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The ‘Here’s How’ podcast.

Host William Campbell writes:

Do environmentalists have a blind spot?

Is there a carbon-free source of energy that could save us from climate change that we are ignoring irrationally?

Should Ireland embark on a programme of building a nuclear power stations?

Could they really provide a reliable stream of cheap, carbon-free, safe electricity? The Here’s How podcast investigates…

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Here’s How

The Here’s How podcast

Host William Campbell (right) meets Fergal Mulligan (left), Programme Director of the National Broadband Plan at the Department of Communications.

William writes:

I ask Fergal who’s getting a good deal from the National Broadband Plan. He says why he thinks  it’s ‘a hell of a deal for Ireland’…

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The ‘Here’s How’ podcast.

William Campbell meets citizen journalist Rowan Croft.

William writes:

The far-right and the alt-right are making a big impression online, but Rowan Croft says that his YouTube channel, Grand Torino, is not one of them. Is he right? As Rowan says, do your own research and decide for yourself.

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The current affairs podcast hosted by journalist William Campbell (above) looks at the relationship between RTÉ and AA Roadwatch.

It’s complicated.

William writes:

Do RTÉ adhere to their own rules?

If you have mates in Montrose, can you get soft coverage and ride roughshod over the rules governing balance and fairness on our national broadcaster?

The AA’s Conor Faughnan, Ireland’s most visible industry lobbyist has spectacular access to the RTÉ airwaves.

Is this connected to the AA paying for the staff and studios to supply AA Roadwatch traffic bulletins for RTÉ radio?

And don’t the rules prohibit registered lobbyists from sponsoring programmes anyway?

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The ‘Here’s How’ podcast.

Host William Campbell (right) meets Jamie Bryson (left), Loyalist activist and editor of UnionistVoice

William writes:

Brexit is bringing renewed talk about a United Ireland; some Unionists seem relaxed about this, but others are resolutely opposed.

Hear what Jamie has to say about the legitimacy of Stormont and any potential border poll, relations with other unionists, and [DUP Leader] Arlene Foster’s comment that she would have to leave Ulster in the event of reunification.

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Businessmen Richard Tice (left) and William Campbell

The ‘Here’s How’ podcast

Brexit special.

Host William Campbell  writes:

The Here’s How podcast is back with an in-depth questioning of the ‘Bad Boy of Brexit’, Broadsheet commenter ‘Ollie Cromwell’ British Businessman Richard Tice.

Is he making realistic promises or waiting for a herd of unicorns to arrive? Listen and decide…

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The ‘Here’s How’ podcast.

Host William Campbell (right) meets Brendan Ogle, of Right 2 Water

William writes:

The latest here’s how podcast has Brendan  debating the merits of free water while Ireland is in drought … and an analysis of commentators who jumped to label [Presidential hopeful] Gemma O’Doherty as a crank…

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The ‘Here’s How’ podcast

Host William Campbell (right) meets Labour’s Aodhán Ó Ríordáin (left), former TD, ex-junior minister and currently in the seanad.

William writes:

Labour lost 30 of their 37 TDs in the 2016 election, and on current opinion poll figures they face wipe-out at local council level in 2019. I tackle Aodhán about his record in government and his party’s prospect for the future….

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