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Fantasy 606: Pettiness, pronunciation and stats for the people

By BBC Radio 5 live
Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Statman Dave return for more top tips, stats and fantasy football chat. After Gameweek 34+ saw the clash of 'Statman Dave FC' and ’The little fellas' in the head-to-head league, the battle is on and Dave has a plan to try and bridge the 103-point gap to Ali with just four weeks to go. The trio also discuss the troubles with Manchester City and Liverpool's rotation tactics leading up to the end of the Premier League season as well as play Bigger or Smaller.

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  • July 10th 2020 at 15:28

Viral voicemails

By BBC Radio
Our medical and scientific friends leave voicemails for their younger selves. What do they wish they had known about coronavirus back in January? Fergus and Adam chat to Professor Clare Wenham about what we know now and what that means for what comes next. Studio Director: Emma Crowe Producers: Ben Weisz, Natalie Ktena Assistant Editor: Sam Bonham Editor: Dino Sofos

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  • July 10th 2020 at 16:11

Alfre Woodard, Scoob!, Greyhound and The Way Back

By BBC Radio 5 live
Sanjeev Bhaskar talked to Alfre Woodard about her stunning performance in Clemency - which is out next week. Plus all your essential streaming film reviews from Robbie Collin, including Greyhound - the new high seas war film, starring Tom Hanks, Scoob! (Hello to Jason Isaacs), British flick Love Sarah, starring Celia Imrie and The Way Back, which sees Ben Affleck star as an alcoholic ex-high school basketball superstar, returning to the school to coach the team . Sanjeev Bhaskar and Robbie Collin chat through all the films worth seeing on streaming services, we tell you the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week and recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week, plus we count down the best films which take place in 24 hours. 00:40:18 Top 10 FILMS SET OVER 24 HOURS 00:51:34 Greyhound review 00:59:50 Alfre Woodard interview 01:16:58 lockdown correspondents 01:19:49 Finding The Way Back review 01:26:33 Love Sarah review 01:33:38 The Old Guard 01:39:22 TV MOVIE OF THE WEEK 01:42:48 Scoob! 01:47:51 DVD OF THE WEEK Download our podcast from the BBC Snouds app. We welcome your contributions: Email: mayo@bbc.co.uk Twitter: @wittertainment

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  • July 10th 2020 at 15:00

Will COVID-19 impact the World Cup?

By BBC Radio 5 live
As Super League gets set to restart, Dave Woods looks at the impact the COVID-19 crisis has on next year’s World Cup and speaks to the RLWC2021 CEO Jon Dutton about how plans are progressing for Rugby League’s Big Show.

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  • July 10th 2020 at 13:43

Call for Budgets to Focus on Employment, Infrastructure and Services with Social Justice Ireland

By Near FM – Listen Again
On this edition of Northside Today: Eamon Murphy, Economic and Social Analyst with Social Justice Ireland speaks about Social Justice Ireland’s call for the next few budgets to focus primarily on employment, infrastructure and services, not reducing the deficit. Broadcast: 10/07/2020

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Soapbox Science Dublin 2020

By Near FM – Listen Again
On this edition of Northside Today: Dr Tara Dirilgen and phD candidate Annie Regan talk about this weekends Soapbox Science Dublin 2020, and their wish to encourage more young females to take an interest in STEM subjects. Broadcast: 10/07/2020Β 

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How Covid-19 can be eliminated from Ireland

By Near FM – Listen Again
On this edition of Northside Today: Professor Gerard Killeen, AXA Research Chair in Applied Pathogen Ecology at the school of Biological, Earth and Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork, explains how Covid-19 can be eliminated from Ireland, with only a modest amount of additional effort, according to new modelling analyses. Broadcast: 10/07/2020

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Outdated Lunacy Legislation with Robert Murtagh, Inclusion Ireland

By Near FM – Listen Again
On this edition of Northside Today: Robert Murtagh, Advocacy (policy) Coordinator, with Inclusion Ireland talks to Michael to express concern as people continue to be stripped of rights through outdated Lunacy legislation (Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act). Broadcast: 10/07/2020

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Katie Jackson shares her story

By Near FM – Listen Again
On this edition of Lifeline: Shane Burke Chats to the wonderful sister of Suzanne Jackson-O’ConnorΒ (sosueme)Β Katie Jackson! Katie is going to be telling us her story. What she does and where she is going. Broadcast: 10/07/2020

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Message from Covid-19 Stakeholder Communications Support and updates

hse gov

Dear Colleagues,

Thank you for your continuing support and sharing information about COVID-19. Below are some communications updates for you.

