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In the light of Halloween this weekend, Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan explains it's history, and whether we have forgotten it's roots, not to mention the meaning of many other annual holidays.
I cross to our man in Canada Ronan Segrave to discuss the brutal attack which rattled the city of Ottawa last week. The city was on lockdown for hours after Zehaf-Bibeau, a Canadian citizen, gunned down Cpl. Nathan Cirillo before firing shots in a nearby Parliament building.
I join our South African Correspondent Sharon Brink and she updates us on Oscar Pistorius, and the application for appeal to his lenient sentence for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva SteenKamp.
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It's Halloween again, and a chance to re-run the story of Stingy-Jack, written and performed by Sean McCarthy from Radio Irish in New York, and the late Bob Gallico from Radio Irish and Bonditunes. I have a small part in this little play myself!
Declan Hughes reports in from Dublin and we talk about the latest Irish protests to the impending water tax in the country.
Rachel Brunsden joins me from Melbourne to chat about the latest and endless global world of entertainment!
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I join Chris Graham, owner and editor of New Matilda, a radical online Australian newspaper which challenges MSM (MainStream Media) to offer readers the raw truth of what is REALLY going on in Australian politics and society.
I join Bob McKenzie in Dublin to discuss current topics in Irish society.