Never-Ending Housing Crisis, White Water Ahoy, Marcus O’Sullivan On The Race That Changed His Life
It’s been a massive week on the World Service so far, and that’s before we’ve even gotten around to this Friday’s post-Liverpool-United Football Show.
In 2018 we spoke to @Aidan_Regan about the causes of, and potential solutions to, the seemingly interminable housing crisis
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We spoke to Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan about the merits or otherwise of the council’s white-water rafting proposals, to the excellent Aidan Regan on the role of international institutional investors in the housing crisis on Ken’s Politics Podcast and to an under-the-radar Irish sporting great in three-time World Indoor 1500m champion, Marcus O’Sullivan on The Game That Changed My Life.
Today's show is a little different – we speak to chief executive of Dublin City Council, Owen Keegan about the controversial proposal to build a white-water rafting facility on George's Dock and why the plans are still alive despite vocal opposition https://t.co/5LX9HLhZPA pic.twitter.com/Yt8SY2FJcn
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Marcus O'Sullivan has had, under the radar, one of the great Irish sporting careers: three World Indoor golds at 1500m, over 100 sub-4-minute miles, and a multi-decade coaching career at American powerhouse Villanova
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