, one of the country’s newest mortgage providers, has said current rules on loan-to-income ratios are a challenge for middle-income earners and that lenders should be able to take rental payments into account when assessing borrowers. I’m joined by Pat Davitt, CEO of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV).Listen and…
 
Nearly 9 in 10 women feel uncomfortable walking alone after dark. That’s according to an exclusive survey carried out by Newstalk Breakfast. And Our reporter Sarah Ruane, joined us this morning to talk through the main findings. Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk A…
 
€50 million is to be spent on the M50, but will it make any difference to the traffic? To discuss further Anton was joined on the show by Transport Commentator Conor Faughnan.Listen and subscribe to The Pat Kenny Show on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk …
 
Aer Lingus has warned that layoffs are imminent, and told cabin crew that their reduced hours and pay will continue “for the foreseeable future”. The unilateral action from the company comes after staff voted in a ballot against voluntary redundancies and changes to work practices. To discuss this further we were joined on the show this morning by …
 
It's a scenario that those on the online dating scene know all too well, you meet somebody, flirty banter ensues, dates are had and then in the blink of an eye radio silence.The phenomenon is known as ghosting.A survey from dating site Plenty Of Fish found that 80% of millennials have been ghosted.Our reporter Barry Whyte has been looking into the …
 
The Government said it did not advise President Michael D Higgins to decline an invitation to a church service to mark Northern Ireland’s centenary which is due to take place next month and will be attended by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth. John Bruton Former Taoiseach joins with his view on whether President Higgins should attend.Listen and subscribe …
 
Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan will today announce the launch of Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s enhancing Motorway Operation Services programme, which will see the phased introduction of variable speed limits on the M50. How will it work and what impact will the measures have? To discuss we heard from Shane O’Donoghue, Editor with Completeca…
 
The sixteenth edition of Culture Night Dublin kicks off tonight. The line-up for the much-anticipated event includes myriad of activities celebrating arts, culture, and creativity. What can we expect from this year's edition? To tell us more we heard from Ola Majekodunmi, Culture Night ambassador.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple …
 
Some passionate voices there of those who pitched their tents on Dame Street ten years ago. Yes, it’s a decade since Occupy Wall Street started, with the movement in Ireland kicking off shortly after. Did the movement achieve its aim, or indeed anything at all? People before Profit TD, Paul Murphy participated, and he joins us on the show this morn…
 
Children who are close contacts of a confirmed case of Covid will not have to stay out of school from the end of September, under plans discussed by the NPHET yesterday. To discuss this further we heard from General Secretary of the Irish National Teachers Organisation, John Boyle.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spot…
 
In October the Lord Mayor of Dublin Alison Gilliland will table a motion calling for an immediate recruitment drive for Dublin Fire Brigade.SIPTU says the service is already short of around 60 members to meet the minimum number required.Newstalk reporter Josh Crosbie has been speaking with the Lord Mayor and those in Dublin Fire Brigade to find out…
 
Rushed, unsupported and unheard are some women’s experiences of the healthcare service as recorded in a new report. With maternity restrictions still in place and exclusion zones as yet absent, is it fair to say that women’s health is not taken seriously in this country? Is it time, as advocate Vicky Phelan has suggested, that Ireland appoint a Min…
 
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