My appearance as guest on The Sunday Supplement on Today FM is now up for those who want to listen back.
You can hear the show by clicking here.
Yesterday, I featured on The Last Word with Matt Cooper on Today FM to discuss public service reform and the Croke Park Agreement. Also on the panel was independent Paul Somerville.
To listen, click here and select Part 2 of the Last Word. The discussion begins at 41.30.
Over the weekend, I was on both RTE Radio1 and Today FM. On Saturday, I was on the Saturday View panel with Rachael English. My fellow contributors were Minister Pat Carey, Fionnan Sheehan of the Irish Independent, UCD Lecturer Karl Whelan and barrister Suzanne Kelly. The budget cuts and impending byelections were the main topics of conversation. To listen again, click here.
On Sunday, I joined Sam Smyth on Today FM along with Minister of State Mary White and Cathal Lee of the Construction Industry Federation. Click here for the show in full again.
Yesterday morning, I was part of the panel for The Dunphy Show on Newstalk. Other panelists were Minister of State, Conor Lenihan, editor of the Star newspaper, Ger Colleran and the editor of thejournal.ie Jennifer O’Connell.
Up for discussion were the events of the week including the fallout from the Taoiseach’s Morning Ireland interview.
You can listen to the show in full on the Newstalk website by clicking here, or by downloading the podcast from iTunes.
Last night I appeared on RTE Radio 1’s Current Affairs show, ‘The Late Debate’ with Rachael English. Up for discussion were the current state of the Greek economy and our own situation, protecting children and Gordon Brown.
You can listen to the show in full again by clicking here.
I was on the panel for The Sunday Supplement on Today FM at the weekend. My fellow panellists were Lucinda Creighton TD of Fine Gael and UCD lecturer Moore McDowell. The programme was dominated by the events in Antrim the previous night.
You can listen to the show in full by clicking here.
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