Thoughts on the row over President Trump’s visit to West Clare by Ger Sweeney

The venue for any possible meeting between Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and the US President Donald Trump was the glaring piece of information contained in the announcement on Wednesday that the US President would most likely be visiting Ireland in June.   Since that announcement from the “Irish side” there has not been a whisper of … More Thoughts on the row over President Trump’s visit to West Clare by Ger Sweeney

This Week’s G2 Summit with George Lee and Ger Sweeney

There’s another week in the dust and the lads have a chat about some of the events that had Irish people chatting during it. This week the National Broadband Plan and its €3 billion price tag made the headlines as did Ireland’s declaration of a climate and biodiversity emergency. The return of the hurling and … More This Week’s G2 Summit with George Lee and Ger Sweeney

This Week’s G2 Summit with the 2Gs – George Lee and Ger Sweeney

This week George and Ger discuss a number of stories that had Irish people talking over the past week. Included in this there is mention of the State’s longest ever running murder trial which concluded with a guilty verdict last week. Bodies decomposing in corridors of the mortuary at Waterford University Hospital and the Taoiseach’s … More This Week’s G2 Summit with the 2Gs – George Lee and Ger Sweeney

This Week’s G2 Sumit with George Lee and Ger Sweeney – The 2Gs

Our weekly tongue-in-cheek look at the stories that were engaging us in Ireland over the past week or so as discussed by the 2Gs. This week it is hard to be tongue-in-cheek when we open with the dispicable act of murder in Derry that took the life of Lyra McKee. The murder, the fall-out in … More This Week’s G2 Sumit with George Lee and Ger Sweeney – The 2Gs

How we are taught History in School and what we miss

Some weeks ago during the G2 Summit (that’s the tongue-in-cheek look at the week’s events that George Lee and Ger Sweeney engage in weekly) the teaching of History in schools in Ireland was discussed. In fact that discussion can be heard on the edition of 19th April. The discussion came about because of a news … More How we are taught History in School and what we miss

Another Tongue-in Cheek Look at this week’s stories with the 2Gs

It is important to say that this week’s edition was recorded on Thursday evening before the tragic events in Derry. George and Ger would like to offer condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Lyra McKee, a hugely talented and much loved journalist who was shot dead during a riot in Derry on Thursday … More Another Tongue-in Cheek Look at this week’s stories with the 2Gs

This week’s G2 Summit with the 2 Gs – George Lee chats to Ger Sweeney

In this weeks installment of the G2 Summit the boys look back at some of the stories that had us chatting in Ireland this past week. The wealth of suport for Sean Cox gets a mention as does the FAI and it’s ongoing woes, compensation payments, recycling at Lidl and the retirement of Munster Wing … More This week’s G2 Summit with the 2 Gs – George Lee chats to Ger Sweeney

This Week’s G2 Summit with George Lee and Ger Sweeney

There’s plenty of meat on the bone this week. The 2Gs have their usual tongue-in-cheek look at some of the events in Ireland over the past week. This week we chat about Smokey Coal, the new Director General of the HSE, the Stardust tradgedy, the Birmingham Pub Bombing Inquest, Huawei and Irish Security, ATMs, Garda … More This Week’s G2 Summit with George Lee and Ger Sweeney