Phase 3 of the Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business - Ireland is now in Phase 3 of the Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business, which began on Monday 29th June. You can view the measures that form part of Phase 3 here.

Scratches & Needles 13

By Scratches & Needles

Episode 13

35007 – Herd / Milemarker – Shrink To Fit / Murder City Devils – Bear Away / Napalm Death – Musclehead / Bl’ast – Off And On – Start The Machine / Black Flag – Swinging Man (Radio Tokyo) / Obits – Two Headed Coin / Tanner – Hey Jigsaw / The Objectorz – One Way Conversation / Therapy? – Animal Bones / Sonic Youth – Providence / Fruupp – Decision / Syd Barrett – Golden Hair (Take 5) / Naked Raygun – Managua / Stiff Little Fingers – Johnny Was (Peel Session).

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Holidaying in Ireland with Salthill Hotel Galway

By Near FM – Listen Again
On this edition of Lifeline: As the Government advice is to avoid non-essential travel Debbie speaks to Jacob at The Salthill Hotel in Galway, to find out what measures they have put in place for the safety of their staff and customers and what changes will we expect when arriving at the hotel.

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Spas and (nail) bars

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni looks at the latest easing of lockdown, affecting pools, gyms and beauty salons, as thousands of shop jobs are cut. Plus, what will the end of quarantine mean for airports?

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  • July 10th 2020 at 05:39

Greenwood, Grealish and Bournemouth’s battle continues

By BBC Radio 5 live
This episode is all about the big stories from Thursday’s fixtures in the Premier League, and some of the biggest names in the sport make an appearance on the pod too, including Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Jose Mourinho, Carlo Ancelotti and Eddie Howe. But not only that, Robbie Savage, Steven Reid and Leon Osman pop up with their insights into disallowed goals, VAR, Manchester United's transfer targets and Bournemouth's future. There’s also lots of reaction from United’s dominant win over Aston Villa, as well as a debate as to whether this current Tottenham team is the worst there’s been in a while, after they were held to a goalless draw against Bournemouth - and the guys discuss if Everton’s European football dreams are over after their match against Southampton ended in a one all draw.

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  • July 10th 2020 at 00:12

Fitness Last

By BBC Radio
Gyms, beauty salons and outdoor pools are able to open from as early as this weekend in England. Adam, Laura and Fergus look at the small print. And as the government announces that plays and gigs can start happening outdoors again, the comedian Russell Kane tells us he's worried about the future of live comedy. Producers: Frankie Tobi, Seren Jones, Natalie Ktena Editor: Dino Sofos

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  • July 9th 2020 at 20:59

Day 2: Holder hammers England as West Indies take charge

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew presents reaction to Day 2 of the opening Test between England and the West Indies. Six wickets from captain Jason Holder saw the visitors move into a strong position, trailing by 147 runs with nine first innings wickets remaining. Hear reaction from Holder, and England fast bowler Mark Wood. And the ECB's chief executive Tom Harrison explains the impact Covid-19 has had on cricket in this country, and how his organisation plans to improve diversity in the game.

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  • July 9th 2020 at 19:24

Greatest Fights - The Thrilla in Manila (Ali v Frazier 3) with Gene Kilroy

By BBC Radio 5 live
Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier fought to a standstill in their final contest back in 1975, in what has become along with 'The Rumble in the Jungle' one of the defining fights in the history of 'The Greatest'. One of the last surviving members of Ali's inner circle, his business manager and confidante Gene Kilroy, joins Mike Costello and Steve Bunce to remember the build up, the night, and the legacy left by Ali.

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  • July 9th 2020 at 16:02

Euro Leagues: Rangnick’s Milan mission and the two new assassins in Bruges

By BBC Radio 5 live
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Mina Rzouki to discuss Ralf Rangnick at AC Milan, the upturn at Barca and, ahead of Friday’s draw, the return of the Champions League. Plus, we hear from Paul Clement - the new manager in Bruges.

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  • July 9th 2020 at 14:37

Colm Ryder, Dublin Cycling Campaign

By Near FM – Listen Again
Colm Ryder, Dublin Cycling Campaign joins Johnny to discuss current issues related to cycling. Broadcast: 09/07/2020

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Oisin Byrne, iReach: Irish views on travelling abroad for holidays

By Near FM – Listen Again
Oisin Byrne, Managing Director of iReach joins Johnny to speak about survey findings in relation to Irish Adult views on travelling abroad for holidays. Broadcast: 09/07/2020

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