Fionnán Sheahan

Fionnán Sheahan is the Ireland editor of the Irish Independent.

Ep 1171: Fianna Fáil’s Identity Crisis

Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor for the Irish Independent, talks to Eamon about the fallout from the Dublin Bay South byelection.

Ep 1165: By Election Special - Will Dublin Bay South Buck the FIne Gael Trend?

Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor for the Irish Independent, talks to Eamon about tomorrow's by election and the response of the Minister for Finance to OECD moves to tackle cross-border tax avoidance.

Ep 1148: Leo’s New Vision - Authentic or Expedient?

Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor for Independent News and Media, talks to Eamon.

Ep 931: No Easy Answer to the Seamus Woulfe Puzzle

Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor of the Irish Independent, talks to Eamon about Seamus Woulfe and also Sinn Féin's no-confidence motion in Leo Varadker.

Ep 836: Covid-19 – Official Ireland Breaches Its Own Rules

Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor at the Irish Independent, talks to Eamon about the fallout from the Oireachtas Golf Society event and the resignation of Minister for Agriculture Dara Calleary.

Ep 816: October Budget A Real Test For Uneasy Coalition

Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor for The Irish Independent, talks to Eamon.

Ep 793: New Government Will Need To Show Plenty of Bottle

Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor for the Irish Independent, reports on the government formation and Taoiseach Micháel Martin's Cabinet.

Ep 784: Our Political Crisis - Micheál Martin and the Green Party Play for High Stakes

Green Party member Seán McCabe talks to Eamon about the party's divided opinion on entering coalition with Fine Gael and Fine Fáil.