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# Audio

Last year
The Explainer x Noteworthy: How are public maintenance works impacting river biodiversity?
Noteworthy’s Anthea Lacchia and An Taisce’s Elaine McGoff tell Susan Daly about how arterial drainage works are changing our waterways.
The Explainer x Noteworthy: What can be done to improve childcare in Ireland?
Noteworthy’s Peter McGuire and Professor Mathias Urban tell Susan Daly about the challenges facing Ireland’s childcare system.
The Explainer: What’s driving the rising prices in Ireland?
Listen in to hear what it has to do with inflation – and what inflation is – on this week’s podcast.
All time
Audio recordings of Mother and Baby Home testimony 'cannot be retrieved', O'Gorman confirms
The minister said the Commission informed him of the latest development today.
'Adding insult to injury': Anger over mother and baby home recordings being destroyed
Survivors say they were not informed their testimony would be destroyed.
Bravo to Super Rugby for finally allowing fans in the stadium to hear the TMO
The supporters at Eden Park could eavesdrop on the chat between the referee and his TMO.
Donald Trump does not want to listen to 'very violent, very vicious' Khashoggi killing tape
Trump says there is “no reason” for him to listen to it.
Yanny or Laurel? What do you hear in the internet's latest mind-melting debate
It’s The Dress 2018.
Last words of R116 crew should not have been released to media, says pilots' group
The last two minutes of the audio was released in the Preliminary Report by the Air Accident Investigation Unit of Ireland (AAIU) on Friday.
Isis leader 'calls for fight to the death' in audio recording
“Do not retreat. Holding your ground with honour is a thousand times easier than retreating in shame.”
"When you're a star, they let you do it" - video emerges of lewd conversation Trump had in 2005
A video has emerged of Donald Trump speaking in lewd and misogynistic terms in relation to a US TV actress.
Looking for some gadgets gifts ideas? Here are some to get you started
Our pick of the best high-end, mid-range and budget devices you can get in different areas.
Music just not sounding right? There's a way to smooth it out
In certain cases, EQ can help improve your audio, but don’t jump in head first.
Google's new idea will let you send links by sound
Although it’s not *that* new an idea – it actually goes back as far as 2011.
Shock in Monaghan as Bose closure sees 140 jobs axed
The company had been manufacturing audio systems in Monaghan since 1978, but will wind down and cease operations in April.
This headset helps the blind navigate the city they're in
The device creates a 3D soundscape to aid its wearer, providing them with context to their surroundings.
Facebook adds audio-recognition to its app to help identify songs and TV shows
The feature will be made available to US users initially, but when activated, it will recognise what song, TV show or film is on in the background.
Prime Time investigation reveals details of fifth baby death at Portlaoise Hospital
Amy Delahunt and Ollie Kelly were told by the hospital that they would have to request the review into the death of their daughter under the Freedom of Information Act.
'Where's the ball gone?': Stunning KCLR commentary of Mount Leinster Rangers triumph
‘To all the begrudgers who didn’t give them a chance!’
Phil Brown labels Pirlo 'homophobic' for not leaving Serie A
Somebody needs to tell the former Hull City boss the correct meaning of the word.
AUDIO: Blackburn fan still believes, breaks down in tears on radio
Steve Kean doesn’t have a lot of friends, but at least he’s got Trev from Lancashire.
Hopes of finding survivors fade, as NZ ambulanceman recounts his shocking experiences (Audio, Video)
Police threaten to arrest “earthquake sightseers”, as an ambulance man recounts his shocking experiences to New Zealand radio.