Podcast

The Last Word with Matt Cooper

On Ireland's most cutting edge current affairs show, Matt and his guests provide a running stream of intelligent opinions and heated debates on the issues that matter most to Irish listeners. You might not always agree, but you'll never want to miss a Word.

Episodes

  • Culture Club - Frances Black

    Jan 20 2021

    This week's Culture Club inductee is singer and founder of The RISE Foundation, Senator Frances Black. She joined Matt to talk about her favourite music, plays, movies, books, TV shows and podcasts. First Single Ever Bought: Minnie Riperton - Lovin' You Favourite Albums: James Taylor - Mud Slide Slim, Paul Simon - Still Crazy After All These Years Best Gig: James Taylor in the Point Depot Favourite Play: Jimmy's Hall Favourite Movie: The Shawshank Redemption Favourite Book: Truth in the Night by...more

  • Joe Biden Inaugurated As 46th President Of The United States

    Jan 20 2021

    Joe Biden has been sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. In his speech, Biden called for unity and vowed to be a president "for all Americans". Donald Trump, meanwhile, issued a number of last-minute pardons in the final hours of his presidency, among them his disgraced former senior adviser Steve Bannon. In his farewell address, Trump told supporters that "the movement we started is only just beginning". Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone joined us to discuss the inauguration, whether...more

  • Former FBI Director James Comey Says He’s Emotional And Full Of Tremendous Relief

    Jan 20 2021

    Former FBI director James Comey was fired by Donald Trump in the early months of his presidency. He last appeared on The Last Word following the publication of his first book, The Comey Rule, and he now has a new book out called Saving Justice. He joined us again on the show to discuss the book, the inauguration of Joe Biden, how America will recover from Trump's presidency and how he felt about his portrayal in the TV adaptation of The Comey Rule. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/...more

  • How To Save Money On Your Broadband, Mortgage And Insurance

    Jan 20 2021

    The New Year is an ideal time to consider switching phone, broadband, electricity, mortgage or insurance providers. Charlie Weston, personal finance editor with the Irish Independent, joined us last week to explain how you can save money on your phone and energy bills. This week he returned to cover broadband, mortgages and insurance. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/20170523/LW-Broadband.mp3"][/audio]

  • The Best Alternatives To WhatsApp If You Have Privacy Concerns

    Jan 19 2021

    WhatsApp has delayed its new privacy policy for several months after many users expressed concern about how much of their data would be shared with Facebook. Although the company has since stressed that groups and messages will continue to be protected with end-to-end encryption, the initial confusion resulted in millions of users signing up for alternative apps. Andy O'Donoghue joined us for Tech Tuesday to recommend some of the best alternatives to WhatsApp if you have privacy concerns, includ...more

  • Mainstream Renewable Power Sold To Norwegian Company For €1 Billion

    Jan 19 2021

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  • What Can We Expect From Joe Biden's Inauguration?

    Jan 19 2021

    Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States tomorrow. Donald Trump, meanwhile, will become the first president in a century not to attend his successor's inauguration. Instead he has announced plans for an alternative presidential send-off on the same day. Strict security arrangements are in place for the inauguration following the riots that took place at the Capitol building earlier this month. Cal Thomas and Larry Donnelly joined us for our weekly US slot to preview ...more

  • 'We Need To Get To 10 Cases A Day To Exit Lockdown'

    Jan 19 2021

    Although the number of COVID-19 cases in Ireland has fallen in recent days, the situation remains worrying with over 200 people now in intensive care. It seems highly likely that the Cabinet will consider an extension of Level 5 restrictions beyond the end of January, but how low do cases need to be before we can realistically exit lockdown? Dr. Tomás Ryan, Associate Professor in the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin, Fianna Fáil Senator Timmy Dooley and Monaghan GP...more

  • 'Frightening' Rise In Online Gambling During COVID-19

    Jan 19 2021

    An addiction treatment centre in Limerick has reported a "frightening" rise in problems created by online gambling during the COVID-19 pandemic. Michael Guerin, a senior counsellor at Cuan Mhuire, said the centre has experienced a 50% increase in the number of people contacting them for help in recent months. Meanwhile recent figures on adolescent gambling habits from the European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs for 2019 showed that Irish 16-year-olds have significantly higher r...more

  • Should COVID-Related Tax Bills Be Scrapped?

