The Final Furlong
The Final Furlong
About The Final Furlong
The Irish Home Builders Association has warned that the supply of new homes could be reduced by up to 8,000 this year as a result of the current stoppage in construction. James Benson Head of the Irish Home Builders Association joined Kieran to discuss how this could inpact Irelands ongoing housing crisis.
Ivan is joined by a panel of contributors to look back at some of the stories that have caught their eye over the past week. The panel is made up of Harry McCann Founder Of Trendster.ie, Ciara Kelly Presenter of Lunchtime Live, and Bill Hughes Of Mind The Gap FIlms to discuss all. Listen and subscribe to The Hard Shoulder on Apple Podcasts, Google 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 adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
Ivan is joined by journalist Barbara Scully, Producer Bill Hughes, and comedian Steven Cummins for this week's Final Furlong. Listen and subscribe to The Hard Shoulder on Apple Podcasts, Google 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 adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
Bill Hughes of Mind The Gap Films, comedian Jim Elliott and journalist Barbara Scully were the guests on the Friday Furlong this week. Do they still do Lent? Do they still go to the library? And do they think the coronavirus is worthy of the panic?
Every Friday on The Hard Shoulder Ivan looks back at some of stories that have caught his eye over the past week. This week Comedian Jim Elliott, Bill Hughes of Mind The Gap Films and Broadcaster and Journalist Barbara Scully joined Ivan for the "Final Furlong".
This evening The Hard Shoulder was live from The Intercontinental Hotel. Jim Elliott Comedian, Bill Hughes Of Mind The Gap Films and Susan Keogh Presenter of Newstalk Breakfast joined Ivan for this evenings Final Furlong to take a look back at the stories that have got us talking over the past few days.
Newstalk's technology correspondent Jess Kelly, Irish Independent Political Editor Kevin Doyle and journalist Barbara Scully joined Mark Cagney for the Final Furlong this week. Cashless technology, emojis, Christmas family plans, sleep and more were on the agenda.
Every Friday on the show we take a look back at the stories that really got us talking over the past seven days. Joining Mark Cagney in this weeks Final Furlong Bill Hughes of Mind the Gap Film ,Susan Keogh Presenter of Newstalks Weekend Breakfast Show and Steve Cummins Comedian discuss wearing the poppy, what would you want on your coffin and climate change protesters.
On this evenings Hard Shoulder Ivan is joined by Niamh Horan Journalist, Barry Kenny Corporate Communications Manager at Iarnrod Eireann and Off The Balls John Duggan for the Friday Furlong. This week would you welcome a four day week? are hangovers an illness and what would you stock up for to prepare for a no deal Brexit.
Every Friday on the show at this time we take a look back at the stories that really got us talking over the past seven days.Comedian Steve Cummins, Former Fine Gael Justice Minister Nora Owen and broadcaster and journalist Barbara Scully joined Ivan this evening to discuss if we need a minister for women, why rowing with your husband is good for a marriage and awkward life moments.
This Friday on the final furlong Jess Kelly Newstalk Technology Correspondent, Jim Elliott Comedian and Mary O’Rourke Former Fianna Fail Minister joined Ivan for a look back at the stories this week that got us talking. This week kids at work, complaining and the modern man.
In this Fridays "Final Furlong", Andrea Gilligan is joined by Kevin Doyle, Barbara Scully and Harry McCann. This week the panel discusses the possibility of a United Ireland, International Cat Day, student accommodation and the death of traditional desserts.
In this Fridays "Final Furlong" Shane Beatty is joined by Barry Kenny, Steve Cummins and Lise Hand. This week the panel discusses talking at gigs, if you can be held back by an accent, bad driving habits and do pets really make us happy?
Every week on The Hard Shoulder we take a look back at the stories that really got us talking over the past seven days. This week we discuss Boris Johnson, nudism and dirty little secretes. Jim Elliott Comedian, Niamh Horan Journalist with the Independent and John Kelleher Producer and former director of film classification (and the Hard Shoulders very own Movie reviewer) joined Shane for this week's panel.