Tonight with Vincent Browne

Tonight Liveblog, 17 June 2010

Topic:  Enda Kenny's tactics in the winning of his leadership battle. Robert Fisk also joins the panel to discuss Israeli/Palestinian relations. Guests are Sam Smyth, Shane Coleman, Jimmy Deenihan, Catherinbe Halloran and Robert Fisk.

Texts and Emails, Wednesday 16 June 2010

Topic: Bloomsday and the Dalkey Book Festival, and continuing debates on the Fine Gael Leadership Battle.

Guests: Brian Keenan, David McWilliams, Maeve Binchy, Eamon Morrissey and Harry McGee


Vincent was that Fine Gael blood I saw on Ursula Halligan's microphone?

Peter Behan, Palmerstown

Texts and E-mails Tuesday 15 June

Topic: The Saville Report, the Confidence motion in government, and Fine Gael troubles.

Guests: Michael Martin, Minister for Foreign Affairs; Jimmy Deenihan, Fine Gael; Leo Varadkar, Fine Gael; Niamh Lyons, Irish Daily Mail; Tom McGurk, Sunday Business Post.


Vincent. How very civilized Africa is today! It plays world cup football! Sick.

Mr. P.


Texts and Emails Thursday 10 June 2010

Vincent is joined by Fianna Fail Minister Pat Carey to discuss Brian Cowen's position. Also joining the discussion is Fine Gael spokesperson on education Richard Bruton, Irish Independent political editor Fionan Sheehan and Irish Times political correspondent Deaglán de Bréadún.

Kick fianna fail out and let people decide who should take over I am sick of the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer.

Texts and Emails Wednesday 9 June 2010

Topic: the Banking Inquiry Reports.

Panellists: Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan, Labour Finance Spokesperson Joan Burton, Sunday Business Post Editor Cliff Taylor, and the NUI Maynooth Professor of Corporate Governance Sandeep Gopalan.

Insider trading or what and can aneyone tell me why corthouse in dub costing € 280millon AND no bankers or politins going Trugh it.....?

Jude galway

Texts and emails, Tuesday 8 June 2010

Topic: The education system in Ireland
Panel: Kathleen Lynch (UCD), Oliver Murphy (Principal, Castleknock College), Sean Flynn (Education Correspondent, The Irish Times)

I'm so inspired by your main lady speaker from UCD.

Brenda, Limerick

Texts and Emails, Thursday 20 May 2010

Topic: Vincent discusses the issue of equality, after the publication of former Equality Authority CEO Niall Crowley's new book.

Panelists: Niall Crowley, David Quinn (Iona Institute), Anne Speed (Equality Officer, SIPTU), Gareth Robinson (Barrister specialising in Employment Law), Linda O'Shea-Farren and Sarah McInerney (Sunday Times).