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The Frontline, 16th November 2009

Garrett Fitzgerald— Who’s to Blame? —- car scrappage scheme—All for you to get angry about, like the newspapers say you do. Twitter Tag: #rtefl

Dail NAMA Debate

Live from Leinster House to your desk, it’s the epochal final NAMA debate. If you missed Sen. Eoghan Harris falling asleep during yesterday’s Seanad spectacular, now’s your chance to make up. Join your host, Alexia Golez of Election.ie, for more. Twitter Tag: #NAMA

NAMA Seanad Debate

Alexia Golez, from Election.ie, has been heroically liveblogging the Seanad Debate on the NAMA Bill- with the help of the Tweeting Senators in the House.

Vincent Browne, 10th Nov 2009

The Emergency’s Joe Taylor roll onto show tonight to review the papers. Warning: There Be NAMA before him. Twitter Tag: #vinb

The Frontline, 6th Nov 2009

This week, Mary Hanafin, Minister for Social Welfare comes on to explain why the government needs people with little money to have less. Also, the author of The Lolita Effect in studio. Twitter Tag: #rtefl

Vincent Browne, 4th Nov 2009

Vincent Browne, 2nd Nov 2009

Vincent juggles firebreathing goldfish for an all UN-SecGeneral Panel. Or, as is more likely, some journalists and politicians. The fish thing is totally going to happen, though. Hashtag: #vinb

The Frontline, 2nd Nov 2009

A game of two halfs tonight: Firstly, Jack O’Connor of SIPTU, Fintan O’Toole, Susan Kelly (Tax consultant) and Moore McDowell (Economist who didn’t spot economy might collapse). Presumably the first two set upon the latter pair, with bets taken by an Indochinese bookie in the front row. Then an Interview with Noam Chomsky (linguistics expert and part time cultural critic). Pat will have been practicing his use of the phrase ‘But the reality is…’ all week. Hashtag: #rtefl

The Frontline, 2nd Nov 2009

Bang! You’ve been hard-hitted. Hashtag: #rtefl

Vincent Browne, 29th Oct 2009

It’s a return to normality tonight. I’m back in my living room and the Vincent Browne studio is populated by people you might have heard of. Pat Rabbitte TD and Michael O’Regan from the Irish Times have a bit of a wander over the hundreds of amendments and fit-ups being made with tiny hammers to the NAMA Bill. Twitter Hashtag: #vinb

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