    Jan 18 2021

    Revenue has issued tax bills to 420,000 people who were on the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme or the Pandemic Unemployment Payment last year. The total amount of tax owed comes to €458 million. However, Labour has called on Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe to scrap these COVID-related tax bills. Should this happen? Ged Nash, Labour Party spokesman on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Norah Collender, Professional Tax Leader at Chartered Accountants Ireland, joined us with more on this i...more

  • Parcel Delays From UK Websites Could Last For Months

    Jan 18 2021

    Irish customers who have ordered items from the UK are facing further disruption, with parcel delivery delays set to continue in the coming months. The freight industry has warned of "huge disruption" to supply chains in the wake of Brexit, while consumers are now also being hit with customs charges and VAT when receiving parcels from the UK. Ciara Leahy, Consumer Editor of the Irish Farmers Journal, and Eugene Drennan, president of the Irish Road Haulage Association, joined us to discuss this. ...more

  • Jabs For The Boys: Calls For Vaccination Minister As Politicians Interfere In The Rollout

    Jan 18 2021

    There have been calls for a dedicated vaccination minister to oversee the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. It comes after a number of politicians were reported to have influenced who should get the vaccine first. Fianna Fáil TD Jackie Cahill claims to have secured 40 vaccines for Nenagh Hospital after staff complained that they had been overlooked, while Housing Minister Darragh O'Brien said he had helped ensure remaining vaccinations for Dublin Fire Brigade were undertaken. When asked by the Irish Dai...more

  • We've Had 10 Months To Prepare: Why Is The Worldwide COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout So Slow?

    Jan 18 2021

    The world has spent the last 10 months preparing for the availability of a COVID-19 vaccine. But with this in mind, why has the global vaccine rollout been so slow? Many countries have not yet started their vaccination programmes, while others have struggled with sceptical populations. Clara Ferreira Marques, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist based in Hong Kong, joined us to give her view on the situation. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/18164121/LW-Clara-Ferrera.mp3"][/audio]...more

  • BBC Comedy Back To Life Takes Netflix By Storm

    Jan 15 2021

    The BBC's black comedy Back to Life tells the story of a woman who has just been released from prison after an 18-year sentence. Although critics loved it when it originally aired in 2019, it didn't attract high viewing figures. However, the show has enjoyed a new lease of life on Netflix, making its way into the Top Ten since landing on the streaming platform two weeks ago. As a result, there may be a second season on the way. Joe O'Shea and Jennifer Gannon joined us for our weekly TV slot to d...more

  • What Legacy Will Melania Trump Leave As First Lady?

    Jan 15 2021

    Melania Trump is preparing to leave the White House as her husband's presidency comes to an end next week. Her time as First Lady has been marred by controversy, though for the most part she managed to avoid the media spotlight while Donald Trump took centre stage. But what sort of legacy will she leave behind? Marion McKeone joined us to evaluate Melania's last four years. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/15174309/LW-Melania-Trump.mp3"][/audio]  

  • What Will New Remote Working Laws Mean For You?

    Jan 15 2021

    New laws have been announced which will make working from home a permanent option for those who want it. The Remote Work Strategy will give employees a legal right to ask to work remotely. They will also be entitled to take a case to the Workplace Relations Commission if the request is refused by their employer and they are unhappy with the reasons given. What exactly will these laws mean and will we see more people working from home post-pandemic? We discussed this with Maeve McElwee, Director ...more

  • Vogue Williams Calls St Barts Trip 'Work' As She Denies Flouting Tier 4 Rules

    Jan 15 2021

    Vogue Williams has denied flouting Tier 4 rules in the UK by visiting the Caribbean island of St Barts. She and her family, who live in London, were seen there in December just days after she had expressed her disappointment at not being able to fly home to Ireland for Christmas. But after being criticised on Instagram, she told her followers that the St Barts trip had been for work purposes and that she had been tested for COVID-19 before travelling. Brianna Parkins and Ian Power discussed this...more

  • How Has 'Sex And The City' Aged In The Years Since It First Aired?

    Jan 14 2021

    After six seasons, 94 episodes, a prequel and two movies, Sex and the City is back. A reboot of the original series has been announced, featuring all of the original stars except for Kim Cattrall. It will consist of 10 half-hour episodes and will be titled And Just Like That... The series will launch on HBO Max, with production beginning this spring. But is there any need for a reboot? How has the show aged since it originally aired? Lise Hand, Larissa Nolan and Roe McDermott joined us to discus...more

  • RTÉ Lost €7.2 Million In 2019, According To Annual Figures

    Jan 14 2021

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  • Leo Varadkar On The Need For A 32-County Approach To Fighting Covid

    Jan 14 2021

    As of this week, all international travellers arriving in Ireland will need to have a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within the previous three days. Tánaiste Leo Varadkar wants a similar plan to be introduced north of the border, and is calling on Sinn Féin to encourage its partners in government in the Stormont Assembly to change policy. He joined us on The Last Word to discuss the need for a 32-county approach to the pandemic, the vaccination rollout, the economy and more. [audio mp3="https:...more

