Andy O'Donoghue talks about how property technology could help solve the housing crisis.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the United States, including Bill Cosby's trial and Brett Kavanaugh's denial of sexual assault allegations.
Colin Murphy and Denis Conway talk about their new two-part TV drama, 'The Bailout'.
Neil Francis talks about why he feels Palestinian flags should be banned from sporting fixtures.
Ian Dempsey looks back on his 20 years at Today FM.
Daniel Keohane and Fergus O'Dowd discuss Theresa May's admission that Brexit talks are an at 'impasse'.
Kate Brennan Harding and Pat Fitzpatrick discuss the stories of the week, including Katie Hopkins applying for insolvency.
Michael Sheridan and Ger Toher talk about whether it's better to buy a car in Ireland or buy an import from abroad.
Paul and Gary O'Donovan discuss their involvement in Repak's Team Green recycling initiative and their gold medal victory at the World Rowing Championships.
Esther O'Moore Donoghue and Ed Smith talk TV, including renewed speculation that Sesame Street's Bert and Ernie are a gay couple.
'Arrested Development' star David Cross talks about bringing his new stand-up show to Dublin.
Senator Lynn Ruane talks about her moving and revealing memoir, 'People Like Me'.
Larissa Nolan and John Caddell discuss the week's music news. Is Hozier's new EP any good?
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the US, including Stormy Daniels and her new tell-all book about Donald Trump.
Kathleen O'Toole discusses the future of policing in Ireland.
Peter Canavan and Ewan MacKenna discuss the issue of violence in club GAA, after the horrific injuries suffered by Sean Cavanagh in a game over the weekend.
Larissa Nolan talks about why she has her doubts about the #MeToo movement.
Should we ban photographing Gardaí in their line of duty? John Jacob, Liam Herrick and Nicola Tallant discuss.
Nick Leeson talks about his time on 'Celebrity Big Brother' and how he feels the public's perception of him may have changed.
Mark Pollack and Simone George discuss their inspirational TED talk, which has received half a million views so far.
Deirdre O'Kane and Karl Deeter discuss some of the stories that caught their eye in The Week Trending.
Sinead O'Shea talks about her documentary film 'A Mother Brings Her Son To Be Shot'.
Sean Cavanagh, former All-Ireland winner with Tyrone, talks about his autobiography 'The Obsession'.
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy talks about the new Land Development Agency and how he believes it will help the housing crisis.
Eoin O'Faogain and Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire discuss the Garda response to an occupied property in Dublin last night.
Michelle Hennessy, Alan Kelly and Stephen Teap discuss the details of the Scally report into the CervicalCheck scandal.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan discuss the death of Mac Miller and why some on social media are unfairly blaming his former girlfriend Ariana Grande.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the cancellation of Donald Trump's visit to Ireland.
Roisin Shorthall and Colm Burke discuss the leaking of Dr. Gabriel Scally's 200-page report into the CervicalCheck controversy.
Tony Cascarino and Kieran Cunningham discuss the latest developments in Roy Keane's conflict with Ireland player Harry Arter.
Paul Howard talks about the 18th installment in his Ross O'Carroll Kelly series of books.
Cliona Curley, Harry McCann and Alan Farrell discuss the survey that finds 70% of children from 8 to 13 are already on social media and messaging apps.
David Gillick talks about his new book 'Back on Track' and how he came through depression and a loss of focus following his retirement from sport.
Journalist and broadcaster Charlie Bird talks about how he overcame his struggle with dyslexia.
Breda Brown and Joe Donnelly discuss the stories that caught their eye this week.
Michael Sheridan gives his tips for buying a low-cost car.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest Donald Trump scandal, as an anonymous article by a senior official was published in the New York Times.
Are childcare costs the price you have to pay as a parent? Larissa Nolan and Dr Sheila Garrity discuss.
Jennifer Gannon and Melanie Finn discuss the week's TV news and the continuing fallout from Roxanne Pallett's 'Celebrity Big Brother' allegations.
Martin Conmey tells the story of his wrongful conviction for manslaughter in 1971, which is explored in a new TG4 documentary.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan discuss Electric Picnic and Eminem's new album in our weekly music slot.
John McColgan talks about his new TG4 documentary 'This is Palestine'.
Brenda Power and Harry McCann discuss whether expensive school tours are of any real benefit to students.
Has the #MeToo movement been counterproductive? Larissa Nolan and Cliona Sadlier discuss following Roxanne Pallett's controversial claims on Celebrity Big Brother.
Shane Foran and Robert Troy discuss what needs to be done to reduce the number of cyclists being treated for head injuries.
Aodhan O'Riordan and Charlie Flanagan discuss Donald Trump's visit to Ireland and whether or not he should be welcomed.
Helen Vaughan, psychotherapist with Maynooth Counselling, gives her tips on surviving your first year of college and overcoming emotional difficulties that might arise.
Listen back to highlights from our All-Ireland football final preview in Coppers.
Mick Clifford and Larissa Nolan discuss the stories making the news this week, including the potential end to clocks changing twice a year.
While there will be a 'no tolerance' drug policy at Stradbally this weekend. The Ana Liffey Drug Project will be on site at Stradbally
Michael Sheridan gives some tips for school run etiquette to take the pressure off the morning and afternoon rush and ease traffic jams.
John Gibbons, James McCarthy and Dr. Cara Augustenborg discuss what needs to be done about climate change.
