Naomi O'Leary, Europe correspondent with the Irish Times, talks to Eamon about immigration arguments in Europe, and the prospect of summer holidays on the continent.
Naomi O'Leary, Europe Correspondent with the Irish Times, reports from Brussels on the tension between the European Union and vaccine producer AstraZeneca.
Naomi O'Leary, Europe correspondent with the Irish Times, joins Eamon to discuss the tense final stages of the the Brexit negotiations between the EU and Britain.
Naomi O'Leary, Europe correspondent with the Irish Times, reports from Brussels.
Naomi O'Leary, Irish Times Europe Correspondent and host of the Irish Passport podcast, reports from Brussels.
Naomi O'Leary, Europe correspondent with the Irish Times and host of the Irish Passport podcast, talks to Eamon about the EU's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Naomi O'Leary, Europe correspondent for the Irish Times, tells Eamon about a dramatic new ruling the German Constitutional Court that could threaten the future of the EU.
We need to talk about the EU's cynical treatment of Ireland. Patricia McKenna joins Eamon in the studio.
Clare Daly talks to Eamon,
Patricia McKenna and Eamon discuss the most recent developments in Brexit negotiations.
Brendan O'Neill of Spiked On-line talks to Eamon.
Diarmaid Ferriter, Professor of Modern Irish History at UCD, talks to Eamon about the enduring relevance of the Irish border.
Brendan O'Neill, leading Brexit advocate, on the chaos in the House of Commons.
Patricia McKenna talks to Eamon about Ireland's mistake in backing the EU and alienating Britain.
Verona Murphy, President of the Irish Road Haulage Association, joins Eamon to discuss the implications of a no deal Brexit, and suggests that Minister for Transport Shane Ross is not doing enough to help industry prepare.
Following Theresa May's comprehensive defeat in the House of Commons, Eamon is joined by Brendan O'Neill, editor of Spiked Online, to discuss the consequences and what happens next.
As the vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal approaches, Eamon is joined by economist Jim Power to discuss the possible consequences for the Irish economy.
Eamon is joined on the line by Lara Marlowe, Paris correspondent of the Irish Times, to discuss the ongoing protests in France, and asks if President Emmanuel Macron can survive.