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Eamon Lynch talks to Eamon about the contenders and the continuing feud between Bruce Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau.
Economist Jim Power talks to Eamon about the potential impact of the changes to Corporate Tax rates approved by the G20.
Chris Johns talks to Eamon about events surrounding England's Euro2020 final.
Robert was one of the great journalists, a brave and passionate man, totally committed to truth and justice. May he rest in peace. — Eamon
Robert Fisk talks to Eamon about growing moves by Israel to annex the West Bank.
Robert Fisk, Middle East reporter for the Independent, talks to Eamon about Trump's plan for peace in Israel, and the fallout from the killing of Iranian general Kassem Suleimani.
The legendary foreign correspondent talks to Eamon about the legacy of Bush and Blair in the Middle East, America's dark days under Trump, and the role of the media today.
Eamon is joined in studio by journalist and writer Robert Fisk to discuss Donald Trump, what his election says about American politics, as well as Brexit, the middle-east and more.
Eamon is joined by journalist Robert Fisk to talk about the crisis in Syria, Donald Trump, and the ongoing issues in the Middle East.
Eamon Dunphy is joined by the great journalist and foreign correspondent Robert Fisk. Part 2 is available Monday, 15 January on iTunes and SoundCloud.
As a former professional and international soccer player Eamon was capped 23 times for Ireland. He has been a writer and broadcaster for over 40 years and written five best selling books including an early memoir Only a Game?, U2’s biography Unforgettable Fire, Sir Matt Busby’s biography A Strange Kind of Glory, Roy Keane’s autobiography Keane, and most recently his own memoir, The Rocky Road.
As a newspaper columnist Eamon has written for a number of newspapers, most notably the Irish Daily Star and the Sunday Independent. He was a contributor to RTÉ’s soccer panel for 40 years and was the editor and presenter of the drivetime radio show The Last Word for five years in the newly established Radio Ireland (now Today FM). Eamon launched The Stand in November 2016.
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Tomás Ryan talks to Eamon about the challenges presented by the new Delta Variant.
Paul Moynagh, Professor of Immunology and Director of the Kathleen Lonsdale Institute for Human Research at Maynooth University, talks to Eamon about the state's approach to antigen testing.
Chris Johns joins Eamon to discuss inflation, debt, and Bitcoin.
As a writer, reporter, and activist, Eamonn McCann has spent decades on the frontlines of the conflicts in Northern Ireland.
Eamonn McCann talks to Eamon about the campaign to get justice for ten people murdered by the British Army in West Belfast in 1971, and what Boris Johnson's response to this week's findings can tell us about the British attitude to Northern Ireland.
Eamonn McCann talks to Eamon about the violent unrest seen in Belfast over the last week.
Journalist Eamonn McCann talks to Eamon.