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Reports of deaths and injuries due to powerful quake centred off Turkey's Izmir province. Tremors were felt as far away as Athens and Istanbul. Also, troops deployed on French streets following deadly knife-attack in Nice, and what do Russian politicians and public expect from US election ?By BBC World Service
Bookseller and author Shaun Bythell talks about The Seven Kinds of People You Find in Bookshops. We will take a look at the role of suspense in fiction, and the Tanyard Lane Book Club, Tullamore, Co Offaly quiz Anne Griffin, the Irish Book Awards Newcomer of the Year 2019 about her novel, ‘When All Is Said’.…
Historian and podcaster Donal Fallon talks to Ryan about Dracula's Irish roots, The Bram Stoker Festival and the Irish influence on Halloween traditions in the U.S.By RTÉ:Ireland
French leaders have ramped up their rhetoric against radical Islam after a Tunisian man killed three people in a church in the southern city of Nice. The interior minister, Gerald Darmanin, said France was at war with Islamist ideology both at home and abroad.Also in the programme: a strong earthquake off the Aegean coast has struck Turkey and Gree…
In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, we listen to a talk by David French, author of Divided We Fall: America’s Secession Threat and How we Restore our Nation. French details the way in which the United States has become increasingly polarized politically, geographically, and culturally, and examines what he considers to be the threat of secession…
Protests in Thailand took an unexpected turn in October when young Thais began demanding reforms to the Monarchy, a traditionally revered institution. This added to demands that the prime minister, who took over in a coup in 2014 immediately resign. Benjamin Zawacki, Senior Program Specialist at the Asia Foundation and author of the book "Thailand:…
John Creedon's new book has hit the shops today! It’s called “That Place We Call Home”A journey through the place names of Ireland. He joined Ray from our Cork studioBy RTÉ:Ireland
On today's show James Reed, director of one of the most captivating documentaries on Netflix “My Octopus Teacher” joined Ray, John Creedon tells us about his new book “That Place We Call Home” A journey through the place names of Ireland and Louise Lennox shares some Halloween tips and treats.By RTÉ:Ireland
A BBC Arabic investigation has uncovered systemic child abuse inside Islamic schools in Sudan, known as khalwas. It found that boys are routinely chained, shackled and beaten; in some khalwas there was evidence of sexual abuse. The BBC’s Mamdouh Akbiek worked with a local investigative journalist on the story.Boston's Brazilian party-goers Boston’s…
An alternative Funny Friday from the RTE Radio Centre in MontroseBy RTÉ:Ireland
Actor, writer and broadcaster Stephen Fry joins Ryan to talk about Troy, the final book in his best-selling Greek myths series. Along with Mythos and Heroes, Troy is a re-telling of ancient classics for a new audience.By RTÉ:Ireland
The headlines this evening, from The Indian Express.By The Indian Express
MÍcheál Ó Scannáil reports on what some people are hoping to do for HalloweenBy RTÉ:Ireland
Niall Stanage, White House Columnist with The Hill news website,By RTÉ:Ireland
Liz Walsh, Meteorologist with Met ÉireannBy RTÉ:Ireland
Dr Abigail Collins, Consultant in Public Health Medicine with HSE says a dedicated contact number for school principals will be in operation shortlyBy RTÉ:Ireland
Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Finance tells us that “we need a level playing field” for all retailers, including smaller retailers, when it comes to the definition of non-essential goods.By RTÉ:Ireland
Seamus Mulconry, General Secretary of Catholic Primary Schools Management Association on how schools are preparing to reopen on Monday morningBy RTÉ:Ireland
News wrap @ evening, 30 October 2020
Cead pleanála fachta aige tar éis cúig mbliana déag ag plé leisBy RTÉ:Ireland
Join Leon Diop as he talks to Dafe Orugbo aka Max Zanga from the hip-hop band Tebi Rex. Leon and Max met at university and in this episode they share their experiences of growing up as black and mixed-race in Ireland, meeting at uni, and Max shares his experience of being on The Late Late Show.By RTÉ:Ireland
Le scéalta móra na nuachta ón taobh seo tíre inniu.By RTÉ:Ireland
Clár irise á chur i láthair beo ó stiúideo na nDoirí Beaga, ag Edel Ní Chuireáin.By RTÉ:Ireland
Ag caint ar na cluichí sa Chraobh a bheas ar siúil ag deireadh na seachtaine.By RTÉ:Ireland
Buaiteoir an duais i gcomórtas Tesco/RTÉ Brean Nó Bob.By RTÉ:Ireland
ag caint faoi chúrsaí atá ar fáil ar líne agus ar an turas a bheas sí ag tabhairt ar an Seapáin gan mhoill le páirt a ghlacadh i Seó Damhsa agus Ceoil.By RTÉ:Ireland
Beidh sraith Teilifíse ‘Dead Still’ ag toiseacht ar RTE1 oíche Dhomhnaigh, Tá Antoin ag glacadh páirt sa drama. Cuireann Antoin agus a mháthair Eileen síos ar an drama agus mar a fuair sé an páirt.By RTÉ:Ireland
