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Best Dáil podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Dáil podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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ITProToday.com is a leading online source of daily news, analysis and how-to’s about the information technology industry. We help IT professionals and technology stakeholders learn about, assess and manage the acquisition of next-gen technology that drives business innovation, including — but not limited to — analytics, artificial intelligence/machine learning, cloud computing, compute engines, containers, data center operations, edge computing, hyper-converged infrastructure, the mobile-fir ...
 
W. Eugene Smith was a famous photo essayist for LIFE magazine and a suburban family man when he left it all in 1957 and moved to a rundown loft in Manhattan. The building had already become a popular hangout and jamming space for jazz players both prominent and obscure, and Smith spent the next decade documenting the music, conversations and personalities that passed through. This program, produced and hosted by Sara Fishko and originally heard as a 10-part radio series in 2009, pulls from t ...
 
Pink Mafia LGBT is a light hearted show featuring chat, news, views and reviews aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender and straight community alike. An international endeavour Produced by Edward Mark Fitzgerald on behalf of Cork City Community Radio, Ireland. If you like us, search Pink Mafia LGBT on Facebook or tweet us on @pinkmafialgbt or mail pinkmafialgbt@gmail.com - we'd love to hear from you.
 
Join members of the Social Review editorial team every week as we discuss and debate the future of socialism, analyse what's going on in the world and speak to a wide array of fantastic guests. At this time of extraordinary social and political upheaval, our mission is to explore what can be done to make the world better and fairer for all.
 
Doing it Daily is a podcast for all types of daily fantasy sports. It is our job to provide insight and additional content to help listeners succeed in their daily fantasy contests and win money every day of the week. Stay ahead of the general public by gaining sport-specific knowledge and details provided by our team and increase your chances at building a bankroll.
 
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On this episode we discuss Deputy John Jinks and his role in the short lived fifth Dáil. Despite lasting just 98 days, it was one of the most historic. As Fianna Fáil agreed to drop abstentionism and take their seats in the Dáil, the parliamentary arithmetic meant that a new government was possible. With a Labour / National League coalition agreed,…
 
There has been disagreement among TDs over whether today's Dáil sitting should have gone ahead, due to concerns about COVID-19 and health and safety.People Before Profit TD Richard Boyd Barrett has stated that "democracy needs to continue", but Fine Gael TD Jennifer Carroll MacNeill took a different view on Twitter.Social distancing is among the me…
 
Netflix's true crime documentary series Tiger King has been a big hit since its release two weeks ago.It explores the world of big cat breeding and collecting in the United States and the feuds involved.Joe O'Shea and Jennifer Gannon gave their take on the series in our weekly TV slot, and also recommended some more documentary series to watch.Joe'…
 
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, is calling for a significant stimulus plan from the government to support vulnerable businesses and help the economy recover.In a new report, the group said that the package, if fully utilised, would increase the Irish government crisis response support to the economy to about 10% of GDP, bringing Ire…
 
Many of us are feeling anxious, stressed and scared as we try to adapt to new measures to stop the spread of COVID-19.Helen Vaughan, psychotherapist with Maynooth Counselling, joined us to give some tips on minding your mental health during this challenging time.Managing relationships: try not to control the other person's behaviour, pay attention …
 
The coronavirus outbreak appears to have taken its toll on couples across China, as the country's divorce rates are reported to have increased significantly.Couples are filing for divorce in large numbers after apparently spending too much time together at home during the lockdown, and divorce lawyers in the UK and United States are bracing themsel…
 
Independent TD for Kerry Danny Healy-Rae sparked outrage with comments he made in the Dáil saying the government of China should have kept the coronavirus while thanking them for sending personal protective equipment. Treasa Murphy speaks about his comments with Angie Baily from Ballymacelligott whose husband is Chinese.…
 
We could all do with some cheering up in these uncertain times, and what better way than to watch some comedy?Brian Lloyd and Dee Molumby joined us with their recommendations for the best comedy movies available on Netflix and Amazon Prime.Dee's ChoicesComing to AmericaThis Is the EndI, TonyaSpyBrian's ChoicesLogan LuckyWhat We Do in the ShadowsA C…
 
AIB has announced that it will waive fees for its small business customers who have been affected by COVID-19.The bank said that the maintenance and transaction fees can be applied in the third quarter of the year and can be spread equally over September, October and November.But the same help is not being offered to personal current account custom…
 
The number of people on the Live Register has jumped by over 300,000 according to the latest figures from the CSO.The figures show that, by the end of March, more than half a million people were depending on some form of jobless benefit.Dan O'Brien, chief economist at the Institute of International and European Affairs and columnist with Independen…
 
This week's Culture Club inductee is one of Ireland's top thriller writers, Liz Nugent.Her latest novel, Our Little Cruelties, is available to order from Amazon and the Book Depository and can also be found in most Irish supermarkets.Liz joined us on The Last Word to discuss her favourite music, movies, books, TV and theatre.First Single: Alan Pars…
 
Dairygold recorded a 24% increase in profits last year, as its revenues passed €1 billion.The company also said its milk suppliers expanded production during the year, bringing the total output close to 1.4 billion, a 65% increase on the amount produced before milk quotas were abolished in 2014.Samantha McCaughren, business editor of the Sunday Ind…
 
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