John Caddell and Larissa Nolan discuss the latest music news, including Azealia Banks's air rage incident.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the United States.
Should Graham Linehan be dropped from RTE's 'Prime Time' transgender debate? Kate Shanahan, Ellen Murray and Stella O'Malley discuss.
Niamh McCarthy, Val O'Brien and James O'Driscoll tealk about life behind the scenes of Ireland's tourism industry.
Peter Cosgrove, Neil McDonnell, Allison Keating and Vanessa Tierney discuss the benefits of a flexible workplace.
Aviva Chomsky discusses the human rights violations impacting coal miners in Colombia, from where Ireland imports coal for electricity.
Caroline Casey talks about how she is trying to make businesses more inclusive through her disability inclusion campaign #valuable.
Eilish O'Carroll talks about her experience so far on 'Dancing With the Stars'.
Kate Brennan Harding and Dion Fanning discuss the stories making the news this week.
Larissa Nolan talks about life growing up in an alcoholic home.
Michael Fitzmaurice and Leo Lieghio discuss government criticism of early morning Garda checkpoints.
David Sheff talks about his son Nic's drug addiction and how their story inspired the new film 'Beautiful Boy'.
Brian Lloyd and Sarah Maria Griffin pick the best games that will be released in 2019.
Dr Ray Walley talks about the recent increase in hospital superbugs and what giving up drinking does for your body.
Should we be eating less meat? Pat McCormack and John Gibbons discuss.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan pick their favourite New York songs and discuss new music from The Cranberries on the first anniversary of Dolores O'Riordan's death.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the United States, including Donald Trump's fast food menu at a White House dinner.
Dr Eva Orsmond discusses her new book on type 2 diabetes and whether it's possible to reverse the illness.
Are parents gaming the system to get their children exemptions from learning Irish? Betty McLaughlin and Julian de Spáinn discuss.
Should the school day, or school year, be longer? Karl Deeter, Jen Hogan, Kevin Williams, Moira Leydon and Dr Sheila Garrity discuss.
Are teenagers sacrificing their online safety for popularity? Harry McCann and Stella O'Malley discuss.
David Conn, football writer for The Guardian, discusses the dire consequences of football's relationship with gambling.
Writer and performer Anne Gildea talks about overcoming cancer, her upcoming feature film and why The Nualas are coming to an end.
Alison Healy and Karl Deeter discuss the stories making the news in The Week Trending.
Jeff Bezos and his wife are divorcing, but how much of his fortune will she be entitled to? Divorce solicitor Keith Walsh gives his take.
John Carmody and JP McMahon discuss the deer cull in the Phoenix Park.
Jonathan Ruane and Tom Kochan discuss the future impact of artificial intelligence on the Irish workforce.
Ed Smith and Jennifer Gannon discuss Alan Partridge's return to TV.
Dr. Ray Walley offers advice on how to give up smoking.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan discuss the resurgence of cassettes.
The Game of Thrones actor has told fans what to expect from the final episodes
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest in the row over Donald Trump's proposed US-Mexico border wall.
How bad is the daily commute? Conor Faughnan, Leslie Shoemaker, Neil Walker, Hildegaarde Naughten, Brendan O'Sullivan and Peter Cosgrove discuss the solutions.
Lucia O'Farrell, whose son Shane was killed in a hit and run in 2011, talks about her meeting with the Garda Commissioner today.
Colin Teevan talks about his new RTE drama 'Resistance', set during the War of Independence.
Helen Vaughan explains how to achieve a good work/life balance.
Aoife Barry and Donal O'Donoghue discuss some of the stories making the news this week.
Brian Lloyd and Roe McDermott review 'The Favourite' and choose the movies they are most looking forward to in 2019.
Family law specialist Nicola McInnes discusses the divisive issue of whether dementia can be considered grounds for divorce.
Helen Vaughan talks about how to beat imposter syndrome.
Director Vincent Lambe discusses his short film 'Detainment', about the killing of two-year-old Jamie Bulger in 1993.
Dr. Ray Walley talks about fad diets and how to make healthy changes in our eating habits in the New Year.
Jennifer Gannon and Deirdre Molumby look back at the biggest Christmas TV moments and pick their must-see shows of 2019.
Charlie Weston gives his advice on how to plan your finances better in 2019.
Helen Vaughan gives her top tips for looking after your mental health in the New Year by being kinder to yourself.
We remember some of the notable deaths of 2018.
Lise Hand, Karl Deeter and Breda Brown look back on some of the big news stories of the year.
Nuala O'Connor and Diarmaid Ferriter discuss their new documentary film 'Keepers of the Flame', which delves into the War of Independence and Civil War.
Emmet Murphy and Patrick Haughey recommend the best whiskeys and gins for Christmas.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan give their guide to the best upcoming gigs of 2019.
Ed Smith and Jennifer Gannon give their guide to the best films and TV shows to watch over Christmas.
Paschal Donohoe and Lise Hand recommend their best non-fiction books of the year.