Tá John dóchasach gur dul chun cinn don earnáil é, an coiste seo a bheith curtha ar bun, agus deir sé gur deis atá san choiste seo dul chun cinn riachtanach a dhéanamh.By RTÉ:Ireland
A selection of stories from the week: Mother and Baby Homes Commission; Mother and two children found dead in Dublin home; Book of Lismore; Illegal trade in songbirds; Are baby clothes essential items?; Murder-suicide in Kanturk; US election; Covid 19 in the North; France attacks; Domestic violence; Irish-English dictionary; Samhain…
Neasa Hourigan, Green Party TD, Peadar Toibín, Aontú TD for Meath and Journalist Brenda Power look back on the stories of the week.By RTÉ:Ireland
Ciara O' Brien, Business and Technology Journalist with The Irish Times and Eric Finn who's one of Ireland’s highest ranking players in FIFA Games outline the pros and cons of the Playstation and X-Box as these two consoles battle it out to be the most popular this Christmas.By RTÉ:Ireland
Charlie Spies, Republican Lawyer and Commentator in Washington DC and Mark Little, CEO of Kinzen and former RTÉ Washington Correspondent join the programme to discuss the upcoming US Presidential Election and how it may differ greatly to previous ones.By RTÉ:Ireland
Professor of experimental immunology in Trinity College Dublin Kingston Mills discusses the significance of a new coronavirus variant which accounts for more than half of new Covid-19 cases in Ireland.By RTÉ:Ireland
Orla Muldoon, Professor of Psychology at the University of Limerick, outlines why she believes watching sport may actually be bad for people's health - both mentally and physically.By RTÉ:Ireland
Principals Louise Tobin and Noirín Ní Mhaoldhomhnaigh as well as John Boyle of the INTO and Donncha Ó Laoghaire, Sinn Féin Spokesperson on Education, outline their concerns ahead of children around the country returning to school following the mid-term break.By RTÉ:Ireland
Philip speaks with a mother whose children were murdered and Jim O'Callaghan, Barrister and Fianna Fáil TD, in relation to the decision of the Court of Appeal that the media cannot name a deceased child victim of crime, because of a provision of the 2001 Children Act.By RTÉ:Ireland
Trump says a Democratic victory next week will send stock prices plummeting. But Wall Street ambivalent about the prospect of a Biden presidency. Mainly investors are worried about COVID-19.By NPR
In a normal year, the start of November would mark the beginning of the prestige movie push, with award hopefuls, franchise films and feel-good family flocks crowding theatres. This year though, there’s almost nothing left on the calendar and the top-grossing box office list features rereleases of films from the 1990s. Hollywood has been hoarding i…
We look ahead to the final weekend of campaigning ahead of Tuesday’s US presidential election. Plus: we dissect China’s vision for the next five years and hear about a new direction for K-pop.By Monocle 24
Western Australia is opening up to other states for the first time since April, while on election-eve in Queensland, the Premier reveals travellers from most of NSW will be welcomed, but Sydney-siders will be banned; and the bushfire royal commission recommends more power to the Federal Government and standardising emergency alerts. New South Wales…
Capitalism has failed. If we maintain our current capitalist system, we will ensure the collapse of our natural environment and of human civilisation, argues business management professor Paul Adler. Democratic socialism is the solution - with public ownership of our most important recourses. To overcome the current crisis, he says, we need to asse…
News wrap @ morning, 30 October 2020
We recorded this week's episode live on Zoom. Presenter Sinéad O’Carroll was joined by our columnist Larry Donnelly of NUIG, associate professor at Trinity College Dublin Dr Daniel Geary who has a special interest in political ideologies and the intellectual and cultural history of America, and Seana Davis of Euronews, who examines how misinformati…
Dr. Bill MacEwan, lead psychiatrist with Vancouver's Downtown Community Court mental health team, tells us about a new approach to reducing overdose deaths, by looking after the whole person.
Our national affairs panel discusses the chances of a federal election, the fight to curb COVID-19 as winter sets in, and the anniversary of Quebec's 1995 referendum. Matt Galloway is joined by Murray Mandryk of the Regina Leader-Post, Charelle Evelyn of the Hill Times, and Rosemary Barton, the CBC's chief political correspondent.…
The Globe and Mail's health columnist, André Picard, brings us the latest update on COVID-19, and why it might feel like we're living in limbo with the virus.
Our Road to November series on the U.S. election pulls into Rolling Fork, Miss., where politics, catastrophic flooding, COVID-19 and trade wars converge. We hear from Victoria Darden, a farmer and community activist who says her community is still reeling from the 2019 floods, and Tracy Harden, whose restaurant has been an emotional lifeline for th…