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
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: 10/07/2020
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
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with Inclusion Ireland talks to Michael to express concern as people continue to be stripped of rights through outdated Lunacy legislation (Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act).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
On this edition of Lifeline: Shane Burke Chats to the wonderful sister of Suzanne Jackson-O’Connor (sosueme) Katie Jackson! Katie is going to be telling us her story. What she does and where she is going. Broadcast: 10/07/2020
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.
Eoin O’Broin, TD (Sinn Fein) joins Johnny to discuss the need for Government to introduce a Rent Arrears Debt Scheme and also about the need to deliver real affordable homes for working people. Broadcast: 09/07/2020
Cllr. Joe Costello (Labour Party) joins Johnny to talk about the urgent need for Government to purchase and refurbish 422 North Circular Road (Sean O’Casey House) and about the newly established Campaign Committee to tackle the issue.