Joe Donnelly and Susan Boyle give their Christmas beer recommendations.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan pick their favourite albums of 2018.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the imminent sentencing of former Trump aide Michael Flynn.
Tomás Clancy and Ciara Leahy recommend the best wines for Christmas.
Adam O'Regan and Faye O'Rourke from Little Green Cars and Dave Hegarty from Bell X1 perform the lead single from their 'Street Lights' charity album.
Victoria Smurfit and her daughter Evie discuss their fundraising campaign for Fighting Blindness.
Kate Brennan Harding and Niall Shanahan discuss the stories making the news this week.
Brian Lloyd and Roe McDermott pick their favourite Christmas films and review the latest releases.
Russell Alford and Patrick Hanlon of GastroGays recommend some of the best cookbooks of 2018.
Cliona Sadlier, Siona Cahill, Colette Browne and Joe Herron discuss the issue of personal safety on nights out, particularly over the Christmas period.
Aoife Barry and Maria Dickenson choose their favourite fiction books of the year.
Jackie Fox, whose daughter Nicole died as a result of bullying, talks about the impact online shaming has on people's lives.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan choose some of their favourite Shane McGowan songs.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the United States, including Trump's threat to shut down the government if his border wall is not funded.
Niamh Briggs and Michael Foley recommend the best sports books of 2018.
Harry McCann, Brenda Power, Eunan McKinney and Con Cremin discuss whether teenagers should be drinking at home over Christmas.
Stella O'Malley talks about her Channel 4 documentary 'Trans Kids: It's Time To Talk' and her own experience of gender dysphoria while growing up.
Eoghan McDermott and Sarah Maria Griffin discuss Kevin Hart's decision to step down as Oscars host over homophobic tweets.
Roe McDermott and Deirdre Molumby review 'The Old Man And The Gun' and 'Sorry To Bother You', and Ed Guiney reacts to the Golden Globe nominations for 'The Favourite'.
Are Advent Calendars damaging our children's health? Joanna Da Silva and Jen Hogan discuss.
Jennifer Gannon and Ed Smith discuss the week's TV, including 'I'm A Celebrity' and the unexpectedly early exit of Noel Edmonds.
Jonathan Haidt talks about his book 'The Coddling Of The American Mind' and how parents have become too over-protective of their children.
Clare Daly and John Cuffe discuss overcrowding in our prisons and how to combat it.
Larissa Nolan and John Caddell discuss the banning of 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' and which other songs might be banned under the same standards.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the United States, including the possibility that Bernie Sanders may run for the presidency again in 2020.
Lisa Fallon and Ewan MacKenna discuss the issue of sexism in sport.
Aoife Barry and John Caddell discuss the decision of some radio stations to ban 'Baby, It's Cold Outside'.
Michael Dowling, Eilis Ryan, Mel Reynolds, Oisin Hassan and Karl Deeter discuss how people are being priced out of the housing market.
Actor and writer Emmet Kirwan talks about bringing 'Dublin Oldschool' back to the stage.
Karl Deeter and Claire Grady discuss some of the stories making the news this week.
Michael Sheridan discusses end of life vehicles and how to dispose of them appropriately.
Michael Moynihan talks about his book 'Crisis and Comeback' about how Cork hit rock bottom in the 1980s and bounced back again.
Noeline Blackwell and Jim O'Callaghan discuss whether the public should be entitled to know the identity of registered sex offenders.
Channel 4 journalist Lindsey Hilsum talks about 'In Extremis', her biography of friend and war correspondent Marie Colvin.
Jennifer Gannon and Ed Smith talk TV, including Shane Lynch's memorable Late Late Show moment last week.
Daire Ni Chanain and Noreen O'Neill talk about why they believe medicinal cannabis should be widely available.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan discuss the latest music news, including Shane Lynch's behaviour during Boyzone's Late Late Show appearance.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the United States, including the use of tear gas on migrants trying to cross the US-Mexico border.
Colin O'Gara, Aaron Rogan, David Hickson, Rob Hartnett and Lynn Boylan discuss the proliferation of gambling in Ireland and what can be done about it.
Conor Brady talks about his new novel 'In The Dark River'.
Breda Brown and Niall Shanahan discuss the stories making the news in The Week Trending.
Michael Sheridan talks about the dangers of quad bikes and scramblers.
Would a four-day working week be better? Kevin Callinan and John Barry discuss.
Martin Conway and Darragh O'Brien discuss what needs to be done about vandalism, as the Hauntings Soldier sculpture in St Stephen's Green was targeted last night.
Andy O'Donoghue, Pamela Joyce, Ziz O'Beirne and Gearóid Farrelly recommend some of the best fitbits, watches, cameras and smart home devices.
Andy O'Donoghue and Alison Healy recommend the best tablets, phablets and phones.
Brian Lloyd and Sarah Maria Griffin recommend some of the best retro games of 2018.
Andy O'Donoghue, Aoife Barry and Patrick Haughey recommend the best TVs, speakers and headphones you can buy this Christmas.