Time and time again we hear of the horrific abuse survivors faced at the hands of the Catholic Church. Is it time that the people who knew this abuse was going on should be held criminally accounted for? Niall talks to Paul who was raped and sexually abused at the […]
Eve McDowell, co-founder of Stalking Ireland, joins Niall on air. Eve is campaigning for the Department of Justice to introduce a stalking offence in Ireland. Eve speaks about her horrific experiences she faced with a man who was stalking her. She is campaigning for legislation to prevent other people from […]
In this interview Ian Bailey recalls the days leading up top the murder Sophie Toscan du Plantier and describes the moment he felt he became the prime suspect in her murder. Sophie was a French television producer who was killed outside her holiday home near Toormore, Schull Co Cork, Ireland, […]
Prof John Lee shared his thoughts in this long conversation about how the media have manipulated covid 19 and stoked fear in the population. So he talks to Niall about the overemphasis on variants and how the lockdowns serve no purpose.
Niall catches up with former UKIP leader and political commentator Nigel Farage and we had a conversation about the woke society, Covid, Boris Johnson, Cancel Culture, The Irish Government and why he was on stage with Donald Trump a few months ago.
June 6 2019 – 75 years since D-Day. Many veterans around the world are being honored for their bravery and sacrifice in the second world war. Niall Boylan spoke to Eva Mozes Kor. Eva was sent to Auschwitz when she was 10 years old. She was liberated in 1945. Eva […]
Niall Boylan spoke to Graham Linehan. Rte was forced to defend its plans to feature Father Ted co-writer Graham Linehan on Prime Time tonight, as part of a report on transgender issues in Ireland. The decision to feature Linehan on the show led to the creation of a petition calling […]
Niall talks to Michael Walsh, who is an American author, media critic, and cultural-political consultant. Michael shares his feelings on Donald Trump, lockdowns and their social and economic effects.
Nick Yarris spent 22 years on death row, much of it in solitary confinement, for a crime he didn’t commit. Nick Yarris faced execution by electric chair after being framed in 1982 for the rape and murder of a woman in his native Pennsylvania. He joined Niall Boylan on Thursday […]