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In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast from Stratfor, a RANE company, Emily Donahue catches up with Adriano Bosoni, Stratfor's Senior European analyst at RANE. No one expected the disengagement of the United Kingdom from the European Union, know as Brexit, to be simple. But the deal, reached at the very last moment at the end of 2020,…
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Love it or hate it, technology rules the world. Our social systems and values are bent out of shape by innovative technology. Ideas we used to hold dear like privacy are suddenly negotiable in the online world and tech companies set the rules with governments struggling to catch up. So is it possible to regain control of your data and can governmen…
Marty discusses the impact of foot and mouth on the farming community with Darragh McCullough and sheep farmer Mathew McGreehan 20 years on from the outbreak.By RTÉ:Ireland
Brenda Donohue meets LGBQT+ rights activist Johnny and Albert who are both member s of the travelling community and who are raising funds and awareness for LGBT+ rights in minority communities.By RTÉ:Ireland
Countrywide reporter Suzanne Cambell reports on how horse welfare in Ireland has traditionally deteriorated during spring in the week the government launched a new animal welfare initiative.By RTÉ:Ireland
Marty is on Crowe family farm in Co Cavan the meeting some new arrivals.By RTÉ:Ireland
On this week’s Countrywide, Marty is on the Crowe family farm in Co Cavan meeting some new calves, Horse welfare in Ireland, LGBT+ rights in the travelling community, remembering the devastating effects of foot and mouth two decade on and marriage on Whiddy Island.By RTÉ:Ireland
Well known Whiddy Island ferryman, farmer and publican Tim O’Leary talks to Marty on the morning of his wedding day.By RTÉ:Ireland
In the Vanuatu, young women are taking their long boards to the water, refusing to accept the idea that surfing is only for men. ”Solwota Sista” is the first episode of Island Voices, a three-part podcast series which looks at the ways that women in Vanuatu are attempting to break down barriers.By Ginny Stein/ OHRLLS
A US intelligence report has found that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the murder of exiled journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018. The report said this conclusion was based on the crown prince's absolute control over the security apparatus, and his willingness to use violence to silence critics. Also, Myanmar's ambassador to the UN ha…
An American intelligence report finds that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved a plan to capture or kill the exiled journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018. The US-based writer was murdered while visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.Also in the programme: the military in Myanmar annuls the results of last November's elections in a move t…
Former President Mary Robinson pays tribute to her friend, the late Fr Enda McDonagh. Hilary Abrahamson, Chair of the Dublin City Interfaith Forum, joins us to share the Jewish festival of Purim and Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow who is the founder of Mary's Meals talks about his new book entitled “Give: Charity and the Art of Giving Generously”.…
In this episode of the RANE insights on COVID-19 podcast, RANE founder, David Lawrence speaks with Drs Fred Southwick and Bill Lang, about the global death toll and the latest vaccine news. in the United States, more than half a million lives have been ended by COVID-19. Around the world, more than 2.5 million. Tragic milestones to be sure. And yet…
This week on Playback. International vaccine shopping – who went for what and did they keep the receipt? Ray’s making Dad jokes, Ryan has festival envy and Culture File get out of their 5km in a big way. All on Playback presented by Sinéad Mooney.By RTÉ:Ireland
Scotland's former first minister tells inquiry key evidence was deliberately suppressed.By BBC Radio 4
Will Brexit ever be a done deal or are the EU and UK destined to be locked into years of detailed wrangling over the terms of the Trade and Co-operation Agreement? Join Europe Editor Tony Connelly, London Correspondent Seán Whelan and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin for what prove to be a perpetual podcast.…
Joining Donncha and Marie we have Dich Clerkin and Damian Lawlor on the GAA Congress, Alan Cawley and Feargal Brennan on soccer and racing with Jane Mangen marking our cards.By RTÉ:Ireland
Marion Campbell, Head of Family Law at KOD Lyons, spoke to Claire about the recent spike in enquiries to her firm about divorce.By RTÉ:Ireland
UN climate report a ‘red alert’ for the planet: Guterres People falling even further behind in COVID-19 crisis, says UN rights chief Condemnation over new attack on Nigerian school, hundreds of girls missingBy Daniel Johnson, UN News - Geneva
