Neil Francis looks ahead to this weekend's Six Nations action.
Neil Francis joins Eamon to look ahead to this year's Six Nations championship.
Mark Tighe, reporter at The Sunday Times and Newsbrands journalist of the year, talks to Eamon about the latest developments in the FAI story.
Colm Williamson, founder of Waterford Whispers News, on the business of satire.
Karl Deeter, broadcaster and financial adviser at Yes.ie, talks to Eamon about the problems in the housing market – and some possible solutions.
John Giles and Liam Brady discuss Ireland's battling draw against the Danes with Eamon, and look ahead to the Euro 2020 playoffs.
Neil Francis analyses England's big win over the All Blacks, and looks ahead to the future of Irish rugby.
Neil Francis joins Eamon to look back on a disappointing weekend for Irish rugby.
Ahead of the biggest game in Irish rugby history, Neil Francis tells Eamon why we have a chance against the All Blacks.
Neil Francis joins Eamon in the studio to discuss Ireland's win against Samoa, and Japan's victory over Scotland.
Neil Francis joins Eamon to discuss the flawed victory over Russia.
Neil Francis analyses Ireland's surprise defeat to Japan.
Mark Tighe and Kieran Cunningham talk to Eamon about the most recent developments.
Eamon is joined by Mick Clifford of the Irish Examiner to discuss the apology made to the Dail by Minister for Health Simon Harris, and the investigation into the cost overrun of the Children's Hospital project.
Eamon is joined by Neil Francis to look back at Ireland's defeat to England last weekend, and Saturday's trip to Murrayfield to take on Scotland. Plus there's big news about Sean O'Brien.
Eamon is joined by Mick Clifford of the Irish Examiner to discuss the ongoing scandal involving the construction of the National Children's Hospital and the massive budget overrun.
Eamon is joined by Neil Francis to discuss Ireland's opening 6 Nations encounter with England at the Aviva on Saturday, the tournament as a whole and the World Cup later this year.
Eamon talks to Liam Brady and John Giles about Ireland's beating in Wales and Roy Keane's future with the Irish soccer team.
Eamon Dunphy speaks to Ewan MacKenna, former Irish sportswriter of the year and journalist for Sunday Business Post and Sunday Times, about the future of the GAA.
Eamon is joined in studio by former Irish international Richard Dunne to chat about his career in football, from Home Farm to Everton, Man City to Aston Villa, his 80 caps for Ireland and much more.
In the second episode to discuss the upcoming 8th Amendment Referendum, Eamon speaks at length to Irish Times journalist Una Mullally about her belief that we need to repeal the 8th for the benefit of all citizens of Ireland, what she's learned from canvassing, and lots more.
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.
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.
Eamon is joined by Liam Brady and John Giles to discuss the 0-0 draw with Denmark on Saturday night, the second leg at the Aviva on Tuesday, and to assess the chances of qualification for the World Cup in Russia next summer.
David Hall is a campaigner, CEO of the Irish Mortage Holders Association and founder of New Beginnings, which set out to guide people through the economic crisis. He joins Eamon to dissect the origins of tracker mortgages and how Shane Ross, once poacher of Ireland's delinquent bankers has become the least vocal.
As independent socialist TD for North Dublin, Clare Daly has been one of the most effective members of the Irish government in recent times. She joins Eamon to talk about her life in politics and view on contemporary Ireland.
John Giles, Liam Brady and Eamon review Ireland's win against Moldova and preview the Ireland vs. Wales match.
Tony Connelly is the Europe Editor for RTÉ News, based in Brussels. His latest book "Brexit & Ireland: The Dangers, The Stories & The Inside Story of the Response" is available at all good book shops now.
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.
Eamon and the panel discuss philosophy, leadership and look ahead to a massive game against Serbia.
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.
Eamon is joined by Cormac Lucey, a chartered accountant, Sunday Times economics columnist and former advisor to Michael McDowell.
Mick Clifford, special correspondent at the Irish Examiner, speaks to Eamon about the task facing the Charleton Tribunal.