Aoife Barry and Gordon Hayden talk TV, including the news that Holly Willoughby will replace Ant McPartlin as Declan Donnelly's co-host in Australia this year.
Lance Daly and Stephen Rea talk about their new film, 'Black 47', about the Irish famine.
Debbie Byrne, Timmy Dooley and Terry Keenan discuss the closure of 158 rural post offices and the impact this will have on communities.
John Caddell and Claire Beck look ahead to Electric Picnic and choose their must-see acts.
Andy O'Donoghue recommends the best festival tech to get you through Electric Picnic.
Following claims of racial abuse against the Rose of Tralee, Joe Loughnane and Ziz O'Beirne discuss their own experiences of racism growing up in Ireland.
Dr Ray Walley warns about the latest outbreak of measles and why vaccination is the best method of protection.
Tony Geoghegan on stepping down as chief executive of the Merchant's Quay Project, where he has spent 30 years helping drug addicts and homeless people in Dublin.
Brenda Power, David Quinn and Colm O'Gorman discuss the Pope's visit and whether there was a general feeling of indifference in Ireland.
All-Ireland winners Brian McGuigan and Kevin Hughes look back on their incredible success in the Tyrone team of the early 2000s.
Chef Derry Clarke talks about his pop-up restaurant at Electric Picnic to raise money for Pieta House and Temple Street Children's Hospital.
Kate Brennan Harding and Ian Power discuss the stories making the news this week, including a study that finds Irish women are among the biggest drinkers in the world.
Listen back to our full documentary on Pope John Paul's visit to Ireland in 1979.
Brian Lloyd and Roe McDermott choose their best films of 1979.
In the final installment of our four-part series on Pope John Paul's visit to Ireland in 1979, we look at the unspoken secrets of the Catholic Church.
Jennifer Gannon and Esther O'Moore Donoghue look back on some of the most memorable TV shows of 1979.
In the third part of our documentary series on Pope John Paul's visit to Ireland in 1979, we remember his youth mass in Galway and his visit to Knock, Co. Mayo.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss Donald Trump's reaction to the criminal charges against two of his former advisors.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan pick their favourite music of 1979.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the United States, including Madonna's 'egocentric' tribute to Aretha Franklin.
In the second part of our documentary series on Pope John Paul's visit to Ireland, we focus on the mass in the Phoenix Park, the largest gathering of Irish people ever.
Shane de Ris and John Lowe discuss the financial challenges faced by students and their parents due to university costs.
Maeve Lewis of One in Four talks about Pope Francis's apology for decades of clerical sexual abuse. Is it enough?
Our four-part documentary series looks at Pope John Paul's visit to Ireland. In the first part, we find out what Ireland was like in 1979.
Highlights from our All-Ireland hurling final preview at Coppers, featuring Jamesie O'Connor, John McIntyre, Cyril Donnellan, Gavin O'Mahony and Joe Quaid.
Actor and comedian Pat Shortt talks about his starring role in Martin McDonagh's play 'A Skull in Connemara' at the Olympia Theatre.
Breda Brown and Eoghan McDermott discuss some of the stories in the news this week, including a study that finds vaping could be more dangerous than previously thought.
Brian Lloyd and Roe McDermott discuss the casting of Jack Whitehall as Disney's first gay character and review 'The Equalizer 2' and 'Christopher Robin'.
Michael Sheridan talks about the potential impact of the drop in Sterling on imports of used cars from Britain.
Charlie Weston talks about how getting married can be financially beneficial.
Lisa Holt and Pat Fitzpatrick discuss whether it's important to establish friendships in the workplace.
Claire McGee, Beatrice Dooley and Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin debate whether the Leaving Cert in its current form is fit for purpose.
John Caddell and Larissa Nolan reflect on Aretha Franklin's music as it is announced that she is gravely ill.
Marion McKeone and Michael Walsh discuss Donald Trump's attack on former aide Omarosa, in which he called her a "dog" and a "crying lowlife".
Josepha Madigan and Ellen Coyne talk about social media as a threat to democracy and how Twitter is failing to clamp down on hate speech.
John Boyne discusses his latest novel, 'A Ladder To The Sky', and why he thinks he is doing his best work now.
Noel Rock and John O'Neill discuss Ticketmaster's decision to shut down Seatwave and how it will affect the ticketing industry.
Colm O'Gorman talks about his experience of clerical sexual abuse and why the Catholic Church needs to take responsibility ahead of the Pope's visit.
Aoife Barry and Pat Fitzpatrick discuss the stories making headlines this week, including a study which found that men increase in attractiveness up until the age of 50.
We look at some of Ireland's worst rental properties - has the rental crisis made the uninhabitable habitable?
Anthony Flynn and Eoin O'Broin discuss the homeless crisis and the case of a family who were forced to sleep in a Dublin Garda station.
Jennifer Gannon and Gordon Hayden talk TV, including the upcoming final season of 'House of Cards' which will go ahead without Kevin Spacey.
What's in the government's new health service reform plan and how does it address waiting lists? Jack Chambers, Anthony Staines and Colm Burke discuss.
John Caddell and Claire Beck discuss the latest music news, including why Mars has removed its ads from YouTube due to their objection to drill music videos.
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the latest from the US, including Trump's persistent attacks on the media.
A survey has shown that 70% of female students experience sexual harassment by the time they finish college. Charlotte McIvor and Cliona Sadlier discuss.
Caroline chats to us about her new book, 'Truth and Lies'.
She was awarded the money for having to deal with out-of-hour emails.