On The Record with Gavan Reilly Highlights
On The Record with Gavan Reilly Highlights
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On The Record covers the main stories in the Sunday Newspaper Review, looks ahead at the week to come, plus goes back in time to learn lessons for the future with Hidden Histories. Listen and subscribe to On The Record with Gavan Reilly Highlights on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'
In this week’s Hidden Histories, Gavan and Donal Fallon delve into the life and legacy of John Henry Foley, the influential Irish sculptor. Known as Queen Victoria's favourite artist, Foley created iconic statues like the Albert Statue and the O'Connell Monument. However, his work has recently faced criticism and calls for removal. Join Gavan and Donal as they explore the global debate surrounding old statues, Foley's rise in the art world, and the future of his statues in Dublin. Donal Fallon is the presenter of the Three Castles Burning podcast.
Have you ever wondered where the Wild Atlantic Way got it's name? Deputy Michael Ring joins Gavan to look back on the success of Ireland's natural tourist destination since it was established ten years ago. He discusses the impact it has had on the tourism industry over the last decade, and how the idea got going when he was in government.
Joining Gavan On the Record to run through the top stories hitting the Sunday papers is Dawn Leane, CEO Leane Empower, Former Director of People and Resources with Chartered Accountants Ireland, and John Lee, Executive Editor Daily Mail Group. David O’Leary. General Manager of the Women’s Mini Marathon also stops by ahead of the race in Dublin city.
Donal Fallon, Presenter of the Three Castles Burning podcast joins Gavan to discuss the Irish connection to the global non-governmental oganisation. Amnesty International Day is marked on May 28 every year. They seek to advocate for human rights and spread understanding of their violations and how our daily choices affect them.
Gavan is joined by James Casserley, who has embarked on a mission to travel to all 32 counties in Ireland on public transport. As a wheelchair user, he aims to use his campaign to alert different companies and government on how to make their transport systems more accessible.
Gavan chats with comedian Rory O’Connor about his goal to train GAA to prisoners in Mountjoy. He teamed up with GAA star Philly McMahon as part of the TV documentary series, Gaelic in the Joy for RTÉ. The new show will explore the lives of the prisoners, their stories, and the issues of crime and addiction on their lives and in our communities.
Gavan sits down with Joe O'Brien, the Minister of State with Responsibility for Community Development and Charities, to discuss a startling revelation from the recently conducted 'Red C Poll.' The poll reveals that a staggering three-quarters of people living in Ireland believe the country has taken in too many refugees.
Donal Fallon, Presenter of the Three Castles Burning podcast joins Gavan to discuss Ireland’s boxing past in the run up to ‘Counterpunch’- an exhibition made with women boxers and their coaches from Corinthians Boxing Club, created by visual artist Sharon Kelly.
Sinn Féin have made history in Northern Ireland, emerging as the largest party in local government. At the end of the count Sinn Féin emerged with 144 seats, an increase of 39 from the last council election in 2019. Joining Gavan to discuss the past few days and potential future for Northern Ireland is David McCann, Deputy Editor of the website Slugger O’Toole, and Alex Kane, Unionist Commentator & Former Ulster Unionist Party Press Officer.
Joining Gavan On the Record to run through the top stories hitting the Sunday papers is John Cunningham- Relationship Director of Morgan McKinley & Previous Chair of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, and Adrienne Sweeney- Director of Powerscourt Springs Health Farm and News Reader at Newstalk, and Daniel Murray- Political Correspondent at the Business Post.
Joining Gavan On the Record to run through the top stories from the Sunday papers is Deputy Political Editor with the Irish and Sunday Independent, Hugh O'Connell & journalist and author, Valerie Cox. Also joining Gavan to discuss the burning of refugee tents in Dublin City on Friday night is Nick Henderson, CEO of the Irish Refugee Council.
Joining Gavan On the Record is John O'Brennan, Professor and Jean Monnet Chair of European Integration at Maynooth University. Together they discuss whether Ireland is neutral in name only and what measures should be undertaken to safeguard the country from potential bad actors in the years ahead.
Twenty years ago this year, a headless body was discovered by a County Offaly farmer. It quickly became apparent this was a case for archaeologists and not Gardaí and as it turned out, the ‘Old Croghan Man’ was not the first so-called ‘bog body’ to be discovered that year either. On display today in Dublin’s National Museum of Archaeology on Kildare Street, 2003 proved to be an incredible year for Irish archeology, and for understanding the Irish past in sometimes surprising ways. Donal Fallon joins Gavan for another episode of Hidden Histories to discuss.
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