Rory Hearne, Assistant Professor of Social Policy in Maynooth University, talks to Eamon.
Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, joins Eamon to discuss the current housing crisis and the impact of Covid-19 on fiscal planning.
Karl Deeter, housing expert and financial advisor with Yes.ie, talks to Eamon about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on our cities and their housing markets.
Karl Deeter, broadcaster and financial adviser at Yes.ie, talks to Eamon about the problems in the housing market – and some possible solutions.
Harry Crosbie talks to Eamon about recovery from the Crash.
Eamon is joined by Karl Deeter of Irish Mortgage Brokers, and writer and journalist Ian Maleney, to discuss.
Eamon is joined by Karl Deeter of Irish Mortgage Brokers for the latest on the housing crisis and possible solutions.
Eamon is joined by Karl Deeter of Irish Mortgage Brokers to look at the issue of housing in Ireland, and why perhaps all is not quite as as cut and dry as it seems.
Alice Leahy is Director of Services at the Alice Leahy Trust - a non-judgemental, befriending, social and health service for people who are homeless. She tells Eamon about her life in that service, how and why things are worse than ever, and what needs to be done about it.
Eamon is joined by Father Peter McVerry to talk about his tireless crusade for the homeless of Ireland and his growing despair at the government's response.
Financial advisor and analyst Karl Deeter talks about 'This Book is Worth €25,000', the book he co-wrote with Charlie Weston. He also talks about coping with the housing crisis.
Brendan Ogle is the education and political officer in the Unite Trade Union and one of the most formidable activists on the left of Irish politics. He joins Eamon to discuss his life as a trade unionist and the current state of Irish politics.
Professor Michelle Norris is Head of School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice at UCD. She joins Eamon on the podcast to discuss the ongoing housing crisis in Ireland.
Ronan Lyons is an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at Trinity College Dublin and an economist at Daft.ie where he conducts extensive research into the Irish property market. He joins Eamon to discuss the situation facing renters, first time buyers and homeowners in the current housing crisis and what the government could be doing to remedy it.