Aidan Regan is an Associate Professor at the School of Politics and International Relations at University College Dublin.
We chat about what this pandemic likely means financially & politically, locally & internationally...and why solidarity is needed now more than ever.
We also chat about where money comes from and what happened in Ireland in the late 60s/early 70s when banks went on strike and people took to the pubs.
Shane Supple is a former professional footballer who played for Ipswich Town in the UK Championship before quitting the game aged 22 after becoming disillusioned with the culture in the game.
He returned to Ireland playing GAA with his local club St Brigids and the Dublin senior football team before returning to play with Bohemian FC 6 years later earning a call up to the Irish International Team.
We chat to him about the role of money in sport, in particular football, and how he found contentment playing local sports in Dublin without huge financial rewards.
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Donnacha Ó Beacháin is Associate Professor at the School of Law and Government, Dublin City University (DCU) where he lectures on post-Soviet politics, Irish studies, foreign policy and unrecognised states.
We chat to him about unrecognised states, why they exist, what it's like to live there and why the world won't give them recognition.
A chat with PJ Gallagher