Tonight Liveblog, 12 January 2010

Below is the Liveblog hosted by for Tonight with Vincent Browne for 12th January 2010

Topic: Fine Gael-What does the party represent now?
Panelists: Nora Owen, Leo Varadkar, Kevin Rafter

Tonight Liveblog, 7 January 2010

Below is the liveblog hosted by of Tonight with Vincent Browne on the 7th of January 2010
Topic: TV3's coverage of Brian Lenihan's pancreatic cancer diagnosis
Panelists: Stephen Price, Michael Foley, Noel Whelan, Ger Colleran

Tonight Liveblog, 6 January 2010

Below is the liveblog of the Tonight with Vincent Browne programme, 6th January 2010, hosted by
Topic: Women's issues
Panelists: Ailbhe Smyth, Susan McKay, Noirin Hegarty, Lisa Marie Berry

Tonight Liveblog, 5 January 2010

Below is the liveblog hosted by of the Tonight with Vincent Browne programme from the 5th of January 2010
Topic: Unions and Industrial action, public service pay
Panelists: Blaire Horn, Claire Quinn, Jack O'Connor and Moore McDowell

Letters, Texts & Emails Thursday 26 Nov, 2009

Topic: Dublin Archdiocese Commission of Investigation Report

Panelists: Special interview with Dr. Diarmuid Martin, Marie Collins, Andrew Madden, Fr. Brendan Purcell, Patsy McGarry.

Below is a letter received by Politico followed by texts and emails received by Vincent during the programme.

Dear Vincent

Like the rest of the entire country, I am scandalised by the Murphy Report on sexual abuse in the Dublin Archdiocese and deeply sympathetic to all the victims.

Monday, 19 October 2009

Topics: Abuse of children buy swimming coaches, The homecoming of Sharon Commins, the use of the government jet to bring her back from Sudan, Enda Kenny and the abolition of the Senate.
Participants: Justine McCarthy, Gary O’Toole, Ellen O’Malley Dunlop, Catharine Halloran and John Glennon

I went to a priest house. He said to me would you go to bed with me? I didn’t tell anyone. I said you’re a sick man. I was only 11year old. He give me sweets or money

Thursday, 15 October 2009

Topics: NAMA, Brendan Drumm’s bonus
Participants: Robbie Kelleher, Peter Mathews, Paul Somerville and Fiona Looney.

Could it now be said that we live in a ' Banama Republic ? Ronan Gallagher, Lough Rinn, Mohill, Co Leitrim