  • Why Vitamin D Could Help In The Fight Against COVID-19

    Jan 14 2021

    There is a growing body of evidence which suggests that vitamin D deficiency could be linked with developing a more severe case of COVID-19. Scientists have suggested that vitamin D supplements can reduce the risk of death from COVID-19 in older patients by as much as seven times. The Department of Health is advising that people who are self-isolating or unable to go outside should consider taking a daily vitamin D supplement. Dr Doireann O'Leary, health blogger and Cork GP, joined us for our we...more

  • Culture Club - Mary Lou McDonald

    Jan 13 2021

    This week's Culture Club inductee is Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald. She spoke to Matt about her favourite music, movies, books and TV shows. Favourite Album: John Lennon - Shaved Fish Favourite Bands/Artists: John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Phil Lynott, Nina Simone, Dusty Springfield, ABBA Best Gig: Bruce Springsteen at the RDS, 1980s Favourite Movies: Calamity Jane, anything by Woody Allen, A Beautiful Mind Favourite Books: The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger Favo...more

  • The Happy Pear On Improving Your Health Through A Plant-Based Diet

    Jan 13 2021

    The Happy Pear, also known as Stephen and David Flynn, are among the most successful people to have come out of the food business in Ireland in recent years. The brothers have 550,000 Instagram followers, 465,000 YouTube subscribers and 42,000 Twitter followers, and roughly 50,000 people around the world have now completed a Happy Pear online course. Their new recipe book, The Happy Health Plan, was compiled in collaboration with medical experts and focuses on how to improve different aspects of...more

  • Mother And Baby Home Survivors Seek Restorative Justice After Taoiseach's "Premature" Apology

    Jan 13 2021

    Taoiseach Micheál Martin has delivered an apology to the survivors of mother and baby homes and county homes. Speaking in the Dáil, he apologised on behalf of the State for what he called "the profound generational wrong visited upon Irish mothers and their children". The Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation published its final report yesterday, which revealed that about 9,000 children died in the 18 homes under investigation. Conall Ó Fátharta, lecturer at NUIG and a journalist who...more

  • How To Save Money On Your Phone and Energy Bills

    Jan 13 2021

    The New Year is an ideal time to consider switching phone, broadband, electricity or mortgage providers to get the best deals. But how much money can you save, and what's the best way to go about it? Charlie Weston, personal finance editor of the Irish Independent, joined us with some tips, focusing particularly on phone and energy bills. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/13170416/LW-Switching-Providers.mp3"][/audio]

  • Homeschooling During Lockdown? Here's The Tech You Need

    Jan 12 2021

    Schools are closed again due to COVID-19, meaning many parents are now back to homeschooling their kids. But what kind of tech do you need to get the job done? Andy O'Donoghue joined us for Tech Tuesday with some advice on the best laptops, tablets and Wi-Fi options for parents and children. He also talked us through some of the new products unveiled at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, including a smart bath, transparent TV and rollable phone. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads...more

  • Irish Banks Team Up To Develop Payment App To Rival Revolut

    Jan 12 2021

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  • Trump Admits To Being Partially Responsible For Capitol Riot

    Jan 12 2021

    Donald Trump has admitted to being partially responsible for last week's US Capitol riot, according to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. McCarthy spoke with the president by phone on Monday and relayed his comments to fellow Republicans. However, it was reported that Trump blamed "Antifa people" for the riot during the same phone conversation, and he has since told reporters that "people thought what I said was totally appropriate". Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discussed this and more in ou...more

  • Mother And Baby Report: Survivor Says Illegally Adopted People "Thrown Under Bus"

    Jan 12 2021

    The Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation has produced its final report detailing the experiences of women and children who lived in 14 mother and baby homes and four county homes between 1922 and 1998. The report confirms that 9,000 children died in the 18 homes under investigation, amounting to about 15% of all children who were in these institutions. But survivors have argued that the report is incomplete. Paul Redmond from the Coalition of Mother and Baby Home Survivors, who is a...more

  • Is COVID-19 About To Shut Down Elite Sport Again?

