On The Record with Gavan Reilly Highlights
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An investigation by Living Country has uncovered drug use and addiction is prevalent in the farming community, highlighting young farmers struggling in particular. Using social media as a platform to buy and get drugs delivered, these farmers are increasingly turning up at rehabilitation centres in order to seek help. Caitríona Morrissey, Deputy Editor Farmers Journal joins Emmet to discuss how urban cities aren't the only parts of Ireland where drugs run rife.
Joining Emmet to discuss the current conflict in the Middle East, and the impact on Palestinians are Hannah McCarthy, Journalist reporting from the Middle East , Declan Power, Defence & Security Analyst, and Hadeel Qazzaz, the Oxfam MENA regional gender advisor based in Ramallah.
Ireland were emphatic winners against Scotland in what was their final group B clash of this year's Rugby World Cup, setting up a quarter-final against New Zealand in the process. Joining Sean Defoe On the Record to discuss is Off the Ball's Aisling O'Reilly.
Andy Warhol maybe didn't feel his work was entirely original, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t iconic. This week, the largest-ever exhibition of Warhol’s work in Ireland has just opened at the Hugh Lane Gallery, entitled 'Andy Warhol Three Times Out'. Ireland had long been fascinated by Warhol, with previous shows breaking attendance records, and his life influencing a recent Irish novel. So, what is it about Warhol that fascinates us so much? Donal Fallon joins Sean Defoe for another episode of Hidden Histories to discuss.
We are just a few days away from budget 2024 with €6.5bn worth of new measures set to be announced on Tuesday. Joining Sean Defoe On the Record to discuss what we might expect from the package is Pat Leahy, Political Editor of The Irish Times, Pat Dennigan, CEO Of Focus Ireland & John Fitzgerald, Adjunct Professor in Economics at Trinity College Dublin.
Barristers working in the criminal courts will withdraw their services next Tuesday, October 3rd in an effort to get pay cuts that were introduced following the financial crash reversed. Joining Sean Defoe On the Record to discuss this is Sara Phelan SC, Chair of the Council of The Bar of Ireland.
Joining Sean Defoe On the Record this morning is Minister for Justice and Fine Gael TD for Meath East, Helen McEntee. Together they discuss the ongoing dispute over rosters between Garda Commissioner Drew Harris and the GRA, barristers withdrawing their services on October 3rd in an effort to get pay cuts that were introduced following the financial crash reversed, as well as staffing issues in the defense forces, and more.
Budget 2024 will be unveiled by Michael McGrath and Paschal Donohoe on October 10th. Among the many other considerations for the government is whether to reduce taxes on rental incomes in an effort to persuade landlords to stay in the market. But would this work if they did so? Joining Sean Defoe On the Record to discuss is Ivana Bacik, leader of the Labour Party & Pat Davitt, Chief executive of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers
After almost 5 years at Marconi House, Gavan Reilly bids farewell to On the Record and Newstalk. From his beginnings as a regular contributor on the show to becoming its presenter in March 2019, Gavan's tireless dedication to his craft as a journalist has been the backbone of the Sunday mornings here at the station. In Gavan's final podcast, he takes a moment to thank those who have supported him throughout the years and the listeners who make On the Record a part of their mornings each and every Sunday.
As 'Simon Week' kicks off tomorrow, Monday, September 25th, the Simon Communities of Ireland are making a plea to the Government urging for a budget that will pave the way to end homelessness. Wayne Stanley, Executive Director at the Simon Communities of Ireland joins Gavan On the Record to discuss.
Last night Ireland beat South Africa 13 – 8 in a titanic Rugby World Cup Pool B clash that brought out the best in both teams. Henry McKean was in Paris to meet both sets of supporters when the final whistle was blown - he joins Gavan On the Record to discuss.
The Dublin Festival of History begins tomorrow, with more than 200 events across the city and, in some cases, online - meaning anyone, anywhere can take part. It’s become the largest festival of its kind anywhere. Gavan is joined by Donal Fallon for another episode of Hidden Histories to discuss.
Joining Gavan Reilly On The Record to go through the top stories in the Sunday papers is Claire Ronan, Presenter of 'Up and Running' on Ocean FM & Peter Leonard, Barrister and presenter of the Business Post's 'Law in Trial' podcast. Gavan also spoke with freelance journalist, John Burns, to discuss the legacy of Rupert Murdoch following his decision to step down as Chair of Fox News.