The Mick Clifford Podcast: Ian Bailey’s poetic justice

The Mick Clifford Podcast: Ian Bailey’s poetic justice

Ian Bailey still lives under the shadow of a crime he has never stood trial for here, but was found guilty of in absentia in France. He now writes verse to battle a fear of extradition he tells Michael Clifford.

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Mick Clifford Podcast: Is Ireland still a warm house for immigrants?

Mick Clifford Podcast: Is Ireland still a warm house for immigrants?

Immigration has entered the political arena again this week with comments from Wexford by-election candidate Verona Murphy about asylum seekers.

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The Mick Clifford Podcast: The two stories that dominated the news agenda for the last week

The Mick Clifford Podcast: The two stories that dominated the news agenda for the last week

Journalist and broadcaster Alison O’Connor talks to Mick Clifford in this week’s podcast about two stories that have dominated the news agenda for the last week and will continue to do so in one form or another long into the future.

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The Mick Clifford Podcast: Should drug abuse be treated with an urgent response?

The Mick Clifford Podcast: Should drug abuse be treated with an urgent response?

In this week's podcast we spoke to Michael Guerin, a senior therapist with the Cuan Mhuire treatment group.

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Michael Clifford podcast: Michael meets up with boxer Gary O’Sullivan as a film based on his life is launched

Michael Clifford podcast: Michael meets up with boxer Gary O’Sullivan as a film based on his life is launched

New documentary ‘The Prizefighter’ charts the journey of boxer Gary O’Sullivan as he follows his dream of trying to become world champion. Michael Clifford met the man they call ‘Spike’.

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The Mick Clifford Podcast: Concern over way in which prisoner deaths being treated

The Mick Clifford Podcast: Concern over way in which prisoner deaths being treated

The body of a prisoner who died by suicide was dragged out of his cell in a highly inappropriate manner, according to a whistleblower in the prison service.

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Mick Clifford Podcast: Parents of couple who died in fire reflect on injustice which will never die

Mick Clifford Podcast: Parents of couple who died in fire reflect on injustice which will never die

A young couple died in a fire tragedy in 2002 but it would be fifteen years and another fire later before it was discovered that the building in which they died had serious defects.

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Mick Clifford Podcast: A Hard Rain’s already falling

Mick Clifford Podcast: A Hard Rain’s already falling

The environmental group Extinction Rebellion has lost faith in the willingness of government and or the capacity of conventional governments to tackle climate change.

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Mick Clifford Podcast: No country for old men

Mick Clifford Podcast: No country for old men

Ken Mayers and Tarak Kauff arrived in Ireland from the USA last March for a brief visit to assist ant-war protestors in Shannon airport.

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Michael Clifford podcast: Mr Brexit Goes To Westminister

Michael Clifford podcast: Mr Brexit Goes To Westminister

In a tumultuous week in UK politics, in which the government lost control of its Brexit agenda, we profile Boris Johnson.

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