    Jan 11 2021

    With COVID-19 cases on the increase in Ireland and across Europe, where does this leave elite sport over the next few months? Premier League football, Six Nations and Champions Cup rugby, the National Hurling and Football Leagues and this year's Cheltenham festival are all under threat, as well as the Olympic Games which were already postponed, having been originally due to take place last summer. Miguel Delaney, Chief Football Writer with The Independent, Brendan Fanning, Rugby Correspondent wi...more

  • School Closures: Disadvantaged And Special Needs Children Have Been "Left Out Of The Narrative"

    Jan 11 2021

    Advocacy groups have urged Education Minister Norma Foley to reopen schools for 18,000 children with special needs this month. The country's 4,000 schools are scheduled to remain closed until the end of January at the earliest, but there are concerns that this could go on longer. Niamh Murray, principal of Rutland Street National School in Dublin 1, told The Last Word that disadvantaged and special needs pupils have been "left out of the narrative". She was joined by Suzanne Connolly, CEO of Bar...more

  • Was Twitter Right To Ban Donald Trump?

    Jan 11 2021

    Twitter has permanently suspended Donald Trump's account due to "the risk of further incitement of violence". It comes days after groups of Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol building in Washington. But is it the right move from Twitter, or is it suppression of free speech? Áine Kerr, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Kinzen, and Peter Geoghegan, author of Democracy for Sale, joined us to debate this. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/11180534/LW-Trump-Twitter.m...more

  • Why We Shouldn't Vaccinate People Who've Had COVID-19

    Jan 11 2021

    There is frustration with the pace of Ireland's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, particularly compared to other EU countries. Kingston Mills, professor of experimental immunology at Trinity College Dublin, suggested in an Irish Times article over the weekend that we should consider not vaccinating people who have recovered from COVID-19 while vaccine stocks are limited. This is because these people can be considered to have antibodies. Kingston joined us on The Last Word to discuss the issue. [audio mp...more

  • RTÉ To Remove Controversial God Sketch From Player

    Jan 08 2021

    RTÉ is to remove a controversial TV sketch from the RTÉ Player after its Editorial Standards Board found it caused "undue offence". The sketch, which was shown on RTÉ's New Year's Eve Countdown, showed a mocked-up news report claiming God had been arrested over "sexual harassment scandals". It drew complaints from some members of the public, who called it offensive and blasphemous. In a statement, RTÉ said the sketch did not afford "due respect" for religious beliefs and that, despite being sati...more

  • Will The Leaving Cert Take Place This Summer?

    Jan 08 2021

    The government has reversed its decision to allow schools to reopen for Leaving Cert students amid increasing concerns from teachers. Education Minister Norma Foley confirmed in a statement last night that all schools would remain closed from Monday. But as last year's Leaving Cert was cancelled due to COVID-19, will the 2021 exams actually take place this summer? Norma Foley joined us on The Last Word to explain what the current plans are. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/...more

  • Could Lack Of HSE Technology Affect The COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout?

    Jan 08 2021

    The HSE has confirmed that 15,000 people have received the COVID-19 vaccine so far. However, it's been reported that there are some issues which could potentially affect rollout of the vaccine. According to the Irish Daily Mail, HSE staff are writing personal information of people receiving the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine on paper before inputting it on a computer system. The HSE is also in talks with the Defence Forces about drafting in army personnel to administer the vaccine and alleviate mountin...more

  • The Week Trending - Donald Trump Says He Won't Attend Biden's Inauguration

    Jan 08 2021

    Donald Trump has said he won't attend Joe Biden's inauguration on 20 January. He confirmed the news in a tweet, hours after promising a peaceful transition of power. Meanwhile House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove Trump from office, after he incited "an armed insurrection against America" as his supporters stormed the Capitol on Wednesday. She warned that if Trump is not removed, Congress will begin impeachment proceedings. Aoi...more

  • How Do You Know If You Have COVID-19?

    Jan 07 2021

    As we enter another lockdown, COVID-19 cases are rapidly increasing. But how do you know if you have it? What are the signs you need to look out for, and how do you go about getting a test? Dr Doireann O'Leary, health blogger and Cork GP, joined us for our weekly health slot to discuss this. She also explained what to do if you're feeling unwell for reasons other than COVID-19, and when you might need to visit your GP. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/07182730/LW-GPs.mp3"][...more

  • Ireland Brought Close To Power Cuts Due To Electricity Shortage

    Jan 07 2021

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  • Joe Biden Certified As US President Hours After Capitol Stormed By Trump Supporters

    Jan 07 2021

    The United States Congress has certified Joe Biden as president, hours after a large group of Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol. Trump released a video in which he repeated his claims that the election was fraudulent. He also praised the rioters, calling them "very special". He has since been banned from Facebook and Instagram until 20 January, while Twitter suspended his account for 12 hours. There have now been calls for Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment and remo...more