Labhraímid le Conall Mac Dhonnagáin faoin Solo Fada leis na Gaeil Óga, Stiúrthóirí nua ag Amharclann na Mainistreach agus Seachtain na Gaeilge.By RTÉ:Ireland
Labhraímid le Cárthach Bán Breathnach faoi Éirinn ag dul i gcoinne na hIodáile sa rugbaí, comhdháil an CLG, foireann na bliana á roghnú do pheil na mban agus cluichí sacair sa phríomhroinn.By RTÉ:Ireland
Pobalbhreith san Irish Times, plean leasaithe an rialtas le dul i ngleic le Covid-19, Árais Mháithreacha agus Leanaí agus inscríbhinn Gaeilge ar leac uaighe ceadaithe i Sasana – scéalta móra na seachtaine le hEmmet Ryan (Iriseoir ón Business Post) agus Clíona Ó Gallchóir (Léachtóir le Béarla, UCC).By RTÉ:Ireland
Tá ráite ag Alex Salmond go bhfuil easpa ceannaireachta sa tír agus fianaise á thabhairt aige mar chuid d’fhiosrúchán faoi mar a dhéileáil rialtas na hAlban le líomhaintí a déanadh ina choinne. Pléimid é seo le Seán F Ó Drisceoil (Tráchtaire san Albain).By RTÉ:Ireland
Labhraímid le Declan Glynn (Leas Ard Rúnaí an TUI) faoi struchtúr measúnaithe na hArdteiste i mbliana agus tuilleadh eolais faoi conas go dtabharfar faoi scrúduithe béil i measc eile foilsithe.By RTÉ:Ireland
Deireadh ag teacht le córas soláthar díreach faoi dheireadh na bliana 2024 agus cúrsaí tithíochta – na scéalta móra le hÁine Ní Chiaráin (Tráchtaire polaitiúil).By RTÉ:Ireland
Tá corp eile aimsithe sa bhfiosrúchán dúnmharaithe atá ar bun ag Gardaí cóngarach d’fheirm i mBaile Mhistéala, áit a bhfuarthas corp bheirt fhear níos luaithe inniu. Tugann Marian O’Flaherty (Tuairisceoir le Nuacht RTÉ/TG4) an scéal is déanaí dúinn.By RTÉ:Ireland
Inniu: Marian O’Flaherty (Tuairisceoir le Nuacht RTÉ/TG4), Áine Ní Chiaráin (Tráchtaire polaitiúil), Declan Glynn (Leas Ard Rúnaí an TUI), Seán F Ó Drisceoil (Tráchtaire san Albain), Emmet Ryan (Iriseoir ón Business Post), Clíona Ó Gallchóir (Léachtóir le Béarla, UCC), spóirt le Cárthach Bán Breathnach & siamsaíocht le Conall Mac Dhonnagáin.…
Dr Yvonne Williams, GP at the Shannon Medical Centre, and Dara Calleary, Fianna Fail TD for Mayo, discuss delays to Ireland's vaccine schedule.By RTÉ:Ireland
Ann Mooney, Southern Correspondent, Irish Sun, talks to Cormac about the investigation into the deaths of three men in Cork.By RTÉ:Ireland
Dave Weigel, Washington Post National Political Correspondent and author of The Trailer, reports from the Conservative Political Action Conference.By RTÉ:Ireland
Gerald Barry, Assistant Professor in Virology in UCD, and Dr. Mary O'Kane Lecturer in psychology and education at Open University, discuss the reopening of schools.By RTÉ:Ireland
Roderic O'Gorman, Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration, and Youth, talks to Sarah about the publication of the White Paper on Ending Direct Provision.By RTÉ:Ireland
Dr Elaine Wallace, senior lecturer in Marketing at the JE Cairns school of business and economics, NUI Galway, talks to Cormac and Sarah about new research into Instagram usage and mental health.By RTÉ:Ireland
Attacks on schools in northeast Nigeria and elsewhere are “a way of life” and their impact is “devastating” on children’s mental health. Despite the dangers, boys and girls are returning in their thousands to places that were previously in the grip of Boko Haram extremists, according to UN Children’s Fund UNICEF. UN News’s Daniel Johnson spoke to t…
Has music found fresh importance in the pandemic era, via its impact on health and wellness? Musician and researcher, Hannah Davis, Goldsmiths' Prof. Lauren Stewart, Irish World Academy of Music and Dance's Dr Hilary Moss, and Shain Shapiro, founder and CEO of Sound Diplomacy dig into the conversation.…
Unidentified gunmen abducted the girls in early morning from a school in Zamfara state. This is latest in a series of attacks targeting schools in northern Nigeria in recent years. Also, court rules that British-born IS recruit Shamima Begum cannot return to UK from Syria, and BBC investigation finds portions of Brazil's Amazon rainforest being sol…
Read by Marty Rea. A story of personal grief and loss, of negotiating different familial views, and the levels of independence offered to those who come to Ireland fleeing from oppression, violence and human injustices, seeking protection.By RTÉ:Ireland
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News wrap @ evening, 26 February 2021
Can you give things your best shot... and then let good enough be good enough? Many people in our society can’t - they are perfectionists and set themselves unrealistic and unachievable standards. Our culture in fact pushes for perfectionism. But we can learn to promote growth over perfection and compassion over criticism.…
Human rights theory and practices have been constantly evolving. What should be among the most basic or important human rights? Who gets to pick them? And has the concept been heavily guided by a small number of mostly Western nations?