  • Schools To Defy Government Request To Reopen For Leaving Cert Students

    Jan 07 2021

    Primary and secondary schools are to remain closed until at least February, but Leaving Cert students will be asked to attend for three days a week from Monday. However, the Teachers' Union of Ireland is calling for these plans to be paused, arguing that an "unprecedented number" of teachers have expressed fears about physically returning to work from 11 January. The TUI also says schools were not given enough notice and therefore are not prepared for the attendance of 61,000 Leaving Cert studen...more

  • Culture Club - Maria Walsh

    Jan 06 2021

    Over the next four weeks, we're inviting some of Ireland's most prominent politicians to join The Last Word's Culture Club. This week's guest is Fine Gael MEP and 2014 Rose of Tralee, Maria Walsh. She joined Matt to talk about her favourite music, movies, TV shows, books and plays. First Single Ever Bought: The Spice Girls - Wannabe Favourite Bands/Musicians: The Whileaways, Dixie Chicks, Xavier Rudd, Macklemore, Greg Holden Favourite Album: Dixie Chicks - Home Best Gig: Dixie Chicks at the 3Are...more

  • Reaction: Schools To Partially Open And Construction To Partially Close

    Jan 06 2021

    The Cabinet has agreed new COVID-19 restrictions which will see schools closed and construction halted until at least the end of the month. Most primary and secondary schools will remain closed until 31 January, but Leaving Cert students will be asked to attend for three days a week. Non-essential construction will stop this Friday at 6pm, but essential work on health projects, schools and social housing will be allowed to continue. Childcare services will continue for children of essential work...more

  • Record Numbers In Hospital With COVID-19 As Pressure On System Grows

    Jan 06 2021

    Record numbers of people are now in hospital with COVID-19, with HSE Chief Executive Paul Reid saying that Ireland has exceeded the peak level of the first wave. As of today there are 921 people in hospital, compared to 817 yesterday. There are 88 people in intensive care units, which is around half of the peak in April. Priscilla Lynch, clinical editor of the Medical Independent, and Daniel McConnell, political editor of the Irish Examiner, joined us to discuss the growing pressure on hospitals...more

  • Thousands Of Workers Due To Get Covid Tax Bill Next Week

    Jan 06 2021

    Thousands of workers who were on the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme and the Pandemic Unemployment Payment last year are expected to receive their tax bills next week. Some of these bills could amount to more than €1,000. Charlie Weston, personal finance editor of the Irish Independent, joined us to discuss this. He also talked about why more than a million health insurance customers are facing higher premiums when they renew their policies in the coming weeks. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.n...more

  • Remembering Gerry And The Pacemakers Star, Gerry Marsden

    Jan 05 2021

    Gerry Marsden, lead singer of Liverpool band Gerry and the Pacemakers, has died at the age of 78. As contemporaries of The Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers were a key part of the 1960s Merseybeat music scene. They were best known for their version of 'You'll Never Walk Alone', the anthem of Liverpool Football Club, and their other hits included 'How Do You Do It?' and 'Ferry Cross the Mersey'. John Caddell and Dee Reddy remembered him and Bagatelle singer Liam Reilly, who also passed away, in o...more

  • House Prices Set To Surge In 2021 As Too Many Buyers Chase Too Few Properties

    Jan 05 2021

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  • Democrats Want FBI To Open Criminal Investigation Into Trump's Georgia Phone Call

    Jan 05 2021

    There have been calls for the FBI to investigate Donald Trump's phone conversation with Georgia's Secretary of State. Trump was recorded pressuring Brad Raffensperger and other state officials to overturn Joe Biden's presidential election victory. Two Democrats have now asked the FBI to open a criminal investigation, believing that Trump "engaged in solicitation of, or conspiracy to commit, a number of election crimes". Meanwhile it's polling day in Georgia, with two runoff elections set to deci...more

  • Working From Home Again? Tips To Make It Easier

    Jan 05 2021

    With the country back in lockdown, many people are readjusting to working from home after a period of being back in the office. Others have been working from home since the beginning of the pandemic, but may still find it challenging. Helen Vaughan, psychotherapist and owner of Maynooth Counselling, joined us with some advice on making the experience easier. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/05172412/LW-Working-From-Home.mp3"][/audio]

  • What You Need To Know If You're A New Drone Owner

    Jan 05 2021

    Did Santa bring you a drone for Christmas? If so, new regulations were introduced this week that you'll need to be aware of. Any drone weighing over 250g, or any drone with a camera or sensor, now needs to be registered with the Irish Aviation Authority. Andy O'Donoghue joined us for Tech Tuesday to explain the new rules and recommend some of the best drones you can buy. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/01/05164512/LW-Drones.mp3"][/audio]